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    3" Pneumatic Diaphragm Valve, Sanitary

    Popular 3 inch (DN80) sanitary pneumatic diaphragm valve is suitable for the pharmaceutical, food and beverage and biotechnology industries. Works with an actuator, the weir type diaphragm valve can control of fluid flow precisely.
    SKU: ATO-PDV-80
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    3" (DN80) diaphragm valve for sale online. Weir-type sanitary diaphragm valve is available with a pneumatic actuator, welded connection, and double diaphragm, typically used in the pharmaceutical, food and beverage and biotech industries.


    • Model: ATO-GMG661F/GMG6K61F/GMG6B61F-10RL
    • Size: DN80 (3 inch)
    • With Actuator: Yes
    • Actuator Type: Double Acting/Normally Open/Normally Closed
    • Function: Interception
    • Connection Form: Welding
    • Diaphragm Quantity: Double Diaphragm
    • Drive Mode: Pneumatic
    • Level: Sanitary Level
    • Type (Channel Position): Two-Way
    • Weight: About 30kg

    Dimensions (Unit: mm)

    Pneumatic diaphragm valve dimension

    DN L D d B C
    80 243 76.2 86 225 370


    Pneumatic sanitary diaphragm valves are commonly used in applications that require precise control of fluid flow and hygienic conditions. These valves are frequently found in the pharmaceutical, food and beverage, and biotechnology industries.

    Pneumatic diaphragm valve applications

    Tips: Diaphragm Valve vs. Pinch Valve

    Pinch valves and diaphragm valves are both types of valves that use a flexible component to regulate the flow of fluid or gas, but they operate differently. A diaphragm valve uses a flexible diaphragm to seal off the flow path when the valve is closed, while a pinch valve uses a flexible sleeve or tube that is pinched by two bars to regulate the flow. Pinch valves have a completely unrestricted flow path when the valve is fully open, allowing for high flow rates and minimal pressure drop, and can handle more abrasive and corrosive materials than diaphragm valves. The choice between the two will depend on specific application requirements, such as the type of fluid or gas being processed and the level of abrasiveness or corrosiveness of the materials.

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