GEA launches new valves for improved safety

GEA has introduced the mixproof double-seat valve Type MX to its VARIVENT family, which presents improved course of safety in the food, beverage, dairy and pharmaceutical industries.
GEA has designed the VARIVENT MX with elements that hold merchandise from mixing with the cleaning liquid, even under distinctive masses. – Image: GEA
Manufacturers of meals and other hygienically processed products face the challenge of sustaining reproducible processes in order that their merchandise have the looks, style, and consistency that customers anticipate.
GEA has designed the VARIVENT MX with components that maintain merchandise from mixing with the cleaning liquid, even under distinctive masses. The cavity chamber is fitted with a vacuum self-drainage system and balancers on both valve discs. For most physical safety, GEA makes use of the Venturi effect which is created by the particular form of the move channels, causing a vacuum on the other seal throughout lifting, stopping pressure increases. As a result, no cleansing liquid can enter the alternative pipe carrying the product whereas a valve seat is being lifted or cleaned, even if a seal is flawed.
When Index are set up and adjusted in a short time, there’s a higher danger of overpressure throughout operation. The valve discs should keep in place when water hammer occurs, and the valve should remain closed. For this purpose, GEA has equipped the valve discs in both pipelines with balancers – pressure compensators. This makes the closed valve immune to water hammer as a lot as 50 bar within the upper and lower pipelines. Fail-proof has an integrated balancer cleansing system. It ensures that the balancer is completely flushed from the surface throughout seat lifting simultaneously cleaning-in-place is going down. All surfaces in contact with the product may be cleaned without any extra components defending the product from contamination.

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