Piston valve SWcip4
pneumatically-operatedshut-offmix-proof

piston valve
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Characteristics

Type
piston
Operation
pneumatically-operated
Function
mix-proof, shut-off
Media
for liquid food products and beverages, for chemical products
Body
stainless steel
Other characteristics
with butt weld ends
Temperature

140 °C (284 °F)

Pressure

10 bar (145 psi)

DN

Min.: 25 mm (0.984 in)

Max.: 150 mm (5.906 in)

Description

The SWcip4 valve is a double seal valve designed especially for CIP applications. The valve replaces old-fashioned block and bleed concepts based on three butterfly valves or double butterfly valves. With two serial seat seals and a separation cavity, this double seal valve ensures that intermixing of CIP media is avoided. This valve helps to increase product safety demands in CIP systems. The SWcip4 series double seal valve is just right for isolation between your CIP media tank and the CIP supply and CIP return line. Built on the principles of the SW4 and SD4 valves. Advantages Profile seals that eliminate gaps and ease ordering of spares due to ID-numbering Mix proof separation of CIP media Easy to maintain due to low weight, few seals and maintenance-free actuator Reduced maintenance costs due to the metallic stop and longer lasting seals Flexible design due to interchangeable actuators to handle different product pressures The SWcip4 valve is used for the safe separation of CIP liquids at cross-over points of piping in CIP stations. Separation is provided by two seat seals. A leakage chamber which is forcibly closed by a leakage valve or open to the atmosphere is located between the seals. Leakage at the seat seals is indicated and discharged to the atmosphere by the leakage valve. Callouts: Control unit Pneumatic actuator Clamp closure Seat seals Leakage discharge valve

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