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Industries and applications


An explosive atmosphere is defined by a mixture of air and flammable gases, vapors, mists or dusts. In such applications, even a small spark or a hot surface can lead to a fatal explosion. Valves used in potentially explosive atmospheres require approval for intended use in accordance with ATEX Directive 2014/34/EU.

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As a flexible energy carrier, hydrogen plays a key role on the approach to a climate-neutral economy. The gas is used in emission-intensive industrial processes, such as in steel production or the chemical industry, serves as an electricity storage medium by means of electrolysis or as an alternative fuel in combustion engines or fuel cells. Hydrogen technologies pose high demands on the design, quality, safety and material resistance of the system components being used, particularly due to the risk of hydrogen embrittlement and the high explosive properties of the gas

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Water supply

Drinking water is our most essential nutrient and requires responsible and resource-saving treatment in accordance with the strict laws and guidelines of this industry. The management of drinking water is divided into four phases: extraction, use, purification and return of the extracted water. DVGW-certified self-acting valves made of stainless steel or cast iron ensure consistently high quality.

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