Spread the love

Sanitary butterfly valves, whether manually or automatically actuated, can be used in most liquid product applications in the food-processing, pharmaceutical and chemical industries.

Operating principle

The butterfly valve can be operated automatically through an actuator or manually with a handle.
The handle blocks the valve in the “open” or “closed” position, although there are also other models with intermediate positions.
The actuator transforms the axial movement of the piston into a 90º rotary movement which it transmits to the disc.

Design and features

Compact and robust design.
Multi-position handle as standard feature for valves up to DN-100/4″.
Two-position handle as standard feature for valves starting from DN-100/4″.
Several models of easily interchangeable manual handles and pneumatic or electric actuators.
Low pressure losses.
Body halves interchangeable with any connection type.
Connections: DIN 11850.
Traceability of components.


Disc and body halves: AISI 316L (forged)
Handle: AISI 304 / PP
Other st.st. parts: AISI 304
Gasket: EPDM according to FDA 177.2600
Internal surface finish: Ra ≤ 0,8 µm
External surface finish: Machined


Valve in AISI 304.
Gaskets: NBR, VMQ or FPM.
Connections: Clamp, SMS, RJT, FIL-IDF, etc.
Two sizes for multi-position handle.
Handles: two-position, lever, micrometric, with safety lock, etc.
Electric actuator or single- or double-acting actuator, the size is determined by the operating torque of the valve.
Electro-pneumatic positioner.
Inductive position sensors.
C-TOP control unit (inductive position sensors or microswitches).
ATEX version available.

Open chat
Need Help ?
Hello 👋
Can we help you?