Slurry Knife Gate Valve

GMA

The GMA model is the long pattern face to face FCA slurry knife gate valve design. Its double-seated design offers a bidirectional shut-off. These seats or rubber sleeves are provided with an internal metal core.

While the valve remains in an open position the two rubber sleeves made of wear-resistant material are in contact with each other providing a sleeve pattern, thus preventing any contact between the fluid and the body of the valve.

The GMA is a full flange type valve suitable to install between flanges or at the end of a line. It may be drilled acc. to ANSI 150 or DIN PN10. It is provided with a knife type gate in stainless steel which is polished on both sides with round-shaped edges for longer lasting of seats and packing elements.

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Design Standard

ANSI / DIN

Pressure

Up to 10bar.

Sizes

DN50/2'' to DN1200/48''

Sectors Mineral Processing Minerals Others Pulp and Paper Steel Industry

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