Gestra RK86E Wafer pattern check valve
RK86AE Wafer pattern check valve Comes with a Chromium Steel Body, Stainless Steel Disc, EPDM Seat & a 700mbar Spring
The high-quality product range of GESTRA check valves is precisely tailored to suit customer requirements. The valves are manufactured from a great variety of materials to suit each particular application, and the individual components are perfectly harmonised with one another. Individual, special materials can also be produced.
What is a wafer pattern check valve?
GESTRA wafer pattern check valves or wafer pattern check valves as they are sometimes know, are wafer-type valves with a short overall length. They have considerable structural and hydrodynamic advantages over conventional valves:
- Compact design
- Low weight
- Any installation position
- Low installation costs
- Large choice of materials
- Space-saving storage
- Reliable operation of industrial systems
- Minimal pressure losses
A specialist supplier of pipeline equipment, valves, actuators, assemblies and controls. If your project requires a complete flow control system, Flow Control Solutions can also offer an assembly and test service for your peace of mind. We understand your requirements for valve automation and valve assemblies and believe that we have the right solution for you.
Flow Control Solutions Ltd is accredited to ISO9001-2015, this ensures the highest standard of service and supply. As a registered company within the BVAA our customers can be confident that we are constantly evolving with technical advances and conforming to new legislation.
The industrial age had just started when Gustav Friedrich Gerdts founded his enterprise on Oct. 29, 1902. He started as a young unknown person without any financial resources, but he had a lot of new ideas.
Gustav Friedrich Gerdts decided that the aims of his new company must be:
- Optimisation of steam and energy saving in industry
- Increase of operational reliability
- Efficient condensate discharge
Aims which enjoy highest priority even today, over 100 years later.