Valve Technology/Fluid Control

is presented by

“The valve of the future will also start ordering its own spare parts, including scheduling the service technician’s visit.” — Frank Hils 

Since the end of 2013 managing director of Bürkert GmbH Vertriebsgesellschaft
Industrial engineer with over 20 years of experience in measurement and automation technology
Already in 2004, he gained experience as the head of the system and solution business of a measuring device manufacturer (Bürkert)
Interview Milestone Valve Technology/Fluid Control

Lateral Thinking — with a Systematic Approach: The Valve of The Future Wants (and Will) Have a Say

2005: IP 65/67, Ex-proof valve island: Intrinsically safe valve islands from Bürkert can be installed with high-performance I/O systems in ATEX-certified control cabinets close to the process. (Bürkert)
Milestones in Valve Technology/Fluid Control

More than Solenoid Valves: Bürkert Keeps Processes Flowing

Robust and internationally approved: Solenoid valves in numerous variants for use in potentially explosive atmospheres and with flexible connection options. (Bürkert)
Control and Automation

Solenoid Valves for Potentially Explosive Atmospheres