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Burkert Fluid Control Systems

Fluid Control Centre
1 Bridge End
Cirencester
Gloucestershire
GL7 1QY
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01285 648720
Fax : 01285 648721
Email : helen.christopher@burkert.com
Web : www.burkert.co.uk


Editorial archive;

Electromotive control valves contribute to process optimisation 29/03/2016
With its Type 3360/3361 electromotive seat valves, Bürkert believes it is now able to offer a process control valve that sets new standards with respect to performance, reliability and cost-effectiveness.  Full Story...

Electromotive process control valves 05/01/2016
Electromotive actuators can offer a variety of opportunities for process optimisation. Bürkert’s Type 3360/3361 electromotive seat valves are suited to use in applications with stringent requirements for control accuracy and process stability, as well as applications in which operation without a compressed air system is advantageous. Full Story...

Industry first: In-line flowmeter employs SAW-based technology 12/08/2014
Presented for the first time at Hannover Fair this year, Bürkert is now preparing for the launch of its new FLOWave series of in-line flowmeters which, uniquely in flow applications, employ surface acoustic wave (SAW) technology. Suzanne Gill reports. Full Story...

Transmitter/controller escapes from the panel 29/07/2014
Bürkert's type 8619 multiCELL transmitter/controller is now available in a new housing version and optional 110/230 VAC supply. Full Story...

Control signals – which to choose? 04/03/2014
As process control systems continue to advance and the use of complicated networked solutions develops, is there still a requirement for the simple analogue signal?  Chris Hoey of Bürkert, offers an insight into selection of control signals to produce the optimum process control system. Full Story...

Retrofit control head enables automation of most process valves 09/07/2013
The advantages of using decentralised process control techniques are well known. However, the cost of installing a new set of intelligent valves in a production line can be prohibitive. Bürkert believes that the answer for many process applications can be provided by its 8681 universal control head which is available with a retrofit kit. Full Story...

Accurate alternative to conventional variable area flowmeters 22/01/2013
Where cost is a major consideration, and high accuracy not always required, variable-area flowmeters are generally specified in process applications. Burkert believes it is now able to meet the need for a competitively priced and accurate flowmeter, offering an alternative to conventional rotameters with the Type 8032 inline paddlewheel flow indicator / transmitter / switch. Full Story...

Pneumatic solution to brings control closer to the process in food application 23/10/2012
The AirLINE Quick valve island solution from Bürkert has helped to reduce installation costs, improve operating integrity and deliver ongoing economies in the control of up to 2000 pneumatic process components operating on a new dessert and yoghurt line installed by FrieslandCampina at a plant in Germany. Full Story...

Flow control advances 20/03/2012
Suzanne Gill takes a look at some of the latest technology developments in the area of flow control and, importantly finds out more about the benefits being offered by new valves and actuators being introduced to the market. Full Story...

A single unit for flow, pH, temperature and conductivity 05/07/2011
Bürkert’s new type 8619 multiCELL transmitter/controllers are designed to cut processing costs in water treatment and hygienic processing applications, providing a single device for the direct connection of a range of sensors to measure parameters such as flow rate, pH, ORP, temperature and conductivity. Full Story...

A single unit for the measurement of flow, pH, temperature and conductivity 19/04/2011
Burkert’s type 8619 multiCELL transmitter/controller is designed to cut processing costs in water treatment and hygienic processing applications, providing one device for the direct connection of a wide range of sensors to measure parameters such as flow rate, pH, ORP, temperature and conductivity. Full Story...

Mersen overhauls process control with Burkert 17/08/2010
Mersen has chosen Burkert to provide process control for its new Moulding Station and Effluent Treatment plant at its production facility at Eurocentral in Scotland. The Burkert system handles level and flow monitoring, fluid control and process actuation. Full Story...

At Hannover Messe, Bürkert presents its latest positioner and process controller 01/05/2009
The SideControl 8792 positioner’s strength, says Sebastian Kundel, is that offers excellent control accuracy combined with outstanding dynamic properties. Full Story...

New age paddlewheel 31/03/2008
Designed for cooling systems in plastics processing or die-casting machines, printing presses, industrial lasers, grinders or in water treatment plants, the sensor handles flow rates from 0.5 to 80 m3/h with media temperatures 0 to 100ºC in nominal pipe diameters from 6 to 65 millimetres. Full Story...