Piston valves for CO2 purification and liquefication

KLINGER KVN piston valve at Lito Gonella: Fluid: liquid and gaseous carbon dioxide; Temperature: -30 °C / -22 °F; and Pressure: 27 BarG (overpressure).
High reliability and high degrees of tightness were required in a delicate project in South America. KLINGER Brazil and KLINGER Argentina teamed up to deliver a valuable collaboration.
KLINGER Argentina has a long history as a leader in fluid control for the South American market. In the early 1970s, KLINGER began in-house factory production of rubber-bound compressed sheets. This early success led to expansion in the following decades, and the product offerings increased to also include materials for gaskets, level indicators, and piston valves. Key to customer satisfaction in this region has been its domestic production, which ensures shorter lead times and closer contact with end users.

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