SAMSON PFEIFFER supplies valves for climate protection

Using intelligent valve construction to drive environmentally friendly hydrogen production – under this heading, production at SAMSON PFEIFFER is running at full speed. “Deliveries of automated shut-off valves leave our factory almost every week,” says Tim van Stiphout, head of the project department at PFEIFFER Chemie-Armaturenbau GmbH. The mechanical engineer and his colleague Georg Menzel coordinate the ball valve project consisting of lined valves with PTFE and PFA bodies at Hooghe Weg 41.
These are preferably PFEIFFER parts from the established 20b series. The tight-closing ball valve, which the company manufactures in different variants promptly, reliably, and in the desired quantity, is used in piping systems – also for aggressive media. The advantages of the premium product from the Lower Rhine region come into their own, especially in the case of high requirements in chemical plants, as necessitated by an energetic element such as hydrogen.
SAMSON PFEIFFER supplies companies in the field of electrolysis plants. The focus is on a clean energy supply with green hydrogen on an industrial scale as an essential building block for climate protection. PFEIFFER develops and supplies the valves for this innovative future technology in close cooperation with its parent company SAMSON (Frankfurt). SAMSON PFEIFFER has the expertise required for the demanding applications in the H₂ segment. The Gulf region plays a key role in this context. SAMSON PFEIFFER also supplies its technology for hydrogen plants there. Green hydrogen is to be produced in the Persian Gulf on the basis of renewable energy sources. This will also require control and shut-off valves from Kempen and Frankfurt. Production at PFEIFFER and SAMSON is accordingly running at full speed.

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