Schubert & Salzer tests control and on-off valves

Schubert & Salzer Control Systems is expanding its array of testing options for its high-performance industrial valves, which find applications in food processing and beverage bottling. The company’s latest innovation, a cutting-edge steam test bench, opens up new avenues for product testing that surpasses industry standards.

With the installation of the new steam test bench, Schubert & Salzer now possesses the capability to conduct more comprehensive and rigorous tests on various valve types and electronic components at its headquarters and production site in Ingolstadt, Germany. This advancement enables thorough assessments of critical valve properties like speed, precision, and leak-tightness under real-world conditions, fostering continuous improvement in product quality.

The steam test bench’s steam boiler, capable of producing up to 400 kilograms of saturated steam per hour, facilitates long-term and thermal load tests within the company premises. This development empowers industrial clients to benefit from more tailored and application-specific tests, as well as practical training sessions that can simulate real-world scenarios effectively.

Integrated into a state-of-the-art power station featuring a combined heat and power plant, the steam test bench aligns seamlessly with Schubert & Salzer’s sustainability objectives. This configuration ensures the supply of green electricity and thermal energy to the entire works site in Ingolstadt, underscoring the company’s commitment to environmental responsibility and operational efficiency.

The introduction of the steam test bench represents a significant investment by Schubert & Salzer Control Systems to enhance testing capabilities and deliver even greater value to industrial clients. With this latest addition, the company reaffirms its dedication to innovation, quality, and customer satisfaction in the realm of industrial valves.

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