Join us on Social Media PLUG VALVE FOR DOUBLE BLOCK & BLEED & INSPECTION-SERVICE Type DBI The AZ-Armaturen double block and bleed valve is a plug valve with two independent sealing areas which provide a tight seal against pressure from both ends of the valve. Additionally, the cavity between the sealing areas can be vented/bleeded (DBI Type A) in order to recognise a leakage on one sealing immediately. The AZ-Armaturen double block and bleed valves are used in critical applications where any kind of leakage is not allowed to occur. Furthermore, the valve can be fitted upstream and/or downstream with additional inspection valves (Type B & C). This provides the advantage of inspection capabilities of the medium and draining possibilities for revision-service. The AZ-Armaturen double block and bleed valve can be operated manually or fully actuated. AZ-ARMATUREN SOUTH AFRICA PTY LTD Telephone: +27 11 397 3665 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org http://southafrica.az-armaturen.de AZ-Armaturen South Africa will be closing for the festive season on 22 December 2016 and we will be returning 03 January 2017. We thank you for your support throughout the year and wish you and your family happy holidays.
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