GEA valves and components for industrial refrigeration: Highly effective and economical solutions from a versatile program.

Suitable for use with natural refrigerants, non-corrosive gases and liquids, and cooling brine. These valves and components are perfectly designed, developed, and manufactured in accordance with your specifications. 

Certified by the following internationally recognized classification authorities:

  • German Technical Inspection Agencies (TÜV)
  • Lloyd’s Register of Shipping (LRS)
  • Bureau Veritas Certification (BV)
  • Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RS)
  • Urzad Dozoru Technicznego (UDT)
  • NIPPON KAIJI KYOKAI (ClassNK)
  • Rostechnadsor (RTN)
  • Gossudarstwenny Standart (GOST)
  • Germanischer Lloyd (GL)
  • Det Norske Veritas (DNV)

GEA’s regulating valves type HRAR and HRAB are regulating and shut-off devices activated by a hand wheel.

Automatically activated locking units opened by the pressure exerted by the working medium upon the valve plate.

Valves with stem-sealing screwed-in bush and stem-sealing metal bellows.

Reverse-acting bursting discs.

Dual safety valves

UVA Overflow Valves dependent on back pressure, spring loaded. UVR/UVRK Overflow Valves fitted with a PTFE back.

Oil pressure regulating valves

Strainer

Quick closing valves

Thermostatic 3-way valves

Filter driers and strainers to protect refrigeration systems from moisture, dirt, acids, oil decomposition products and sludge sediments.

Suction filter - combinations

Valves with a stop function.

Flow indicators and sight glasses to ensure continuous monitoring of the liquid levels in the system.

Fittings

Product identity code

Oil filters clean the oil off dirt in the refrigeration circuit.

Safety Valves, type SVA & SVU, dependent on back pressure, spring-loaded.

Valves with stem-sealing screwed-in bush and stem-sealing metal bellows.

Valves with stem-sealing screwed-in bush and stem-sealing metal bellows.

Valves for the suction side of the refrigerating circuit to protect the compressor from soiling by filtering dirt.

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