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1921
Turbine valves for up to 33 atmospheres

Under high pressure

It is not only one but three male models that have to stand still for the photographer in order to demonstrate the size of the valve.

It is not only one but three male models that have to stand still for the photographer in order to demonstrate the size of the valve.

It is not without pride that Bopp & Reuther presents its high-pressure turbine valve. The valve made of steel casting was offered with an electric or manual actuator and is resistant to an operating pressure of 33 atmospheres.

About more than half a century later, in 1978, the atmosphere (atm) unit is replaced by the bar unit. One atmosphere corresponds to 1.01325 bar.

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