- Needle Valves
- Float Valves
- Safety Valve
- Industrial Instrumentation
- Manifolds for instrumentation
- Raccordage, irrigation and viscous liquids
What an instrumentation
An instrumentation manifold is a mechanism that unites in a single element installation lines used for protection, isolation, maintenance, venting / purging and calibration of industrial measuring instruments, mainly pressure.
By unifying 2, 3 or 5 valves in a single element, we avoid joint leaks and achieve the applications described in a very small and reliable space.
What an instrument manifold is used for?
Currently, an instrumentation manifold is a standard element or accessory in installations with transmitters or differential pressure instruments to control the fluids that affect this measurement device.
Using an instrumentation manifold we can:
At Zaes, as a manufacturer of hose fittings and a manufacturer of valves for viscous liquids, we manufacture a quality product thanks to our experience of more than 60 years.
Do we need a Manifold at our premises with Measuring instrumentation?
Instrumentation manifolds are very useful for different applications. From industrial machines to large industrial plants. By uniting different fluid lines in a system, instrumentation manifolds achieve more efficient results in terms of costs and energy consumption.
Benefits among which we can find, for example, the following: