Valves, Actuators & Pump Control


New solenoid and piston actuated valves

October 2014 Valves, Actuators & Pump Control

Protea Automation Solutions has introduced a new range of Italian-made valves for process and industrial applications. Manufactured by M&M International, the valves offer European quality assurance, performance and durability, while full support and service is afforded by Protea Automation Solutions.

According to Protea Automation Solutions national sales manager, Jerry Smits, the valves complement the company’s popular range of Ashcroft pressure gauges, transmitters and switches, as well as its Fairchild range of pressure regulators, volume boosters and I to P converters. This completes Protea Automation’s pneumatics and process control equipment offering and ensures that designers, engineers and plant owners have a single source of supply for control equipment.

The new range is used in a variety of industries including food, agriculture, energy, railway and automotive. The valves are suitable for materials from gasses to fuels, liquids, steam, powders and chemicals.

For more information contact Jerry Smits, Protea Automation Solutions, +27 (0)11 719 5700, jerry.smits@protea.co.za, www.protea.co.za



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