From its beginnings in 1966, Kammer valves have been engineered and manufactured for specific answers to tough applications. Although, more than half of all Kammer valves are custom designed, custom applications often do not require additional time or cost due to the versatility and interchangeability of the Kammer design.
Overall, Kammer valves are designed to handle a wide range of service conditions: pressures from vacuum to 4000 bar and temperatures from minus 269 degrees C to plus 400 degrees C. Body materials include all common stainless steels, in addition to plastics and exotic alloys.
Kammer valves are also applicable in applications that require zero stem leakage. When equipped with bellows seals, Kammer valves reliably eliminate the threat of fugitive emissions or toxic/corrosive leakage.
- Extreme low flow valves - Cv of 0.000001
- Zero stem leakage - bellow seal
- Plastic valves
- Tank bottom valves
- Cool Alloys