BMG’s strategy to enhance its fluid technology services to meet growing market demand, encompasses the introduction of new products, with the latest developments in design technologies, materials and coatings.
The company’s expansion programme in the fluid technology sector also involves increasing stockholdings through more than 150 BMG branches and a wide distribution network in South Africa and across borders into Swaziland, Zambia, Botswana, DRC, Ghana, Mozambique, Namibia and Tanzania.
“BMG boosts its fluid technology services with dependable technical support to ensure optimum safety, efficiency and extended service life of every system, even in corrosive environments. With broad technical capabilities, the team is able to solve problems in applications where conventional components have failed after short periods of service,” says Willie Lamprecht, product manager, industrial valves, BMG. “BMG’s fluid technology services also cover project engineering and consulting, cylinder design and manufacture, training, repair and testing, as well as onsite container services.”
The company’s extensive range of components for fluid technology systems and general industrial applications encompasses valves, hydraulic hoses and fittings, accumulators, cylinders, heat exchangers, pneumatics, hydraulic motors and hydraulic plumbing, as well as pumps and reservoir accessories.
BMG’s range of FPV valves includes open frame pinch valves, designed for enhanced operating efficiency and extended service life in diverse sectors. These valves are particularly well suited for the control and isolation of abrasive slurries.
Open frame pinch valves have been developed on the successful design of BMG KLEP’s patented FPV diaphragm valves. FPV diaphragm and pinch valves, which are 100% locally manufactured, are available in many different materials, with various pressure ratings, to meet exact requirements.
This range is available with various linings – for example, soft rubber, hard rubber, Butyl rubber, Halar and jumbo rubber. The lining and diaphragm design increases the life span of the valve due to high abrasion resistance and chemical resistance properties of individual linings and diaphragms.
Pinch valves – with a design where the sleeve is pinched to close mechanically or automatically – are ideal for pumping or the transfer of liquids, powders, solids and abrasives.
BMG’s range of pinch valves is available with a short and long frame design, in sizes between DN50 and DN600, with special face to face dimensions and larger sizes on request. The body is made from cast steel, but stainless steel is also available for specific applications. These valves have manual, gearbox, pneumatic and hydraulic actuation.
The company supports its extensive range of industrial valves with a technical back-up service to ensure optimum efficiency and extended service life of every valve. BMG also offers a total process and lubrication management solution, to meet exact market demand.
For further information
Willie Lamprecht, Product Manager, Industrial Valves, BMG
Mobile: +27 72 326 4832
Tel: +27 11 620 1581
Fax: +27 86 639 5680