The direct-acting rocker solenoid valve type 6106 is designed for use on neutral gaseous mediums. The heat input in the medium is minimal, because the housing is separated from the coil by a stainless steel plate. The valves can be mounted directly or also single or manifold mounted. They are used for dosing, filling, mixing and distributing small quantities of medium.
Thanks to the patented Burkert flipper technology, the direct-acting Type 6124 solenoid valve is unique. It combines fast, precise switching behaviour with reliable media separation, and the design eliminates heat transfer between fluid and coil. FKM and PEEK allows the use of neutral and slightly aggressive fluids. The optional impulse model works with the smallest energy requirement, and is therefore especially suitable for battery operation; the heat transfer to the medium is negligible for this model. A minimal dead volume and gap-free internal design make it possible to use it in medical, analytical and laboratory technology
The direct-acting rocker solenoid valve, Type 6126, is suitable for general applications in which compressed air, gases or slightly contaminated liquids are to be switched. The medium is in contact exclusively with the housing material and the FKM seals. The heat input in the medium is minimal, because the housing is separated from the coil by a stainless steel plate. The valves can be mounted directly or also single or manifold mounted. They are used for dosing, filling, mixing and distributing small quantities of medium.
Type 6144 is a direct-action 3/2-way solenoid valve designed for neutral gases and liquids. Through the movement between the 2 end positions, the switching element (flipper) seals one of the two opposing valve seats and connects the other to the working port. This movement is caused by the solenoids magnetic field pushing a permanent magnet that is fixed to the flipper element. In addition to its exceptional performance characteristics, the flipper principle is especially marked by its very low switching noise and its low wear level. Further more, integrated medium separation enables use above and beyond pneumatic applications. Depending on the case of operation, various flange connections are available that are suitable for both individual and block mounting. Installation advice: The valve must have a minimum distance of 5 mm from other ferromagnetic materials in order to avoid malfunctioning during operating conditions.
Customer specific applications are becoming more complex. Size, fluidic performance, low power consumption and cost efficiency are critical criteria. Therefore the demands on the components used are increasing. Type 6164 was developed with the goal, to simplify pneumatic control with optimum integration of a pilot valve in block and plastic moulding parts. Thus, making a more compact design possible. This valve sets new standards with its uncompromising reliability, above average life cycle span and excellent fluidic characteristics. Various certifications and conformities make the use of the valve in medical applications such as media multiplexers in dental technology and oxygen control in respirators possible.
Thanks to the patented Burkert flipper technology, the direct-acting Type 6604 solenoid valve is unique. It combines fast, precise switching behaviour with reliable media separation, and the design eliminates heat transfer between fluid and coil. The use of high quality materials makes it possible to also use it where high chemical resistance is required. The optional impulse model works with the smallest energy requirement, and is therefore especially suitable for battery operation; the heat transfer to the medium is negligible for this model. A minimal dead volume and gap-free internal design make it possible to use it in medical, analytical and laboratory technology.
The direct-acting rocker solenoid valves with isolating diaphragm of Type 6606 (2/2- and 3/2–way) are high quality valves for analytical technology. They have minimal dead volume and internal volume with few crevices making them easy to flush out. The fluid only comes into contact with the body material and the FFKM seal. The heat transfer to the medium is minimal. The fluid path is isolated from the coil by a stainless steel plate. The valves are ideal for dosing, filling, mixing and distributing of small quantities of fluid for medical, analytical and laboratory applications.
Type 6624 combines the reliable and successful Rocker principle with a highly innovative new actuator. The Burkert TwinPower concept of this actuator reduces the size greatly without loss in performance. Hence the 10 mm wide medium isolated rocker valve, 6624, with a 1.6 mm orifice and a pressure resistance of 2 bar, provides the same performance as a traditional 16 mm valve. In addition, the integrated power reduction decreases the energy consumption by 75%. In combination with other design features the heat transfer into the medium can be reduced to a minimum. In the design of the 6624, the main benefits lie in its excellent cleanability and a high reliability. By using high performance materials the 6624 suits the handling of aggressive medium perfectly. The valve is available in a 2-way and 3-way version.
Direct acting medium separated 2/2 and 3/2 way Rocker Solenoid Valve for control of aggressive fluids and gases in analytical medical applications, the food industry, and also the chemical industry for dosing, filling, mixing and distribution. The medium is in contact with fluid housing and seal material solely through the isolating diaphragm. This valve with the new TwinPoweractuator, robust screw-in connection and 22 mm installation width, will fulfil the highest requirements. The established rocker solenoid technology is characterized through full back pressure tightness, good rinsing capability and low internal volume. Type 6628 is available in different technical versions and by virtue of several body options, it offers a perfect adaption in fluid applications.
With a width of only 4.5mm, Type 6650 sets a new standard in medium isolation miniature solenoid valves. The optimized design enables reproducible and precise dosing, good rinsing capability and is suitable for the application of aggressive chemicals owing to the high quality of the materials used. With the two nominal sizes of 0.4 and 0.8mm, as well as the selection between 2/2-way and 3/2-way function, it is ideal for applications where the highest fluid performances are required in the smallest space. Type 6650 opens up new possibilities, owing to the 4.5mm station width, in particular in connection with dosing in 384-well microtiterplates. Based on the well-known flipper principle (Type 0330) it is tied to the success history of the legendary Type 127.
Fluidic “point-of-care” applications, such as dialysis or artificial respiration, and “point-of-use” applications, such as at pipetting arms in biological analysis, present special requirements. The new, media-separated Whisper Valve Type 6712 was developed for precisely these applications. It sets new benchmarks particularly with low switching noise and excellent cleanability. However, the Type 6712 is also the first choice in industrial applications, such as inkjet printers, thanks to its long service life and excellent switching dynamics. The valve’s modular design and available material variants means that it can be used with practically all liquids and gases in the fields of life sciences and industrial applications. This is a valve that combines dosing accuracy and cleanability.
Many fluidic processes moving closer to where they are actually required. In the field of medical devices, for example, treatments such as dialysis can be provided to patients in convenient surroundings at home. Washing units in analytical equipment are positioned on the pipetting arm or directly on the print head in printing applications. This imposes different requirements on the components used. Solenoid valves must be able to switch without being heard. They need to be smaller and lighter to be used in mobile devices. However, their ability to achieve a long service life and excellent switching characteristics is every bit as important. The Whisper Valve Type 6724 combines all of these traits and, thanks to its modular structure and range of available material variants, this valve is universally applicable.
The Burkert series 7604 is a unique, selfpriming, adjustable, diaphragm pump with a long service life and quiet operation that is ideally qualified for aggressive media. The pump is perfectly suited for continuous liquid low flow applications. Variations in flow rate are achieved by simply varying the frequency input. With a maximum frequency input of about 40 Hz, the fluid flows virtually pulsation free. Perfluorelastomer seals and a PEEK body are the only wetted parts, allowing the pump to be used for a wide range of aggressive fluids, organic and inorganic solvents and other difficult to handle media. The compact design (only 11 mm wide) allows for ease of mounting with standard bodies designed for surface mount (manifold) or tube connections. The low power consumption allows the device to be easily incorporated into mobile devices, and virtually eliminates any heat transfer passed from the actuator to the fluid. „Manufactured by Burkert“ ensures the user the same high quality products and proven reliability they have depended on in today’s innovative market.
Bürkert’s Micro Dosing Unit has been designed for precise dosing applications in the microliter range. It combines high dosing accuracy and precision with excellent chemical inertness. The unit is comprised of three valves which can be opened simultaneously for flushing. Active inlet and outlet valves enable the device to pump liquid in two directions. This feature can be used to mix fluids inside a tube or channel or to constantly keep them in motion. Reagents can be sucked back from the dispensing tip to prevent drying out after dosing. The integrated heating function heats up the valves and the medium, and the unit comes with dry running capabilities.