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Swirl valve CEV KPS is a removable version of the swirl valve CEV.
The CEV KPS type consists of the whirl chamber with coupling piece, a rod (for an easy and clean installation and
and disassembly of the swirl valve) and a mounting plate with a wedge-shaped coupling.
This allows inspection, service or changes to the flow rate of the swirl valve to take place under ideal hygienic and working conditions.
The type CEV KPS is used where simple inspection/cleaning and easy access to the swirl valve is required.
Other capacities on request.
CE marking of the heart of stormwater management
The CEV power regulators are CE marked
Our factory has been documenting the performance, reliability and quality of its products for years. This has now resulted in the acquisition of an ETA, based on previous efforts related to the European Technology Verification program, which now allows CEV power regulators to be CE marked.
In an increasingly chaotic market where performance is primarily based on suppliers' self-declarations, the CE marking of CEV power regulators allows customers to specify a product with documented performance.
For more than 50 years we have been working on flow controllers designed for situations where stormwater management is required to protect the sewage system and keep it reliable. In recent years, customers from all over the world have become increasingly interested in products with documented performance and quality. The flow controller is at the heart of any sewage system planning and if it does not perform as specified the entire system will fail. Most schemes build on standardizing the production process, not product capabilities. The establishment of the European Environmental Technology Verification Scheme has made it possible to document performance and it is applicable across the EU and potentially worldwide.
In 2015, after a thorough testing process, our factory received the European Environmental Technology Verification of its CEV power controllers. In 2018 they decided to take the next step towards an ETA. An ETA allows at European Union level to technically specify the performance of a CEV power regulator for those characteristics relevant to its intended use. In addition, the ETA forms the basis for the subsequent CE marking in 2019.
ETA has guided them through the rigorous process, from European environmental technology verification to ETA and now CE marking.