Type 2106 Pneumatically Operated 3/2-Way Seat Valve Element

Brand: Burkert Fluid Control Systems
Does not ship to United States

The Bürkert 3/2 way seat valve, Type 2106, consists of a pneumatically operated ELEMENT actuator and a 3 way stainless steel valve body. Interchanging of pressure and service ports enables different fluidic circuit functions, such as the mixing or distributing of mediums. The flow-optimized valve body of Type 2106 allows excellent flow rates.

The tried and tested self-adjusting gland secures a high level of tightness and thus ensures reliable operation over years.

The design of the 3/2 way valve, Type 2106, offers all the advantages of a modern, decentralized automation: The directly connected control head and actuator provide a compact and smooth design, integrated pneumatic lines, protection class IP65/67, NEMA Type 4X, and a high chemical resistance.

An optionally integrated fieldbus interface through to an explosion-proof automation units are further advantages of the 3 way shut-off valve. For the user, the compact Type 2106 is thus often an economical alternative to two single valves.
  • For mixing or distributing of mediums
  • Decentralized automation with control head
  • Flow optimized body in stainless steel
  • Long service life and maintenance-free operation
  • Control Head is connected w/o external tubing


Environmental Protection

  • IP65/IP67
  • NEMA Type 4X

Enclosure/Body Material

  • Body: Cast 316L Stainless Steel

Material of Construction

  • Actuator: PPS
  • Cover: Stainless Steel 1.4561 (316Ti)
  • Seal: PTFE
  • Spindle Packing: PTFE Seal with Spring Compensation


  • Water, Alcohols, Oils, Fuels, Hydraulic Fluid, Salt Solutions,Aalkalis, Organic Solvents, Steam

Ambient Temperature

  • -10° to 100° C

Medium Temperature

  • -10° to 185° C

Certifications & Approvals

  • EGV
  • FDA

Port Connection

  • Threaded

Nominal Pressure

  • PN 16 (Body)

Nominal Diameter

  • DN 15 - 50

Pilot Pressure

  • Maximum 10 bar, Actuator Size 130 mm, 7 bar

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