MARK968 Pressure-Reduction Valve

MARK968 is a sanitary gas control valve for the biopharmaceutical, pharmaceutical and food industries. The large diaphragm and handle activation gives MARK968 a greater sensitivity compared to smaller diaphragm pressure regulators, which is important since MARK968 often operates at very low pressures. This particular actuation improves valve accuracy and shut-off - two important benefits for this type of regulator. Thanks to the SST design, the FDA-approved gaskets and the triclamp connections, this valve is particularly suitable for sanitary applications and environments.
  • MARK968 is the ideal valve for gas regulation at low pressures in sanitary applications
  • Greater sensitivity compared to smaller diaphragm pressure regulators
  • Works at very low pressures
  • Improved accuracy and shut-off
  • SST construction
  • FDA approved packages
  • Triclamp
Product Number:STERIFLOW_MARK968

Steriflow Valve is a leading manufacturer and supplier of, among other things, pressure regulators, control valves and steam traps.

Steriflow has been producing valves for the pharmaceutical industry all over the world since 1988 and has a wide range of valve types for many tasks with regulation of WFI, clean steam, gases, etc.
Max pressure
10 bar
Min. pressure
0 bar
Surface roughness
Down to Ra <0.4 µm
DN20 - DN25


This pressure-reduction valve can be delivered with a documentation package that i.a. contains the following certificates. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

USP Class VI

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The pressure-reduction valve from Steriflow is available in several different variants. Feel free to contact us for help in choosing the right pressure-reduction valve.
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