Have you ever given some thought to replacing your pneumatically-powered control valves by ones
with electrical actuation? Our actuator type 2030 now has new features which make a change-over
all the more interesting. Please read more about it below.

In many applications, valves have to perform under severest conditions and need to be
operated properly if they are to carry out their important role reliably. We’ll show you what this
involves either in our Training Centre at our Ingolstadt headquarters or even on your own premises.

It is “Wies’n” in southern Germany. At Munich’s Oktoberfest Schubert & Salzer valves are maintaining
a constant flow of beer. Please find our application report of the Paulaner brewery below.

So here we go: “Ozapft is!”

Sincerely yours

Dr. Rainer Lange

*O’zaft is: Bavarian expression, meaning ‘it’s tapped’. At noon on the first day of Oktoberfest, the
Mayor of Munich traditionally taps the first keg of beer, exclaiming the above phrase, which marks
the official opening of the festival.

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Extended features for the 2030 motorised actuator
Our new 2030 motorised actuator is versatile already in the many ways it can be used. It can be linked up not only with sliding gate valves but also with flange valves and 3/2-way valves in stainless steel. It has proved itself with its high resolution, speed and repeatability. Building on this success, we have added new features to the motor which are available in addition to the current options, such as two additional stroke limit switches or the BT-1 Bluetooth module.

From now on, the fail-safe function will extend the range of performance. This is done by storing so much energy by means of capacitors that, in the event of a power failure, the valve will return to a defined safe position.
Motorvalve 8038
Motorvalve 7332
Motorvalve 7382

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Since 2010, leading festival tent operators have converted to central beer supply systems at the Munich Oktoberfest. The pressure conditions prevailing at the bars and taps should be kept nearly constant at all times for trouble-free drawing despite changing pressure heads in the tanks and widely fluctuating beer sales. This is now achieved through the highly precise automatic control of the CO2 pressure head using the 6020 aseptic right-angle valve from Schubert & Salzer Control Systems.

6.7 million litres of beer were served at the 2013 Oktoberfest. These amounts present major logistical challenges for the festival tent operators. In order to improve bar operations and to simplify delivery during the night, some breweries have changed over to large container facilities with several tanks, each with a capacity from 75,000 to 100,000 litres. This guarantees that, immediately after the first barrel is tapped, it will be possible to serve up to 12,000 litres per hour continuously and trouble-free.

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Increase you expertise

Talk to our specialists about installation, commissioning and maintenance of all of the products in our portfolio. We are offering you individually tailored training in our Training Centre at our head office in Ingolstadt or right on your premises in the form of an in-house seminar. You will be able to obtain valuable practical knowledge and much more from our experts, about:

– stop valves
– control valves
– aseptic valves
– sliding gate valves
– ball sector valves
– motorised valves
– positioners
– valve sizing
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