Design and Function of the Multiport Throttle

Multiport Throttles are used to reduce the pressure and flow rate of fluids in pipe systems. The medium is passing through a defined constriction inside the Multiport Throttle. This engenders an increased flow resistance and consequently a reduction of the pressure and the flow rate. To avoid cavitations and noises the reduction takes place with a fluidic optimized throttle system. According to the required pressure difference between inlet and outlet the pressure will be reduced with one or more throttle stages.
The pressure difference between inlet and outlet is engendered only if the fluid passes the Multiport Throttle in accordance with the design data.
  • special of low noise throttle design
  • dimensioning specific for application
  • multistage reduction of the pressure and flow rate - low cavitations
  • without additional auxiliary energy and measuring technique
  • any position of installation
  • throttle stages made out of stainless steel
  • no moving parts


SSD2 Throttle

Versions of the Multiport Throttle

Multiport Throttles are obtainable in different types of installation. Available are Multiport Throttle with Inlet and Outlet flange (SSD2 and SSD3) as flange version, with welding end as weld-in version (SSD1 and SSD5) and for installation between two existing flanges as sandwich version (SSD4 and SSD6).
  • Multiport Throttle with Inlet and Outlet flange (flange version)
  • Multiport Throttle with welding end (weld-in version)
  • Multiport Throttle for installation between two existing flanges (sandwich version)


SSD1 Throttle

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