Burkert's Systems & Products Reference Guide 7 now available

Burkert, the world leader in fluid control systems, announces that its "Systems & Products Reference Guide 7" is now available. The guide, on CD, offers a comprehensive look at Burkert's extensive product line?up, markets and the company's approach to serving these markets.

"Systems & Products Reference Guide 7" is broken down into five sections: Home Page, Benefits, Overview, Systems and Products, and U.S. Datasheets.

The Home Page outlines the approach Burkert takes to maintain its position as the fluid control systems leader. Burkert's commitment to driving innovation in fluid control technologies, serving as a complete system solutions provider, and providing expert consulting services is highlighted here.

Under Benefits, the Reference Guide details the advantages of working with Burkert. These include relying on Burkert as a single-source vendor for a wide array of fluid control technologies and, in Burkert products, attaining the highest system reliability, product quality and process efficiency levels. In the Overview and System and Products sections, information is presented on the product types Burkert offers (valves, controllers, sensors, actuation, on/off), industries served (water treatment, food/beverage, pharmaceutical, medical/analytical, gas handling, etc.), and complete system solutions (temperature, flow, pressure, level, analytical).

Under U.S. Datasheets, Burkert's more than 200 fluid control products are listed and briefly described. The products are arranged under headings that include Sensors/Controllers, Analytical/Medical Valves, Process Valves, Pneumatic Actuation, and Solenoid Valves. In addition, a listing of Burkert technical references and guides is presented.

To obtain the "Systems & Products Reference Guide 7" CD, and for more information regarding Burkert products, please contact marketing-usa@burkert.com; (800) 325?1405; www.burkert?usa.com.

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