• Mankenberg self-acting control valves - surge relief valve SR 6.2
  • Mankenberg self-acting control valves - pressure reducing valve DM 505

Hydrogen – Energy source of the future

As a flexible energy carrier, hydrogen will play a key role in the future for providing electricity, heat and energy storage solutions. The gas is produced by the process of electrolysis, which breaks down water into its components hydrogen and oxygen with the help of electrical voltage. Of the processes currently in use, PEM electrolysis (protone exchange membrane electrolysis) is considered to have the greatest potential.

Mankenberg supports you with products specially developed for these applications. Our self-acting control valves for pressure and level feature a compact design, pressure resistance and high corrosion resistance and are also available ATEX-compliant in accordance with Product Directive 2014/34/EU ....


Tank blanketing valves with state-of-the-art technology
We have new members in the Mankenberg product family: the pressure reducing valve DM 755 and its counterpart, the back pressure regulator UV 7.5.

The valves have been developed for tank blanketing and control pressures from 0.001 bar.

Product documentation – Always easily available

First-class digital document support for your valve:
Our new client portal my.Mankenberg makes it possible.

my.Mankenberg is the central point of reference for all documents relating to your Mankenberg valve. Time-consuming searching for papers was yesterday! Today, all you will have to do is click on the link provided or scan the QR code on your valve - and your documentation is ready for retrieval in the portal anytime and anywhere.

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