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New Flow Control Technologies from Vernay will be on display at Drinktec 2017

September 4, 2017

Vernay Laboratories is proudly participating in the Drinktec 2017 Exhibition in Munich, Germany.  A comprehensive line of flow control solutions, new technologies and cutting edge materials for the beverage industry will be on display. Vernay will also conduct live product demonstrations. Drinktec 2017 is a 5 day exhibition being held from September 11-15 at Messe Munich. This is the largest international beverage and liquid food manufacturing exposition.

Vernay will feature the new Disposable Pumps with variety of dosing, which create foaming, mist spray and dilution in housing. This new technology has tremendous potential in the beverage market because of its ability to gain precise dispensing accuracy. Vernay will also showcase new bi-directional V-flow® Dispenser Valves with a ‘no-drip’ feature and a new flow control valve which regulates liquid flow over a wide range of pressure with +/-5% tolerance. 

Other Vernay flow control solutions include check valves, diaphragms, flow valves and assembly valves. 

The Vernay Consumer team has significant experience in the beverage sector.  Our beverage applications include: water purification, drink bar dispensing, cup-fill vending machines, drink package dispensing and food paste dispensing.  With the Vernay team as your flow control partner, you will get the right design solution for your application, no matter how complex or demanding. 

Vernay is a leading flow control solutions provider.  Founded in 1946, Vernay engineers and chemists are recognized throughout the industry for their tenacious problem solving.  Vernay’s global manufacturing reach and local co-development Engineering Centers support customers in the Consumer Beverage Sector.

Come visit us!  We will be located in Hall/Booth A2.218, staffed and ready to support you, listen and help.

About Vernay Laboratories, Inc.

Vernay Laboratories has been a technology leader in the design, development, and manufacture of customized flow-control components since its founding in 1946. The company also formulates its own compounds to address each specific application.

Vernay’s products play a vital role in millions of medical devices, automobiles, and consumer products. Today, the privately held firm produces more than 1 billion components per year, drawing from a library of more than 33,000 elastomeric materials and compound formulations. It operates six plants around the world, in the U.S., the Netherlands, Italy and China. For more information, visit