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TBMA type RD two-way flap diverter valves are suitable for transporting (mildly) abrasive, smooth-running powders or granules. These diverters are specially designed for diverting from 1 to 2 transport lines or vice versa with minimal pressure loss and good sealing properties.

Type RD diverters are suitable for simple two-way routing in pneumatic transport systems with an operating pressure up to 1 barg.

Control can be done either manually, with a pneumatic cylinder or with a pneumatic actuator assembly. The diverter valves are equipped with limit switches for indicating the open/closed position.


TBMA industry applications RD two-way flap diverter

In brief

  • Compact design
  • Small change angle -22.5 °
  • Low pressure loss due to smooth line transition
  • Easy disassembly and maintenance
  • In cast iron, stainless steel and aluminium
  • Manual or electro-pneumatic control in closed box
  • ATEX 2014/34 / EU certified (optional)


  • Flange dimensions: 50 up to 300 mm (9 sizes)
  • Systeem pressure: up to 1 barg
  • Max. standard product temperature: 70 °C
  • Dust tight up to 1 barg

More info

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TBMA are specialists in the design and supply of components and systems for bulk solids handling. Our extensive range of high quality processing equipment is suitable for handling powders and granules with proven reliability in practice in a variety of processing industries. The highly qualified and experienced TBMA staff are well able to translate your requirements into the right execution and application of our components. We also offer the design and execution of complete projects, thus providing you with an efficient, reliable and sustainable solution for your process.

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