Fluid Control Centre
1 Bridge End
+44 1285 648 720
Bürkert Fluid Control Systems leads in the manufacture of measurement and control systems for process fluids and gases.
Bürkert is present in 35 countries around the world. We also work with a large network of distributors and partners, which means we are as close as possible to our customers. This global presence ensures full service and support to all of our customers in every country around the world.
Bürkert products and systems can be used wherever fluid media and gases need to be measured, controlled and regulated. Whether the application is filling, level, flow, pressure or temperature we have a solution and a uniquely comprehensive range of products to handle it, including solenoid, process and analytical valves, pneumatic actuation, sensors and controllers.
For Bürkert it is not enough to simply offer individual products. Our aim is to provide complete system and application solutions that meet the specific needs of our customers. Tell us what you need and our engineers will find an appropriate solution using our vast experience and a wide range of services such as advice and engineering, installation, testing, and after-sales support.
Bürkert's global presence offers our customers an additional advantage. Products and systems are constantly developed and optimised according to international standards. Through this process synergy effects evolve which ensure technological leadership and competitive advantage.
So whether you need a single component or a fully integrated system, call Bürkert first. It could be the only call you need to make.
Our numerous and specialised products widen the scope for industry applications in process, water treatment, pharmaceutical, medical and other areas of automation technology.
Here is a list of the Bürkert range:
The company employs more than 1,800 people in its comprehensive company network and our focus is on providing high quality support to all our worldwide customers.
Bevor #Wasser aus dem Hahn kommt, muss es im Normalfall in seiner Qualität aufbereitet werden. Ein gängiges Verfahren ist das Verschneiden von Rohwasser mit aufbereitetem Wasser bis zur erforderlichen Qualität direkt beim Endanwender: https://t.co/OadH5xeQW0 #wemakeideasflow— Bürkert (@buerkertfluid) June 12, 2019
Within the scope of a one-week meeting, our colleagues from the #hygienic segment attended a training at the #EASE European Aseptic and Sterile Environment Training Center. A big thank you from the whole team for the inspiring day! #wemakeideasflow pic.twitter.com/zqF7yYz9xd— Bürkert (@buerkertfluid) May 21, 2019