Gas Shut-Off Valves work with pre-paid gas meters.

Press Release Summary:

With patented ball valve technology, Saia-GMP Shut-Off Valves have zero pressure drop, resulting in optimized grid efficiency. Low discharging current doubles battery life and operating cycles. Designed to meet EN 60079-11 for intrinsic safety and ATEX zone 1 and 2 compliance, valves are available with optional valve position sensing and customization for any meter configuration.

Original Press Release:

Johnson Electric Launches Gas Shut-Off Valve for Pre-paid Gas Meters - Longest Battery Life and Zero Pressure Drop

Hong Kong, -- Johnson Electric today announced the Saia-GMP line of shut-off valves for pre-paid gas meters. This expands the existing Saia-GM product line and strengthens Johnson Electric’s position as the technology leader in the gas meter valve market segment. The patented ball valve technology utilized in the Saia-GM product line has zero pressure drop resulting in higher grid efficiency.

The Saia GMP product line has the lowest discharging current which doubles the battery life and operating cycles. The valve is designed to meet EN 60079-11 for intrinsic safety and ATEX zone 1 and 2 compliance. Product options include valve position sensing and customization for any meter configuration.

“The pre-paid gas meter segment is a growing market in Europe and Asia,” said Jim Dick, Johnson Electric’s senior vice president of Strategic Marketing. “The Saia-GMP product technology addresses the critical requirements of safety, battery life and grid efficiency,” he added.

About Johnson Electric Group

The Johnson Electric Group is the world’s leading provider of innovative motion systems and components for automotive applications, domestic equipment, office equipment, industrial products, consumer products and medical devices. The Group is headquartered in Hong Kong and has over 40,000 employees in 23 countries. Innovation and product design centers are located in Hong Kong, China, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Israel, Japan, UK and the USA. Production centers are located in China, Switzerland, Italy, Poland, Hungary, USA, Brazil, India, Argentina and the UK. Johnson Electric Holdings Limited is listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (code 179).

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