KMA 995 - SED Diaphragm valve

Manually operated valve with stainless steel bonnet and plastic handwheel

SED valves

KMA 995 SED Diaphragm valve for high purity applications in the pharmaceutical, food, fine chemical and cosmetic industries. The KMA series meets the highest demands of the pharmaceutical industry. The design is following the GMP demands for sterile applications in consequent way.

These valves are predestined for applications with high purity, dirty or aggressive fluids and gases. Its smooth surface, without nuts or edges, combined with a self-draining exterior in all assembly positions, gives it an optimised design to be cleaned.
The KMA 995 is standard provided with a sealed manual actuator with an integrated optical indicator not disturbing the operation of the handwheel.


  • Stainless steel bonnet and plastic hand wheel
  • Manual actuated with non-rising hand wheel with optical indicator and stroke indicator
  • CDSA sealing concept
  • Flexible diaphragm suspension
  • Encapsulated diaphragm

Technical information

Sizes Tube: IMP 2 ½ ” – 4”; DN 65 – 100
Diaphragm: MA 80, 100
Max. pressure
  • 10 bar (EPDM)
  • 8 bar (PTFE/EPDM)
Temp. range
  • -40 ºC to 150 ºC (EPDM)
  • -20 ºC to 150 ºC (PTFE/EPDM)
  • Tri-Clamp (ISO, ASME-BPE, DIN 32676)
  • Flange
  • Butt weld
Weld connections ISO 1127, ASME-BPE, DIN 11850, BS-4825, SMS 3008
  • Body & connections: 316L (1.4435) forged
  • Bonnet: 316L (1.4435)
  • Handwheel: polypropylene (pp)
  • Diaphragms: EPDM, PTFE/EPDM
Finishing Interior surface SF1
Bonnets suitable for two-way bodies, welded configurations, T-bodies, multiport bodies, tank bottom bodies
Operation Manual
Certificates 3.1 material, FDA, USP Class VI 121 C, EHEDG, PED, CE 1935/2004, TSE/BSE
Certificates (optional) 2.2 surface finish, ATEX 2GD


  • Investment cast
  • Other materials
  • Surface finish Ra value to max. 0.25 µm
  • Client specific connections
  • Sealed bonnet
  • Adjustable travel stop or stroke limiter
  • Locking device

pdfKMA 995 Datasheet - DN 65-100 mm
English - 414 kB - TD06 0018 Rev. M