02-531-7800

GEMU, Gebr. Muller GmbH & Co. KG

Seoul, 
Korea (South)
http://www.jidcorp.com/
  • Booth: A210

GEMU is a global leader in the production of valves, measurement and control systems.

JID corporation supplies valves including control, fittings and gaskets in Korean market as an exclusive distributor of GEMU. 
GEMU is one of the leading manufacturers of valves, measurement and control systems and is the world market leader for sterile valve applications in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.


-Pharmaceutical, biotechnology and cosmetics industries
-Food and beverage industries
-Microelectronics and semiconductor industries
-Chemical industry and environmental systems
-Water treatment
-Processing industries
-Power generation
-Medical systems


 Products

  • Diaphragm valve
    The focus here is on valves for systems in the production of semiconductors and microchips, the production of photovoltaic systems and batteries, and the manufacture of ultra high purity chemicals. ...

  • High-flow bodies
    • High Kv value
    • Long service life
    • Low-impact media handling

    Body and connection options
    • Flexible and versatile
    • Wide range of applications
    • Cost-efficient

    Metal-free design
    • Minimal contamination
    • High resistance Line

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