The Gold Standard in Iris Valves

The Syntron® brand name is recognized worldwide and is known for expertise in providing product solutions to the material handling industry.

Iris Valves are used to control the flow of powders, granules, flakes or crystals in a wide range of production equipment like hoppers, bins, dryers, blenders, bulk bag unloaders and vertical pipe lines. 

Rugged and built to last, Syntron® Iris Valves have a proven track record for reliable, low maintenance performance across a wide range of industries and applications. They are designed to permit free flow of materials without binding or seizing of the valve and without damaging your product. Principle industries include: Chemical, Food Processing, Plastics, Pharmaceutical, Dairy, Fertilizer and Detergent……pretty much anything dry!

FV Series Iris Valves operate by rotating the control handle through a 180-degree arc to vary the size of the orifice from closed to fully open. To lock the valve in a selected position, turn the control handle clockwise and tighten.

SFV/DFV Iris Valves have single sleeves and trigger-type handles that lock in multiple precise orifice settings for rapid and frequent opening and closing.

When handling abrasive, fine or dusty materials, adapter spools and wear sleeves may be required to effectively manage wear and tear plus dust control.

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The first Syntron® Iris Valve was designed in the mid 1950’s and has not looked back for 60+ years The Syntron® brand name is recognized worldwide and is known for expertise in providing product solutions to the material handling industry. It was with this background that Syntron® saw the need to develop a valve that could control free-flowing ...

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