Our Buschjost brand encompasses a market leading range of process and multimedia valve technology and system solutions for liquid and gaseous media.

With comprehensive knowledge of relevant industry standards and certifications, Buschjost valves can be found in applications including mechanical and plant engineering, the automotive industry and in the field of power generation and environmental protection.

Our Buschjost brand offers a comprehensive range of valves ideally suited to the process industry including solenoid valves, angle-seat pilot valves, motorised valves and systems for dust filters.

Product Overview

Solenoid valves without pressure differential

Solenoid valves without pressure differential do not require any operating or differential pressure in your system to open or close, and operate from 0 bar upwards.

Solenoid valves with pressure differential

These valves operate according to a differential pressure and make use of the pressure energy of the operating fluid to open and close the valve. This allows for lower power consumption and a higher pressure in your system.

Solenoid valves with force lift

These valves combine direct and indirect actuation and are called force lift valves. These valves combine the advantages of direct actuation (no minimum pressure/flow required) and indirect actuation (relatively high flow at high pressure).


Angle seat pilot valves

These valves are a robust design being used in a wide variety of applications,  including temperature stability applications, applications where resistance against aggressive mediums are required, or where fluids with high viscosity and contamination have to be controlled.

Dust valves

These valves provide an intense pulse of air blasts into the soiled filter element causing dust and loose dirt from the filter fall to the ground. Dust filter valves for air-blasting have been developed to allow efficient and inexpensive cleaning.

Motorised valves

These valves are used wherever exact adjustment to the actual requirement is needed. These valves not only give an open or closed state, but can vary the flow rate of the valve. They use an electric motor to operate them and are ideal where an electric signal can be used from simple control through to complex regulation.

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