Heating and cooling systems designed with a constant flow principle circulate large amounts of water. To do that as efficiently as possible, it is important to ensure that the design flows in the different parts of the system are correct. Manual balancing valves are the best option in these types of systems. Once installed, they can be commissioned and set to the design flow without the risk that flows will change due to partial load conditions. For a proper hydronic balance in the system, a series of manual balancing valves are installed, varying in size according to the required flow in specific parts of the system.
Features and benefits
Broad product range
With valves in sizes from DN 15 up to DN 400, mounting options with internal thread, external thread or flanges and availability of measuring tools and accessories, there is always a Danfoss manual balancing valve that corresponds to your requirements.
All Danfoss balancing valves are designed to take up minimum space and be easy to install. The removable hand wheel on LENOTM MSV valves is a best practice example of that.
Product is a manual presetting valve for balancing the flow in heating and cooling installations.
- Pre-setting values visible on a digital scale
- Position indicator and stroke limiter
- Lockable presetting
- Non-rising hand wheel
- Shut-off function
- Leakage rate A according to ISO 5208
- Pre-mounted test plugs
- The valve should have a measuring accuracy on 8% at 25% pf of max. setting according to BS7350
- Pressure class: PN 16 or PN 25
- Temperature range: PN 16: Flow temperature: –10 °C … 130 °C & PN 25: Flow temperature: –10 °C … 150 °C
- DP max 2.5 bar
- Connection size: DN 15-400
- Connection type: Flange connections
Experts within Heating
Greg Tracy has been working in the HVAC industry for the last 15 years. Having worked at Danfoss for 10 years, Greg managed the Danfoss Underfloor Heating division in the UK. For the last 5 years he has been working and managing the Danfoss HVAC division with consultants and contractors on some of Londons most prestigious Commercial buildings.
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