Seated Valve (PN16) VFM2 2-way flange

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Danfoss Motorized Control Valves (MCV) for district heating and cooling, HVAC and central heating systems ensure stable and accurate control of water, glycol mixtures and steam. This in turn improves temperature control and reliability while increasing the energy efficiency of the system. All of which adds up to enhanced comfort for the end-user. The MCV range comprises both regular and pressure-relieved control valves designed to operate in the most demanding applications.

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Features and benefits


  • Logarithmic characteristic  
  • Rangeability >100:1  
  • Pressure relieved design  

Main data:  

  • DN 65-250  

  • kvs 63-900 m3/h  

  • PN 16  

  • Medium: Circulation water / glycolic water up to 50%  

  • Temperature: 2 (−10*) … 150 °C  
    * At temperatures from −10 °C up to +2 °C use stem heater  

  • Flange PN16 connections  

  • Push-pull connection between valve and actuator  

  • Compliance with Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC 

BIM drawings


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Data sheet Seated Valve (PN 16) VFM 2 English United Kingdom 08 Jun, 2019 903.1 KB .pdf

Tender text

2/3 Way Valve

  • Control valve shall resist corrosion or any changes in materials or construction in normal operation and shut down conditions
  • Control valve shall be delivered with tailpieces including sealing material
  • Control shall have flanged connections according to EN 1092 or thread connections for pipe connecting with threaded or weldable tail pieces
  • Control Valve from DN15-DN80 should have soft sealing for no visible leakage at closing force 400N
  • Control valve should be designed to fit tool free mounting of actuator
  • Control valve should operate with media temperature range -10c to +130c without any changes taking place in the chemical or construction properties of the used materials
  • Control valve shall be marked according to IEC standard 534-5