Self-Acting Differential Pressure Relief Controller AVPA

  • Overview
  • Features and benefits
  • BIM drawings
  • Documents
  • Tender text
  • Contact

The controller has a control valve, an actuator
with one control diaphragm and handle for differential pressure setting.

Features and benefits

AVPA is a self-acting differential pressure relief
controller primarily for use in district heating
systems. 

The controller is normally closed and
opens on rising differential pressure.

BIM drawings

Documents

Type Name Language Valid for Updated Download File type
Data sheet Differential Pressure Relief Controller AVPA English United Kingdom 07 Jun, 2019 964.3 KB .pdf

Tender text

Self-Acting Differential Pressure Relief Controller AVPA DN15-DN50
  • Bypass valve are to be selected on the required bypass flow rate and opening pressure loss
  • The valves shall be capable of the required opening pressure within the published spring range
  • The valves shall be installed with a partner valve to enable bypass flow measurement and flow limiting if necessary
  • The partner valves shall be fixed orifice in DN15-50 and variable orifice in DN50 (high flow) to DN400

Contact

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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