A reliable, safe and green solution
Danfoss ICV Flexline™ guarantees you a reliable, safe and green solution - both now and in the future. The product family consists of an ICS pilot operated control, ICM motor operated control and ICLX 2-step solenoid valve. All valve variants are based on one common valve body to offer outstanding flexibility.
The modular concept greatly facilitates the building of a valve that offers energy savings and reduction of down-time. All valves are designed for a maximum working pressure of 52 bar (754 psi) and efficiently handle CO₂ and other future high pressure refrigerants.
The ICV Flexline™ offers you one platform for multiple control solutions.
Reduce lifecycle costs, increase savings and design freedom
The ICV Flexline™ control valves are not only designed to give you savings and design freedom, but they also provide a reliable, safe and green solution for your needs - both now and in the future.
Features and benefits
52 bar (754 psi) pressure approval in the temperature range -60 to +120°C [ -76 to 248°F]
Approved for ammonia, CO₂ and other non-flammable refrigerants
Low energy consumption
Improved system performance and reliability
Leak risk reduced by up to 80% thanks to magnetic coupling and no dynamic sealing
Reduced service costs
Light and small valves with only welded connections
Ammonia conversion for cold storage facility is simple with ICV Flexline™
Consumer retail stores are looking for tried-and-true ideas to thrive in turbulent economic times. That’s why a major 190-store retail chain based in the Midwest switched to a proven refrigeration solution for one of its distribution centers -- an environmentally friendly ammonia system that uses Danfoss ICV Flexline™ valve stations.
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|Brochure||Augmentez la fiabilité de votre système - Gagnez en liberté de conception tout en réalisant des économies (ICV Flexline)||French||Multiple||4.0 MB|
|Brochure||Menores costes asociados al ciclo de vida. Mayor ahorro y máxima libertad de diseño (ICV Flexline)||Spanish, Castilian||Multiple||4.0 MB|
|Brochure||Mniejsze koszty eksploatacyjne - Większe oszczędności i swoboda projektowania (ICV Flexline)||Polish||Multiple||15 Jan, 2019||644.0 KB|
|Brochure||Reduce lifecycle costs Increase savings and design freedom - The ICV Control Valve - member of the Flexline family||Ukrainian||Ukraine||27 Apr, 2020||4.0 MB|
|Brochure||Reduce lifecycle costs Increase savings and design freedom - The ICV Control Valve - member of the Flexline family||Russian||Multiple||4.0 MB|
|Brochure||Reduce lifecycle costs Increase savings and design freedom - The ICV Control Valve - member of the Flexline family||English||Multiple||3.9 MB|
|Brochure||Reducerede levetidsomkostninger - Større besparelser og designfrihed (ICV Flexline)||Danish||Multiple||4.0 MB|
|Brochure||Reduza os custos operacionais Aumente sua economia e adquira liberdade de projeto (ICV Flexline)||Portuguese||Multiple||4.0 MB|
|Brochure||Reduzieren Sie Ihre Kosten Maximale Flexibilität und Kosteneinsparung - ICV Haupt- und Motorventile als Bestandteil der Flexline Baureihe||German||Multiple||4.0 MB|
|Brochure||Riduzione dei costi del ciclo di vita - Maggiori risparmi e più libertà di progettazione (ICV Flexline)||Italian||Multiple||4.0 MB|
|Brochure||Verminder de kosten over de levenscyclus - Bespaar meer en verhoog uw ontwerpvrijheid (ICV Flexline)||Dutch, Flemish||Multiple||4.0 MB|
Tools and apps
Industrial refrigeration application tool
Want to know more about industrial refrigeration with ammonia? The IR application tool is an interactive PowerPoint slideshow that takes you through all details of a two-stage ammonia plant. By clicking on a specific area of the plant, you will be provided with detailed cut-away drawings and information on the specific valves required. You will also find useful links to technical literature, product animations and videos.
ICSH Flexline™ dual position solenoid valve
Hot gas defrost is a very common and efficient method used within industrial refrigeration. Sound design practices and specific design features should always be considered carefully to prevent safety risks, which may be caused by even a slight change in operating conditions.