3-Way and 4-Way Valves
VRG130 & VRG140
The ESBE VRG series of valves are designed for mixing and diverting water to the appropriate temperature to meet the zone or system requirements within heating and cooling systems.
The VRG valve replaces the MG and G series of valves and provides additional operational features. By either mixing or diverting, the fluid temperature leaving the valve is regulated by the VRG in either a manual operation or electronic when coupled with the ARA600 Series or 90 Series electronic motorized actuator.
Features and benefits
Excellent performance in valve regulation.
Lowest internal leakage of flow @ 14.5psi Δp:
- mixing <0.05%
- diverting <0.02%.
Compact valve design.
Suitable for closed loop heating or chilled systems, maximum 50% glycol.
VRG valve body material composed of dezincification resistant brass (DZR).
The ESBE VRG Series 3-way & 4-way mixing valves includes a range of compact, low leakage valves. For easy manual operation the valves are equipped with non-slip knobs and end stops for an operational angle of 90°. The valve position scale can be turned over and rotated allowing many different mounting positions. Together with ARA600 and Series 90 actuators, the VRG valves are easily automated and have excellent regulating accuracy due to the unique valve to actuator interface.
*Note: If 90 series actuators are used on valves 2” and below, mounting kit 193B1616 must be used.
|Type||Name||Language||Valid for||Updated||Download||File type|
|Case story||Engineering Tomorrow Builds Sustainable Heating System for PA Forest Bureau||English||United States||21 Jan, 2019||1.5 MB|
|Installation guide||ESBE 90 Series Actuator to VRG Valve Mounting Kit Instructions (193B1616)_VIKIU122||English||United States||06 Mar, 2014||9.7 MB|
|Notification||ESBE MG & G to VRG Valve Cross-over||English||United States||18 Mar, 2010||134.3 KB|
|Data sheet||ESBE VRG Mixing and Diverting Valve Datasheet_VDKIK222||English||United States||04 Mar, 2016||1.2 MB|
|Installation guide||ESBE VRG Mixing and Diverting Valve Instructions: 3-way_VIKIO122||English||United States||08 Mar, 2010||866.9 KB|
|Installation guide||ESBE VRG Mixing and Diverting Valve Instructions: 4-way_VIKIP122||English||United States||08 Mar, 2010||792.3 KB|
|Catalog||Hydronic Specialties Catalog||English||Multiple||21 Mar, 2017||2.0 MB|
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ESBE CRA Series Setpoint Controls
The ESBE CRA Series of setpoint controls includes a combined motorized actuator and constant flow temperature control with an adjustable temperature setting.
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ESBE 90 Series Actuators
The ESBE 90 Series of 24V electronic motorized actuators are direct mount to rotate ESBE 3 & 4-way rotary valves in hydronic heating and cooling applications. The 90 Series motorized actuator provides additional torque compared to the ARA series, and can be installed on all ESBE 3 & 4-way rotary valves, in sizes from ½” to 6”. 90 Series linkage kits are also available capable of adapting the motorized actuator to Viessmann, Honeywell, Centra DR/ZR, Landis & Staefa and TA VTR styles of valves.
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