KOVM mixing valve body

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3-way mixing valve

with unique bypass design

The Danfoss KOVM is a linear 3-way mixing valve with a unique bypass design allowing for constant system pressures and flow rates.

When the KOVM is combined with either the RAVK non-electric thermostatic operator or the RA2000 wall mount operator, actuation of the valve results in the control of hot or chilled water flow to radiators, convectors, fan coil units, etc.

Features and benefits

Unique 3-way bypass design

Linear valve actuation

Provides constant zone or system flow


Code Number:

Connection Size:

Connection Type:


013U3017 ½" NPT 1.75
013U301501 ½" Compression 1.75
013U302001 ½" Compression 2.34

Design: 3-way heating or cooling mixing valve

For Use With:

  • RAVK valves
  • RA2000 valve (Code No. 013G8564)


Type Name Language Valid for Updated Download File type
Catalog Hydronic Specialties Catalog VKKIA122 English United States 20 Mar, 2017 2.0 MB .pdf
Data sheet KOVM 3 Way Mixing Valve English United States 22 Oct, 2007 580.3 KB .pdf

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