In every district heating utility, combined heat and power plant, distribution network and substation, there is a need for on/off control of the building system connection.
The on/off regulation enables the carrying out of service, maintenance and repairs to the system by allowing it to be shut down for a period of time.
A district energy network is extremely flexible and can be used to connect as few as 30-40 houses. This allows cities to grow an existing network as funding, planning and other opportunities become available.
Efficient operation of the district heating network requires the entire value chain from generation, distribution and usage is designed and maintained to be optimum balance.
Technical details about our range
Danfoss' unique flow design of the ball valves ensures low pressure drop and low pump power consumption, resulting in less energy use and reduced operating costs.
Danfoss ball valves feature life-long external tightness, even at high and changing temperatures, thanks to a unique PTFE / carbon stem packing box that prevents external leakage.
A sophisticated spring construction provides optimum internal tightness and ensures Class A leakage rates throughout the product's lifetime.
Danfoss JIP™ ball valves are always easy to open and close due to independence from axial forces and a unique break loose system.
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