The Danfoss motorized control valves range (MCV) for district heating is applicable for use in water- and glycol based heating and cooling systems.
The motorized control valves ensure stable and accurate control of water. This in turn improves temperature control, leading to enhanced comfort for the end-user. The motorized control valves range comprises both regular and pressure relieved control valves operating with high differential pressure.
In energy efficiency terms, optimal performance of temperature control can lead to decreasing heat loss and therefore reduced CO2 emissions. Good control ratios and rapid response times to changes in domestic hot water supply requirements are just some of the features needed to ensure optimum control performance.
Which valve is the one for your application?Whether it is for HVAC, central heating, district heating or cooling systems, for all these systems you can find the right solution with the Danfoss motorized control valves (MCV). Get a complete overview and help in selecting the right MCV by means of our new guide and/or valve ruler app.
The new Valve Ruler App from Danfoss, available for smart phone or tablet, allows you to select and connect valve types and actuators for the application at hand. You can input or calculate KV by entering the required flow and inlet/outlet pressure. You can also select application type, and specify valve connection, ports and PN for the application.
Technical details about our range
The control capabilities of the MCV range are based on different characteristics, including split characteristics for DHW applications using heat exchangers, as well as linear and logarithmic characteristics. This means that even the most difficult control requirements in district heating can be met, while still providing instantaneous hot water.For DHW systems, the low slope of the split characteristic in this part of the stroke ensures stable control of the valve in the critical area near the closing position. On the other hand, the steeper part of the curve (large flow) enables fast and stable control.
Thanks to easy selection, installation, commissioning and maintenance, Danfoss MCVssimply cost you less time, money and effort.Your benefits at a glance:» Auto detection of control signal» Speed selection» LED signalization» Option to operate as either 3-point or modulating» Fast connection» Easy wiring procedure» Free positioning» Anti-oscillation function» Split characteristic of DHW valves
Danfoss MCVs are easy to handle, easy to operate and easy to understand. Quickconnection to actuator and valve is enabled by a threaded coupling, which also allowsfor rotation after mounting. External LED visualization and signaling save time andeffort during installation and commissioning of MCVs.Features:» Easy wiring with the option to prewire the actuators» Selectable features available on jumpers» LED signalization» 360° installation without compromising IP» Top-down and side-in mounting of actuator – compact design
All new products feature built-in thermic and overload protection of theelectromotor. This radically reduces the risk of operational failure in eitherthe valve or the system as a whole.Features:» Thermic and overload protection» 360° installation without compromising IP» Direct inverse functionality» Safety function (TUV certified) – Spring up (SU), Spring down (SD)
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Based on years of customer insight and successful development of motorized control valves, Danfoss introduces new control valves and electrical actuators for heavy duty district heating applications.
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