How to select the right Motorized Control Valve

Easy to handle, easy to operate, easy to understand – these qualities govern the MCV product range of Danfoss. But which valve is the right one for your next application? Get a complete overview and help to select the right MCV for your next application by clicking the link to the right.

Let motorized intelligence solve your application challenges Heating, cooling, solar, single home or multi-family – which Motorized Control Valve (MCV) is the right one for your next application? Get help from the new product and application guideline from Danfoss. The guideline provides a complete overview of the MCVs available for different applications.

- Thursday, 07 May 2015 By Danfoss District Energy

During the past two years, more than 10,000 Motorized Control Valves, MCVs, from Danfoss have been installed around the world to control a large variety of district energy, central heating and HVAC solutions.

The MCVs allow precise control of temperature levels in any heating or cooling application, ensuring maximum comfort to the end-users and substantial energy savings to the building owner. The high reliability of the valves protects against thermal and system overload.

Now Danfoss offers a complete overview of the many MCVs available and optimized for different applications, including heat pumps, solar applications, passive cooling, chillers, boilers, and fan coil units. The product range features regular and pressure relieved valves for water, steam and glycol solutions.

The MCVs are all made from durable, high-quality materials for long service life and low maintenance costs. The valves are designed as compact units with snap & click connection for fast, flexible and easy installation.

 

Did you know that?
The control capabilities of MCVs can handle 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 applications can be met, while still providing instantaneous hot water.

Danfoss MCV 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

 

View the new MCV Guideline

PDF, 3.27 MB

Product Range

Control valves are used to ensure precise control performance of the temperature level in the heating system which provides proper end-user comfort in the building.

 

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