Recooling thermostatic valves
Recooling valves are designed to protect a boiler against overheating in case of a power failure or circulation pump breakdown.
One-way valves are intended for use in boilers equipped with a recooling heat exchanger. They are designed to be mounted directly on a boiler, either with the sensor immersed in heating water or a capillary type with sensor in a sheath. For pellet boilers a recooling capillary valve for the fuel feeder is available that will prevent pellets to get ignited in the feeder..
Two-way valves are intended for direct recooling of boiler water without a recooling heat exchanger.
A pressure reducing valve should be fitted at the cold water inlet into the valve that will prevent overpressure in the heating system when the recooling valve opens.
|8877||JBV1 One-way Recooling Thermostatic Valve
for solid fuel boilers with a recooling heat exchanger, 1/2“ M connection to a boiler, 3/4“ M ...
|8066||DBV1 Two-way Recooling Thermostatic Valve
for solid fuel boilers with no recooling heat exchanger, connections to boiler, cooling water and ...
|10113||BVTS 1.3 Recooling Thermostatic Valve
1.3 m capillary, 97°C, G 3/4“ F, G 1/2“ M sheath (Danfoss)
|10114||BVTS 4.0 Recooling Thermostatic Valve
4m capillary, 95°C, G 3/4“ F, G 1/2“ M sheath, Danfoss
|10115||BVTS 108 Recooling Thermostatic Valve
1.3m capillary, 108°C, G 3/4“ F, G 1/2“ M sheath placed in fuel feeder, Danfoss
|4601||STS 20 Recooling Thermostatic Valve
1.3m capillary, 97°C, G3/4“F, G 1/2“ M sheath, Watts
|660||9011 Pressure Reducing Valve
Pressure reducing valve, 1 to 4 bar, inlet 15bar max. - 1/2“