Danfoss offers a wide range of pressure and temperature regulators for Industrial Refrigeration applications.
ICS, Servo Operated Valve: The ICS valve comprises three main components: a valve body, a function module and a top cover.
The pilot valves connected defines the function of the ICS valve. The max working pressure is 52 bar making the ICS valves suitable for CO2 and future high pressure refrigerants.
ICM, Motor Valve: The ICM motor valve comprises three main components: a valve body, a combined function module/top cover and an ICAD actuator. The max working pressure is 52 bar making the ICS valves suitable for CO2 and future high pressure refrigerants.
PM, Main Valve: PM valves are pilot operated main valves for regulating pressure and temperature in refrigeration systems.
The range also contains Pilot Valves, Oil Regulating Valves and Overflow Valves. The range also contains Liquid Distributors, Pilot Valves, Motorized Valves, Oil Regulating Valves and Overflow Valves.
The ICF valve station offer savings in time, space and money compared to control solutions using conventional components.
The ICF valve station incorporates several functions in one control body. An ICF valve station can substitute a series of conventional mechanical, electro-mechanical and electronically operated valves, thereby providing a number of advantages in the design phase of a refrigeration plant as well as in the installation, service and maintenance. ICF valve station consist of a valve housing plus a maximum of four or six function modules.
The ICF valve stations are designed for low and high pressure refrigerants and can be used in liquid lines, compressor injection lines and hot gas lines.
The ICF valve stations are supplied as a factory assembly, and are function and pressure tested under factory controlled conditions.
One code number equals one application solution.