VV300 priority valves are a combination between pressure regulating and pressure limiting valves. They are used to ensure priority drinking water supply to important systems. Ancillary systems are then supplied only when there is sufficient surplus drinking water available. In addition downstream installations are protected against excess supply pressures.
The compact construction makes them particularly suitable for applications where space is limited, for example in ducts. The application of priority valves prevents pressure damage. The set pressure remains constant even when the inlet pressure fluctuates greatly.
||1 1/2 inch
|Minimum inlet pressure
|Flow capacity Kvs
||0,5 ... 12 bar
|Max. media temperature
- Opening pressure, pilot valve CX-PS 1 - 12 bar. Outlet pressure, pilot valve CX-PR 1 - 12 bar
- Threated connection: 3/4", 1" and 1 1/2". Connection of 1 1/4" not available
- High flow capacity
- High control accuracy
- Housing make of brass, connections with internal threads
- Integral control circuit and ball valves