PICV has characterised control capabilities

Published:  05 June, 2014

Commissioning, PICV, Belimo

Belimo’s EPIV pressure-independent characterised-control valve is available in sizes from DN15 to DN150. These valves combine the four functions of measuring, controlling, hydraulic balancing and air bubble-tight closing. They provide real-time information of the measured flow rate.

Integrated electronic flow control ensures that the required volumetric flow is secured, with measured values called up as real-time information. EPIV valves can be used in temperatures from -10 to +120°C at a system pressure of up to 1.6 MPa.

Conventional communication and communication via the Belimo MP bus is possible with all types.

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