Ball-valve range from Siemens

Published:  03 May, 2017

Siemens Building Technologies, ball valve, Acvatix

Acvatix ball valves from Siemens Building Technologies covers all applications in central HVAC plants with a selection of internally and externally threaded valves from 15 to 50 mm. This means that Siemens now offers a complete range of ball valves for applications in cold- and hot-water systems.

They are available as control, shutdown and changeover versions.

Mounting the actuator on the valve is remarkably easy using the pre-fitted mounted kit. This has an ingenious bayonet connection, and no additional tools are required to fit the valve to the actuator, which significantly reduces installation time.

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