Pegler increases its valve offering with Mini MVS

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Continuing on from the launch of its successful bespoke valve configuration service, Pegler , has launched a mini modular valve solution to support contractor efficiencies within fan coil units.

The mini MVS is part of a standard range by Pegler and has 12 configurations. It is available as left or right handed, with strainer or without and comes in the standard three flow variants, low, standard and high. Also included is a choice of indicator either for heating or cooling. In addition, and because Pegler offers an integrated piping system solution, there are convertor kits available with the mini MVS for solder, compression male thread or push and press connections.

Furthermore, the mini MVS range is manufactured from DZR brass with union joints to allow valve orientation to be changed onsite with a built-in test point to allow flow rates and signals to be measured to ensure system design flows can be set. The complete mini unit still allows connection, regulation, isolation, flushing and draining for fan coils.

Shaun Burrows, technical product manager at Pegler says: “Since launching our seven day bespoke valve service, we have noticed a demand for more compact valves that support easier and speedier installation and servicing without losing any of the key attributes such as performance and reliability. This new valve solution offers a smaller pipe centre of 40mm and has been reduced in size to ensure direct connection to fan coil units is possible while ensuring the products sits within the confines of a drip tray.”

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