Danfoss A/S Datasheets for Ball Valves
Ball valves are quarter-turn, straight-through valves that have a round closure element with matching rounded seats that permit uniform sealing stress. The valve gets its name from the ball that rotates to open and close the valve. Ball valves are used in situations where tight shut-off is required. They are wide duty valves, able to transfer gases, liquids and liquids with suspended solids (slurries).
Ball valves provide tight shut-off and characterizable control. They have high rangeability due to the design of the regulating element and few complications from side loads typical of butterfly or globe valves.
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|Balancing ball valves are available in DN50-125 in WW or FF connection. Balancing ball valves combine class A shut-off and precise manual balancing functions that are fully independent. Balancing ball...|
|Draining valves are available in DN15-50, PN40 with welded connection on one side and closing cap on the other one. JIP-WE is an ON/OFF ball valve with welded / externally...|
|Full bore range covers DN15-400 available in WW, FF and FW connetions and operating options. The valves are specially designed for district heating systems and other hot-water systems in which...|
|GBC ball valves are manually operated shut-off valves suitable for applications where bi-directional flow is a requirement. They are approved for applications in liquid, suction, and hot gas lines in...|
|Hot tap range covers valves DN20-100 and dedicated tools (tool boxes) to make extensions of district heating systems while fully operational. JIP hot tap valves are ON/OFF ball valves used...|
|The Danfoss high performance ball valves are specially designed for district heating plants, distribution and transmission networks, pumps and substations. Having fully welded bodies, the steel ball valves meet the...|
|The full bore valves with welded connection are available with handle, gear flange or worm gear. The valves are specially designed for district heating systems and other hot-water systems in...|