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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
TCU10307 Digi-Key Red Lion Controls Industrial Controls, Meters MOTORZD VALVE PSTNR W/N 4X ALARM
TCU10307 Radwell Red Lion Controls Not Provided 1/8 DIN TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNITS MOTORZD VALVE PS
V47AB3 Radwell Johnson Controls HVAC, HVAC Accessory VALVE TEMPERATURE ACTUATED 1/2IN 115/180F

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  • Selection Considerations for Control Valves Versus Regulators
    In any control system, the option potentially exists to select either a control valve or a regulator and it is useful to compare the respective performance and economics of these approaches to arrive at some general selection guidelines. Unlike regulators, control valves are not standalone products
  • Optimux Control Valves for Aerospace Testing Systems
    of flow, temperature, and pressure control solutions for aerospace applications that include the OpTE - a robust triple offset butterfly valve that ensures bubble-tight shutoff at any temperature - and the OpGL-XT - a rugged, multi-purpose, custom-engineered globe control valve for applications
  • Bellows smooth valve moves
    Off-the-shelf electrodeposited-nickel bellows replace costly and stroke-limited custom bellows in gas-turbine fuel-control valves. In-line, microprocessor-controlled valves from Continental Controls Corp. work with PLCs to match fuel flow to turbine rpm and load. Valves use two oil-filled
  • Valves & Specialty Metal Materials (.pdf)
    The role of valves in a process is far from insignificant. These components enable engineers to control the vitals of a process: temperature, pressure, concentration, and flow. In some cases, the failure of a valve could be catastrophic and in other cases just a headache, but whatever your
  • Spraywater Control Valves
    proper steam temperature. Furthermore, efficient spray control prevents thermal damage to the steam piping, the superheater and the reheater tubes as well as downstream equipment. Operating a turbine with steam above the temperature limits accelerates metal fatigue and creep. This control is necessary
    All phase change refrigerant systems require an expansion device which controls the flow of refrigerant in the evaporator. Two principal types of control are used: Thermal Expansion Valves or Capillary Tubes. Thermal Expansion Valves balance and modulate the refrigerant flow to the heat load
  • Establishing a new method for determining valve flow coefficient
    prediction must be provided. As O. P. Lovett observed in 1974, "Correct sizing for control valves has been a problem since they were invented. " Since control valves were first developed to control fluid transport, proper sizing and flow prediction have been necessary to select the correct valve size
  • Selecting Modulating Valves and Clean Steam Traps for Sterilization in Place (SIP) Systems
    In today's pharmaceutical systems, SIP processes are becoming more and more critical. The nature of batch processing and the relationship between time and temperature for sterilization demand highly efficient SIP processes. The associated valves and steam traps must perform with high efficiency
  • Traditional solenoid valves are simple to install but may not be the right solution for long term reliability or high flow applications
    Replacing a solenoid valve with a DynaMatic electric ball valve...Why and how?. Solenoid valves are typically easy to install and are used in applications utilizing pressure, flow, temperature and level switches. They can also be controlled by PLC units that only output a single control signal
  • Control Signal Input
    Control input signal refers to the use of an actuator in association with a throttling valve. Throttling valves regulate the flow, pressure or temperature of the service. They can move to any position within the stroke of the valve and hold that position, including full on or full off. The addition

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