• Water pressure reducing valves and check valves are part of the group of safety and protection valves used in making water supply and heating systems. Water pressure reducing valves are designed to reduce the pressure in domestic and industrial water supply systems. The reducing valve maintains a constant set outlet pressure (controllable) in dynamic and static modes irrespective of changes in the inlet pressure. Installing this product helps to avoid damage caused by excess pressure and hydraulic impacts, as well as to reduce water consumption.

    PROFACTOR® offers two types of pressure reducing valves which are different in design: the diaphragm and the valve-piston type. The valve-piston reducing valves have the outlet pressure factory setting of 2.5 bar, the diaphragm reducing valves - of 3 bar. The setting may be changed without the need to dismantle the device by setting the necessary outlet pressure in the range of 1-4 bar for valve-piston reducing valves and 1-6 for diaphragm reducing valves.
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Article Size Packing A B Weight,g Price*
PF RVM 395.15 ½" 20/1 100 117 485 41,4
PF RVM 395.20 ¾" 20/1 131 153 1220 74,8
PF RVM 395.25 1" 20/1 134 160 1400 79,8

It is intended in hot water supply systems for prevention of burns, in self-contained circulation systems of heating floors and radiator heating as a main mixing and control unit between the supply and return pipelines. The valve allows immediately mixing the inlet fluids (hot and cold water) and ensures the stable temperature of the mixed water at the outlet irrespective of changes of the fluid pressure, flow and temperature at the mixing inlets.
Temperature control range: from 38°С to 60°С (from 25°С to 55°С for ½")
The maximum inlet temperature of hot water: 85°С
Working pressure: up to 14 bar
The maximum inlet pressure difference between cold and hot water: 3 bar
Connecting thread: pipe cylindrical thread DIN ISO 228-1
Body material: chromium-plated brass CW617N DIN EN 12165

* Price in EUR include VAT