Inverted flare zone valve for retrofit and new construction

This zone valve line uses microcircuit-based logic to control a gear-driven electronic actuator that drives a ball valve-based body design.


This inverted flare zone valve is suited for retrofit and new construction work.This inverted flare zone valve is suited for retrofit and new construction work. The zone valves improve the overall performance of any hydronic system. This zone valve line uses microcircuit-based logic to control a gear-driven electronic actuator that drives a ball valve-based body design. The valve is available with either a normally open or normally closed actuator and can be installed in any direction, in any orientation. Ideal for use with heating and cooling applications, these valves are designed primarily for baseboard, fan coil, radiator, convector, heat pump, and radiant applications. The connection allows contractors to replace an existing inverted flare valve without having to cut and sweat pipe.


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