Automatic balance valves

The Low Flow Circuit Sentry automatic balance valves from Bell & Gossett are designed for automatic flow limiting style balancing of both HVAC cooling and heating circuits. Designed for small coils that keep constant fluid flow, the valves automatically compensate for fluctuating pressure conditions.

03/01/2010


 

 

 

The Low Flow Circuit Sentry automatic balance valves from Bell & Gossett are designed for automatic flow limiting style balancing of both HVAC cooling and heating circuits. Designed for small coils that keep constant fluid flow, the valves automatically compensate for fluctuating pressure conditions. Each valve features an integrated P/T port with a “T” handling shutoff, an optional P/T port for flow verification, and a union-ended tailpiece for quick installation. The valve has field adjustable flows between 0.25 to 3.8 GPM and a flow accuracy of +/- 5% of flow setting.

 

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