Multifunction control valves

CF multifunction control valves serve as a replacement for conventional mechanical, electro-mechanical, and electronically operated valves.

06/24/2016


CF multifunction control valves serve as a replacement for conventional mechanical, electro-mechanical and electronically operated valves. Courtesy: DanfossDanfoss' ICF multifunction control valves serve as a replacement for conventional mechanical, electro-mechanical, and electronically operated valves in the design phase of a refrigeration plant as well as in the installation, service and maintenance. ICF control solutions consist of one valve housing, plus a maximum of four or six function modules. ICF range covers all sizes from DIN 15 to DIN 65 to fit various applications for operators and designers of industrial refrigeration installations. High capacity and pressure drop provide good energy expenditure and overall efficiency.

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