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    Question Help with Danfoss thermostatic valve



    Dear all,

    need your help, because I want to help to my friend...

    The question is ... how to replace damaged valve ...

    Installed is Danfoss thermostatic valve body code 026H1164 is not available

    pilot orifice code for above valve is 067B2790
    thermostatic element code is 067B3310
    and flange set code is 02N1032

    Please help me with equivalent replacement ... if possible non electronic type!

    Thanks for your time and effort.

    Best regards, Josip



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    Re: Help with Danfoss thermostatic valve

    you can use the ICM valve with ICAd it's an electronic solution or twin up a pair of TE 55 valves.
    What is the systems design conditions and refrigerant type and I'll try to select required valves and any options possible

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    Re: Help with Danfoss thermostatic valve

    As always, great advice from Mr Glenn

    But sometimes you just want a big valve - like the old days...

    http://ph.parker.com/us/en/thermosta...sporlan-type-w

    Don't them 4 bolt flanges bring some memories!

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    Re: Help with Danfoss thermostatic valve

    Hi Guys,
    many thanks for suggestions ... maybe two pieces of TE55 can solve the problem ...

    TE55 max capacity with R134a is about 220 kW
    TRE80 max capacity with R134a is about 196 kW

    PHT 125-1 at -5/45*C with R134a capacity is 428 kW



    some new moment i.e. info:

    old valve is PHTN 125 (R134a)
    for about 500kW at -3/43*C

    Thermostatic element code 067B3310 (cap 3 m)
    Orifice No.1 code 067B2090
    Valve body code 026H1164
    Velding flanges 1 1/4" code 027N1032


    Hope this will be of some help to find the best equivalent valve ... in general not electronic type

    thanks for your time and effort.


    Best regards, Josip

    It's impossible to make anything foolproof because fools are so ingenious...

    Don't ever underestimate the power of stupid people when they are in large groups.

    Please, don't teach me how to be stupid....
    No job is as important as to jeopardize the safety of you or those that you work with.

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