Temperature control valves
Self-operated temperature control valves follow the process temperature after the valve and control the opened and closed positions of the valve depending on the proximity of the temperature to the set value.
ARI self-operated temperature control valves are suitable for water, steam, and thermal oil.
For heating and cooling
The temperature control valve consists of the valve itself, a capillary pipe, and a temperature sensor. The temperature sensor is installed at the location where the temperature is to be monitored. If the temperature exceeds or drops below the set value, the sensor triggers the opening or closing of the valve. This occurs with the help of the liquid present in the capillary tube that expands or contracts under the influence of heat.
Self-operated temperature control valves can be applied for both heating and cooling.