ICS pilot operated servo valve

ICS is a compact, pilot operated servo valve.
An ICS valve comprises three main components: a valve body, a function module and a top cover.
The function of the ICS valve is defined by the pilot valves connected. Up to 3 pilots can be connected simultaneously to the ICS.
The ICS valves are pilot operated servo valves for regulating pressure, temperature and ON/OFF functions in refrigeration systems. The ICS valves are designed for both low and high pressure refrigerants (up to 52 bar max. working pressure).
The ICS valves can be used on both the low and the high pressure side, in dry and wet suction lines and in liquid lines without phase change (i.e. where no expansion takes place in the valve).
The ICS valve is available as a complete valve and as parts programme. Designed for Industrial Refrigeration applications for a maximum working pressure of 52 bar/754 psig.
· Applicable to HCFC, non flammable HFC, R717 (Ammonia) and R744 (CO2). Flammable hydrocarbons are not recommended. The valve is only recommended for use in closed circuits.
· Direct coupled connections.
· Connection types include butt weld, socket weld, solder and threaded connections.
· Low temperature steel body.
· Low weight and compact design.
· V-port regulating cone ensures optimum regulating accuracy particularly at part load.
· Function module has a Steel piston ring ensuring precise control accuracy.
· Modular Concept.
– Each valve body is available with several different connection types and sizes.
– Valve overhaul is performed by replacing the function module.
– Possible to convert ICS pilot operated servo valve to ICM motor operated valve.
· Manual opening.
· The ICS valve is a multifunction valve where several pilot valves can be mounted into the pilot ports.
· The standard range of pilot valves can be used on all sizes of ICS valves. Pilot valves can be either screwed directly into the ICS valve, thus eliminating the need for solder/weld connections or external pilot lines.
· Pressure gauge connection port to measure valve inlet pressure.
· The top cover can be rotated into any one of four positions without affecting the operation of the valve.
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