Three way actuated valve
(electrically or pneumatically)
AMOT Model G rotary 3-way actuated control valves provide a high degree of accuracy for precise temperature control in both mixing and diverting applications over a wide flow range and a variety of fluids. The durable valve is designed to withstand high-vibration applications and is easy to maintain.
Features and Benefits:
Easy to integrate into existing systems
Flexible design - ports can be configured to suit installation
Simplified set up and maintenance - hand wheel allows manual adjustment of valve (optional on pneumatic valve)
For engines, turbines, gearboxes and heat exchangers:
Charge air cooling
Secondary cooling systems
Fuel and lube oil preheating
Engine jacket water
For refineries, chemical plants and oil reporduction:
Waste heat boilers
These valves are delivered in both standard- and high flow-version. The values in the table are for the high flow-version.
Temperature ranges: Liquid temperatures up to 100°C (212°F) Contact us if you need a valve for higher operating temperatures.
Materials: Stainless Steel
Connections: Flanged ANSI
Amot BO-valve model code example: (See also table in data sheet p. 17)
06GGSDBS32EABCAAA: 6'' GG-valve, standard flow (S), duktile iron (D), flange PN10 (B), standard rotor (S), rotor position cold (3) rotor position hot (2), actuator 100-120 VAC 50/60Hz (EA), actuator input 4-20mA (B), actuator position output 4-20mA (CA), no customer customizations (AA)
08GGSDCS32EABCAAA: same as above, but 8'' valve with PN16-flange.
Model G 3-way temperature control valve acts as an integral part of your electrical, pneumatic or electro-pneumatic system. The electric G-valve system is easy to install, while the pneumatic system is ideal when there is a lack of electricity or when a failsafe system is required. The electro-pneumatic system combines the features and functionality of AMOT's electronic control system with the flawless advantages of a pneumatically actuated valve. The position sensor on both electrical and electro-pneumatic versions allows for direct connection to an engine management system.