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Control/PID Valve

09/11/2015 4:09 AM

What 4-20 mA electric actuated valve can you recommend to me? It will control the temperature by limiting the steam.

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Re: Control/PID valve

09/11/2015 4:17 AM

Find something that is typically sold and serviced locally, but also has an international presence. GlobalSpec is a good place to search for suppliers.

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09/11/2015 1:13 PM

Yes, he may find in Honeywell - they are into manufacturing smart valves with his typical application or perhaps from flowserve -I guess and assume such brands are on the list in Global Spec.

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Re: Control/PID Valve

09/13/2015 11:38 PM

http://www.weynlauwers.be/folder%2006.1/p26-27.PDF

Is this ok? I need a motorized electric actuator with 4-20 mA control, 1 inch pipe

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Re: Control/PID Valve

09/14/2015 1:49 AM

I also need up to 120 psi, and up to 180 C°.

Can i also use this?

http://cdn.valworx.com/downloads/datasheets/valworx/5660.pdf

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Re: Control/PID Valve

09/15/2015 1:29 PM

You need to start a dialogue with your local, friendly, Valves Distributor. You'll find them in your local Yellow Pages, among many other places, together with their phone number. They've got so many Valves available, they'll sell you one just to get rid of it.

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Re: Control/PID Valve

09/14/2015 5:31 AM

With that snippet, I can't recommend anything at all, Mildred.

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Re: Control/PID Valve

09/25/2015 2:06 AM

All you need is to call the valve suppliers and explain to them what is your requirement in your control and they will proposed you the suitable valve for your steam control. Since you are controlling the temperature by limiting the steam, then you need to look for the steam valve suppliers. These valves are different from the normal valve we use for water or for gas.

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