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Model E Thermostatic Control Valve

The AMOT model E thermostatic control valve is available in various sizes and settings to fill a multitude of fluid temperature control requirements. These valves may be mounted in any position and use the proven expanding wax principle to actuate the 3-way temperature element assemblies. The AMOT model E valves can be used for diverting, mixing or 2-way water-saving limiting valves to prevent scalding in hot water supply systems, such as in emergency water systems for labs.

Price and delivery time will be given on request
Flow rate 0.3...17 m3/hr (1.3...75 gpm)
Housing materials Cast iron, bronze, carbon steel, stainless steel
Seal materials Buna N/Nitrile, viton, neoprene
Element materials Bronze, brass, stainless steel, nickel plated/stainless steel
Pressure ratings 10...68 bar
Port connections (Threaded) 32, 40 mm (1 ¼” & 1 ½”)
Port connections (Flanged) 15, 20, 25, 32 & 40 mm (1/2”, 3/4”, 1, 1 ¼” & 1 ½”)
Valve sizes DN15...DN40
Recommended pressure drop 0.14...0.5 bar (2...7 psi)
Control temperatures 29...114°C (85...237°F)

The AMOT model E thermostatic control valve is available in various sizes and settings to fill a multitude of fluid temperature control requirements. These valves may be mounted in any position and use the proven expanding wax principle to actuate the 3-way temperature element assemblies. The AMOT model E valves can be used for diverting, mixing or 2-way water-saving limiting valves to prevent scalding in hot water supply systems, such as in emergency water systems for labs. Radiant heating systems can use these valves in determining water temperature to avoid surface cracking and over-heating of plastic piping. Other applications include electronic and battery cooling circuits, pump temperature relief valves etc.

In some applications, it is necessary to have leak holes drilled in the element to ensure a small flow between ports A and C. Leak holes are available in sizes ranging from 1.6 mm – 6.3 mm (1⁄16″ – 1⁄4″).

A wide selection of element materials, seals and temperatures are available. Follow the equipment manufacturer’s guidelines for heating/cooling systems.

Temperature settings are available from 29…114°C (85…237°F). Refer to the temperature and element characteristics table on page 7 for specific temperature settings. In general, the temperature quoted is the nominal operating temperature in diverting mode on water systems.

For long life, AMOT valves should not be operated continuously at temperatures in excess of 14°C (25°F) of their maximum continuous rating. For mixing and oil circuits, the temperature may be one to two degrees higher due to flow, viscosity and other system parameters.

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