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Motorized valve is mainly used in heating, air conditioning system, according to the set temperature automatic open/close loop or corresponding terminal, electric two-way valve piston for spring return type closed, motor for synchronous motor, with the auxiliary control, this approach applies to install control an area before manifold, also suitable for direct installation in the end.The connection is made with a live nut, easy installation and quick disassembly.

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Zhejiang Huibo Valve Technology Co., Ltd.

Zhejiang Huibo Valve Technology Co., Ltd. is a leading Wholesale Motorized Valve Manufacturers and Motorized Valve Factory in the valve industry, with more than 25 years of experience, specializing in the field of HAVC system parts and brass valves. Huibo Valve has its own factory, which is located in Yuhuan County, Zhejiang Province, the hometown of brass valves in China.Now as the top manufacturer of high quality HAVC system parts and brass valve, our main products cover brass manifold, stainless steel manifold, thermostatic radiator valve, manual radiator valve,balance valve, motorized valve, air vent, ball valve, gate valve, gas valve, check valve, brass fittings and so on with more than 40 series and 2000 varieties.



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What is Motorized Valve?
A motorized valve, also known as an electrically operated valve or motor actuated valve, is a type of valve that uses an electric motor or actuator to control the opening and closing of the valve mechanism. It is a mechanical device that combines the functions of a valve and an electric motor, allowing for remote and automated control of fluid flow.
The working principle of a motorized valve involves the use of an electric motor or actuator to rotate or move the valve's closure mechanism, such as a disc, ball, or gate, to open or close the flow path. The motor or actuator is typically connected to the valve stem or shaft, providing the necessary force to actuate the valve.
Here are some key components and features of motorized valves:
Electric Motor or Actuator: The electric motor or actuator is the driving force behind the movement of the valve. It converts electrical energy into mechanical motion to operate the valve mechanism.
Valve Mechanism: The valve mechanism refers to the part of the valve that controls the flow of fluid. It can be a disc, ball, gate, or other types of closure mechanisms that are positioned within the valve body. When the motor or actuator is activated, it rotates or moves the valve mechanism to control the flow of fluid.
Control System: Motorized valves are typically integrated into a control system, which includes electrical circuits, sensors, and a controller. The control system allows for remote control and automation of the valve's operation. It can receive input signals from various sources, such as manual switches, timers, sensors, or programmable logic controllers (PLCs).
Position Feedback: Many motorized valves are equipped with position feedback mechanisms, such as limit switches or position sensors. These feedback devices provide information about the position of the valve, allowing for accurate monitoring and control of the valve's operation.
Motorized valves offer several advantages and applications:
Remote Operation: Motorized valves enable remote control and automation of fluid flow, eliminating the need for manual operation or physical presence at the valve location. This feature is particularly useful in applications where valves are located in hard-to-reach or hazardous areas.
Precise Control: Motorized valves allow for precise control of fluid flow rates and volumes. They can be programmed to operate at specific angles or positions, providing accurate regulation of flow for various processes.
Integration with Control Systems: Motorized valves can be seamlessly integrated into larger control systems, such as building automation systems or industrial process control systems. This integration enables centralized control, monitoring, and coordination of multiple valves within a system.
Time and Energy Savings: Automation of valve operation through motorized valves can result in significant time and energy savings. Valves can be programmed to open or close at specific times, optimize flow rates, or respond to specific conditions, improving overall system efficiency.
Safety and Reliability: Motorized valves enhance safety by allowing for remote control and reducing the need for manual valve operation. They also offer reliability through their precise operation, feedback mechanisms, and built-in diagnostics that can detect issues or failures.
Motorized valves find applications in various industries, including HVAC systems, water and wastewater treatment, process industries, power plants, irrigation systems, and more. Their ability to provide remote control, precise regulation, and seamless integration with control systems makes them valuable components in optimizing fluid flow and process automation.