Valvola termostatica reversa

Unique ref.: 227
Produttore: Caleffi
Famiglia prodotto: HVAC
Gruppo prodotto: Components for central heating systems
Data di pubblicazione: 2018-01-12
Numero edizione: 1
Tipo: Oggetto (oggetto singolo)
Le valvole termostatiche sono tipicamente impiegate per la regolazione del fluido ai radiatori degli impianti di riscaldamento. Abbinate a un comando termostatico o elettrotermico, mantengono costante, al valore impostato, la temperatura ambiente del locale in cui sono installate. In questo modo si evitano indesiderati incrementi di temperatura e si ottengono consistenti risparmi energetici. Queste valvole sono dotate di un particolare codolo con tenuta idraulica in gomma che permette il collegamento al radiatore in modo veloce e sicuro, senza l’ausilio di altro mezzo sigillante.


Materiale principale: Brass
Materiale secondario:
Progettato in: Italy
Prodotto in: Italy

Categoria BIMobject: HVAC - Other HVAC
Classificazione IFC: Valve
Nome UNSPSC: Valves
Codice UNSPSC: 401416
Codice: L7136
Descrizione: Valves
Codice: PR-94-94
Descrizione: Valves
Uniclass 2015 Codice: Ss_60
Uniclass 2015 Descrizione: Heating, cooling and refrigeration systems
Codice: 94-94
Descrizione: Valves
CSI MasterFormat 2014 Code: 23 00 00
CSI MasterFormat 2014 Title: Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Numero OmniClass: 23-27 31 00
Titolo OmniClass: Valves
CSI UniFormat II Code: D30
CSI UniFormat II Title: HVAC
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BIMobject SEEK Properties

HVAC - Other

Nome Valore
Application HVAC
Assembly Code D30
Description Thermostatic radiator valves are typically used for regulating the medium flow to the radiators of heating systems. When combined to a thermostatic or thermo-electric control head, they keep the ambient temperature of the room where they are installed constant at the set value. This prevents unwanted temperature rises and achieves considerable energy savings. These valves have a special tailpiece with rubber hydraulic seal, permitting quick, safe connection to the radiator without the use of additional sealing materials.
Material Brass

COBie UK

UK.COBie.Component

UK.COBie.Component

This property set allows objects to be COBie UK BIM Level 2 classified

Nome Valore
Description Thermostatic radiator valves are typically used for regulating the medium flow to the radiators of heating systems. When combined to a thermostatic or thermo-electric control head, they keep the ambient temperature of the room where they are installed constant at the set value. This prevents unwanted temperature rises and achieves considerable energy savings. These valves have a special tailpiece with rubber hydraulic seal, permitting quick, safe connection to the radiator without the use of additional sealing materials.
UK.COBie.Type

UK.COBie.Type

This property set allows objects to be COBie UK BIM Level 2 classified

Nome Valore
Description Thermostatic radiator valves are typically used for regulating the medium flow to the radiators of heating systems. When combined to a thermostatic or thermo-electric control head, they keep the ambient temperature of the room where they are installed constant at the set value. This prevents unwanted temperature rises and achieves considerable energy savings. These valves have a special tailpiece with rubber hydraulic seal, permitting quick, safe connection to the radiator without the use of additional sealing materials.
Material Brass
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