Temperature Control Valves

In operation Walton Temperature Control Valves work continuously to maintain a constant system temperature by automatically proportioning fluid between the cooler and the bypass to maintain the required temperature. The movement of a rotor within the valve causes the necessary flow distribution to achieve this.

Valve diverts all fluid through the bypass to enable the required temperature to be reached quickly.

Valve divides the fluid between the bypass and cooler to maintain the required temperature.

Valve sends all the fluid through the cooler to reduce the temperature.

The following actuation types are available:

Self acting valves

Self acting (direct operated) valves incorporate a temperature sensor inside the valve, and operate independently of external power supplies.

Electrically operated valves

Electrically operated valves are powered by an external electric actuator, with control provided by a separate electronic control unit, and temperature sensing by remote transmitter, transducer or resistance thermometer.

Pneumatically operated valves

Pneumatically operated valves are powered by an external pneumatic actuator, with control provided by a pneumatic controller with external temperature sensing.

Gas operated valves

Gas operated valves are designed to control refrigerant gas pressures – and hence the temperature of refrigerated or air-conditioned areas – in marine systems in which the condenser is cooled by sea water.

We are always willing to create a customised solution for your application if none of our standard products are suitable

Our advanced computer aided design software and the flexible nature of the Walton valve design mean that this can often be a cost-effective approach.

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