BROEN Ballofix® Full Flow
Next generation valve technology
BROEN has developed a new unique full flow valve DN10-50 that matches the requirements for reliability, efficiency and quality in modern construction.
- One system – One valve
- Compact full flow design
- All connection technologies
- Unique valve identification
- Patented Danish Design – produced in Denmark
The new BROEN Ballofix® Full Flow valve is the most flexible model on the market, and it provides problem-free use with both new and existing systems, as the material standards and technologies are identical. The BROEN Ballofix® Full Flow valve offers many more possibilities for complete solutions with uniform connection technology and material characteristics.
One system – One valve
Using the same material throughout the entire installation provides a simpler and more secure system, as a combination of different materials is avoided which could affect one another and lead to corrosion.
Compact full flow design
The compact valve housing provides the market’s best insulating option, which matches the requirements for modern HVAC systems. In cases where the valve is not insulated, the flawless full flow design may be of use.
Unique valve identification
All valves are individually marked with a unique valve number. Information about the valve can be found on its side. We also test our valves before they leave the factory in Denmark.
BROEN Ballofix® Full Flow valves are clearly marked by laser to provide information about size, material and tools. Furthermore, a colour code indicates the different materials: green is stainless steel, while red is galvanized steel.
All valves are available with a short or long stem. The long version is a fixed, integrated part of the valve, which ensures proper insulation around the stem.
Replaceable clips in the handle ensure easy identification of e.g. cold and hot water or flow and return flow – and the clip can also be fitted with a label.
Patented Danish design
BROEN Ballofix® Full Flow is developed and produced in Denmark in an Industry 4.0 production environment where automation with robot technology and collection of value adding production data are used for ongoing optimization.
BROEN Ballofix® Full Flow - overview
- Temperature between -35°C - +135°C
- Press, thread or nut
With the BROEN Ballofix® Full Flow valve, you can be confident that all applicable standards for drinking and potable water systems are met. All system components are made of stainless steel and therefore corrosion resistant – even when they are exposed to demineralized or distilled water. BROEN Ballofix® Full Flow valves in stainless steel thus eliminate the risk of mixture with other material types from different components.
BROEN Ballofix® Full Flow in stainless steel is particularly well suited for treated water where you have demanding material requirements. All parts in connection with the water incl. the ball are produced in acid-proof stainless steel (AISI316).
BROEN Ballofix® Full Flow is the best solution for heating systems. Before they leave the factory, the compact fittings are subjected to stringent quality assurance and leakage testing throughout the entire production process. Together with laser welding technology, the energy-optimized flow design gives all fittings a very low internal flow resistance.
BROEN Ballofix® Full Flow is the valve of tomorrow for cooling installations, and it provides the same advantages as those for heating installations: It is the optimal energy-efficient solution with the lowest possible flow resistance. Furthermore, you can adapt the choice of material to the individual installation. BROEN Ballofix® Full Flow valves with increased stem length also provide proper, diffusion-proof insulation for the entire installation.
The BROEN Ballofix® Full Flow valve can be used for a number of air pressure installations. Depending on the water and oil content you can either use the galvanized version or the stainless steel valve to meet bigger demands.
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You can also design your own valve. Try the configurator below: