Valvepack based on Danfoss PVG
We deliver valvepacks based on Danfoss PVG.
Based on Danfoss PVG/PVE valve centrals
Configurable for 1 to 8 valve modules. Can also be suited with a LS AB kit for controlling the flow and pressure for each valve. Tested to -3000m
PVG valve central
The PVG 32 valve central has been leading on marine and land based equipment since the seventies. Now Nexum Engineering and Hyco – the local Sauer Danfoss dealer, has made a subsea conversion kit for the valve. The kit is made to utilize the features built into the PVG 32 system.
Speed to marked
Together Nexum and Hyco aim to keep all parts necessary for building a subsea valve on the shelf.
The flexible “Lego” building system used by Danfoss make it possible to tailor made each valve central to suit most applications. The system allows you to add or subtract valves from the stack. It is also possible to change spool capacity.
The PVG 32 valve is fully proportional with a large variety of spools available. The spools are divided in groups that refer to maximum flow out. The PGV 32 valve has a pressure compensator in each section. This feature allows the operator to run hydraulic fluid into several users with different need for flow and pressure at the same time.
The lowest flow rate is 0-5L/min and 0-130L/min is the highest flow rate available. In between there is 16, 25, 65, and 100L/min.
The valve central can be supplied with an Innova PWM 16 amplifier card. PWM 16 card is adapted to the Innova Cute GUI, but the card can also be controlled by tailor-made GUI.
Danfoss PVG 32 can be set up to limit the pressure out on each port. The Nexum subsea kit can be equipped with an extra proportional pressure relief valve. The electric spool on this valve can be remote controlled and allows the pressure to be reduced individually on the a and b port.
Material and surface treatment
The Danfoss valve is fabricated in cast steel. To ensure properly life in seawater the valve is painted. The Nexum subsea kit is made in hard anodized aluminum.