10 New Honeywell V5013 Mixing And Diverting Valves From DtiCorp.com


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Fort Lauderdale, FL - Popular Honeywell online retailer DtiCorp.com (http://www.DtiCorp.com) is introducing 10 brand new Honeywell V5013 Mixing And Diverting Valves. The V5013 is a three-way valve for control of hot water, cold water, and glycol solutions (up to 50% concentration) in heating or cooling applications. These valves are used in two-position or modulating control systems. They can be used for mixing service (V5013B and F) to direct flow from one of two inlets to a common outlet or for diverting service (V5013C) to direct flow from a common inlet to one of two outlets. Mixing and diverting valves are not interchangeable.

It is important to understand the differences between mixing valves (V5013B,F) and diverting valves (V5013C). When applied to valves, the terms mixing and diverting do not always carry the same connotation as when applied to applications. Namely, a mixing application does not always use a mixing valve. The type of valve used is dependent upon the piping of the application. A mixing valve receives input flow at two ports, and discharges the mixed flow at the third port. A diverting valve receives input flow at one port, and diverts the flow to one of two output ports.

The terms diverting application and mixing application do not always clearly define the appropriate V5013. The proper V5013 depends on the valve piping. One example of this is the coil bypass application. A diverting valve installed upstream of the coil determines the flow through the coil. This is functionally the same as a mixing valve installed downstream of the coil directing water from either the coil or the bypass to the return piping. Almost all new installations can use a V5013B,F Mixing Valve, given an appropriate mixing valve piping arrangement. It is important to check the valve stem to see that it operates freely. Impaired valve stem operation may indicate that the body was twisted by faulty piping or the stem was bent by rough handling. Either of these conditions may warrant replacement of the valve body or other components. The valve should be checked at regular intervals for leakage around the packing. The packing is spring-loaded and should seldom require attention. If leakage is discovered and inspection shows that the packing gland is screwed down tightly, the valve must be repacked.


- Mixing or diverting models.
- Bronze body with threaded connections or cast iron body with flanged-end connections.
- Stainless steel stem and replaceable seats.
- Spring-loaded, self-adjusting packing.
- Constant total flow throughout full stem travel.
- Linear flow characteristic for each port, providing constant total flow control of water or glycol solutions (up to 50% concentration).
- Suitable for pneumatic or electric/electronic actuation.
- Repacking kits available for field servicing.

Product Specifications:

- Flow Characteristics: Linear, constant total flow throughout full plug travel.
- Maximum Pressure Differential:

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