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1 Business Vision DuraDrive VBB/VBS Series Ball Valves and Actuators

2 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 2 DuraDrive, ball valve and actuator assemblies for baseboard heating, fan coil units, VAV re-heat, and unit ventilators Contents: PopTop convenience Maximum simplicity A high level of control for your applications Consistent high level of performance More energy savings Appendix

3 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 3 PopTop Convenience

4 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 4 One-handed removal or engagement of the actuator to the valve body Push lever to release No tools or linkages required Only 1 clearance needed to remove actuator PopTop TM Convenience – Easy to Install Release lever Manual Override 1 inchClearance

5 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 5 Maximum simplicity

6 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 6 Oversize Wrench Flats – Easy to Install VBB/VBS Competitor Contractor friendly Keep threads and flats from deforming Stands up to abuse in the field

7 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 7 Designed as an assembly – interchangeable valves and actuators Non-spring Return Floating or Proportional Spring Return Floating or Proportional Normally Open or Normally Closed Spring Return On/Off (2 Position) Normally Open or Normally Closed Stainless Steel Ball & Stem (VBS) Chrome Plated Brass Ball w/SS Stem (VBB) Stainless Steel Ball Valve & Stem (VBS) ActuatorsValves 2-Way ½ and ¾ 3-Way ½ and ¾

8 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 8 Field Configurable Input Signal Options Configure proportional actuators at point of sale or in the field No special, expensive programming tools required Choice of 0-10 Vdc, 0-5 Vdc, 5-10 Vdc or 4-20 mA Direct Acting or Reverse Acting Greater flexibility, less inventory, fewer skus Jumpers

9 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 9 A high level of control for your applications

10 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 10 300:1 Rangeability = Better Control Rangeability is a design characteristic of a valve defined as the ratio of the maximum controllable flow to the minimum controllable flow. For a given valve size, the higher the rangeability, the better because the valve can control a smaller flow rate.

11 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 11 Better Control 300:1 Rangeability Better control at low flow Greater control of temperature More stable system Example: -Maximum controllable flow through valve = 100 gallons/min (gpm) - Minimum controllable flow through valve = 2 gallons/min (gpm) Rangeability = 100/2 = 50/1

12 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 12 Consistent high level of performance

13 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 13 Exploded View – VBB/VBS Design PTFE seals allow for lower friction and higher temperature resistance. With the addition of wave springs, the PTFE seals continually adjust for wear and contamination. Less torque required to move ball allows use of smaller actuators Unique, patented design

14 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 14 Reliability Assured 100% inspected AND water tested under pressure Fewer call-backs Trouble-free performance

15 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 15 More energy savings

16 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 16 Valve leakage, why is it important? If you dont control at close-off, you dont have control. ANSI 2 ANSI 3 ANSI 4 *MAX Leakage for 4.5 Cv valve, 3 psi Pressure Drop in 15 minutes

17 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 17 DuraDrive ball valves with ANSI IV rating ANSI IV rated both A and B ports for 3 –way valves

18 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 18 Product Range

19 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 19 Ball Valve Product Range 2-Way Ball Valve Assemblies ½" ¾" 1" 1¼" 1½" 2" 2½" 3" 3-Way Ball Valve Assemblies ½" ¾" 1" 1¼" 1½" 2" VBB2Nx VBB3Nx VB-2313-x VB-2213-x 75% of applications are ½ to ¾ Valve and actuator designed together as a system for optimal performance

20 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 20 Assembly Part number as easy as adding a ActuatorValve BodyComplete Assembly DuraDrive VBB/VBS Part Numbering

21 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 21 Valve Body Part Number Scheme Example: VBB3N02 – ½ 3-way 1.0 Cv brass ball and stem

22 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 22 Actuator Part Number Scheme All other part number field characters share common designations Spring return Wiring M1 versus M2 M1 Floating and proportional M2 2-Position

23 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 23 Actuator Part Number Scheme – M1 Example: M113A00 – Proportional Normally Open SR w/ Terminal Block

24 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 24 Actuator Part Number Scheme – M2 Example: M210A12 – 2-Position 24V Normally Open 18 lead w/ Aux Switch

25 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 25 Appendix

26 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 26 DuraDrive Ball Valve Assembly Literature F-27395 Selection Guide F-27681 Sales Brochure F-27392 Installation Instructions Two-Position Actuator F-27393 Installation Instructions Floating Actuator F-27394 Installation Instructions Proportional Actuator

27 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 27

28 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 28

29 Schneider Electric| Ball Valves for HVAC | July, 2010 29 Competitive Comparison


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