Drives & valves for building automation
To meet the demanding day-to-day life of actuators, we have placed special emphasis on the durability and reliable operation of our DEOS actuators & valves. Due to the numerous design variants, the actuators as well as the valves are suitable for the most diverse applications and requirements, both for new buildings and for the modernization or expansion of existing plants.
From 2023, the DEOS product portfolio will be complemented by thermal actuators and compatible valves for controlling valves in zone and fan coil applications.
Drives and valves at a glance
With cast iron body, PN 6 and PN 16 in nominal sizes DN 15 to DN 150.
Linear, rotary and damper actuators
With CAN bus for direct control with our OPEN control system.
As thermoelectric actuators for operating valves on heating circuit manifolds, radiators, convectors, etc.
With gunmetal body, PN 16 in nominal sizes DN 15 to DN 50.
For motorization of butterfly and control valves.
Control ball valves
Optionally with female or male thread, PN 6 Control elements for hot and cold water circuits in air handling units and heating systems. Additional 6-way characterized control valves for easy realization of combined heating/cooling systems.
Damper and rotary actuators
With BACnet MS/TP incl. Sensor integration thanks to three additional inputs.
Spring return actuators
For dampers with safety function.
For a wide range of applications in conjunction with threaded and flanged valves, with positioning force from 500 N to 4500 N, partly available as high-speed version or with emergency positioning function.
TV studio NOS
IKEA Furniture Stores
State Hall Groningen
Sport Center De Swaneburg
Superior Court Berlin
Airport Tower Frankfurt a. M.
Georg Utz GmbH
TEEKANNE GmbH & Co. KG
The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
MAHAG Audi Zentrum
Life insurance ERGO
STCI food wholesalers
IKEA Augsburg saves heatingcosts with DEOS TEO
Avida Tower Verta residential building
Museum of History of Islamic Science (MHIS)
Kroma Tower residential building