Gas valves are used to regulate the flow of flammable gases to and from a boiler or other gas equipment. Redundant gas valves control the passage of gas to the burner in a gas furnace or other gas-fueled devices. The purpose of a redundant gas valve is to allow the pilot valve operator, or, the main valve operator to shut off the flow of gas to the main burner. This redundancy creates more options and allows opportunities to keep the gas from the burner whenever necessary. Maxitrol Combination Controls are perfect for use in many applications such as gas boilers, power burners, spa heaters, wall furnaces, gas fires, patio heaters, agricultural heaters, and commercial cooking appliances. In addition, these combination controls are suitable for natural, manufactured, mixed gases, liquefied petroleum gases, and LP gas-air mixtures. At N.H. Yates, we are proud representatives of the entire line of Maxitrol products, including the Maxitrol Combination Controls.
Models of Maxitrol Combination Controls
Maxitrol Combination Controls for gas equipment come in several models that are appropriate for different application and needs. Here is a brief outline of each model and their capabilities:
Maxitrol Combination Control Model CV100
The CV100 is a single solenoid shut-off valve with an integrated pressure regulator. This model gas regulator is used for applications with high capacity pilot lines such as gas boilers and power burners.
Maxitrol Combination Control Model CV200
The CV200 is a dual-solenoid shut-off valve with an integrated pressure regulator. The CV200 is a redundant combination control that is used in direct spark or hot surface ignition applications. This unit eliminates the need for a standing or continuous burning pilot flame. Some appropriate applications for the CV200 include direct vent gas-fired baseboard heaters, space heaters, wall furnaces, water heaters, gas fireplaces, and commercial cooking appliances.
Maxitrol Combination Control Model CV300
The CV300 is a dual solenoid shut-off valve with an integrated pressure regulator, however, an optional pressure regulated pilot gas outlet is available. Appropriate applications for the CV300 include gas fires, commercial cooking appliances, and patio heaters.