How to Identify your Current Danfoss Solenoid valve

The EV210B or EV220B part numbers can be found on the armature tube or alternatively a descriptive part number can also be found on the armature tube.


Identification of Danfoss solenoid valves:

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  • Illustration 1  – Shows the label with relevant information
    that is attached to the coil.
    The example here is from an EV220B solenoid valve:
    15: 15 mm orifice
    B: Brass body material
    G 12: ISO 228/1, 1/2 inch connection
    E: EPDM seal material
    NC: Normally closed
  • Illustration 2 – The coil type (BB230AS) is printed on the front of
    the coil as well as voltage (V) and frequency (Hz)
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If the the coil label cannot be read, the valve can be identified from the letter/
number combination stamped in the valve body.
Example:
Part-number-stamp
Valve identification missing
If no code is stamped in the valve, the following
information will be of great help when ordering
Danfoss solenoid valves as replacements:
• Application (closed circuit, open system or drain application)?
• Function (de-energised open or closed)?
• End connection?
• Medium (water, oil, air, etc.)?
• kv value?
• Coil voltage?
• Alternating (ac) or direct current (dc)?