DENMARK: Danfoss has introduced what it claims is the first thermostatic expansion valve for use with CO2 refrigerant.
This new solution is based on Danfoss’ established TE2 valve, which is well-known for its accurate and reliable superheat control, easy installation, and good temperature transfer due to their interchangeable orifice assembly and stainless-steel bulb.
Now qualified for CO2, the TE2 features a stainless steel capillary tube and bulb. It is said to be suitable for small to medium size remote refrigeration systems such as cold rooms and display cabinets as used in convenience stores, restaurants, and small supermarkets.
The move follows the extension of the TE2 range in 2020 to make then suitable for use with the mildly flammable, A2L, low GWP refrigerants R454C, R455A and R1234yf.
Danfoss T2 stats for A2L refrigerants – 11 July 2020
DENMARK: The Danfoss T2 and TE2 thermostatic expansion valves are now available for use with the mildly flammable, A2L, low GWP refrigerants R454C, R455A and R1234yf. Read more…