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Nuremberg debut for Henry products

Intel-Oil-CHILLVENTA 2016 PREVIEW: Henry Technologies promises a host of new products in Nuremberg including new transcritical Co2 safety devices, an extended range of IntelOil electronic oil controllers and levels sensors, plus liquid level probes.

The IntelOil Controller monitors and maintain the oil level in the compressor crankcase using proven high resolution float sensor technology. It is suitable for low and high pressure oil management system with either scroll or reciprocating compressors. The oil controller is approved for HCFC, HFC and CO2 refrigerants and their associated oils.

Henry Technologies

Chillventa, Nuremberg, October 11-13
Hall 6, stand 228

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