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Thermostatic Expansion Valves - Danfoss

Thermostatic Expansion Valves - Danfoss

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Danfoss Thermostatic expansion valves manual guide for selection, installation and troubleshooting.
Danfoss Thermostatic expansion valves manual guide for selection, installation and troubleshooting.

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Published by: Ray Ravel on May 16, 2013
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Thermostaticexpansion valves
Fitters notes
REFRIGERATION ANDAIR CONDITIONING
 
Fitters notes Thermostatic expansion valves
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RZ1AH202
DKRCC.PF.A00.A1.02 / 520H0337
 
© Danfoss A/S (RC-CMS/MWA), 03 - 2005
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 Thermostatic expansion valves ............................................................................................................................3Superheat .............................................................................................................................................................4Subcooling ...........................................................................................................................................................4External pressure equalization ......................................................................................................................4Charges .........................................................................................................................................................................5Universal charge .................................................................................................................................................6MOP charge .........................................................................................................................................................6MOP charge with ballast .................................................................................................................................6 Thermostatic expansion valve selection ...........................................................................................................7Identification ...............................................................................................................................................................7Installation ...................................................................................................................................................................9Setting .........................................................................................................................................................................12Orifice assembly replacement ............................................................................................................................13Fault location ............................................................................................................................................................14Danfoss product range ..........................................................................................................................................18
 
Fitters notes Thermostatic expansion valves
© Danfoss A/S (RC-CMS/MWA), 03 - 2005
 
RZ1AH202
DKRCC.PF.A00.A1.02 / 520H0337
3
A thermostatic expansion valve is built uparound a thermostatic element (1) separatedfrom the valve body by a diaphragm.A capillary tube connects the element to a bulb(2) and a valve body with valve seat (3) and aspring (4).
A thermostatic expansionvalve works like this:
 The function of a thermostatic expansion valve isdetermined by three fundamental pressures:P1: Bulb pressure which acts on the uppersurface of the diaphragm, in the valveopening direction.P2: Evaporating pressure which acts on theunderside of the diaphragm, in the valveclosing direction.P3: Spring pressure which also acts on theunderside of the diaphragm, in the valveclosing direction.When the expansion valve regulates, balance iscreated between bulb pressure on one side of the diaphragm and evaporating pressure plusspring force on the other side. The spring is used to set superheat.
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