Expansion valve

The EcoFlow from Danfoss balances the distribution of refrigerant in air conditioning systems, while avoiding misdistribution in evaporator circuits. The valve calculates and adapts refrigerant flow to each circuit by using only one superheat sensor mounted at the evaporator outlet. By detecting imbalances in individual circuits, the valve correct corrects uneven refrigerant distribution and re...

03/01/2010


 

 

 

The EcoFlow from Danfoss balances the distribution of refrigerant in air conditioning systems, while avoiding misdistribution in evaporator circuits. The valve calculates and adapts refrigerant flow to each circuit by using only one superheat sensor mounted at the evaporator outlet. By detecting imbalances in individual circuits, the valve correct corrects uneven refrigerant distribution and reduces superheat temperature, which results in a consistently stable superheat level in each circuit. The valve is applicable in systems ranging from 1 to 7 tons capacity, and the device can boost evaporator performance by more than 30%. www.danfoss.us #5

 

 

 



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