SELL YOUR PRODUCTS
*mydirectindustry  
English

3-way solenoid valve B5D, 8D, 12D, 16D, 10G
brassautomaticfor refrigerants

3-way solenoid valve
3-way solenoid valve
Add to favorites
Compare this product

Characteristics

Ports/positions
3-way
Body
brass
Other characteristics
automatic, for refrigerants
Pressure

Min.: 450 psi

Max.: 650 psi

DN

Min.: 0.625 in

Max.: 2.125 in

Description

The Sporlan Type 3 Way series valves primary purpose is to control automatically the flow of fluids, liquid or gas. Sporlan 3 Way Valves may be applied to divert flow of refrigerant in heat reclaim, reheat, or defrost applications. The most common use is heat reclaim. When the coil is de-energized the valve diverts refrigerant to the normal condenser. When the coil is energized the valve diverts refrigerant to the reclaim condenser. Two other applications are for split condensers and hot gas defrost. The B5D series are brass valves with extended copper connections. The 8D, 12D, and 16D series valves are powder coated steel bodies with extended copper connections. For Air Conditioning or refrigeration applications it is important to use system capacity, refrigerant, type of fluid, temperature and pressures. It is not recommended to size by line size. Refer to literature or selection program for capacity data and details. Each valve is factory tested to ensure positive leak-free performance. Markets: • Air Conditioning • Refrigeration • Industrial Refrigeration • Transportation Features/Benefits: • Class F coils • E series has extended copper connections. Disassembly for installation is unnecessary • 3 Way pilot eliminates costly low side leaks • “B” type reduces install cost by eliminating the need for a solenoid valve on systems requiring idle condenser pump out. • Mount in vertical or horizontal lines

Catalogs

*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.