Danfoss has extended its portfolio of CCMT electric regulating valves by introducing an integrated 3-in-1 solution for transcritical CO2 applications. The new product is a valve, transmitter and filter built into one unit, suitable for applications above 100kW.
The electric regulating valves of the refrigeration system are vital components to secure continuous and safe operation of the refrigeration system, thus eliminating food waste.
In a CO2 food retail system, the transcritical electric regulating valve is a crucial component that ensures optimum operation under varying ambient and heat recovery conditions. While the gas by-pass control valve is used to keep an optimum pressure in the liquid line.
Adhering to strict food safety and environmental demands
Danfoss’ CCMT electric regulating valve sizes 16, 24, 30 and 42 now offer an integrated solution with the valve, transmitter and filter built into one unit, allowing for better control during the high pressure transcritical and medium pressure by-pass stages. The reduced number of components eliminates the need for several connections, thereby decreasing the risk of refrigerant leakage and the need for frequent refrigerant filling.
CO2-optimised technology for food retail
Standard features and advantages
Integrates valve, transmitter and filter into one compact unit, reducing complexity of the refrigeration system
Fully serviceable with easy access to individual parts maintenance
Controls transcritical pressure up to 140 bar (1,740 psi)
MOPD up to 90 bar (1160 psi)
Available for large and small capacity applications
Manufactured according ISO/TS16949 for second-to-none quality and reliability
The integrated valve is designed for controlling pressure in transcritical CO2 applications in the food retail sector.
Founded in 1933, the Danish company is a leading supplier of compressors and automated solutions using natural refrigerants to the HVAC&R industry.