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09 October 2020

SANHUA Electronic Expansion Valve Controller Kit

Dont miss presentation of new SANHUA Electronic Expansion Valve Controller Kit – simple & affordable replacement of TXV for A2L/A3 refrigerants & R744.

Dont miss presentation of new SANHUA Electronic Expansion Valve Controller Kit – simple & affordable replacement of TXV for A2L/A3 refrigerants & R744. Daily presentations at 10h, 13h & 15th. Main SEK presentation is on 15.10. 11.45h in official Chillventa program.

Newest and affordable SANHUA Electronic Expansion Valve Controller Kit - SEK follows market demand to replace thermostatic expansion valves in HFC and HFO refrigeration applications with advanced technology solutions for refrigeration industries. 

Benefits of the new SEK include a wide range refrigerants including R290, CO2 and new A2L options like R455A/R454C/R1234ze – with all required products provided in a single box that delivers the ultimate convenience for installers and technicians. The new SEK comprises SEC controller, LPF electronic expansion valve, pressure transducer (with Packard cable) and temperature sensor, allowing quick and simple system set-up.

SANHUA is also global leader in production of wide range of valves, sensors, and other refrigeration line components that are setting global standards in HVAC&R industry. Recently presented “Green Tech” product line, is designed strictly for all future sustainable solutions based on HFO/HFC and natural refrigerants like Hydrocarbons or R744/CO2.



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