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1ZRD5 EBSE8VX100 UNSPSC # 40141612

Thermostatic Expansion Valve: R-22, Straight Through Solder, 10 to 60, External

  • Item # 1ZRD5
  • Mfr. Model # EBSE8VX100
  • UNSPSC # 40141612
  • Catalog Page # 3019 3019
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

The PARKER thermostatic expansion valve is designed for use with refrigeration and air conditioning applications. Capacity is at ARI standard 750-70; at 10°F liquid subcooling. Refrigerant: R-22.

Note: Not for use with ammonia.

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Thermostatic Expansion Valve: R-22, Straight Through Solder, 10 to 60, External

  • Item # 1ZRD5
  • Mfr. Model # EBSE8VX100
  • UNSPSC # 40141612
  • Catalog Page # 3019 3019
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

The PARKER thermostatic expansion valve is designed for use with refrigeration and air conditioning applications. Capacity is at ARI standard 750-70; at 10°F liquid subcooling. Refrigerant: R-22.

Note: Not for use with ammonia.

Technical Specs

  • Item Thermostatic Expansion Valve
  • Type Adjustable
  • Refrigerant R-22
  • Nominal Capacity (Tons) 7-1/2 to 8
  • Equalizer Type External
  • Connection Straight Through Solder
  • Connector Inlet (In.) 5/8 in
  • Connector Outlet (In.) 7/8 in
  • Parker Model Number EBSE-8-VX100
  • Evaporator Temp. Range (F) 10 to 60
  • Capillary Length (In.) 60 in
  • Liquid Subcooling Temp. (F) 10
  • Control Accuracy, Maintained Over a Wide Variation in Evaporator Load, Thereby Minimizing Hunting Flood Back and Coil Starving Problems
  • Balanced Port Design YES
  • ARI Standard 750-70
  • Superheat Externally Adjustable
  • Includes Sensing Bulb Mounting Clamp
  • Not For Use With Ammonia

The PARKER thermostatic expansion valve is designed for use with refrigeration and air conditioning applications. Capacity is at ARI standard 750-70; at 10°F liquid subcooling. Refrigerant: R-22.

Note: Not for use with ammonia.
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