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    cross-charge expansion valve



    Hello

    i have stumbled upen the term cross-charge expansion valve, could someone explain this to me?

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    Re: cross-charge expansion valve

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    In the bulb there is a refrigerant that is used to open and close the valves diaphragm
    dependent on the amount of pressure inside it at the time.

    The refrigerant in the bulb tends to be the same as the refrigerant inside the system.

    If for reasons of control they put a different refrigerant in the bulb to that used inside
    the system, they call this a cross charge.........

    Refrigerants react to certain temps and pressures so if we want something to react
    differently we put a different refrigerant in........ Cross charged.

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    Rob

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    Re: cross-charge expansion valve

    Well that is actual quite simple then, thanks for the fast answer !

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    Re: cross-charge expansion valve

    Quote Originally Posted by WootAC?? View Post
    Well that is actual quite simple then, thanks for the fast answer !
    Fridge guys are quite simple........

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    Re: cross-charge expansion valve

    Go through sporlan selection catalogue or book by roy j dosat..........principles of rerigeration

    d d koranne

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