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HENRY TECHNOLOGIES TO FEATURE NEW HIGH-PRESSURE RELIEF VALVES THAT OPERATE WITH NEW REFRIGERANT BLENDS AT AHR SHOW A McCORMICK PLACE IN CHICAGO
Henry Technologies, a leading designer and manufacturer of industrial refrigerant products will be exhibiting a range of new high-pressure relief valves, which improve the operation of refrigeration systems that use new refrigerant blends and operate at higher pressures in Booth No. 2223 in the South Hall at McCormick Place in Chicago.
The new pressure relief valves are Model Nos. 6500, 6501 and 6600. the 6500 series are targeted towards systems operating with new refrigerant blends. These 360 brass alloy valves have been specifically designed to operate with small to medium size systems using R410a refrigerant, the proposed replacement for R22. Pressure range for the 65000 series is 450 to 600 psig at temperature ranges from -20 to 225-degrees F.
The 6600 series pressure relief valves are designed to support new refrigerants operating at higher pressures up to 750 psig. The valve is basically a stainless steel construction The valve body is made of 316 stainless steel, the internal parts 303 stainless steel, the bonnet is 12L14 steel. Pressure range for the valve is 451 to 750 psig at temperature ranges from -20 to 225-degrees F.
Henry Technologies will also demonstrate in their booth a new replacement parts access database for Henry distributors and slaes representative. recently, Henry has placed over a million dollars of new spare parts inventory that provides over 80% coverage for standard replacement parts.
In addition, a full complement of other Henry Technology flow control products, compressor protective devices, and heat transfer products and pressure vessels will be on display.
Henry Technologies, headquartered in Beloit, Wisconsin is a leading designer and manufacturer of industrial refrigeration products including; flow control products, compressor protective devices, heat transfer products and pressure vessels. These products are sold under the Henry Valve, AC&R and Chil-Con brand names. These brands are recognized throughout the refrigeration industry as representing quality and innovative products that provide solutions for a wide variety of refrigeration and air-conditioning applications. Henry Technologies has manufacturing facilities located in Chatham, Illinois, Brantford, Ontario Canada and Glasgow, Scotland.