Emerson Launches Next-Gen Thermal Expansion Valve

Originally published: 10.30.12 by


Emerson Climate Technologies recently announced its Emerson NXT Series R-410A Thermal Expansion Valve, a balanced ported valve designed for high efficiency R-410A air conditioning and heat pump applications.  

NXT Series valves operate over a wide range of conditions and applications, while offering excellent performance, superior reliability, and unparalleled valve life, the company says. It is designed to be the ideal thermal expansion valve for both new system designs and field service.

Key product features include:

  • 1-7 ton capacity range
  • Stainless steel power element for corrosion protection
  • Enhanced diaphragm design for extended life
  • Engineered polymer check valve option for increased reverse flow and improved reliability in split-system heat pump applications
  • Balanced port construction for varying ambient conditions and evaporator loads
  • Bi-flow capability for packaged systems and heat pump applications
  • Laser etched identification markings for permanent legibility

For more information: www.emersonclimate.com

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