ES mobile app

Coming Soon...our new mobile app!

Electronic expansion valves and controls

October 27, 2008
/ Print / Reprints /
/ Text Size+

Emerson Climate Technologies, a business of Emerson, announced today the release of its EX series electronic expansion valves and controls in the United States. Complementing the EX series are the EC series network-enabled electronic superheat controllers and drivers. This complete electronic package offers improved energy efficiency and tighter temperature regulation combined with innovative features, such as remote monitoring and diagnostics.

The EX series valves can operate at partial load with the same precision as under full load, fully exploiting the potential for energy savings due to lower condensing pressure levels. The valves also offer a positive shut off function that utilizes a battery back-up built into the controller to close the valve after power loss, eliminating the need for an additional solenoid valve.

 Additional key features of the EX series valves include:

- All stainless steel construction for long life with no corrosion.
- Ceramic slide for low friction, minimum operating force and tight shut off.
- Unique gate valve design providing a linear refrigerant flow characteristic.
- Maximum Operating Pressure (MOP) function to protect compressors from overload.


You must login or register in order to post a comment.



Image Galleries

ES Gallery: Snapshots & Systems

Check out highlights from projects featured in our magazine this year!
3/27/14 11:00 am EST

How to Calculate Backup Power Supply Requirements for Your Facility

On-Demand This webinar reviews how to determine power requirements of facility loads; electrical characteristics and impact of different types of loads such as large motors and UPS systems on power supply sizing; acceptable power sources and other constraints applied by building codes; and how software tools can be used to simplify the process of calculating backup power requirements.  


Engineered Systems Magazine

ES April 2014 cover

2014 April

Check out the April 2014 issue of Engineered Systems, with features on backup power supply requirements, cyberattacks, and much more!

Table Of Contents Subscribe

Design Flaws

Following up on Howard McKew's April "Tomorrow's Environment" column: Have you ever thought twice about reporting problems with another firm's design? What did you do?
View Results Poll Archive


The Green Energy Management Book

Learn from our experts how to evaluate job opportunities, market your services, sell a Walk-through Survey, target areas for an Energy Audit, calculate energy savings, do retrofit work, and win continuing contracts for retrofit work.

More Products

Clear Seas Research

Clear Seas Research ImageWith access to over one million professionals and more than 60 industry-specific publications,Clear Seas Research offers relevant insights from those who know your industry best. Let us customize a market research solution that exceeds your marketing goals.

Tomorrow's Environment Podcast

This series from longtime columnist and chronic forward-thinker Howard McKew covers a lot of ground -- from retrocommissioning to systems training, on toward checklists for drawings and tips for meeting minutes. Click HERE to be taken to the podcast page!


new Facebook icon Twitter icon YouTube iconLinkedIn icon