The 2 Way Manifold Ball Valve (1/4 Turn) with Protection, composed of a “dry” 2-way pressure gauge analyzer, is designed for refrigerant gas charging. It is equipped with an aluminum bridge that includes 2 valves and two 68 mm diameter pressure gauges of class 1.6. The pressure gauges are color-coded for easy identification: BLUE for low pressure and RED for high pressure.
The controls are ball valve type (1/4 turn), which facilitates recharging operations. It is suitable for use with various types of gases such as R22, R134a, R404, and R407C.
Threaded connections of 1/4 SAE for safe and efficient installation. The pressure gauges feature a PVC protection case, making them highly resistant to impacts. The central service connection incorporates a purge valve to enhance safety during use. It has a folding hook anchored in the shaft, allowing a 360º rotation. The pressure gauges display the scale in bar/PSI for accurate reading. They are ideal for charging refrigerant gases in refrigeration equipment.
Advantages of the 2 Way Manifold Ball Valve
The pressure gauges
The set of this analyzer group consists of two gauges, one for high pressure and another for low pressure. These pressure gauges are certainly essential for accurately measuring working pressures in refrigeration and air conditioning systems.
Refrigerant gas scale
The gauges included in this analyzer group are designed to work with a wide range of refrigerant gases, such as R22, R134a, R404, and R407C. This allows for greater versatility and adaptability to different refrigeration systems.
1/4 turn controls
One of the most notable features of this analyzer group is undoubtedly its 1/4 turn control system. This means that to open or close the refrigerant gas flow, you only need to turn the control a quarter turn instead of turning it several times as in other systems.
Advantages of the 1/4 turn system
The 1/4 turn system offers several advantages compared to conventional opening and closing systems. Some of these advantages are:
- Faster operation for opening and closing.
- Less wear and longer service life of internal components.
- Less effort and fatigue for the operator.