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April 2010 / RACE RACE Catalogue UK/ Página 1 Catalogue30-10 30-10 UK

22, 134a, 401A, 402A, 404A, 407C, 502, 507

Types B6 and E6

Series

Solenoid Valves

The right solenoid valve for any job

RACE Catalogue 30-10 UK / Page 1

Sporlan Solenoid Valves



Molded coil for most sizes.



Class "F" temperature rating - Coil types MKC-1, MKC-2, and OMKC-2.



Extremely rugged, simple design - few parts.



"E" Series may be brazed without disassembly.



Tight closing through use of synthetic seating material.



Can be used with most commercially available CFC, HCFC and HFC refrigerants because of high MOPD ratings. Consult Sporlan, Washington, MO for refrigerants not listed.



Synthetic coated metal gaskets minimize external leaks.

Bulletin 30-10, April 2007 supersedes Bulletin 30-10, February 2001, 30-10-3, August 1997 and all prior publications. © 2007 by Sporlan Division - Parker Hannifin

Benefits

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Contents

Sporlan Solenoid Valves

SELECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 CAPACITIES Liquid Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Suction Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Air & Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Steam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Discharge Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 SPECIFICATIONS Types A3, E3 and E5 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Types B6 and E6 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Types B9 and E9 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Types B10 and E10 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Types B14 and E14 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Types B19 and E19 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Types B25 and E25 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Types E35 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Type E42 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Built-In Check Valve Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Industrial Solenoid Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 DESIGN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 CONSTRUCTION DETAILS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 NET and SHIPPING WEIGHTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 IDENTIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 APPLICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

SOLENOID VALVES Installation and Service Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Request Bulletin 30-11 3-Way Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Request Bulletin 30-20

NOT FOR USE WITH HAZARDOUS OR CORROSIVE FLUIDS

RACE Catalogue 30-10 UK / Page 3

Sporlan Solenoid Valves

Features

Experience

Unsurpassed Reliability

For more than sixty-five years Sporlan has provided sound engineering principles and craftsmanship to produce top quality solenoid valves and other flow control devices for the air conditioning and refrigeration industry.

A combination of top quality materials used in both the internal and external construction ensures unsurpassed product reliability. This is verified by periodic accelerated life tests.

Top Quality Continuing Research Through continuing research Sporlan has produced constant product improvements as well as innovative designs. Examples of Sporlan’s research developments include: synthetic coated metal gaskets; solenoid pilot control; synthetic seating; color coded lead wires; floating disc construction; extended solder type connections; Class "F" coil.

Peak Performance To assure peak performance, Sporlan uses thoroughly proven synthetic materials, resulting in lasting valve seat tightness. The high MOPD ratings of most Sporlan Solenoid Valves allow their use on any application using the common refrigerants.

Testing is performed during all phases of production followed by 100% testing for body and seat tightness, electrical characteristics and valve operation. Sporlan packaging protects this quality for the ultimate user.

Complete Line Sporlan offers a complete line of solenoid valves to the industry. They are available in all capacities and connection sizes for air conditioning and refrigeration applications.

Selection - Capacity Rating The following information should be available when selecting a Sporlan Solenoid Valve:

For Liquid Line capacity data, see Page 4 and 5 and individual specification pages.

• Refrigerant or fluid to be controlled. • Capacity required. • MOPD - Maximum Operating Pressure Differential required. • Electrical specifications - volts and cycles. With this information, the correct valve can be selected from the Selection Tables.

For Suction Line capacity data, see capacity tables Page 6 and 7. For Discharge Gas capacity data, see capacity tables Page 6 and 7. All solenoid valves are tested and rated in accordance with A.R.I. Standard No. 760-2001.

OB25S2

-

B25S2

-

-

MB25S2

MB9P2 MB9F2 MB9S2 MB10F2 MB10S2 MB14P2 MB14S2 MB19S2 MB19P2 MB19S2 MB25P2

MB6S1

Normally Closed MB6P1 MB6F1

With Manual Lift Stem

Normally Closed E3S120 E3S130 E5S120 E5S130 E6S130 E6S140 E9S230 E9S240 E10S240 E10S250 E14S250 E19S250 E19S270 E25S270 E25S290 E35S190 E35S1110 E42S2130 E42S2170

Normally Open OE9S230 OE9S240 OE10S240 OE10S250 OE14S250 OE19S250 OE19S270 OE25S270 OE25S290 OE35S190 OE35S1110 OE42S2130 OE42S2170

Normally Closed ME6S130 ME6S140 ME9S230 ME9S240 ME10S240 ME10S250 ME14S250 ME19S250 ME19S270 ME25S270 ME25S290 ME35S190 ME35S1110 ME42S2130 ME42S2170

Without Manual Lift Stem

"E" Series EXTENDED CONNECTIONS

Without Manual Lift Stem

TYPE NUMBER

3/8 NPT Female 1/4 SAE Flare 0.101 1/4 ODF Solder 3/8 ODF Solder 1/4 ODF Solder 0.150 3/8 ODF Solder 3/8 NPT Female 3/8 SAE Flare 3/16 3/8 ODF Solder 1/2 ODF Solder 3/8 NPT Female 3/8 SAE Flare 9/32 3/8 ODF Solder 1/2 ODF Solder 1/2 SAE Flare 5/16 1/2 ODF Solder 5/8 ODF Solder 1/2 NPT Female 7/16 5/8 ODF Solder 5/8 ODF Solder 3/4 NPT Female 19/32 7/8 ODF Solder 1 NPT Female 7/8 ODF Solder 25/32 1-1/8 ODF Solder 1-1/8 ODF Solder 1 1-3/8 ODF Solder 1-5/8 ODF Solder 1-15/1 2-1/8 ODF Solder

CONNECTIONS Inches

PORT SIZE inches

Correction Factor

1.35 1.43

40

1.30 1.37

50

1.25 1.31

60

1.20 1.25

70

1.15 1.19

80

1.10 1.13

90 1.05 1.07

100 1.00 1.00

110 0.94 0.94

120 0.89 0.87

130 0.84 0.81

140

5

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

9.1 12.9 15.8 18.2 20.3 8.5 12.0 14.7 17.0 18.9 9.1 12.9 15.8 18.2 20.4 6.0 8.5 10.4 12.0 13.4

6.4 9.1 11.1 12.8 14.3 6.0 9.5 10.4 12.0 13.4 6.4 9.1 11.1 12.8 14.4 4.2 6.0 7.3 8.5 9.4

4.7 6.6 8.1 9.3 10.4 4.4 6.2 7.5 8.7 9.7 4.7 6.6 8.1 9.3 10.4 3.1 4.4 5.3 6.2 6.9

2.9 4.0 4.9 5.7 6.4 2.7 3.8 4.6 5.3 5.9 2.9 4.1 4.9 5.7 6.4 1.9 2.7 3.3 3.8 4.2

1.6 2.2 2.8 3.3 3.6 1.5 2.1 2.6 3.0 3.3 1.6 2.3 2.8 3.3 3.7 1.1 1.5 1.9 2.2 2.4

Correction Factor

1.38 1.63

40

1.32 1.55

50

1.28 1.46

60

1.22 1.37

70

1.17 1.28

80

1.11 1.19

90

1.06 1.10

100

1.00 1.00

110

0.95 0.90

120

0.89 0.80

130

0.83 0.70

140

60.9 82.3 98.2 111 123 56.7 76.7 91.5 104 114 61.0 82.5 98.0 112 123 40.4 54.6 65.1 73.8 81.4

38.9 56.8 70.9 83.0 93.7 36.3 53 66.2 77.4 87.4 39.0 56.9 71.0 83.1 93.8 25.6 37.3 46.6 54.4 61.5

23.8 33.8 41.4 47.8 53.5 22.2 31.5 38.6 44.6 49.9 23.9 33.8 41.4 47.9 53.6 15.7 22.2 27.3 31.5 35.3

Refrigerant Liquid Temperature °F R-401A R-402A

4

These factors include corrections for liquid refrigerant density and net refrigerating effect and are based on an average evaporator temperature of 40°F. For each 10°F reduction in evaporating temperature, capacities are reduced by approximately 1-1/2%.

R-22 R-134a

Refrigerant Liquid Temperature °F

3

402A

Liquid Capacity Selection Table

REFRIGERANT LIQUID TEMPERATURE CORRECTION FACTORS

2

PRESSURE DROP - psi*

401A

TONS OF REFRIGERATION 134a

0.9 1.3 1.6 1.9 2.1 0.8 1.2 1.5 1.7 1.9 0.9 1.3 1.6 1.9 2.1 0.6 0.9 1.1 1.3 1.4

1

22

13.9 19.8 24.2 28.0 31.4 13.0 18.4 22.6 26.1 29.2 14.0 19.8 24.3 28.1 31.4 9.2 13.0 16.0 18.5 20.7

*Do not use below 1 psi pressure drop, except Types A3 and E3 valves. Liquid capacities for Refrigerants 22, 134a, 401A and 402A shown in the above table are based on 40°F evaporating and 100°F liquid case.

B9P2 B9F2 B9S2 B10F2 B10S2 B14P2 B14S2 B19S2 B19P2 B19S2 B25P2

B6S1

B6P1 B6F1

A3S1

Normally Open OB9P2 OB9F2 OB9S2 OB10F2 OB10S2 OB14P2 OB14S2 OB19S2 OB19P2 OB19S2 OB25P2

Normally Closed A3P1 A3F1

Without Manual Lift Stem

"A" AND "B" Series Valves

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22, 134a, 401A, 402A

OB25S2

-

B25S2

-

-

MB25S2

MB9P2 MB9F2 MB9S2 MB10F2 MB10S2 MB14P2 MB14S2 MB19S2 MB19P2 MB19S2 MB25P2

MB6S1

Normally Closed MB6P1 MB6F1

With Manual Lift Stem

Normally Closed E3S120 E3S130 E5S120 E5S130 E6S130 E6S140 E9S230 E9S240 E10S240 E10S250 E14S250 E19S250 E19S270 E25S270 E25S290 E35S190 E35S1110 E42S2130 E42S2170

Normally Open OE9S230 OE9S240 OE10S240 OE10S250 OE14S250 OE19S250 OE19S270 OE25S270 OE25S290 OE35S190 OE35S1110 OE42S2130 OE42S2170

Normally Closed ME6S130 ME6S140 ME9S230 ME9S240 ME10S240 ME10S250 ME14S250 ME19S250 ME19S270 ME25S270 ME25S290 ME35S190 ME35S1110 ME42S2130 ME42S2170

With Manual Lift Stem

"E" SERIES EXTENDED CONNECTIONS

Without Manual Lift Stem

TYPE NUMBER

3/8 NPT Female 1/4 SAE Flare 1/4 ODF Solder 3/8 ODF Solder 1/4 ODF Solder 3/8 ODF Solder 3/8 NPT Female 3/8 SAE Flare 3/8 ODF Solder 1/2 ODF Solder 3/8 NPT Female 3/8 SAE Flare 3/8 ODF Solder 1/2 ODF Solder 1/2 SAE Flare 1/2 ODF Solder 5/8 ODF Solder 1/2 NPT Female 5/8 ODF Solder 5/8 ODF Solder 3/4 NPT Female 7/8 ODF Solder 1 NPT Female 7/8 ODF Solder 1-1/8 ODF Solder 1-1/8 ODF Solder 1-3/8 ODF Solder 1-5/8 ODF Solder 2-1/8 ODF Solder

CONNECTIONS Inches

PORT SIZE Inches

Correction Factor

1.65 1.50

40

1.56 1.43

50

1.47 1.36

60

1.37 1.29

70

1.28 1.22

80

1.19 1.15

90 1.10 1.08

100 1.00 1.00

110 0.90 0.92

120 0.80 0.85

130 0.70 0.77

140

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

507

4

5

6.0 8.5 10.4 12.0 13.4 8.4 11.8 14.5 16.7 18.7 5.9 8.4 10.2 11.8 13.2 5.9 8.3 10.2 11.8 13.2

7/16

12.8 15.7 18.1 20.3

25.5 37.3 46.5 54.4 61.4 35.6 52 64.8 75.9 85.7 25.3 36.9 46 53.8 60.8 25.1 36.6 45.6 53.4 60.3

44 49.2 15.5 21.9 26.8 31 34.7 15.4 21.8 26.8 30.9 34.6

9

R-502 R-507

Correction Factor

Refrigerant Liquid Temperature °F

1.54 1.60

40

1.46 1.52

50

1.39 1.43

60

1.31 1.35

70

1.23 1.26

80

1.16 1.18

90

1.08 1.09

100

1.00 1.00

110

0.93 0.91

120

0.85 0.81

130

0.77 0.70

140

1-5/1 40.8 55.2 65.8 74.6 82.2 56.4 76.3 91.1 103 114 39.5 53.4 63.7 72.2 79.5 39.8 53.8 64.2 72.8 80.2

1

25/32 15.7 22.3 27.4 31.6 35.4 21.9 31.0 38

19/32 9.2 13.1 16 18.5 20.7 12.8 18.2 22.3 25.8 28.8 9.0 12.8 15.7 18.2 20.3

7.3 8.5 9.5 5.9 8.3 10.2 11.8 13.2 4.2 5.9 7.2 8.3 9.3 4.2 5.9 7.2 8.3 9.3

4.2

5/16

6

3.1 4.4 5.4 6.2 6.9 4.3 6.1 7.4 8.6 9.6 3.0 4.3 5.2 6.0 6.8 3.0 4.3 5.2 6.0 6.7

1.9 2.7 3.3 3.8 4.2 2.6 3.7 4.5 5.2 5.8 1.9 2.6 3.2 3.7 4.1 1.9 2.6 3.2 3.7 4.1

9/32

3/16

0.150 1.1 1.5 1.9 2.1 2.4 1.5 2.1 2.6 3.0 3.4 1.0 1.5 1.8 2.1 2.4 1.0 1.5 1.8 2.1 2.4

The 404A, 407C, 502, and 507 factors include corrections for liquid refrigerant density and net refrigerating effect and are based on an average evaporator temperature of 40°F. For each 10°F reduction in evaporating temperature, capacities are reduced by approximately 1-1/2%.

R-404A R-407C

Refrigerant Liquid Temperature °F

REFRIGERANT LIQUID TEMPERATURE CORRECTION FACTORS

2

502

CAÍDA DE PRESIÓN - psi*

407C

0.101 0.6 0.9 1.1 1.2 1.4 0.8 1.2 1.5 1.7 1.9 0.6 0.8 1.0 1.2 1.4 0.6 0.8 1.0 1.2 1.4

1

404A

TONS OF REFRIGERATION

404A, 407C, 502, 507

*Do not use below 1 psi pressure drop, except Types A3 and E3 valves. Liquid capacities for Refrigerants 404A, 407C, 502 and 507 shown in the above table are based on 40°F evaporating and 100°F liquid.

B9P2 B9F2 B9S2 B10F2 B10S2 B14P2 B14S2 B19S2 B19P2 B19S2 B25P2

B6S1

B6P1 B6F1

A3S1

Normally Open OB9P2 OB9F2 OB9S2 OB10F2 OB10S2 OB14P2 OB14S2 OB19S2 OB19P2 OB19S2 OB25P2

Normally Closed A3P1 A3F1

Without Manual Lift Stem

"A" and "B" Series Valves

RACE Catalogue 30-10 UK / Page 5

Liquid Capacity Selection Table

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Discharge Gas and Suction Capacities VALVE SERIES

2

A3 & E3 E5 B6 & E6 B9 & E9 B10 & E10 B14 & E14 B19 & E19 B25 & E25 E35 E42

0.24 0.45 0.84 1.36 1.85 2.64 3.96 6.8 10.0 20.2

A3 & E3 E5 B6 & E6 B9 & E9 B10 & E10 B14 & E14 B19 & E19 B25 & E25 E35 E42

0.20 0.38 0.70 1.13 1.54 2.19 3.29 5.64 8.23 16.8

A3 & E3 E5 B6 & E6 B9 & E9 B10 & E10 B14 & E14 B19 & E19 B25 & E25 E35 E42

0.22 0.41 0.77 1.24 1.68 2.39 3.59 6.15 9.0 18.3

A3 & E3 E5 B6 & E6 B9 & E9 B10 & E10 B14 & E14 B19 & E19 B25 & E25 E35 E42

0.21 0.39 0.73 1.18 1.61 2.29 3.45 5.91 8.89 17.6

DISCHARGE GAS CAPACITIES - Tons PRESSURE DROP ACROSS VALVE - psi 5 10 25 50 REFRIGERANT 22 0.37 0.52 0.76 1.01 0.72 1.02 1.81 2.40 1.32 1.86 3.05 3.97 2.14 3.02 4.58 6.28 2.92 4.12 6.97 9.33 4.16 5.87 9.59 13.0 6.28 8.91 14.2 19.4 10.8 15.2 22.8 31.0 16.5 24.1 39.9 54.9 31.8 44.5 66.2 90.3 REFRIGERANT 134a 0.31 0.42 0.60 0.73 0.60 0.85 1.42 1.77 1.10 1.55 2.36 2.80 1.78 2.51 3.66 4.85 2.43 3.43 5.49 6.93 3.46 4.88 7.61 9.88 5.22 7.40 11.3 14.9 8.94 12.5 18.1 23.7 13.6 19.8 32.0 42.7 26.2 36.4 52.7 69.1 REFRIGERANT 401A 0.34 0.47 0.62 0.84 0.65 0.93 1.49 2.02 1.20 1.69 2.48 2.52 1.95 2.74 3.83 5.44 2.65 3.74 5.75 7.88 3.77 5.32 7.98 11.1 5.69 8.07 11.9 16.7 7.55 9.75 19.0 29.7 14.8 21.6 33.5 47.7 28.7 39.9 55.2 77.7 REFRIGERANT 402A 0.33 0.46 0.67 0.91 1.42 2.17 0.63 0.89 1.15 1.61 2.50 3.62 1.86 2.62 4.02 5.59 2.54 3.58 5.61 8.38 3.61 5.10 7.93 11.6 5.47 7.76 12.1 17.3 9.37 13.3 20.0 27.6 14.7 21.4 34.1 48.7 27.7 38.8 58.3 80.5

100

VALVE SERIES

1.15 2.78 4.30 7.88 11.0 15.9 24.0 38.3 69.6 112

A3 & E3 E5 B6 & E6 B9 & E9 B10 & E10 B14 & E14 B19 & E19 B25 & E25 E35 E42

-

A3 & E3 E5 B6 & E6 B9 & E9 B10 & E10 B14 & E14 B19 & E19 B25 & E25 E35 E42

-

A3 & E3 E5 B6 & E6 B9 & E9 B10 & E10 B14 & E14 B19 & E19 B25 & E25 E35 E42

1.09 2.63 4.17 7.20 10.3 14.7 22.0 35.2 63.2 103

A3 & E3 E5 B6 & E6 B9 & E9 B10 & E10 B14 & E14 B19 & E19 B25 & E25 E35 E42

22, 134a, 401A, 402A SUCTION CAPACITY* - Tons 1 psi PRESSURE DROP AND EVAPORATING TEMPERATURES 40°F 20°F 0°F -20°F -40°F REFRIGERANT 22 0.11 0.08 0.06 0.05 0.04 0.22 0.16 0.13 0.10 0.08 0.42 0.31 0.25 0.20 0.15 0.66 0.48 0.39 0.31 0.24 0.90 0.67 0.53 0.42 0.32 1.29 0.95 0.76 0.60 0.47 1.92 1.41 1.13 0.89 0.68 3.26 2.39 1.92 1.51 1.17 4.58 3.28 2.58 2.00 1.51 9.50 6.98 5.60 4.41 3.41 REFRIGERANT 134a 0.09 0.06 0.04 0.17 0.12 0.09 0.32 0.22 0.17 0.50 0.35 0.27 0.69 0.48 0.37 0.99 0.69 0.54 1.47 1.02 0.79 2.50 1.74 1.34 3.45 2.34 1.77 7.29 5.08 3.92 REFRIGERANT 401A 0.09 0.06 0.05 0.17 0.12 0.10 0.34 0.24 0.19 0.53 0.37 0.29 0.73 0.52 0.40 1.04 0.74 0.58 1.54 1.09 0.85 2.61 1.86 1.45 3.60 2.49 1.90 7.60 5.41 4.22 REFRIGERANT 402A 0.09 0.07 0.52 0.04 0.03 0.18 0.13 0.10 0.08 0.06 0.35 0.25 0.20 0.15 0.11 0.55 0.39 0.31 0.24 0.18 0.76 0.54 0.42 0.33 0.24 1.09 0.77 0.61 0.47 0.35 1.62 1.15 0.90 0.69 0.52 2.75 1.95 1.53 1.17 0.88 3.93 2.73 2.09 1.58 1.16 8.01 5.69 4.45 3.41 2.56

*Minimum operating capacity is at one psi pressure drop for pilot operated valves.

EVAPORATOR TEMPERATURE CORRECTION FACTORS Evaporator Temperature °F Multiplier

40 30 20 10 -0 -10 -20 -30 -40 1.00 0.97 0.94 0.91 0.89 0.84 0.83 0.80 0.78

Capacities based on 100°F condensing temperature, isentropic compression plus 50°F, 40°F evaporator and 65°F suction gas. For capacities at other conditions use the multipliers in table at left.

RACE Catalogue 30-10 UK / Page 7

404A, 407C, 502, 507 VALVE SERIES

2

A3 & E3 E5 B6 & E6 B9 & E9 B10 & E10 B14 & E14 B19 & E19 B25 & E25 E35 E42

0.21 0.40 0.75 1.21 1.62 2.34 3.52 6.04 9.05 18.0

A3 & E3 E5 B6 & E6 B9 & E9 B10 & E10 B14 & E14 B19 & E19 B25 & E25 E35 E42

0.25 0.47 0.88 1.43 1.93 2.76 4.15 7.12 10.5 21.2

A3 & E3 E5 B6 & E6 B9 & E9 B10 & E10 B14 & E14 B19 & E19 B25 & E25 E35 E42

0.19 0.36 0.66 1.07 1.46 2.08 3.13 5.37 8.05 16.0

A3 & E3 E5 B6 & E6 B9 & E9 B10 & E10 B14 & E14 B19 & E19 B25 & E25 E35 E42

0.21 0.39 0.73 1.17 1.59 2.27 3.43 5.87 8.82 17.5

Discharge Gas and Suction Capacities

DISCHARGE GAS CAPACITIES - Tons PRESSURE DROP ACROSS VALVE - psi 5 10 25 50 REFRIGERANT 404A 0.33 0.47 0.69 0.92 0.64 0.91 1.47 2.19 1.17 1.65 2.54 3.65 1.90 2.68 4.10 5.67 2.59 3.66 5.72 8.48 3.69 5.21 8.09 11.8 5.59 7.93 12.3 17.5 9.57 13.6 20.3 28.0 14.9 21.8 34.8 49.5 28.3 39.6 59.4 81.6 REFRIGERANT 407C 0.39 0.55 0.80 1.07 0.76 1.07 1.70 2.55 1.38 1.95 2.99 4.24 2.24 3.16 4.82 6.64 3.06 4.32 6.73 9.90 4.35 6.14 9.53 13.8 6.58 9.34 14.4 20.5 11.3 16.0 23.9 32.8 17.4 25.4 40.5 58.0 31.3 46.7 69.8 95.5 REFRIGERANT 502 0.30 0.41 0.60 0.80 0.57 0.81 1.32 1.92 1.04 1.46 2.25 3.18 1.69 2.38 3.63 4.99 2.30 3.25 5.07 7.44 3.28 4.63 7.18 10.4 4.97 7.04 10.9 15.4 8.51 12.1 18.0 24.6 13.3 19.4 30.9 43.6 25.1 35.1 52.5 71.8 REFRIGERANT 507 0.32 0.45 0.67 0.90 1.43 2.13 0.62 0.89 1.14 1.60 2.47 3.55 1.85 2.61 3.84 5.52 2.52 3.56 5.57 8.26 3.59 5.06 7.88 11.5 5.44 7.71 11.9 17.1 9.31 13.2 19.8 27.3 14.5 21.2 33.9 48.2 27.5 38.5 57.8 79.5

100

VALVE SERIES

1.09 2.62 4.13 7.26 10.3 14.7 22.2 35.4 63.8 108

A3 & E3 E5 B6 & E6 B9 & E9 B10 & E10 B14 & E14 B19 & E19 B25 & E25 E35 E42

1.24 3.01 4.69 8.42 11.8 17.0 25.7 41.0 74.2 120

A3 & E3 E5 B6 & E6 B9 & E9 B10 & E10 B14 & E14 B19 & E19 B25 & E25 E35 E42

0.93 2.25 3.50 6.32 8.86 12.8 19.3 30.8 55.7 89.6

A3 & E3 E5 B6 & E6 B9 & E9 B10 & E10 B14 & E14 B19 & E19 B25 & E25 E35 E42

1.06 2.56 4.03 7.07 10.0 14.4 21.6 34.5 62.2 101

A3 & E3 E5 B6 & E6 B9 & E9 B10 & E10 B14 & E14 B19 & E19 B25 & E25 E35 E42

SUCTION CAPACITY* - Tons 1 psi PRESSURE DROP AND EVAPORATING TEMPERATURES 40°F 20°F 0°F -20°F -40°F REFRIGERANT 404A 0.10 0.07 0.05 0.04 0.03 0.19 0.13 0.10 0.08 0.08 0.36 0.25 0.20 0.15 0.11 0.56 0.40 0.31 0.24 0.18 0.78 0.55 0.43 0.32 0.24 1.11 0.78 0.61 0.46 0.35 1.65 1.16 0.90 0.69 0.51 2.80 1.97 1.53 1.17 0.87 3.99 2.74 2.09 1.57 1.15 8.15 5.74 4.46 3.41 2.54 REFRIGERANT 407C 0.10 0.07 0.06 0.04 0.20 0.14 0.11 0.08 0.39 0.27 0.21 0.16 0.61 0.43 0.33 0.26 0.84 0.59 0.46 0.35 1.20 0.85 0.66 0.50 1.78 1.25 0.98 0.74 3.02 2.13 1.66 1.27 4.22 2.90 2.22 1.66 8.80 6.22 4.84 3.69 REFRIGERANT 502 0.09 0.06 0.05 0.04 0.03 0.17 0.12 0.10 0.07 0.06 0.33 0.24 0.19 0.14 0.11 0.52 0.37 0.29 0.23 0.17 0.71 0.51 0.40 0.31 0.24 1.01 0.73 0.58 0.45 0.34 1.51 1.08 0.85 0.66 0.50 2.56 1.84 1.45 1.12 0.85 3.66 2.57 1.99 1.51 1.12 7.47 5.36 4.22 3.27 2.48 REFRIGERANT 507 0.09 0.07 0.05 0.04 0.03 0.18 0.13 0.10 0.08 0.06 0.35 0.25 0.19 0.15 0.11 0.55 0.39 0.30 0.23 0.17 0.76 0.54 0.42 0.32 0.24 1.09 0.77 0.60 0.46 0.34 1.62 1.14 0.89 0.68 0.51 2.75 1.94 1.51 1.16 0.86 3.93 2.70 2.07 1.56 1.14 8.00 5.65 4.41 3.37 2.52

*Minimum operating capacity is at one psi pressure drop for pilot operated valves.

EVAPORATOR TEMPERATURE CORRECTION FACTORS Evaporator Temperature °F Multiplier

40 30 20 10 0 -10 -20 -30 -40 1.00 0.97 0.94 0.91 0.89 0.84 0.83 0.80 0.78

Capacities based on 100°F condensing temperature, isentropic compression plus 50°F, 40°F evaporator and 65°F suction gas. For capacities at other conditions use the multipliers in table at left.

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Types A3, E3 and E5 Series

22, 134a, 401A, 402A, 404A, 407C, 502, 507

Application

Ordering Instructions

Types A3 and E3 series are hermetic, direct-acting type solenoid valves primarily for refrigeration and air conditioning applications. The flow rate of the E3 and A3 are identical, therefore, the E3 may be freely substituted for the A3.

When ordering complete valves, specify Valve Type, Connections, Voltage and Cycles. When ordering Body Assembly, specify Valve Type and Connections. When ordering Coil Assembly ONLY, specify Coil Type, Voltage and Cycles.

The E5 series are compact solenoid valves with pilot operated disc construction and are rated at 2.8 tons R-22 at 3 psi pressure drop vs. 1.6 for the A3S1. These valves may be mounted horizontally, on their side or in a vertical line.

Example: MKC-1 120/50-60..

Dimensions - Inches VALVE SERIES

The Types E3 and E5 series solenoid valves feature extended solder type connections as standard. One important benefit to the user is that all valves in the "E3" and "E5" series can be installed using either low or no silver content brazing alloy. The MKC-l coil is Class "F" temperature rated and is provided as standard, therefore a high temperature coil is not required for discharge service.

Type A3F1

A3

TYPE

A3P1 1/4 ODF 3/8 ODF A3F1 E3S120 E3S130 E5S120 E5S130

A3S1

E5

1.88 2.07 2.25 2.38 4.63 4.56 4.63 4.56

A3 SERIES and A3 SERIES (Extended Connections)

C

C

E

ODM

0.44 2.20

-

0.28 2.36

0.44

0.22 2.42 0.55 2.04 0.49 2.10

-

-

0.31

-

0.53 2.48

1.56 Coil Removal

2.92

Type E3S130 or E5S130

B

ODF

E3

1.56 Coil Removal

A

D D’ FITTING DEPTH

OFFSET

Type A3P1

0.28 0.19 0.23

2.92

E5 SERIES

C

4.17

D'

D B

and

Listed

B

D A

Approved

E A

Optional ½" Conduit Boss

Specifications - MKC-1 Coil CONNECTIONS

VALVE SERIES

TYPE

A3P1 A3

E3 E5

A3S1 A3F1 E3S120 E3S130 E5S120 E5S130

PORT Inches Sizes shown in Blue SIZE will be furnished INCHES unless otherwise specified 3/8 NPT Female 1/4 ODF - 3/8 ODM & 3/8 ODF - 1/2 ODM 0.101 1/4 SAE Flare 1/4 ODF x 1/4 ODF 3/8 ODF x 3/8 ODF 1/4 ODF x 1/4 ODF 0.150 3/8 ODF x 3/8 ODF

MOPD psi

22

NOMINAL LIQUID CAPACITIES Tons of Refrigeration REFRIGERANTS 134a 401A 402A 404A 407C 502 Pressure Drop - psi

Coil Ratings 507

AC

DC

3

2

2

3

3

3

3

3

300

175

1.6

1.2

1.3

1.1

1.1

1.5

1.0

1.0

300

175

2.8

• Maximum rated pressure 500 psi. • Dual voltage 4-wire coils, 120-208-240/50-60 are available at slight additional cost. For other voltages and cycles, consult Sporlan, Washington, MO 63090. • See Pages 19 and 20 for water and steam valves.

2.1

2.3

1.9

1.9

2.6

1.8

Standard Volts/Cycles

24/50-60 120/50-60 208-240/50-60 120-208-240/5060

1.8

• Available with conduit boss or junction box at no extra charge. • For capacity at other pressure drops, see Pages 4 and 5. • For mounting holes and/or bracket information see Bulletin 30-11. • E3 and E5 series with mounting holes are NOT standard.

Watts AC

DC

10

15

RACE Catalogue 30-10 UK / Page 9

22, 134a, 401A, 402A, 404A, 407C, 502, 507

Types B6 and E6 Series

Application

Ordering Instructions

Types B6 and E6 Series are compact solenoid valves with pilot operated disc construction for refrigeration and air conditioning. These valves may be mounted horizontally, on their side or in a vertical line. They are suitable for suction line service because very low pressure differential, 1 psi, is required for full operation.

When ordering complete valves, specify Valve Type, Connections, Voltage and Cycles. When ordering Body Assembly, specify Valve Type and Connections. When ordering Coil Assembly ONLY, specify Coil Type, Voltage and Cycles.

Type B6S1

Example: MKC-1 120/50-60.

The Type E6 series solenoid valves feature extended solder type connections as standard. One important benefit to the user is that all valves in the "E6" series can be installed without disassembly using either low or no silver content brazing alloy. The MKC-l coil is Class "F" temperature rated and is provided as standard, therefore a high temperature coil is not required for discharge service.

TYPE

A

B6S1

E6

C

ODF B6P1 3/8 ODF 1/2 ODF B6F1 E6S130 E6S140

B6

*B

D D’ FITTING DEPTH

E OFFSET

VALVE SERIES

Dimensions – Inches

ODM

1.94

0.44 2.50 0.50 4.63 0.31 0.75 2.44 5.00 0.38 0.44 2.66

-

Type E6S130

0.31

*Add 1.12" for Valves with Manual Lift Stem.

1.56 Coil Removal

1.56 Coil Removal

2.92

B6 SERIES

E6 SERIES

C

C

2.92

Type B6F1

4.17 D'

and

E *B

*B

Approved

D

D A

Listed

A

Optional ½" Conduit Boss

Specifications - MKC-1 Coil CONNECTIONS VALVE SERIES

B6

E6

TYPE

B6P1 MB6P1 B6S1 MB6S1 B6F1 MB6F1 E6S130 ME6S130 E6S140 ME6S140

Inches Sizes shown in Blue will be furnished unless otherwise specified

PORT SIZE inches

MOPD psi

AC

DC

22

3

NOMINAL LIQUID CAPACITIES Tons of Refrigeration REFRIGERANTS 134a 401A 402A 404A 407C 502 Pressure Drop - psi 2

2

3

3

3

3

Coil Ratings 507

3

STANDARD VOLTS/CYCLES

3.2

24/50-60 120/50-60 208-240/50-60 120-208240/50-60

WATTS AC

DC

10

15

3/8 NPT Female 3/8 ODF - 1/2 ODM & 1/2 ODF - 5/8 ODM 3/8 SAE Flare

3/16

300

175

4.9

3.8

3/8 ODF x 3/8 ODF

4.1

3.3

3.3

4.5

3.2

1/2 ODF x 1/2 ODF

• Maximum rated pressure 500 psi. • Dual voltage 4-wire coils, 120-208-240/50-60 are available at slight additional cost. For other voltages and cycles, consult Sporlan, Washington, MO 63090. • See Pages 19 and 20 for water and steam valves.

• • • •

Available with conduit boss or junction box at no extra charge. For capacity at other pressure drops, see Pages 4 and 5. For mounting holes and/or bracket information see Bulletin 30-11. E6 series with mounting holes are NOT standard.

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Types B9 and E9 Series

Type MB9S2 Normally Closed

Application

Ordering Instructions

Types B9 and E9 Series are compact solenoid valves with pilot operated disc construction for refrigeration and air conditioning. These valves may be mounted horizontally, on their side or in a vertical line. These valves are also suitable for suction line service because very low pressure differential, 1 psi, is required for full operation.

When ordering complete valves, specify Valve Type, Connections, Voltage and Cycles. When ordering Body Assembly, specify Valve Type and Connections. When ordering Coil Assembly ONLY, specify Coil Type, Voltage and Cycles. Example: MKC-2 120/50-60; OMKC-2 120/50-60.

The Type E9 series solenoid valves feature extended solder type connections as standard. One important benefit to the user is that all valves in the "E9" series can be installed without disassembly using either low or no silver content brazing alloy.

Dimensions - Inches

B9

E9 1.75 Coil Removal

A

B9P2 B9S2 B9F2 E9S230 E9S240 E9S250

*B

2.06 2.88 2.88 4.63 5.00 6.50

ODM

0.50 0.81 2.65 3.24 0.31 0.75 2.70 3.30 0.38 0.69 2.24 3.33 0.50

E

0.38 0.31

*Add 1.12" for Valves with Manual Lift Stem.

3.17

B9 SERIES

C

4.80

3.17

E9 SERIES

C

D'

and

ODF

0.56 2.75 3.36

1.75 Coil Removal

Type E9S240 Normally Closed

D D’ FITTING DEPTH

OFFSET

TYPE

Normally Closed Normally Open

The MKC-2 and OMKC-2 coils are Class "F" temperature rated and are provided as standard, therefore a high temperature coil is not required for discharge service.

C VALVE SERIES

Type OB9S2 Normally Open

22, 134a, 401A, 402A, 404A, 407C, 502, 507

Listed

Approved

*B D A

*B

Optional ½" Conduit Boss

E D A

Specifications - MKC-2 and OMKC-2 Coil VALVE SERIES

B9

E9

TYPE

STANDARD CONNECTIONS Inches

B9P2 B9S2 MB9S2 OB9S2 B9F2 MB9F2 E9S230 ME9S230 OE9S230 E9S240 ME9S240 OE9S240 E9S250 ME9S250 OE9S250

PORT SIZE Inches

MOPD psi

AC

DC

300

250

22 3

NOMINAL LIQUID CAPACITIES Tons of Refrigeration REFRIGERANTS 134a 401A 402A 404A 407C 502 Pressure Drop - psi 2

2

3

3

3

3

Coil Ratings 507 3

STANDARD VOLTS/CYCLES

5.2

24/50-60 120/50-60 208-240/50-60 120-208-240/50-60

WATTS AC DC

3/8 NPT Female 1/2 ODF - 5/8 ODM 275 3/8 SAE Flare 3/8 ODF x 3/8 ODF

300

250

9/32

8.1 300

6.2

6.6

250

5.3

5.4

7.4

5.2

1/2 ODF x 1/2 ODF 275 5/8 ODF x 5/8 ODF

300

250

275

• Maximum rated pressure 500 psi. • Dual voltage 4-wire coils, 120-208-240/50-60 are available at slight additional cost. For other voltages and cycles, consult Sporlan, Washington, MO 63090. • See Pages 19 and 20 for water and steam valves.

• • • •

Available with conduit boss or junction box at no extra charge. For capacity at other pressure drops, see Pages 4 and 5. For mounting holes and/or bracket information see Bulletin 30-11. E9 series with mounting holes are NOT standard.

15

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22, 134a, 401A, 402A, 404A, 407C, 502, 507 Application

Types B10 and E10 Series

Ordering Instructions

Types B10 and E10 Series are compact solenoid valves with pilot operated disc construction for refrigeration and air conditioning. These valves may be mounted horizontally, on their side or in a vertical line. They are suitable for suction line service because very low pressure differential, 1 psi, is required for full operation.

When ordering complete valves, specify Valve Type, Connections, Voltage and Cycles. When ordering Body Assembly, specify Valve Type and Connections. When ordering Coil Assembly ONLY, specify Coil Type, Voltage and Cycles.

The Type E10 series solenoid valves feature extended solder type connections as standard. One important benefit to the user is that all valves in the "E10" series can be installed without disassembly using either low or no silver content brazing alloy.

Type MB10S2 Normally Closed

Example: MKC-2 120/50-60; OMKC-2 120/50-60.

Dimensions - Inches

E10

A

B10S2 3.25 B10F2 E10S240 5.00 E10S250 6.50

*B

0.59 3.15 3.44

D D’ FITTING DEPTH ODF

ODM

0.62

0.50 -

0.38 0.86 3.13 3.42 0.50

-

E OFFSET

VALVE SERIES B10

TYPE

Normally Closed Normally Open

C

The MKC-2 and OMKC-2 coil are Class "F" temperature rated and are provided as standard, therefore a high temperature coil is not required for discharge service.

Type E10S250 Normally Closed

0.39

*Add 1.12" for Valves with Manual Lift Stem. 1.75 Coil Removal

1.75 Coil Removal

3.17

3.17

E10 SERIES

B10 SERIES

Type OB10S2 Normally Open

C

C 4.80 D'

*B

*B

and

E

D A

Approved

D

Optional ½" Conduit Boss

Listed

A

Specifications - MKC-2 and OMKC-2 Coil VALVE SERIES

B10

E10

TYPE

STANDARD CONNECTIONS Inches

B10S2 MB10S2 B10F2 MB10F2 E10S240 ME10S240 OE10S240 E10S250 ME10S250 OE10S250

PORT SIZE Inches

MOPD psi

AC

DC

5/8 ODF x 3/4 ODM

300

250

1/2 SAE Roscar

300

250

300

250

1/2 ODF x 1/2 ODF

5/16

22 3

11.1

275 5/8 ODF x 5/8 ODF

300

NOMINAL LIQUID CAPACITIES TONS OF REFRIGERATIÓN REFRIGERANTS 134a 401A 402A 404A 407C 502 Pressure Drop - psi 2

2

8.5

9.1

3

7.3

3

7.3

3

10.2

3

7.2

Coil Ratings 507 3

7.2

STANDARD VOLTS/CYCLES

24/50-60 120/50-60 15 208-240/50-60 120-208-240/50-60

250

275

• Maximum rated pressure 500 psi. • Dual voltage 4-wire coils, 120-208-240/50-60 are available at slight additional cost. For other voltages and cycles, consult Sporlan, Washington, MO 63090. • See Pages 19 and 20 for water and steam valves.

WATTS AC DC

• Available with conduit boss or junction box at no extra charge. • For capacity at other pressure drops, see Pages 4 and 5. • For mounting holes and/or bracket information see Bulletin 30-11.

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Types B14 and E14 Series Application

Ordering Instructions

Types B14 and E14 Series are compact solenoid valves with pilot operated disc construction for refrigeration and air conditioning. These valves may be mounted horizontally, on their side or in a vertical line. These valves are also suitable for suction line service because very low pressure differential, 1 psi, is required for full operation.

When ordering complete valves, specify Valve Type, Connections, Voltage and Cycles. When ordering Body Assembly, specify Valve Type and Connections. When ordering Coil Assembly ONLY, specify Coil Type, Voltage and Cycles. Example: MKC-2 120/50-60; OMKC-2 120/50-60.

The Type E14 series solenoid valves feature extended solder type connections as standard. One important benefit to the user is that all valves in the "E14" series can be installed without disassembly using either low or no silver content brazing alloy.

Dimensions - Inches *

B14

Type MB14S2 Normally Closed

E14

A

B14P2 B14S2 E14S250

0.56

3.28

3.62

0.47

3.25

3.51

*B

2.41 3.00 6.88

D D’ FITTING DEPTH ODF

ODM -

0.62 0.50

0.50 -

*Add 1.12" for Valves with Manual Lift Stem.

1.75 Coil Removal

1.75 Coil Removal

3.17

3.17

E14 SERIES

B14 SERIES Type OB14S2 Normally Open

TYPE

Normally Open

The MKC-2 and OMKC-2 coils are Class "F" temperature rated and are provided as standard, therefore a high temperature coil is not required for discharge service.

Normally Closed

C VALVE SERIES

Type E14S250 Normally Closed

22, 134a, 401A, 402A, 404A, 407C, 502, 507

C

C 4.80 D'

and

Listed

*B

*B

Approved

D

D A

A

Optional 1/2" Conduit Boss

Specifications - MKC-2 and OMKC-2 Coil VALVE SERIES

B14

E14

TYPE

STANDARD CONNECTIONS Inches

B14P2 B14S2 MB14S2 OB14S2 E14S250 ME14S250 OE14S250 E14S270 ME14S270

PORT SIZE Inches

1/2 NPT Female 5/8 ODF - 7/8 ODM

MOPD psi

AC

DC

300

250

300

250

22

NOMINAL LIQUID CAPACITIES TONS OF REFRIGERATION REFRIGERANTS 134a 401A 402A 404A 407C 502 Pressure Drop - psi

Coil Ratings 507

3

2

2

3

3

3

3

3

STANDARD VOLTS/CYCLES

15.8

12.0

12.9

10.4

10.4

14.5

10.2

10.2

24/50-60 120/50-60 208-240/50-60 120-208-240/50-60

275 7/16 5/8 ODF x 5/8 ODF

300

250

275 7/8 ODF x 7/8 ODF

300

250

• Maximum rated pressure 500 psi. • Dual voltage 4-wire coils, 120-208-240/50-60 are available at slight additional cost. For other voltages and cycles, consult Sporlan, Washington, MO 63090.

• • • •

See Pages 19 and 20 for water and steam valves. Available with conduit boss or junction box at no extra charge. For capacity at other pressure drops, see Pages 4 and 5. For mounting holes and/or bracket information see Bulletin 30-11.

WATTS AC DC

15

18

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22, 134a, 401A, 402A, 404A, 407C, 502, 507

Types B19 and E19 Series

Application

Ordering Instructions

Types B19 and E19 Series are pilot operated solenoid valves for refrigeration and air conditioning applications. They are suitable for suction service because very low pressure differential, 1 psi, is required for full operation. These valves may be mounted horizontally, on their side or in a vertical line.

When ordering complete valves, specify Valve Type, Connections, Voltage and Cycles. When ordering Body Assembly, specify Valve Type and Connections. When ordering Coil Assembly ONLY, specify Coil Type, Voltage and Cycles.

The Type E19 series solenoid valves feature extended solder type connections as standard. One important benefit to the user is that all valves in the "E19" series can be installed without disassembly using either low or no silver content brazing alloy.

Type E19S250 Normally Closed

Example: MKC-2 120/50-60; OMKC-2 120/50-60.

Dimensions - Inches

VALVE SERIES

TYPE

A

B19P2 B19 5/8 ODF B19S2 7/8 ODF E19S250 E19 E19S270

Normally Closed Normally Open

C

The MKC-2 and OMKC-2 coil are Class "F" temperature rated and are provided as standard, therefore a high temperature coil is not required for discharge service.

*B

3.00 3.87

3.31

3.83

3.41

3.87

0.81

6.88 7.13

D D’ FITTING DEPTH ODF

ODM

Type MB19S2 Normally Closed

0.62 0.88 0.75 0.50 0.75

*Add 1.12" for Valves with Manual Lift Stem.

1.75 Coil Removal

1.75 Coil Removal

3.17

B19 SERIES

3.17

Type OB19S2 Normally Open

E19 SERIES

C

C

and

4.80

D'

Listed

Approved *B

*B

D

D A

Optional ½" Conduit Boss

A

Specifications - MKC-2 and OMKC-2 Coil CONNECTIONS VALVE SERIES

B19

E19

TYPE

B19P2 B19S2 MB19S2 OB19S2 E19S250 ME19S250 E19S270 ME19S270 OE19S270 ME19S290

Inches Sizes shown in Blue will be furnished unless otherwise specified

PORT SIZE Inches

3/4 NPT Female 7/8 ODF - 1-1/8 ODM

MOPD psi

AC

DC

300

250

300

250

275 5/8 ODF x 5/8 ODF 7/8 ODF x 7/8 ODF 1-1/8 ODF x 1-1/8 ODF

9/32

300

250

300

250

22 3

NOMINAL LIQUID CAPACITIES TONS OF REFRIGERATION REFRIGERANTS 134a 401A 402A 404A 407C 502 Pressure Drop - psi 2

2

3

3

3

3

Coil Ratings 507 3

STANDARD VOLTS/CYCLES

24/50-60 120/50-60 24.2 18.4 19.8 16.0 16.0 22.3 15.7 15.7 208-240/50-60 120-208-240/50-60

275 300 250

• Maximum rated pressure 500 psi. • Dual voltage 4-wire coils, 120-208-240/50-60 are available at slight additional cost. For other voltages and cycles, consult Sporlan, Washington, MO 63090.

• • • •

See Pages 19 and 20 for water and steam valves. Available with conduit boss or junction box at no extra charge. For capacity at other pressure drops, see Pages 4 and 5. For mounting holes and/or bracket information see Bulletin 30-11.

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Types B25 and E25 Series Application

Ordering Instructions

Types B25 and E25 Series are pilot operated solenoid valves for refrigeration and air conditioning applications. They are suitable for suction service because very low pressure differential, 1 psi, is required for full operation. These valves may be mounted horizontally, on their side or in a vertical line.

When ordering complete valves, specify Valve Type, Connections, Voltage and Cycles.

The Type E25 series solenoid valves feature extended solder type connections as standard. One important benefit to the user is that all valves in the "E25" series can be installed without disassembly using either low or no silver content brazing alloy.

When ordering Body Assembly, specify Valve Type and Connections. When ordering Coil Assembly ONLY, specify Coil Type, Voltage and Cycles. Example: MKC-2 120/50-60; OMKC-2 120/50-60.

Dimensions - Inches C VALVE SERIES

The MKC-2 and OMKC-2 coils are Class "F" temperature rated and are provided as standard, therefore a high temperature coil is not required for discharge service.

Type E25S290 Normally Closed

TYPE

A

B25P2 7/8 ODF 1-1/8 ODF E25S270 E25S290

B25

B25S2

E25

*B

D FITTING DEPTH

Normally Closed Normally Open

Type MB25S2 Normally Closed

22, 134a, 401A, 402A, 404A, 407C, 502, 507

ODF

3.50 4.88

0.75 0.91 0.75 0.91

0.72 3.78 4.06

7.50 8.50

*Add 1.12" for Valves with Manual Lift Stem. 1.75 Coil Removal

Type OB25S2 Normally Open

1.75 Coil Removal

3.17

3.17

E25 SERIES

B25 SERIES C

C 4.80

and

Listed

Approved

*B

*B D

D A

A

Optional ½" Conduit Boss

Specifications - MKC-2 and OMKC-2 Coil VALVE SERIES

CONNECTIONS Inches TYPE

B25S2 B25

E25

MB25S2

Sizes shown in Blue will be furnished unless otherwise specified

PORT SIZE Inches

1-1/8 ODF Solder 7/8 ODF x 1-1/8 ODM & 1-1/8 ODF Solder 1-1/8 ODF Solder

OB25S2 E25S270 ME25S270 7/8 ODF x 7/8 ODF OE25S270 E25S290 ME25S290 1-1/8 ODF x 1-1/8 ODF OE25S290

MOPD psi

AC

DC

300

250

275 25/32

300

250

275 300

22 3

NOMINAL LIQUID CAPACITIES TONS OF REFRIGERATION REFRIGERANTS 134a 401A 402A 404A 407C 502 Pressure Drop - psi 2

2

3

3

3

3

Coil Ratings 507 3

STANDARD VOLTS/CYCLES

24/50-60 120/50-60 41.4 31.5 33.8 27.3 27.4 38.0 26.8 26.8 208-240/50-60 120-208-240/50-60

250

275

• Maximum rated pressure 500 psi. • Dual voltage 4-wire coils, 120-208-240/50-60 are available at slight additional cost. For other voltages and cycles, consult Sporlan, Washington, MO 63090.

• • • •

See Pages 19 and 20 for water and steam valves. Available with conduit boss or junction box at no extra charge. For capacity at other pressure drops, see Pages 4 and 5. For mounting holes and/or bracket information see Bulletin 30-11.

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15

18

RACE Catalogue 30-10 UK / Page 15

22, 134a, 401A, 402A, 404A, 407C, 502, 507

Types E35 Series

Application

When ordering complete valves, specify Valve Type, Connections, Voltage and Cycles.

Types E35 Series solenoid valves are pilot operated for refrigeration and air conditioning applications. They are suitable for suction service because very low pressure differential, 1 psi, is required for full operation. The E35 Series may be mounted horizontally, on their side or in a vertical line.

When ordering Body Assembly, specify Valve Type and Connections. W 1-5/8" ODM Type L tubing may be slipped over 1-3/8" fitting, without the use of a coupling. When ordering Coil Assembly ONLY, specify Coil Type, Voltage and Cycles.

The Type E35 series solenoid valves feature extended solder type connections as standard. One important benefit to the user is that all valves in the "E35" series can be installed without disassembly using either low or no silver content brazing alloy.

Example: MKC-1 120/50-60; OMKC-1 120/50-60

The MKC-1 and OMKC-1 coils are Class "F" temperature rated and are provided as standard, therefore a high temperature coil is not required for discharge service.

Dimensions - Inches

TYPE

A

B

ODF E35S190 1-1/8 10.06 4.81 E35 E35S1110 1-3/8 11.06 5.94

D

Normally Closed Normally Open FITTING DEPTH

Ordering Instructions

FITTING Size

VALVE SERIES

C

4.81 5.94

*E

Type ME35S1110 Normally Closed

ODF 0.91 0.84 0.97 0.84

*Add 1.12" for Valves with Manual Lift Stem. 4.17

1.56 Required for Coil Removal

MKC-1 Coil

OMKC-1 Coil

Optional 1/2" Conduit Boss

ME35 SERIES INLET

C± .040

OE35 SERIES

C± .040

INLET

OUTLET

OUTLET

E± .020

E± .020 D

D± .040

D

B± .060

and

B± .060

B± .060

Listed

Approved

A± .100 B± .060 A± .100

Specifications - MKC-2 and OMKC-2 Coil VALVE SERIES

E35

CONNECTIONS Inches TYPE

E35S190 ME35S190 OE35S190 E35S1110 ME35S1110 OE35S1110

Sizes shown in Blue will be furnished unless otherwise specified

PORT SIZE Inches

AC

DC

300

1-1/8 ODF x 1-1/8 ODF 1 21-3/8 ODF x 1-3/8 ODF

MOPD psi

250

275 300

250

22 3

NOMINAL LIQUID CAPACITIES TONS OF REFRIGERATION REFRIGERANTS 134a 401A 402A 404A 407C 502 Pressure Drop - psi 2

2

3

3

3

3

Coil Ratings 507 3

STANDARD VOLTS/CYCLES

24/50-60 120/50-60 70.9 53.0 56.9 46.6 46.5 64.8 46.0 45.6 208-240/50-60 120-208-240/50-60

275

• Maximum rated pressure 500 psi. • Dual voltage 4-wire coils, 120-208-240/50-60 are available at slight additional cost. For other voltages and cycles, consult Sporlan, Washington, MO 63090.

• Available with conduit boss or junction box at no extra charge. • For capacity at other pressure drops, see Pages 4 and 5.

WATTS AC DC

10

15

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Type E42 Series

22, 134a, 401A, 402A, 404A, 407C, 502, 507

Application

Ordering Instructions

Type E42 Series are large capacity, pilot operated solenoid valves designed for refrigeration and air conditioning applications. Suitable for suction service because very low pressure differential, 1 psi, is required for full operation.

When ordering complete valves, specify Valve Type, Connections, Voltage and Cycles.

Approved

C

The E42 series are steel body valves and therefore are not recommended for water or steam service.

TYPE

E42

ME42S2130 ME42S2170

A

*B

11.06 3.53

5.70

D

6.31

FITTING DEPTH

Listed

Dimensions - Inches

Normally Open

and

Example: MKC-2 120/50-60; OMKC-2 120/50-60.

Normally Closed

Type ME42S2130

The E42 Series may be mounted horizontally, on their side or in a vertical line. The E42 series is a Class "F" temperature rated coil that is provided as standard, therefore a high temperature coil is not required for discharge service.

When ordering Coil Assembly ONLY, specify Coil Type, Voltage and Cycles.

VALVE SERIES

The Type E42 series may be brazed into line without disassembly as valves contain extended solder type connections. Use caution to place wet rag or chills on extensions at body to prevent excessive overheating.

When ordering Body Assembly, specify Valve Type and Connections.

ODF 1.09 1.34

*Deduct 2-1/8" for E42 Series Valves less Manual Lift Stem.

1.75 Coil Removal

3.17

E42 SERIES C

D *B

A

Specifications - MKC-2 and OMKC-2 Coil VALVE SERIES

TYPE

STANDARD CONNECTIONS Inches

PORT SIZE Inches

MOPD psi

AC

E42

E42S2130 ME42S2130 OE42S2130 E42S2170 ME42S2170 OE42S2170

300

1-5/8 ODF x 1-5/8 ODF 1-5/16 2-1/8 ODF x 2-1/8 ODF

DC

3

250

275 300

22

250

127

NOMINAL LIQUID CAPACITIES TONS OF REFRIGERATION REFRIGERANTS 134a 401A 402A 404A 407C 502 Pressure Drop - psi 2

2

3

3

3

3

Coil Ratings 507 3

STANDARD VOLTS/CYCLES

24/50-60 120/50-60 96.9 104.0 83.9 84.2 117.0 82.5 82.4 15 208-240/50-60 120-208-240/50-60

275

• Maximum rated pressure 450 psi. • Dual voltage 4-wire coils, 120-208-240/50-60 are available at slight additional cost. For other voltages and cycles, consult Sporlan, Washington, MO 63090.

WATTS AC DC

• Available with conduit boss or junction box at no extra charge. • For capacity at other pressure drops, see Pages 4 and 5.

18

RACE Catalogue 30-10 UK / Page 17

22, 134a, 401A, 402A, 404A, 407C, 502, 507

Built-In Check Valve Series

Application

For Supermarkets

A solenoid valve with a built-in check valve is designed to replace a liquid line solenoid valve in parallel with a check valve for reverse flow. This valve may be applied in the liquid line of a supermarket case for positive shutoff during pumpdown control, while allowing full flow in the reverse direction during reverse gas defrost. It may also be used in the liquid line of a heat pump to prevent migration of refrigerant to the outdoor unit during the heating mode, while allowing full flow in the reverse direction during the cooling mode. CAUTION: This valve will not close in the reverse flow/cooling mode. See Figure 1. The check ball is small and inserted into the pilot port of the disc. When the valve is energized for operation in the refrigeration flow direction, the pressure on top of the disc is bled off through the pilot port and the disc raises. When the evaporator goes into defrost or the heat pump switches to the cool’ing mode, the solenoid valve must be energized. The reverse flow causes the check ball to close the pilot port from the bottom, pushing the disc up, fully opening the valve. The check valve disc also requires a modification in the stem and plunger assembly. Therefore, the disc and stem and plunger assembly must be changed to convert a standard solenoid valve to one with a built-in check valve. Internal parts kits are available for solenoid valves with the built-in check valve. See Bulletin 122, Replacement Parts.

See Figure 2. For reverse gas defrost, a liquid line solenoid valve can be installed with a check valve in parallel, to allow reverse flow to the liquid header. This adds the expense of labor and materials. Or, a Sporlan liquid line solenoid valve with the built-in check valve feature can be installed, saving time and money

For Heat Pumps This valve may be used on some heat pump applications when sized correctly. (Refer to capacities at 40°F evaporator temperature, see Page 18 of this Bulletin.) For heat pumps with long lines that require shut off in both directions, use two solenoid valves with the outlets pointing towards each other.

STEM & PLUNGER ASSEMBLY PILOT PORT DISC

CHECK BALL REFRIGERATION

Type CE14S250

Type CMB19S2

DEFROST Listed

Figure 1 CME14S2* REVERSE FLOW SOLENOID VALVE * The "C" is used in this nomenclature to represent the check valve feature. See Solenoid Valve Nomenclature, Pages 25-26.

Replaceable Catch-All

DISCHARGE LIQUID

Receiver

SUCTION

See-All

SORIT-, CDS-, Suction Throttling Valves or Solenoid Stop Valve for Defrost

Liquid Line Solenoid Valve TEV

Evaporator 2-Way Solenoid Defrost Valve

Check Valve Check Valve TEV

Liquid Line Solenoid Valve with Check Valve Feature

Evaporador Distributor Check Valve

3-Way 10G711B Defrost Valve

Suction Header

OLDR Liquid Differential Valve

Defrost Header

Figure 2

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Built-In Check Valve Series

22, 134a, 401A, 402A, 404A, 407C, 502, 507

Extreme care should be taken when brazing connections to avoid damage to internal synthetic parts.

* The "C" is used in this nomenclature to represent the check valve feature. See Solenoid Valve Nomenclature, Page 26.

Dimensions - Inches

When ordering Body Assembly, specify Valve Type and Connections. When ordering Coil Assembly ONLY, specify Coil Type, Voltage and Cycles. Example: CME10S250* 120/50-60 Kit: KS-CB10/CE10*

D D’ FITTING DEPTH

TYPE

When ordering complete valves, specify Valve Type, Connections, Voltage and Cycles.

A

B

C ODF

C(M)E9S230 C(M)E9S240 C(M)E10S250 CB14S2 CE14S250 C(M)E19S270

4.63 5.00 6.50 3.00 6.88 7.13

E OFFSET

Ordering Instructions

0.81 0.75 0.88 0.56 0.48 0.81

2.65 2.70 3.13 3.28 3.25 3.31

8.10

0.31 0.38 0.50 0.62 0.50 0.75

ODM

0.50 -

0.38 0.31 0.37 -

8.10

B SERIES C

E SERIES C

D E B

4.67

B

D

D' 1.12

1.12

A

A

Optional 1/2" Conduit Boss

Specifications - Reverse Refrigeration Flow, Liquid Line Capacity (Tons) ** VALVE TYPE C(M)B9, C(M)E9 C(M)B10, C(M)E10 C(M)B14, C(M)E14 C(M)B19, C(M)E19 ** + • •

R-22 3 psi 40 6.6 8.1 12.9 9.3

R-134a 2 psi 0

6.2 7.6 12.2 8.8

40 5.1 6.2 10.2 6.2

0 4.6 5.6 9.3 5.6

R-401A 2 psi 40 5.5 6.6 11 6.6

0 5 6.1 10.2 6.1

R-402A R-404A 3 psi 3 psi EVAPORATOR °F 5 40 0 40 3.9 3.9 4.8 4.8 7.7 7.8 5.4 5.1

Valve sizing should be based on expected reverse liquid flow condensing capabilities of the evaporator(s) being defrosted. Due to flow restrictions, C(M)E19 model capacity does not surpass C(M)E14 models until pressure drop exceeds 10 psi. See Page 4 and 5 for Forward Refrigerant Flow. Liquid capacities shown in the above table are based on 100°F liquid temperature entering the valves.

R-407C 3 psi 0 6.1 7.4 12 8.2

40 5.6 6.8 11 7.5

R-502 3 psi 0 -

40 3.9 4.7 7.6 5.5

R-507 3 psi 0 -

40 3.8 4.7 7.6 5.1

RACE Catalogue 30-10 UK / Page 19

for Air, Water, Steam and Light Oil

Type W3P1 Direct Acting Type

In certain areas of the country, particularly hard water localities, the integral brass seats in solenoid valves may deteriorate very rapidly. This problem is solved by using a stainless steel seat insert in place of the usual brass seat. Example: KR184P1.

Nomenclature - Diaphragm Type Asiento Insertado de Acero Inoxidable

B

In certain areas of the country, particularly hard water localities, the integral brass seats in solenoid valves may deteriorate very rapidly. This problem is solved by using a stainless steel seat insert in the brass body in place of the usual brass seat. Valves from the W6 series through the W25 series have this feature. These valves are also equipped with teflon seating

Diafragma Buna-N

K

Disc Type

R

18

4

P

1 Bobina MKC-1

The W3P1 is the ideal size for use on air chucking devices. Generally a very tight seat is required for this type of application. This can be achieved by using a neoprene seat in the W3P1 in place of the standard teflon. To order specify RW3P1.

These valves are tight seating in applications of normal differential pressure. For applications where differential pressures in the closed position are below 5 psi, it is recommended that a Buna-N diaphragm be used in place of the standard teflon diaphragm. To order specify BR184P1 or KBR184P1.

CONNECTIONS Type Tubería

Direct Acting Type

Diaphragm Type

Tamaño de Orificio en 1/32" Tamaño de CONNECTIONS en 1/8"

These valves are suitable for most types of industrial applications. Ideal for water, glycol, most refrigerant oils and heat transfer fluids, air lines to chucking devices, steam lines, etc. Use the disc type valves for high temperature and steam applications up to 25 psia. Use the teflon diaphragm type valve for high temperature and steam applications over 5 psig (225°F) but do not exceed 10 psig (240°F). For applications above 240°F, consult Sporlan, Washington, MO. These valves may be mounted horizontally, on their side or in a vertical line.

materials for long life. The W14 series through the W25 series are also equipped with a closing spring on top of the disc to assist in valve closing.

Serie

Application

Industrial Solenoid Valves

Type R184P1 Diaphragm Type

Specifications Type

STANDARD CONNECTIONS Inches

PORT SIZE Inches

1/4 NPT Female 3/8 NPT Female 1/2 NPT Female 3/4 NPT Female 1 NPT Female

0.109 3/16 7/16 19/32 25/32

MOPD psi AC

DC

STAINLESS STEEL INSERT SEAT

100

No

DIAFRAGM

STANDARD VOLTS/CYCLES

COIL RATINGS WATTS COIL

AC

DC

10

15

MKC-1

15

18

MKC-2

10

15

MKC-1

Disc Type W3P1 W6P1 W14P2 W19P2 W25P2

150

125

-

Yes

24/50-60 120/50-60 208-240/50-60 Dual 120-208-240/60

Diaphragm Type R183P1 BR183P1 KR183P1 KBR183P1 R184P1 BR184P1 KR184P1 KBR184P1 R246P1 BR246P1 KR246P1 KBR246P1

3/8 NPT Female 9/16 1/2 NPT Female

3/4 NPT Female

150

60

3/4

• Maximum rated pressure: Type W3P1 and Diaphragm Types, 300 psi; All others - 500 psi • Dual voltage 4-wire coils, 120-208-240/50-60 are available at slight additional cost. For other voltages and cycles, consult Sporlan, Washington, MO 63090.

Teflon Buna-N Teflon Buna-N Teflon Buna-N Teflon Buna-N Teflon Buna-N Teflon Buna-N

No Yes No Yes

24/50-60 120/50-60 208-240/50-60 Dual 120-208-240/60

No Yes

• Body - Brass • Available with conduit boss or junction box at no extra charge. • 5 psi minimum operating pressure differential W6 thru W25.

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Industrial Solenoid Valves

for Air, Water, Steam and Light Oil

Ordering Instructions

Dimensions - Inches

When ordering complete valves, specify Valve Type, Connections, Voltage and Cycles. When ordering Body Assembly, specify Valve Type and Connections. When ordering Coil Assembly ONLY, specify Coil Type, Voltage and Cycles. Example: MKC-1 208-240/50-60; MKC-2 120/50-60.

TYPE W3P1 W6P1 W14P2 W19P2 W25P2 R183P1 Serie R184P1 Serie R246P1 Serie

CONNECTIONS (Pipe) 1/4 3/8 1/2 3/4 1 3/8 1/2 3/4

A

B

4.78 4.93 6.12 7.62 8.89

C

D

1.42 2.06 1.83

5.59 6.76 8.33 8.41 9.60

6.99

1.35

7.54

7.77

1.45

7.85

1.12

7.34 8.05

7.34

Use a filter or strainer in front of every industrial solenoid valve. 1.56 Coil Removal

1.75 Coil Removal

D

D

1.99

C C

DISC TYPE DIAPHRAGM TYPE

Optional 1/2" Conduit Boss

225°F Maximum Fluid Temperature, Buna-N Diaphragm 240°F Maximum Fluid Temperature, Teflon Diaphragm -40°F Minimum Fluid Temperature

B A

D

B A

Capacities Water and Air Type W3P1 W6P1 W14P2 W19P2 W25P2 R183P1 Serie R184P1 Serie R246P1 Serie

1 psi ΔP 0.22* 3.6 4.1 5.8

3 psi ΔP 0.38* 6.2 7.1 10.0

WATER - GPM 5 psi ΔP 0.5 2.2 5.9 8.8 14.5 8.1 9.2 12.9

10 psi ΔP 0.7 3.2 9.0 12.5 21.5 11.4 13.0 18.3

20 psi ΔP 1.2 4.5 12.7 19.1 32.5 16.1 18.3 25.8

*AIR - CFMFA 5 psi ΔP 10 psi ΔP 2.4 3.4 7.3 10.8 24.2 39.5 41.0 61.0 74.0 114.0 32.5 47.4 37.0 54.0 52.3 76.4

COIL MKC-1 MKC-2

MKC-1

* Use RW3P1 to obtain tight seating below 5 psi pressure drop.

Steam – Pounds per Hour 5

Type W3P1 W6P1 W14P2 W19P2 W25P2 Type R183P1 KR183P1 R184P1 KR184P1 R246P1 KR246P1

5 3.4 10.4 34.9 60.3 100.7

10 3.9 11.8 39.9 68.5 135.2

20 4.7 14.5 48.5 83.0 139.7

PRESSURE DROP ACROSS THE SOLENOID VALVE - psi 10 PRESSURE AT INLET OF SOLENOID VALVE - psi 25 10 20 25 5.4 4.9 6.3 6.8 16.8 15.4 20.0 20.9 55.8 49.4 63.1 70.3 95.3 88.0 112.5 119.8 161.0 153.8 196.4 202.8

20 20 6.9 22.2 74.8 127.5 238.1

* POUNDS PER HOUR 5 psi ΔP

10 psi ΔP

47.6

69

54

78

76.2

111.1

For steam applications above 5 psig (225°F) and not to exceed 10 psig (240°F) use teflon diaphragm. * Exhaust to atmosphere.

25 25 7.8 24.0 81.2 137.9 233.2

25 7.8 24.0 81.2 137.9 233.2

COIL

MKC-1 MKC-2

COIL

MKC-1

RACE Catalogue 30-10 UK / Page 21

Sporlan Solenoid Valves

General

Purpose

Direct Acting Solenoid Valves

The primary purpose of an electrically operated solenoid valve is to control automatically the flow of fluids, liquid, or gas. Sporlan Solenoid Valves may be applied on a wide variety of applications.

With this type of valve, the stem and plunger assembly opens the port of the valve directly. This type of construction is limited to the smaller valves with port sizes of less than 1/4 inch. Sporlan Solenoid Valves of this design are the Types A3, E3, MA5A3, 180 Solenoid Pilot Control and W3P1.

Basic Types There are two basic types of solenoid valves. The most common is the normally-closed type, in which the valve opens when the coil is energized, and closes when the coil is de-energized. The other type is the normally-open valve which opens when the coil is deenergized and closes when the coil is energized. The operation of both types is discussed in the following paragraphs.

Principles of Operation Solenoid valve operation is based on the theory of the electromagnet. The solenoid valve coil sets up a magnetic field when electrical current is flowing through it. If a magnetic metal, such as iron or steel, is introduced into the magnetic field, the pull of the field will raise the metal and center it in the hollow core of the coil. By attaching a stem to the magnetic metal or plunger, this principle is used to open the port of the valve. When the electrical circuit to the coil is broken, the magnetic field will collapse and the stem and plunger either will fall by gravity or be pushed down by the kick off spring. Some solenoid valves are designed with a hammer blow effect. When the coil is energized, the plunger starts upward before the stem. The plunger then picks up the stem by making contact with a collar at the top. The momentum of the plunger assists in opening the valve against the unbalanced pressure across the port.

Pilot Operated Normally Closed Solenoid Valves In a pilot operated valve, the stem and plunger assembly opens a pilot port. This releases the pressure on top of the disc, piston or diaphragm which then moves upward and opens the main valve port. Figure 3 illustrates the four phases of the operating cycle of a typical pilot operated valve. The operation is the same whether the valve is a disc, piston or diaphragm type. Initially the pilot port and the main port are closed as shown in A. Pressure at the valve inlet is present on top of the disc as well, because of an equalizer hole drilled through the disc. When the coil is energized, the stem and plunger assembly is lifted and the pilot port is opened - B. The stem and plunger assembly is centered within the coil by the magnetic field. The pilot port, if properly sized for the fluid to be handled, will relieve the pressure on top of the disc. Now the valve inlet pressure will act on a portion of the bottom of the disc, lifting the disc to open the main port - C. Once the port is open, the disc is held off the seat by the pressure difference across the port.

Solenoid valves are also classified according to the "stem and plunger" action. The two types are discussed in the following sections.

Coil De-Energized Pilot Port Closed Main Port Closed

Equalizer Hole

Coil Energized Pilot Port Open Main Port About to Open

A

B

Coil Energized Pilot Port Open Main Port Open

Coil De-Energized Pilot Port Closed Main Port Closing

C

D Figure 3

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General

Sporlan Solenoid Valves When the coil is de-energized, the stem and plunger assembly drops, due to gravity or the kick off spring, and closes the pilot port. As shown in D the pressure above the disc is no longer vented to the downstream side of the valve. Fluid flow and pressure drop causes the pressure above the disc to be higher than below the disc, and the disc drops, closing the main port. In some valves the plunger is spring loaded and does not rely on gravity to close. All Sporlan Solenoid Valves except the A3, E3, W3, MA5A3 and 180 SPC are pilot operated and employ either the floating disc, floating piston or floating diaphragm construction. The pilot operated valves require a very low, 1 psi, pressure differential for full operation.

Normally Open Solenoid Valves operate very similar to the normally closed type. The system pressure is utilized to open and close these valves. The major difference in the normally open construction is that with the coil de-energized, a spring is used to push the stem and plunger assembly upward holding the pilot port open. This then allows the disc to rise, because of the pressure difference between the bottom and top of the disc, and permits flow to take place.

The pressure on top of the disc then equalizes with the incoming pressure and the disc moves down closing the main port. The valve will remain closed as long as the coil is energized.

Direct-Connected Piston Assemblies, with the stem and plunger mechanically connected to the piston, are used on applications where the valve must be sized for very small pressure drop, such as on suction lines. While the pilot operated principle is still used to open the valve, the magnetic pull of the coil is utilized to hold the piston open, preventing possible pulsations. A disadvantage of the direct-connected type is the case where dirt prevents free piston movement and the plunger is unable to center itself in the coil. This will cause overheating of the coil and the danger of coil burnout is present. The "floating piston or disc" type permits independent operation of the plunger to allow a complete magnetic circuit regardless of the piston’s position and thereby eliminates the possibility of coil burnout due to restricted piston or disc movement. For additional information, see Page 27, Suction Line Service.

When the coil is energized, the stem and plunger assembly is pulled DOWN, closing the pilot port.

Design Maximum Operating Pressure Differential

Maximum Rated Pressure

The maximum pressure differential against which a solenoid valve can open is generally abbreviated MOPD. This is illustrated in Figure 4.

Don’t confuse the MOPD rating of a valve with the maximum rated pressure. The rated pressure of a solenoid valve is a design specification indicating the maximum pressure under which the valve should be applied. Actually, the valve must be able to withstand three times its maximum rated pressure and pass fatigue cycle tests, to qualify for listing by Underwriters’ Laboratories.

MOPD ratings are established at 85% of rated voltage and with a hot coil after its maximum temperature is reached. For any given valve and coil design, the factors that effect MOPD are voltage deviation and coil temperature.

Synthetic Seating Introduced by Sporlan in 1947, synthetic seating provides permanent seat tightness. Our experience in the use of these superior seating materials provides a reliable basis for durable construction best suited for various applications.

Solenoid Coil The interchangeability of solenoid coils is necessarily limited by considerations of the varying requirements of power and plunger movement. Nevertheless, only three coil sizes are required for the extensive line of Sporlan Solenoid Valves. Each coil is interchangeable between a number of valves within a given size range.

Manual Lift Stem Occasionally, circumstances require that a solenoid valve be opened independently of the electrical power. Therefore, a manual lift stem is available on all valves from the B6 and E6 series up through the MA50 series. Sporlan Solenoid Valves are constructed to insure long, troublefree life. They employ proven design features for reliable performance on all applications.

Figure 4 MOPD 300 psi

315 psi INLET

15 psi OUTLET

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Sporlan Solenoid Valves VALVE SERIES A3P1 A3F1 A3S1 E3 E5 E6, ME6 B6, MB6 B9, MB9, OB9 E9, ME9, OE9 E10, ME10, OE10 B10, MB10, OB10 B14, MB14, OB14, E14, ME14, OE14 B19, MB19, OB19, E19, ME19, OE19 B25, MB25, OB25 E25, ME25, OE25 E35, ME35, OE35 B33, MB33, OB33 E42, ME42, OE42 W3P1 W6P1 W14P2 W19P2 W25P2 R183 R184 R246

PORT SIZE mm

TYPE DE OPERATION

2.57

Direct Acting

COIL KIT

Construction Details * BODY MATERIAL

TYPE OF SEATING MAIN PORT

STEM AND PLUNGER ASSEMBLY

PILOT PORT

PISTON DISC OR DIAPHRAGM

Synthetic to Metal MKC-1

Brass

-

Metal to Metal

-

3.81 4.76 Brass Forging 7.14 Brass 7.94

Disc

11.11

Pilot Operated

Brass Forging

15.08 19.84

Stainless Steel Synthetic to Metal

MKC-1 and †OMKC-1 MKC-2 and †OMKC-2

25.4 33.34 2.56 4.76 11.11 15.08 19.84

Stainless Steel Pin to Synthetic Seal

MKC-2 and †OMKC-2

Direct Acting

MKC-1

Piston

Steel Casting Brass

-

-

Stainless Steel Pin to Synthetic Seal

Disc

Stainless Steel Port to Synthetic Plunger Seal

Diaphragm

MKC-2 Pilot Operated

14.29

Brass Forging MKC-1

19.05

*All "E" Series Valves have Copper Extended Solder Type Connections. †Normally Open Solenoid Valve ONLY.

Approximate Net and Shipping Weights‡ VALVE SERIES WITH COIL

Weight - lbs. NET

SHIPPING

A3, E3, E5, W3

0.45

0.54

B6, E6, W6

0.45

0.54

B9, E9

0.68

B10, E10 B14, E14, W14

VALVE SERIES WITH COIL

WEIGHT - Kgs. NET

SHIPPING

B19, E19, W19

1.04

1.18

B25, E25, W25

1.41

1.54

0.77

E35

2.63

2.86

0.91

1.04

E42

4.54

5.44

0.91

1.04

R18, R24

1.04

1.27

‡ Weights may vary due to connection sizes, manual lift stem, coil voltage, etc.

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Construction Details

Sporlan Solenoid Valves

By using modern production equipment, Sporlan consistently provides top quality solenoid valves for air conditioning, refrigeration and other uses. Quality is maintained by strict quality control methods in all phases of production followed by detailed testing of every valve produced. Extensive use of stainless steel, thoroughly proven synthetic materials and modern sealing methods along with top grade brass, bronze and semi-steel body materials, contribute to Sporlan’s high quality product. The table on Page 23 lists the materials and construction details of Sporlan Solenoid Valves. Sporlan reserves the right to change materials that improve the quality, performance and/or integrity of the product.

Coil Construction Sporlan solenoid coils are constructed with some of the finest materials available for electromagnet coil manufacture.

Standard Coils - The number 1 and 2 coils are wound on a molded Rynite® bobbin. The wound bobbin is then inserted into a mold in a transfer press and encapsulated with a thermoset polyester compound. The coil yoke is assembled afterward and the coils are identified as (O)MKC-1 and (O)MKC-2, US Patent No. 3,818,398. The thermoset polyester is moisture proof, fungus proof and meets military specifications.

Electrical Specifications Sporlan Solenoid Valve coils are available in many voltage and cycle ratings. The standard coils required are listed on the Specification pages for the various valves. Dual voltage, direct current (DC) and other alternating current (AC) coils are available for most valve types at slight additional cost. For other voltages and cycles, consult Sporlan, Washington, MO.

Color Coded Lead Wires - For ease of identification, coils are manufactured with the following colored lead wires: All other coils are supplied with black lead wires. 24/50-60 120/50-60 208/50-60

Orange Blue Yellow

208-240/50-60 Red Dual Voltaje Black, Bleu, Yellow, Red

120-V

Black

Yellow

Red

Blue

Black

Yellow

Red

Blue

Wiring for Dual Voltage Coil

208-V 240-V

Leads on valves with a conduit boss are 18" long while coil leads on valves with a junction box are 6" in length.

Junction Box - All solenoid valves are available with either an integral junction box or a 1/2" conduit connection at no extra charge. All valves are automatically supplied with the integral junction box. If a conduit boss is required, it must be specified on the order. All junction boxes are equipped with grounding screw provisions and marked in accordance with UL and CSA recommendations.

Conduit Boss - Nema Rating - The Standard (O) MKC-1 and (O)MKC-2 coil assemblies with conduit boss type yokes will satisfy Nema 4 and IP55 (Rain Tight) as well as Nema 1, 2, 3, 3R, 3S, 12 and 13.

DIN Connector (O)MKC-1E and (O)MKC-2E coils with Female DIN Connectors will satisfy IP65.

(O)MKC-1E and (O)MKC-2E coils with Female DIN Connectors will satisfy IP65. - Only two coil sizes are required with the complete line of Sporlan Solenoid Valves. The molded MKC-1 coil will fit the old style KC-1 coil. The molded MKC-2 coil will fit the old style KC-2 coil. Since the molded coils are a complete magnetic assembly, the old housing and related parts should be discarded when replacing the old KC-1 or KC-2.

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Sporlan Solenoid Valves Conversion from AC to DC Coils - The conversion of a solenoid valve from AC to DC service varies with the valves construction and its principle of operation. Valve series A3, E3, E5, B6, E6, B9, E9, B10, E10, B14, E14, B19, E19, B25, E25, B33, E35, E42, all of the W series industrial valves and R-Series diaphragm valves can be converted from AC to DC service by changing coils. However, it is important to note that changing from AC to DC service does lower the valve’s MOPD characteristics. This should be taken into consideration since the valve may not be able to open at these lower pressure ratings on some applications.

Electrical Specifications VALVE SERIES

RATING VOLTS/CYCLES

WATTS

COIL

24/50-60, 120/50-60 A3, E3, E5, 208-240/50-60 B6, E6, E35, R18, R24, W3, B5D, 8D, 12D, Dual 120-208-240/5060 10G, 16D

10

MIKC-1 and OMKC-2

B9, E9, B10, 24/50-60, 120/50-60 E10, B14, 208-240/50-60 E14, B19, E19, B25, E25, Dual 120-208-240/50B33, E42, 180 60 SPC

15

MIKC-1 and OMKC-2

Identification Listed by Underwriters’ Laboratories Inc., Canadian Standard Association and CE Approved. UL File No. MH4576 – CSA File No. LR19953

All Sporlan solenoid valves are identified by a valve nameplate, see Figure 5. This nameplate will indicate the valve type number, maximum operating pressure differential (MOPD) and maximum rated pressure (MRP). Any valves using the MKC-1, OMKC-1, MKC-2 and OMKC-2 will have their electrical specifications shown on the face plate of the coil assembly. See Figure 6.

Ordering Instructions The following table lists the standard coil configurations available. Other AC Voltages and Cycles may be available on special order. When ordering any Coil Assembly, Specify Coil Size, Voltage and Cycles. Example: MKC-1 24/50-60

Coil Kit MKC-1 and OMKC-1 VALVE SERIES

A3 E3 E5 B6 E6 W3 W6

R183 R184 R246 8D 12D 10G E35

RATING - VOLTS/CYCLES

24/50-60 120/50-60 208-240/50-60 Dual 120-208-240/50-60 12DC 24DC

*OMKC Coils used only on normally open solenoid valves.

MKC-2 and * OMKC-2 VALVE SERIES B9 E9 B10 E10 B14 E14 B19 E19 B25 E25

B33 E42 180 SPC 16D W14 W19 W26

RATING - VOLTS/CYCLES

24/50-60 120/50-60 208-240/50-60 Dual 120-208-240/50-60 12DC 24DC

Figura 5

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Identification

*

S

Spade Coil

2

1 2 Coil Size

S CONNECTIONS P - Pipe F - SAE Flare S - ODF Solder

25

Port Size en 1/32"

B Design or Series A, B, & W Series

Manual Lift Stem

C - Built-In Check Valve

M

THE ABOVE PREFIXES MAY BE ADDED TO BASIC VALVE TYPE NUMBER (B25S2) TO REQUEST SPECIAL FEATURES.

Normally open valves available in B9, E9 through E42 series only, and require OMKC-2 Coil Assembly. Add prefix D for direct connected assembly in MA32 and MA17A3 series. Example: DMA32P3.

Q The MKC-1, OMKC-1, MKC-2 and OMKC-2 are fungus proof and meet MIL-I-631C. 2 The standard MKC-1 and MKC-2 are class "F" rated. *

No dash number indicates standard length. Dash numbers -1, -2, -3 etc. thru -18 indicates nonstandard longer or shorter overall lengths -19 thru -33 indicates other deviation from standard, contact Sporlan, Washington, MO.

** Standard connections are ODF inlet x ODF outlet on ‘’E" Series valves. Minimum quantities may be required for other connections.

The "E" series is identified by an expanded nomenclature compared to the "B" series. Continued is the system of valve identity based on port size. In addition, the "E" series identifies the connection size and type. The advantage of the "E" series nomenclature system is that it allows ease in valve identification of the standard line and can provide considerable information about special valves supplied to manufacturers. Details of the "E" series nomenclature are given above. Example: MEl0S250 is a valve with 5/16" port (10), manual lift stem (M), standard extended 5/8" ODF x 5/8" ODF connections (50) and standard overall length (no dash number).

Lengths and type of connections other than standard may be required to satisfy specific customer requirements. For connections and other special features consult Sporlan, Washington, MO. The specifications pages lists the standard length which applies regardless of type of end connection (ODF x ODF, ODF x ODM, ODM x ODF or ODM x ODM).

0

*

S Coil Connection S - Espada E - DIN 43650A

5

Overall Length

2

**CONNECTIONS 0 - ODF X ODF 1 - ODF X ODM 2 - ODM X ODF 3 - ODM X ODM

S

Connection Size in 1/8"

10

Coil Size

Manual Lift Stem

E

CONNECTIONS Solder

M

Port Size in 1/32"

C

Design Series

O

Built-In Check Valve

Nomenclature - E Series

Normally Open

MKC-1, OMKC-1, MKC-2 and OMKC-2

D Disc Type D - Direct Connected

O

Overall Length

Nomenclature - A, B and W Series

Normally Open

Figure 6

Sporlan Solenoid Valves

Current and Superseding Valves CURRENT VALVE TYPE A3, E3 E5 B6, MB6 E6, ME6 B9, MB9 E9, ME9 B10, MB10 E10, ME10 B14, MB14 E14, ME14 B19, MB19 E19, ME19 B25, MB25 E25, ME25 OB9, OE9 OB10, OE10 OB14, OE14 OB19, OE19 OB25, OE25 OB33 OE42 OE34

CURRENT COIL KIT

OBSOLETE VALVE TYPE

CURRENT COIL KIT

MKC-1

10, †62, †11 A6 †12, †1210, †1240

MKC-2 MKC-1 -

A9, MA9, 14

MKC-2

OMKC-2

E35, ME35

MKC-1

E35, ME35

MKC-1

E42, ME42 180 W3P1 W6P1 W14P2 W19P2 W25P2 R183 R184 R246

MKC-2 MKC-1 MKC-2 MKC-1

A10, MA10 †20 A14, MA14 †73, †72 A17, MA17, 43, 4304, 4303, 42, 4202 A24, MA24, 53, 5304, 5303, 52, 5202

MKC-2 MKC-2 MKC-3*

-

-

EOB33, OE33 B32, MB32, MC32, 9001,9005 (E)B33, (E)MB33, (M)E34 EMB42S3 †172, †170, †162 XKA XJQ 4306-P, 4308-P W24P3, 5306-P, 5308-P W7P2

OMKC-2 MKC-3* MKC-2 MKC-3* MKC-1 MKC-2 MKC-3*

-

† Replacement coils no longer available. * Please contact Parker Aftermarket Customer Service for MKC-3 coils and associated parts.

-

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Sporlan Solenoid Valves

Application

In the majority of cases, Sporlan Solenoid Valves are used for controlling the flow of refrigerants in liquid or suction lines, or in hot gas defrost circuits. They are equally suitable for many other less common forms of refrigerant control. These applications and other related topics are discussed in the following section. For applications not covered, consult Sporlan, Washington, MO.

Liquid Line Service The primary purpose of a solenoid valve in a refrigerant liquid line is to prevent flow into the evaporator during the off-cycle. On multiple evaporator systems, a solenoid valve may be used in each of the liquid lines leading to the individual evaporators. Figure 7

thermostat is satisfied, the valve closes and the compressor continues to run until a substantial portion of the refrigerant has been pumped from the evaporator. A low pressure cutout control is used to stop the compressor at a pre-determined evaporator pressure. When the thermostat again calls for refrigeration, the solenoid valve opens causing the evaporator pressure to rise and the compressor to start. This arrangement can be used on either single or multiple evaporators.

Suction Line Service There are several applications, particularly on suction lines, where pressure drops in excess of 2 psi cannot be tolerated. Therefore, only valves which are capable of opening at very low pressure drops are suitable for this type of use.

Line Voltage

Magnetic Starter

Solenoid Valve

Thermostat

All Sporlan refrigeration solenoid valves, are ideally suited for these special applications. They are capable of opening full at pressure drops of 1.0 psi. For suction line capacities refer to the Tables on Pages 6 and 7.

Catch-All

High Temperature Applications Suction Line

Compressor Dual Pressure Control

Condenser Receiver

Liquid Line

The application of a liquid line solenoid valve depends mainly on the method of wiring the valve with the compressor control circuit. It may be wired so the valve is energized only when the compressor is running. This type of application is illustrated in Figure 7.

Another application known as pump down control, uses a thermostat to control the solenoid valve. See Figure 8 for a wiring and valve location schematic. When the Figure 8

Line Voltage Magnetic Starter Thermostat

Solenoid Valve TEV Catch-All

Dual Pressure Control Water Solenoid Control

Suction Line

Compressor

Condenser Receiver

Any valves using the MKC-1, OMKC-1, MKC-2 or OMKC-2 coil may be used on fluids or gases whose temperature does not exceed 240°F, while the valve ambient is 120°F.

Liquid Line

NOTE: The MKC-1, OMKC-1, MKC-2 and OMKC-2 molded coils are satisfactory for use with hot gas bypass and hot gas defrost applications. Their unique molded rib surface radiates heat very rapidly and therefore a high temperature coil is not required in these two sizes.

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Application

Sporlan Solenoid Valves Gas Defrost Service

Filter-Driers are Essential

There are several piping arrangements used for hot gas defrost systems, one of which is shown in Figure 9. A portion of the compressor discharge gas is passed through the solenoid valve into the evaporator. The solenoid valve may be controlled either manually or automatically for this duty.

Dirt and other system contaminants present a problem for refrigeration and air conditioning controls. Since pilot operated solenoid valves operate with rather close tolerances, system cleanliness is imperative. The Sporlan Catch-All ® Filters-Drier filters out minute particles of dirt and other foreign matter, thus protecting the valve. Filtering is important on ammonia systems also. The replaceable core Catch-All ® Filters-Driers designed for ammonia use, acts as a scale trap to protect system components. Therefore, we recommend using a Catch-All ® Filters-Drier ahead of every solenoid valve on all refrigeration and air conditioning applications. Contact Sporlan before adding a Catch-All ® Filters-Drier in the discharge line.

Gas defrost valve selection requires a slightly different approach from the simple pressure drop versus tonnage. Be sure to consider the evaporator temperature correction factors shown at the bottom of the discharge gas capacities table in order to make certain that the valve selected does have adequate capacity.

Figure 9 Thermostatic Expansion Valve

Transformer Selection for Low-Voltage Control Systems Defrost Solenoid Valve

Evaporator

Suction Pressure Regulator

Compressor Receiver

Condenser

Re-Evaporator

Compressor Capacity Reduction Service Sporlan Solenoid Valves may be used in conjunction with Sporlan Discharge Bypass Valves for capacity reduction service. For capacity information and further details on the Discharge Bypass Valves see Bulletin 90-40 or consult Sporlan, Washington, MO.

Water Service See Pages 19 & 20 — Industrial Valves.

MKC-1 OMKC-1 MKC-2 OMKC-2

Fusing Sporlan Solenoid Valves are not supplied with fuses. Fusing should be according to local codes. We recommend fusing the hot leg of the valve wiring with fast acting fuses and the valve should be grounded either through the fluid piping or the electrical conduit.

INRUSH

HOLDING

INRUSH

HOLDING

INRUSH

HOLDING

TRANSFORMER RATING VOLTS-AMPERES FOR 100% OF RATED MOPD OF VALVE

1.9

.63

.39

.14

.19

.09

60

3.1

1.4

.60

.26

.31

.13

100

24 VOLTS/50-60 CYCLES COIL KIT

Many systems utilize low voltage controls, requiring the use of a transformer for voltage reduction, normally to 24 volts. The selection of a transformer is not accomplished by merely selecting one that has the proper voltage requirements. The volt-ampere (VA) rating is equally important. To determine the VA requirement for a specific solenoid valve, refer to the chart below. It should be noted, that insufficient transformer capacity will result in reduced operating power or lowering of the MOPD value. If more than one solenoid valve and/or other accessories are operated from the same transformer, then the transformer VA rating must be determined by adding the individual accessories’ VA requirements.

CURRENT-AMPERES

120 VOLTS/50-60 CYCLES CURRENT-AMPERES

240 VOLTS/50-60 CYCLES CURRENT-AMPERES

• All current values are based on 60 cycles. • Volt-ampere ratings are based on inrush currents. • Above values are based on the most severe conditions. - Consult Sporlan for coil characteristics on specific valve types.

Parker Hannifin Ltd Climate and Industrial Controls Group Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Europe Cortonwood Drive, Brampton South Yorkshire S73 OUF United Kingdom phone +44 (0) 1226 273400 fax +44 (0) 1226 273401 www.parker.com/race

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