Thermostatic expansion valve, TR 6, R22/R407C


Temperature range [°C]: -10 - 15, Orifice size: 5, Orifice capacities [kW]: 18.50, Orifice capacities [TR]: 5.30

Product details

Gross weight 0.53 Kg
Net weight 0.53 Kg
EAN 5702428119856


Adjustable Yes
Approval C UL US
Balanced port [Yes/No] Yes
Body material Brass
Capillary tube length [in] 31.5 in
Capillary tube length [mm] 800 mm
Check valve Yes
Connection material Copper
Direction Straightway
Element temperature max. [°C] 100 °C
Element temperature max. [°F] 212 °F
Equal. Capillar tube lgt. [in] 24.3 in
Equalization connection type Cap. tube, flare
Equalization size [in] 1/4 in
Factory setting [bar] 6.21 bar
Factory setting [psig] 104.8 psig
Flow direction indicator Embossed 1-way arrow
Further information Adjustable
In scope of WEEE and contain batteries No
Inlet connection type Solder, ODF
Inlet fitting variant 067U0087
Inlet size [in] 3/8 in
Max. Working Pressure [bar] 49 bar
Max. Working Pressure [psig] 711 psig
MOP Point [psig] MAH
Orifice capacities [kW] 18.5 kW
Orifice capacities [TR] 5.3 TR
Orifice size 5
Outlet connection type Solder, ODF
Outlet fitting variant 067U0087
Outlet size [in] 3/8 in
Packing format Multi pack
Parts included 1 Aeroquip female 5/8 in conne
1 Chatleff female 3/4 in conne
1 Flare 3/8 in connector
Bulb strap
Installation instruction
Insulation tape
Port design Balance port
Product accessories TXV accessories
Product group Expansion valves
Product Name Description Thermostatic expansion valve
Quantity per packing format 12 pc
REACH Candidate List substances Lead (CAS no. 7439-92-1)
Refrigerants R22/R407C
SCIP dossier no. da420efe-2109-4d9e-9549-19822c921816
SCIP dossier product name TR6
Serviceable No
Static Superheat (SS) [°C] 4.03 °C
Static Superheat (SS) [°F] 39.25 °F
Temperature range [°C] [max] 15 °C
Temperature range [°C] [min] -10 °C
Temperature range [°F] [max] 60 °F
Temperature range [°F] [min] 15 °F
Type TR 6
UL approval file name SA7200
UL approved refrigerants R22


Spare Parts






Software and firmware to extend functionality