Vibration Eliminator Series added by Henry Technologies

By team, Jul 29, 2011, 13:22 1 minute reading

Henry Technologies, a specialist in manufacturing refrigeration components has developed a new high-pressure range of vibration eliminators.  The new range is called the VS Series and is suitable for many CO2 applications.  The purpose of a vibration eliminator is to absorb compressor vibration, thus reducing the risk of damage to system equipment and pipe work.

The VS Series of Vibration eliminators work by minimising the transmission of vibration from the compressor to other parts of the system, helping to prevent the failure of pipes and any connected components. As the new range is made entirely of stainless steel there is no need to wet-rag the product during the installation process, eliminating the possibility of leaks. The product can be installed in both the suction and discharge lines of air conditioning and refrigeration systems.
With a long history of designing innovative components for the refrigeration and air conditioning industries, Henry Technologies has most recently focused its activities on developing new components for subcritical and transcritical CO2 applications.
Basic Specifications
  • Allowable operating pressure: up to 60 bar
  • Allowable operating temperature: -40ºC to +120ºC
  • Large hose ID
  • Stainless steel hose and braid
  • Helium leak tested
  • CE marked 
About Henry Technologies
Henry Technologies has considerable experience in engineering CO2-suitable products, and has developed a range of R744 refrigeration parts such as ball valves, pressure relief valves, shut-off valves, pressure indicator switches, as well as oil separators, oil level regulators and oil reservoirs. A global provider of CO2 technologies since 2004, Henry Technologies, UK has supplied thousands of products for CO2 sub-critical installations across Europe, the USA and most recently South Africa.


By team (@r744)

Jul 29, 2011, 13:22

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