Temprite adds to its line of oil management products with new Liquid Receivers for small- to large-refrigerant systems. A Liquid Receiver is a storage tank for holding liquid refrigerant and is located after the condenser in a refrigeration system. A Liquid Receiver is an important part of any system because it ensures liquid refrigerant is entering the expansion device. Each Receiver has Inlet and Outlet connections and a threaded port for installation of an over-pressure safety relief device.
Temprite Liquid Receivers accommodate all refrigerants: carbon dioxide (CO2); hydrocarbons (HCs), including ethane, isobutane, and propane; and ammonia (NH3).
The smallest unit, Model VR6-12, has a bottom mounting stud. Fixed mounting feet are installed on Models VR8-16 through VR18-60. Models VR14-36 through VR18-60 also have lifting lugs on their top domes. Horizontal receivers are also available. All receivers are welded and have all-steel components.
Custom Liquid Receivers and options such as sight glasses and sensors are available for all models.