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Page 2 BULLETIN 100 40 3 Modulating 3 Way Valve Types MTW 9 and MTW 17 FEATURES AND BENEFITS n Improved performance from modulated control n Reduction in number of

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Page 2 BULLETIN 100 40 3,Modulating 3 Way Valve,Types MTW 9 and MTW 17. FEATURES AND BENEFITS,nn Improved performance from modulated control. nn Reduction in number of modulation valves required per. Simplified system piping enables piping material cost. Reduced install time enables labor cost reduction, Single actuator reduces control and wiring complexity. nn Utilizes standard 42mm stepper motor,6 386 steps of resolution. 75 bipolar stepper motor,160 mA per winding,nn Bi sealing piston assembly.
DESCRIPTION,The Modulating 3 Way MTW valve allows control of. B refrigerant flow through two outlet ports Two valve pistons. are attached to a connecting rod and also to the stepper motor. As the MTW valve modulates one port opens and the other port. closes The movement of the valve pistons relative to the two. A ports is inversely proportional,APPLICATION, The MTW valve is typically located in the discharge line for. dehumidification reheat and heat reclaim applications Sporlan. recommends piping Outlet A to the normal condenser and. Outlet B to the reclaim reheat condenser Outlet connections. A and B are designated on the valve body See Figure 1. The MTW valve is a sealed design The valve should not be. disassembled for installation or service Disassembly will. damage the valve, See capacity tables beginning on page 3 For additional. refrigerant capacities and other applications please contact. Sporlan Division technical support,COMPATIBLE CONTROLLERS. The Sporlan Kelvin II Series valve controllers are compatible. with the the MTW valves The temperature and pressure con. trols allow precise stand alone control of air temperature and. pressure See Bulletin 100 50 5 for more information about the. Kelvin II Series valve controllers,BULLETIN 100 40 3 Page 3.
SPECIFICATIONS, Motor Type Permanent magnet bipolar internal wet motor. Compatible Refrigerant All common HCFC HFC refrigerants including R 410A. Compatible Oil All common mineral polyolester and alkylbenzene oils. Supply Voltage unless current limited 12 volts DC 10. Cable Hermetic 20 standard,Phase Resistance 75 ohms 10. Stepping Current 160 mA winding,Holding Current Not recommended. Number of Full Steps 6 386 full steps,Step Rate 200 steps second PPS. Initialization 7 500 steps closing, Overdriving Recommended one 10 overdrive closed per day maximum.
MRP MAP MWP 700 psig 48 3 bar,MOPD 700 psid 48 3 bar. Max Internal Leakage 400 cc min at 100 psid 6 9 bar dry air. Max External Leakage 0 10 oz yr at 300 psig 2 8 gram yr at 20 bar. Max Fluid Temperature Range 40 F to 240 F 40 C to 116 C. Ambient Temperature Range 40 F to 140 F 40 C to 60 C. Installation Maximum Temperature 240 F 116 C for 15 minutes wet rag required for brazing. Relative Humidity 0 100 condensing, Mounting Orientation Motor assembly above horizontal. Flow Direction Forward flow only,Certification UL File SA5460 CCN SFJQ2 SFJQ8. NOMENCLATURE,MTW 9 9 ODF 20 S,Stripped and Tinned, Modulating 3 Way Valve Valve Model Fitting Size and Type Cable Length. Cable Ends,Page 4 BULLETIN 100 40 3,FLOW CAPACITY DISCHARGE TONS.
Refrigerant,Valve Model,Evaporator,R 134a R 22 R 407A R 407C. Pressure Drop Across Valve psid, 0 5 1 3 5 10 0 5 1 3 5 10 0 5 1 3 5 10 0 5 1 3 5 10. 40 4 29 6 04 10 4 13 5 19 3 5 00 7 03 12 1 15 6 22 2 5 03 7 08 12 2 15 7 22 4 5 09 7 16 12 3 15 9 22 6. 20 4 12 5 80 10 0 13 0 18 5 4 83 6 79 11 7 15 1 21 4 4 84 6 82 11 7 15 2 21 5 4 90 6 90 11 9 15 3 21 8. 0 3 94 5 55 9 58 12 4 17 7 4 64 6 54 11 3 14 5 20 6 4 64 6 53 11 2 14 5 20 6 4 70 6 62 11 4 14 7 20 9. 20 3 75 5 28 9 12 11 8 16 9 4 45 6 26 10 8 13 9 19 8 4 42 6 22 10 7 13 8 19 6 4 49 6 31 10 9 14 0 19 9. 40 3 56 5 01 8 65 11 2 16 0 4 25 5 97 10 3 13 3 18 9 4 19 5 90 10 2 13 1 18 6 4 26 6 00 10 3 13 3 18 9. 40 8 15 11 4 19 3 24 8 35 0 9 45 13 2 22 3 28 6 40 2 9 50 13 2 22 4 28 7 40 4 9 63 13 4 22 7 29 1 40 9. 20 7 82 10 9 18 5 23 8 33 6 9 13 12 7 21 6 27 6 38 8 9 15 12 7 21 6 27 7 38 9 9 27 12 9 21 9 28 1 39 5. 0 7 48 10 4 17 7 22 8 32 2 8 79 12 2 20 8 26 6 37 4 8 76 12 2 20 7 26 5 37 2 8 90 12 4 21 0 26 9 37 8. 20 7 12 9 93 16 9 21 7 30 6 8 43 11 7 19 9 25 5 35 8 8 36 11 6 19 7 25 3 35 5 8 49 11 8 20 1 25 7 36 1. 40 6 75 9 41 16 0 20 5 29 0 8 05 11 2 19 0 24 3 34 2 7 93 11 0 18 7 24 0 33 7 8 07 11 2 19 1 24 4 34 3. Refrigerant,Valve Model,Evaporator,R 407F R 404A R 507 R 410A. Pressure Drop Across Valve psid, 0 5 1 3 5 10 0 5 1 3 5 10 0 5 1 3 5 10 0 5 1 3 5 10. 40 5 36 7 54 13 0 16 7 23 8 4 70 6 61 11 4 14 7 20 8 4 69 6 60 11 4 14 7 20 8 6 19 8 71 15 0 19 3 27 3. 20 5 17 7 27 12 5 16 2 22 9 4 50 6 34 10 9 14 1 20 0 4 49 6 32 10 9 14 0 19 9 6 01 8 45 14 5 18 7 26 5. 0 4 96 6 98 12 0 15 5 22 0 4 29 6 04 10 4 13 4 19 1 4 28 6 03 10 4 13 4 19 0 5 80 8 15 14 0 18 1 25 6. 20 4 74 6 67 11 5 14 8 21 0 4 07 5 73 9 86 12 7 18 1 4 06 5 71 9 84 12 7 18 0 5 57 7 83 13 5 17 4 24 6. 40 4 51 6 34 10 9 14 1 20 0 3 84 5 40 9 29 12 0 17 0 3 82 5 38 9 26 11 9 17 0 5 32 7 48 12 9 16 6 23 5. 40 10 1 14 1 23 9 30 6 43 0 8 84 12 3 20 9 26 7 37 5 8 8 12 3 20 8 26 6 37 4 11 7 16 2 27 5 35 1 49 2. 20 9 77 13 6 23 1 29 5 41 5 8 47 11 8 20 0 25 6 36 0 8 4 11 8 19 9 25 5 35 9 11 3 15 8 26 7 34 1 47 8. 0 9 38 13 1 22 1 28 3 39 8 8 08 11 3 19 1 24 4 34 3 8 1 11 2 19 0 24 3 34 2 10 9 15 2 25 7 32 9 46 1. 20 8 97 12 5 21 2 27 1 38 1 7 66 10 7 18 1 23 2 32 5 7 6 10 6 18 0 23 1 32 4 10 5 14 6 24 7 31 6 44 3. 40 8 53 11 9 20 1 25 8 36 2 7 22 10 1 17 0 21 8 30 6 7 2 10 0 17 0 21 7 30 5 10 0 14 0 23 6 30 2 42 3. Capacities based upon 100 F condensing temperature 60 F liquid entering expansion valve isentropic compression plus 50 F evaporator temperature as shown. plus 25 F superheated suction gas Reference the table below for liquid correction factors. CORRECTION FACTORS DISCHARGE APPLICATION F,Liquid Temperature Entering Expansion Valve F.
REFRIGERANT 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100,Correction Factor CF Liquid Temperature. R 134a 1 27 1 22 1 18 1 14 1 09 1 05 1 0 0 95 0 91 0 86 0 81. R 22 1 22 1 18 1 15 1 11 1 07 1 04 1 0 0 96 0 92 0 88 0 84. R 407A 1 28 1 23 1 19 1 14 1 10 1 05 1 0 0 95 0 90 0 85 0 79. R 407C 1 26 1 22 1 18 1 13 1 09 1 05 1 0 0 95 0 91 0 86 0 81. R 407F 1 26 1 22 1 18 1 13 1 09 1 05 1 0 0 95 0 91 0 86 0 81. R 404A 1 34 1 29 1 23 1 17 1 12 1 06 1 0 0 94 0 88 0 81 0 74. R 507A 1 35 1 29 1 24 1 18 1 12 1 06 1 0 0 94 0 87 0 81 0 74. R 410A 1 26 1 22 1 18 1 13 1 09 1 05 1 0 0 95 0 90 0 85 0 80. BULLETIN 100 40 3 Page 5,FLOW CAPACITY DISCHARGE kW. Valve Model Refrigerant,Evaporator,R 134a R 22 R 407A R 407C. Pressure Drop Across Valve bar, 0 03 0 06 0 2 0 4 0 7 0 03 0 06 0 2 0 4 0 7 0 03 0 06 0 2 0 4 0 7 0 03 0 06 0 2 0 4 0 7. 5 12 8 18 0 32 7 46 4 62 0 14 9 21 0 38 1 53 9 71 7 14 9 21 0 38 1 53 9 71 7 15 1 21 3 38 6 54 7 72 7. 5 12 3 17 3 31 6 44 8 59 9 14 5 20 4 37 0 52 4 69 6 14 5 20 3 36 9 52 2 69 4 14 6 20 6 37 4 52 9 70 4. 15 11 8 16 7 30 4 43 1 57 6 14 0 19 8 35 9 50 7 67 4 13 9 19 6 35 6 50 3 66 9 14 1 19 9 36 1 51 1 67 9. 25 11 4 16 0 29 1 41 3 55 2 13 6 19 1 34 6 49 0 65 1 13 4 18 8 34 2 48 4 64 3 13 6 19 1 34 7 49 1 65 3. 35 10 9 15 3 27 8 39 5 52 8 13 0 18 3 33 3 47 1 62 6 12 8 18 0 32 7 46 3 61 5 13 0 18 3 33 3 47 1 62 6. 5 24 3 33 9 60 6 85 2 113 28 4 39 5 70 5 98 7 130 28 3 39 5 70 4 98 5 130 28 7 40 0 71 4 100 132. 5 23 5 32 7 58 5 82 3 109 27 6 38 4 68 5 95 9 126 27 4 38 2 68 1 95 4 126 27 9 38 8 69 2 96 9 128. 15 22 6 31 5 56 3 79 2 105 26 7 37 2 66 4 92 9 122 26 5 36 9 65 7 92 0 121 26 9 37 5 66 8 93 5 123. 25 21 7 30 2 54 0 75 9 101 25 8 35 9 64 1 89 7 118 25 4 35 4 63 1 88 4 116 25 9 36 0 64 2 90 0 119. 35 20 7 28 9 51 6 72 5 96 1 24 8 34 6 61 6 86 3 114 24 3 33 9 60 4 84 6 111 24 8 34 5 61 6 86 2 114. Refrigerant,Valve Model,Evaporator,R 407F R 404A R 507 R 410A.
Pressure Drop Across Valve bar, 0 03 0 06 0 2 0 4 0 7 0 03 0 06 0 2 0 4 0 7 0 03 0 06 0 2 0 4 0 7 0 03 0 06 0 2 0 4 0 7. 5 15 9 22 4 40 6 57 4 76 3 13 9 19 5 35 4 50 0 66 4 13 8 19 4 35 3 49 9 66 2 18 3 25 8 46 7 66 0 87 4. 5 15 4 21 7 39 4 55 7 74 0 13 4 18 8 34 1 48 2 64 0 13 3 18 8 34 0 48 1 63 8 17 9 25 2 45 6 64 4 85 3. 15 14 9 21 0 38 1 53 9 71 5 12 8 18 1 32 7 46 3 61 5 12 8 18 0 32 6 46 1 61 3 17 4 24 5 44 3 62 6 82 9. 25 14 4 20 2 36 7 51 9 68 9 12 3 17 3 31 3 44 2 58 7 12 2 17 2 31 2 44 1 58 5 16 8 23 7 42 9 60 6 80 2. 35 13 8 19 4 35 2 49 7 66 1 11 7 16 4 29 8 42 1 55 9 11 6 16 3 29 6 41 9 55 6 16 2 22 8 41 4 58 4 77 3. 5 30 2 42 1 75 0 105 138 26 2 36 5 65 1 91 0 120 26 1 36 4 64 8 90 7 119 34 7 48 3 86 0 120 158. 5 29 3 40 8 72 8 102 134 25 3 35 2 62 7 87 8 116 25 2 35 1 62 5 87 5 115 33 9 47 2 84 0 117 154. 15 28 4 39 5 70 4 98 5 130 24 3 33 8 60 2 84 3 111 24 2 33 7 60 0 84 0 111 32 9 45 9 81 7 114 150. 25 27 3 38 0 67 8 94 9 125 23 2 32 3 57 6 80 6 106 23 1 32 2 57 3 80 2 106 31 9 44 4 79 1 110 145. 35 26 2 36 5 65 0 91 0 120 22 1 30 7 54 8 76 6 101 22 0 30 6 54 5 76 3 100 30 8 42 8 76 2 106 140. Capacities based upon 35 C condensing temperature 15 C liquid entering expansion valve isentropic compression plus 30 C evaporator temperature as shown. plus 15 C superheated suction gas Reference the table below for liquid correction factors. CORRECTION FACTORS DISCHARGE APPLICATION C,Liquid Temperature Entering Expansion Valve C. REFRIGERANT 15 10 5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35,Correction Factor CF Liquid Temperature. R 134a 1 24 1 20 1 16 1 12 1 08 1 04 1 0 0 96 0 92 0 87 0 83. R 22 1 19 1 16 1 13 1 10 1 07 1 03 1 0 0 97 0 93 0 90 0 86. R 407A 1 25 1 21 1 17 1 13 1 09 1 04 1 0 0 96 0 91 0 87 0 82. R 407C 1 23 1 20 1 16 1 12 1 08 1 04 1 0 0 96 0 92 0 87 0 83. R 407F 1 24 1 20 1 16 1 12 1 09 1 05 1 0 0 96 0 92 0 88 0 83. R 404A 1 30 1 25 1 20 1 15 1 10 1 05 1 0 0 95 0 89 0 83 0 77. R 507A 1 31 1 26 1 21 1 16 1 11 1 05 1 0 0 94 0 89 0 83 0 77. R 410A 1 23 1 20 1 16 1 12 1 08 1 04 1 0 0 96 0 92 0 87 0 83. Page 6 BULLETIN 100 40 3,DIMENSIONS,MTW 9 2 18 1 55. 20 Cable with stripped and tinned,ends per customer request.
MTW 17 2 18 2 30,20 Cable with stripped and tinned. ends per customer request,11 33 2 30,BULLETIN 100 40 3 Page 7. WARNING USER RESPONSIBILITY, Failure or improper selection or improper use of the products described herein or related items can cause death personal injury and property damage. This document and other information from Parker Hannifin Corporation its subsidiaries and authorized distributors provide product or system options for further. investigation by users having technical expertise, The user through its own analysis and testing is solely responsible for making the final selection of the system and components and assuring that all performance. endurance maintenance safety and warning requirements of the application are met The user must analyze all aspects of the application follow applicable industry. standards and follow the information concerning the product in the current product catalog and in any other materials provided from Parker or its subsidiaries or. authorized distributors, To the extent that Parker or its subsidiaries or authorized distributors provide component or system options based upon data or specifications provided by the user.
the user is responsible for determining that such data and specifications are suitable and sufficient for all applications and reasonably foreseeable uses of the. components or systems, FOR USE ON REFRIGERATION and or AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS ONLY. For more information about our products visit us at www sporlan com. 2015 Parker Hannifin Corporation 72015 Bulletin 100 40 3. Parker Hannifin Corporation,Sporlan Division,206 Lange Drive Washington MO 63090 USA. phone 636 239 1111 fax 636 239 9130,www sporlan com.

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