BIM: RefHP high-pressure fittings now included
Fittings for transcritical systems up to 130 bar | High demand for industrial refrigeration systems | Considerable advantages over stainless steel | UL certification successful
SANHA's high pressure fittings RefHP are now also available for BIM Revit. Technical planners and engineers can thus conveniently access this data when planning refrigeration systems and rooms for fruit and vegetables or other commercial and industrial refrigeration circuits in the transcritical sector, for example.
Practical visualization and material list at the touch of a button
All forms are stored as a data record. Together with the autorouting and auto-scaling functions, this enables not only practical visualization but also comprehensive and time-saving planning, line layout and traceability. From the plans generated in this way, a material list can be created directly at the push of a button. The app, which also contains all other SANHA systems, can be downloaded free of charge.
The range includes soldering fittings in sizes from 3/8 "to 2 1/8" and thus covers all requirements. The fittings are made of a highly stable copper-iron alloy, which makes them suitable for increasing use in CO2-powered cooling circuits - up to an operating pressure of 130 bar and in the temperature range from -196 to +150 °C. They are also suitable for use in CO2-powered cooling circuits.
Connection with all pipes
The fittings of the RefHP series can be connected to all common copper-iron pipes (CL12, TALOS XS, K65, XHP). Thanks to the low carbon content, the quality of the compound is very good. The corrosion-resistant material is also magnetic, which makes it easier to recognise on site. Compared to stainless steel, CuFe fittings are characterised by their lower weight and therefore easier handling on the construction site. In addition, the production of a brazed joint is considerably easier and faster than conventional TIG welding.
RefHP Series 29000 meets the most stringent requirements - UL certification available
The RefHP series has also successfully passed the UL 207 tests. The fittings are now tested according to the strictest requirements and approved for an operating pressure of up to 130 bar - 10 bar more than usual for high-pressure fittings.