There are very few refrigerants that have a low enough GWP to comply with global regulatory changes due to come in from January 2019. The clear long-term frontrunner is carbon dioxide. But there is one major issue with the use of this gas: to work as a refrigerant, it has to operate at very high pressures. Such high pressures mean fail-safe pipe connection systems and leak prevention are critical. Designed to withstand operating pressures of up to 130 bar and temperatures up to 150°C, you can rest assured that you are using the best-quality pipe connection systems available.
SANHA, a European manufacturer of pipe connection systems, have introduced SANHA RefHP, a range of high pressure CuFe2P ferrous copper fittings. Stronger than copper in its purest form, this material is a copper alloy and is formulated to have high tensile strength, and to be easily brazed utilising 5% silver hard solder wire.
The SANHA Ref HP system is ideal for use in refrigeration schemes where operating pressures of up to 130 bar and temperatures of up to 150° are required. The fittings are all produced in SANHA’s own factory in Belgium, ensuring that set manufacturing standards to ISO EN: 9001 are guaranteed. With a Declaration of Compliance in accordance with EN 10204:2004, and the backup of a major European manufacturer founded over 50 years ago, you can rest assured that you are using the best-quality pipe connection systems available.