General Information for
our Compressors and Condensing Units

Our family of hermetic reciprocating compressors was introduced in 1975 under a license of Tokyo Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd., Japan. Important changes in the design of the first lines of compressors were made under an additional license agreement in 1985. The compressors and the condensing units made on their basis were further developed over the years to cover a wide range of applications, improve their performance and respond to increasing environmental concerns. New lines of compressors and units have been introduced.
These products are now supplied under the trademark

The products are available for a variety of refrigerants. The compressors can be supplied with a service valve or with a tube, for flare of solder type connection. All models can be with rotolock valves. The compressors and condensing units are available either for using expansion valve or capillary tube in the refrigeration process.

Each compressor has a protector which reacts to current and temperature. All compressors are oil charged. Many of the models and especially the tropical climatic version of the compressors are supplied with an oil-cooler. Connecting the oil cooling circuit where provided is imperative.

Below you will find complete data on the range of application of the products, their performance, electrical features and dimensions of the various models.

Compressors and Condensing Units Code Identification

The name of the models of our compressors and condensing units abreviate the following important characteristics:

 

 

Test Conditions

Compressors
KB
KC
KH
KK
Condensing Temperature °C
+55
+55
+55
+55
Return Gas Temperature °C
+20
+20
+20
+32
Subcooling Temperature °C
+55
+55
+55
+55
Ambient Temperature °C
+32
+32
+32
+32
Condensing Units
AB
AC
AH
AK
Return Gas Temperature °C
+32
+32
+32
+32
Subcooling Temperature °C
5
5
5
5
Ambient Temperature °C
+32
+32
+32
+32

Maximum Ambient Temperature +43 °C
F - Fan cooling (3 m/s)
OC - Oil cooling
Refrigeration oil - mineral

 

Diagrams and Drawings

  Compressors
  Condensing Units