Coming soon: Subcritical R744 components from Castel

By team, Jun 08, 2010, 12:03 1 minute reading

The Italian-based expert in the field of refrigeration & air conditioning is joining as Bronze partner. Castel proposes a wide range of products, including electronic expansion valves, opportunely modified to be suitable with CO2 systems.

Being active in more than 75 countries, Castel operates as an international player in the production of components for the air conditioning and refrigeration industry. The company’s commitment towards the environment takes it to offer innovative CO2 products that satisfy its customers while respecting the environment. Soon Castel will present in more detail its PWM valve 2029 that is suitable for subcritical applications.

Other products suitable with CO2 systems in subcritical cycles from Castel are the following:
  • Ball valves
  • Liquid indicators
  • Filter driers with replaceable solid core
  • Check valves
  • Safety valves
All of these components are CE approved, stamped and designed for a maximum working pressure of (PS) 45–52 bar.

Quality matters

Castel were among the first Italian industries in the mechanical field, in early 1990’s, to achieve the ISO 9000 certification. Castel consider quality to be a global commitment, with the goal of high standards and reliable delivery being paramount. The company has a continuous process, involving the latest technology, of product improvements and development. This is matched by ethical, environmental and safety at work responsibilities.


“We are sure our partnership with is a great chance for us to grow. We believe in the CO2 technology and our goal is to enter this new, valuable market. We are new developing products for transcritical CO2 systems to complement our existing range and they will be soon introduced to the market.”

Castel at China Refrigeration

Castel displayed its new range of R744 valves and other components at the China Refrigeration, held from 7-9 April in Beijing. See the article with image gallery.


By team (@r744)

Jun 08, 2010, 12:03

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