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  • We increase uptime and efficiency in the Industrial Refrigeration Industry 2018 Edition

    Product Catalogue2018/2019 Edition

    Temperature & Pressure NH3 HFC/HFO OilCO2

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    Table of contents

    Introduction 3

    The history in brief 4

    Global supplier with a strong

    network of distributors 6

    Supplier to the market leaders 7

    From idea to final product 8

    General design philosophy 10

    Capacitance Measurement 11

    We serve you - worldwide 14

    What does the industrial refrigeration

    industry gain from electronic components? 15

    NH3 - Ammonia 19

    Ammonia plant - principle 22

    NH3 Refrigerant switch - 24 V AC/DC 28

    NH3 Refrigerant switch - 90240 V AC 32

    NH3/HFC switch - Low temperature 34

    NH3/CO2 leakage switch 36

    NH3/Oil switch 40

    Compressor protection 42

    NH3 level sensor 44

    NH3 Level Transmitter 48

    NH3 level sensor 52

    Intelligent Float level regulation 56

    Siemens Modulation Valves 60

    Siemens Modulating Valve 64

    Level controller 68

    Pressure sensor 70

    Temperature sensor 72

    Temperature Transmitter/Sensor 74

    Cable Temperature Sensor 76

    Ambient Temperature Sensor 78

    NH3/Brine leakage sensor 80

    pH display 82

    Vapor quality sensor (DX systems) 84

    Vapor quality sensor 88

    NH3 Gas leakage sensor 92

    Defrost sensor MK-2 94

    Carbon dioxide - CO2 99

    Two-stage transcritical CO2 plant - principle 100

    CO2 liquid switch - 24 V AC/DC104

    CO2 liquid switch - 90240 V AC 106

    CO2 switch - Low temperature 108

    Level Sensor - Flex 110

    CO2 level sensor 112

    HBLC - Sensor & controller 116

    Siemens Modulation Valves 118

    Siemens Modulating Valve 122

    Level controller 126

    Pressure sensor 128

    Temperature sensor 130

    Temperature Transmitter/Sensor 132

    Cable Temperature Sensor 134

    Ambient Temperature Sensor 136

    Defrost sensor MK-2 138

    Refrigerants - HFC/HFO 143

    HFC Refrigerant switch - 24 V AC/DC 148

    HFC Refrigerant switch - 90240 V AC 152

    Ice proof switch 154

    Compressor protection 156

    HFC level sensor - Wire 158

    Level sensor - Flex 162

    Intelligent Float level regulation 164

    Siemens Modulation Valves 168

    Siemens Modulating Valve 172

    Level controller 176

    Pressure sensor 178

    Temperature sensor 180

    Temperature Transmitter/Sensor 182

    Cable Temperature Sensor 184

    Ambient Temperature Sensor 186

    Gas quality sensor / DX controller 188

    Defrost sensor MK-2 192

    Sensor outputs196

    Oil 198

    Oil switch - 24 V AC/DC 200

    Oil switch - 90240 V AC 204

    High Temperature Oil switch - 24 V AC/DC 208

    Oil Pot Switch - 24 V AC/DC 212

    Oil level controller / Management 216

    Oil Pot Controller 218

    Oil in refrigeration systems 226

    Standards 232

    Other accessories 233

    HB online web-shop 236

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    Function: NH3 liquid switch Application: Level switch in tanksTemperature: -30..+80CSupply: 24 V AC/DCOutput: PNP/NPN 1A

    Function: NH3 liquid switch Application: Level switch in tanksTemperature: -30..+80CSupply: 90240 V ACOutput: Solid state relay

    Function: NH3 liquid switch Application: Level switch in flow freezersTemperature: -60..+80CSupply: 24 V DCOutput: Solid state relay 1A

    Function: NH3/CO2 leakage switchApplication: Leakage switch in heat exchangersTemperature: -60..+80CSupply: 24 V DCOutput: PNP - 1 A

    Function: NH3/Oil liquid switch Application: Liquid switch in industrial refrigerant systemsTemperature: -60..+80CSupply: 24 V DCOutput: PNP - 1 A

    Function: Oil switch Application: Compressor crankcases, oil collectors/tanks & oil separators.Temperature: -30..+80/120CSupply: 24 V AC/DCOutput: PNP/NPN 1A

    Function: Oil switchApplications: Compressor crankcases, oil collectors/tanks & oil separators.Temperature: -30..+80CSupply: 90240 V ACOutput: Solid state relay

    Function: High Temperature Oil switchApplications: Compressor crankcases, oil collectors/tanks & oil separators.Temperature: -30..+120CSupply: 24 V AC/DCOutput: Solid state relay

    Function: Oil phase switch Applications: Oil pots and oil purgersTemperature: -30..+80CSupply: 24 V AC/DCOutput: PNP/NPN 1A

    Function: Oil phase switch Applications: Oil pots and oil purgersTemperature: -30..+80CSupply: 90..240 V ACOutput: Solid state relay

    ON/OFF switches

    Switches, sensor and controls for NH3 industrial refrigeration installations

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    Function: NH3 level sensor - Wire Applications: Level measurement in standpipesTemperature: -30..+80CSupply: 24 V AC/DCOutput: 4...20 mA/PNP-1A

    Function: NH3 level sensor - Flex Applications: Level measurement in standpipesTemperature: -30..+80CSupply: 24 V AC/DCOutput: 4...20 mA/PNP-1A

    Function: NH3 level sensor - RodApplications: Level measurement in standpipesTemperature: -30..+80CaSupply: 24 V AC/DCOutput: 4...20 mA

    Function: Intelligent Float level regulation Applications: Float regulation in e.g. chillersTemperature: -30..+80CSupply: 24 V AC/DCOutput: 4...20 mA/PNP-1A

    Function: Level controller Applications: Level control on e.g. pump seperatorsTemperature: -30..+80CSupply: 24 V AC/DC / 90-240 V ACOutput: 4...20 mA/3x solid state relays-3/5A

    Function: pH displayApplications: Display for pH LevelTemperature: -30..+80CSupply: 24 V AC/DC / 90-240 V ACOutput: 1x solid state relays-3/5A

    Function: Pressure sensor Applications: Pressure measurement in refrigeration systemsTemperature: 40...+125C Supply: 9..32 V DCOutput: 4...20 mA

    Function: Temperature sensorApplications: Temperature measurement in refrigeration systemsTemperature: -50...+130COutput: PT100 / PT1000

    Function: pH sensorApplications: Ammonia leakage in to brine lineTemperature: -10...+95CSupply: 24 V DCOutput: 4...20 mA

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    Function: NH3 gas switch Application: Compressor protection sensorTemperature: -30..+80CSupply: 24 V AC/DCOutput: PNP 1A

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    IntroductionThis product catalogue is divided into three general sections, according to refrigerant type The three sections focus on NH3, CO2, and HFC, respectively A part from these sections, you can find introductory information on HB Products A/S, including what we work with, where we are represented, and which standards we are certified to comply with

    At the very end of the catalogue, you can find more general technical information, which can be used when you would like to learn more about the terms

    Each of the product sections contains an introductory overview of the products we can offer for the refrigerants You can find these on the following pages:

    NH3 - Ammonia - Page 19

    Carbon dioxide - CO2 - Page 79

    Refrigerants - HFC/HFO - Page 143

    Oil - Page 198

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    The history in briefHB Products dedicated to optimal solutions for level measurement and control of oil and refrigerants.

    1989Cooperation with Sabroe on design of capacity control sensor

    2000Cooperation with Aerzener

    2007Cooperation with Advansor on sensors for co2

    2007Launch of HBSC2 liquid co2 switch

    2007Launch of HBSR refrigerant switch

    1996Cooperation with Danfoss on liquid level transmitter (AKS41)

    1996Cooperation with Frick/JCI1996Cooperation with Howden on capacity control sensor

    1918Foundation of Hans Buch & Co

    1992Cooperation with Gram on design of non contact sensor

    1999Acquisition of Hans Buch & Co. by Geveke Teknik

    1999Cooperation with Daykin/McQuay on capacity control sensor

    2008Relocation to larger facilities

    2008Cooperation with MyCom/Mayekawa

    2002Foundation of HB Products A/S(management buy-out of the develop-ment and production division of Hans Buch & Co)

    2002Launch of HBSO oil level switch

    1918 1989 1992 1996 1999 2000 2002 2007 2008

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    2007Cooperation with Advansor on sensors for co2

    2007Launch of HBSC2 liquid co2 switch

    2007Launch of HBSR refrigerant switch

    2009Cooperation with Bitzer

    May. 2011Danfoss agreementterminated

    Dec. 2011Exclusive distributor agreement with Parker RS

    2013Exclusive distributoragreements with: GEA South Africa MAJ Thermofrost

    2013Cleantech + EUDPR&D project onHBDX supported by Danish energy department AAIM Distributor of HBDX

    2013Cooperation with Snowkey on design of capacity control sensor

    2014Launch of HBLT-Wire sensor

    2014Exclusive distributor agreements with GEA Australia AB Technic Lehao RCC

    2017Exclusive distributoragreement with: METALEX CRYO-GENCIS, India

    2017Launch of Defrost sensor MK-2

    2017Launch of HBTS-TR Temperature trans-mitter

    2017Launch of HBTS-Ambient

    2017Exclusive distributor agreement with Saman Abrar Co., Ltd

    2017 Launch of HBLT-FLEX

    2017 Launch of Cable Temperature Sensor

    2008Relocation to larger facilities

    2008Cooperation with MyCom/Mayekawa

    2012Exclusive distributor agreements with Hamapo Co-ref US RECO Refricomp Cooltech Temprite USA

    Feb. 2012Field test of HBDXin USA

    Oct. 2012HBDX & CP Presented at Chillventa

    201632 distributors represented in 63 countries @6 continents

    2016Distributor agreements with Combi Cool SetOn

    2016HB X sensors in operation in USA, Australia, Holland, France and Denmark

    2016HBGS NH3 gas sensor

    2018Launch of F-gas Sensor: HBLT-Fgas

    Mar. 2010GEA BockTesting of HBSO for CO2 comp

    Aug. 2010Cooperation with GEA Grasso on design of capacity control sensor

    Oct. 2010HBLC & HBOCPresented at Chillventa

    Nov. 2010Patent pendingfor HBDC

    2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2016 2017 20182013-2015

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    Global supplier with a strong network of distributorsWe are represented in many countries by local distributors They are all trained in our products and support you with both technical issues and with how to best use our products Today, we are represented in the countries below:

    Here we are represented by agents

    Danmark Canada

    Mexico

    Belize

    Guatemala

    El Salvador

    Honduras

    Nicaragua

    Costa Rica

    South Africa

    United Arab Emirates

    Turkey

    Bulgaria

    Romania

    Italy

    Spain

    Switzerland

    France

    Portugal

    Belgium

    UK

    Holland

    Ireland

    Norway

    Iceland

    Panama

    Brazil

    Argentina

    Chile

    USA

    Sweden

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    Supplier to the market leadersWe sell all over the world to the industry's suppliers of industrial refrigeration systems

    Here is a list of reference customers:

    1 MyCom/Mayekawa

    2 Nestl

    3 Advansor A/S

    4 Gram Equipment

    5 GEA Refrigeration Technologies

    6 Johnson Controls Inc

    (JCI/Frick/York/Sabroe)

    7 Bitzer

    8 Howden

    9 Daikin/McQuay

    10 Aerzener Maschinenfabrik GmbH

    11 Snowkey

    12 Hill Phoenix

    13 Dorin

    India

    Myanmar

    Thailand

    Cambodia

    Malaysia

    Singapore

    Brunei

    New Zealand

    Australia

    East Timor

    Indonesia

    Laos

    Philippines

    Vietnam

    Korea

    Japan

    China

    Dubai

    Iran

    Iraq

    Sri LankaUnited Arab Emirates

    Poland

    Finland

    Germany

    Estonia

    Latvia

    Lithuania

    Ukraine

    Russia

    Pakistan

    Bangladesh

    Nepal

    Czechia

    Slovakia

    Belarus

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    From idea to final product

    Development & construction: HB Products works continuously with the development and design of new products in new materials and with new functionalities. By using the newest construction tools, the ideas are transformed into new unique products.

    Test and quality control: All newly developed products go through rigorous testing procedures andextensive quality control before they are cleared to be put up for sale.

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    Technology and craftsmanship:HB Products is responsible for the production of sensors and control modules. In manufacturing, we take a craftsmans approach to our work, but in many areas of production we use modern and highly efficient manufacturing technology. This ensures quality down to the smallest detail.

    Calibration:In order to guarantee products with precise functionality and the best measuring capabilities, each product is calibrated before it is sent to general quality control.

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    General design philosophyAll products designed for refrigeration applications are designed by refrigeration engineers

    The in-house experience within product development, the electrical design, and the durability of the products makes it very advantageous for customers to use HB Products as a partner for design of reliable products

    Our core competences ensure trouble-free operating sensors no matter which conditions they are exposed to

    Our design and production technique ensures:

    Complete SEALING of all electronic parts for reliable functionality in all environments

    All inputs/outputs are protected against REVERSE voltage

    All sensors are INDIVIDUALLYtested and calibrated

    All sensors are SHOCK and VIBRATION proof

    All sensors are designed to operate at HOT and COLD temperatures

    Sensors are designed with DETACHABLE electronics for easy service

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    Capacitance MeasurementHISTORYIn the late 1940`s a British firm pioneered the detection of CAPACITANCE between two electrodes Capacitance, being influenced by the Dielectric Constant of the material being measured rather than the conductivity, indicated that the concept could be used in virtually any material A new industry was born

    HB Products has 20+ years of experience in the development of electronic sensors, originally for the refrigeration industry, for use with Ammonia (R717), and today we evolved our sensor technology to work with all types of refrigerants even CO

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    A capacitor is formed when a level-sensing electrode is installed in a vessel The metal rod/electrode acts as one plate of the capacitor and the reference tube acts as the other plate As the level rises, the air or gas normally surrounding the electrode is displaced by liquid having a different/higher dielectric constant Capacitance instruments detect this change and convert it into a proportional output signal, 0 to 100% level The capacitance relationship is illustrated with the following equation:

    C = 0.225 K ( A/D )

    Where:

    C = Capacitance in picoFarads pF K = Dielectric constant of the material (relative permittivity) A = Area of the inner electrodes in square inches D = Distance between the electrodes in inches

    The measured capacitance (pF valve) is converted by the HB sensor electronics into either an analogue 4-20 mA output signal or a digital ON/OFF signal All electronics are factory calibrated to specific fluids

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    The HBLT-A1 sensor was the first product designed with the capacitive measuring technology For many years, the sensors were sold by Danfoss under the name AKS41 The total number of installed sensors worldwide exceeds 35,000 units

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    The dielectric constant (relative permittivity) is a numerical value on a scale of 1 to 100, which relates to the ability of the dielectric (material between the electrodes) to store an electrostatic charge The dielectric constant of a material is determined in an actual test cell Values for many materials are published In actual practice, a capacitance change is produced in different ways, depending on the material being measured and the level electrode selection However, the basic principle always applies If a higher dielectric material replaces a lower one, the total capacitance output of the system will increase If the electrode is made larger (effectively increasing the surface area) the capacitance output increases Level measurement can be organized into two basic categories: the...