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Anaconda Vibration Eliminators®

Vibration Eliminators are available in bronze and stainless steel - both with copper tube ends.

Select from the links below for specifications, notes, installation instructions and warranty information

Bronze Vibration Eliminators

Stainless Steel Vibration Eliminators

Vibration Eliminator Installation Instructions


Bronze Vibration Eliminators

SUITABLE FOR USE WITH THE FOLLOWING REFRIGERANTS

R12 R22 R23 R125 R134A R401A R401B R402A R402B R404A R407A R407B R407C R408A R409A R410A R410B R412A R502 R507 R508 R509

NOTES

  1. The designs tabulated are recognized under the component program of Underwriters Laboratories Inc. File No.SA 2585.
  2. When purchased as "bagged" each vibration eliminator is cleaned and dehydrated for refrigeration service, and sealed in plastic film. When purchased as "boxed" each vibration eliminator is cleaned and dehydrated for refrigeration service, Individually boxed and sealed in plastic film.
  3. The maximum test pressure is 1.5 times the maximum operating pressure which is tabulated in Column 4.
  4. he minimum burst pressure is 5 times the maximum operating pressure which is tabulated in Column 4.
  5. The copper tube ends are designed as sweat connections for refrigeration tubing. The inside surface conforms to ASME/ANSI B16.18 and B16.22.
  6. All configurations are available with male copper tube ends.

ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS

Vibration Eliminators can be ordered by indicating the Model Number (column 3), if they are bagged or boxed, or by the Part Identification Number (PIN) in Column 9.


Stainless Steel Vibration Eliminators

NOT FOR USE WITH AMMONIA

Refrigerant saturation pressure at 125ºF(52ºC) maximum and 80ºF(27ºC) minimum must be equal to or less than the design pressure.

NOTES

  1. The designs tabulated are recognized under the component program of Underwriters Laboratories Inc. File No.SA 2585.
  2. When purchased as "bagged" each vibration eliminator is cleaned and dehydrated for refrigeration service, and sealed in plastic film. When purchased as "boxed" each vibration eliminator is cleaned and dehydrated for refrigeration service, Individually boxed and sealed in plastic film.
  3. The maximum test pressure is 1.5 times the maximum operating pressure which is tabulated in Column 4.
  4. The minimum burst pressure is 5 times the maximum operating pressure which is tabulated in Column 4.
  5. The copper tube ends are designed as sweat connections for refrigeration tubing. The inside surface conforms to ASME/ANSI B16.18 and B16.22.
  6. All configurations are available with male copper tube ends.

ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS

Vibration Eliminators can be ordered by indicating the Model Number (column 3), if they are bagged or boxed, or by the Part Identification Number (PIN) in Column 9.


Vibration Eliminator Installation:

1. Brazing and soldering flux must be removed immediately after installation. Chlorides will cause premature failure of stainless steel vibration eliminators.

2. Wrap the ferrule and approximately 2" of the braid with a wet cloth to prevent overheating during brazing and soldering.

3. Direct the torch away from the ferrule and braided section. Avoid contact of the flame with the ferrule and braid.

4. If condensation will collect and freeze: the entire flexible section, ferrules and braided hose, must be covered with water tight material.

5. Vibration Eliminators are most effective when installed perpendicular to the major motion. The fixed end should be securely anchored as close as possible to the Vibration Eliminator. When major motion exists in two planes two Vibration Eliminators should be installed.

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