HVAC Crankcase Pressure-Regulating Valves Location
As Fig. 11-27 indicates, the CRO valve is applied in the suction line between the evaporator and the compressor. Normally, the CRO is installed downstream of any other controls or accessories. However, on some applications it may be advisable or necessary to locate other system components, such as an accumulator, downstream of the CRO. This is satisfactory as long as the CRO valve is applied only as a CRO valve. CRO valves are designed for application in the suction line only. They should not be applied in hot-gas bypass lines or any other refrigerant line of a system.
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