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Climate Control Technologies and Key Markets

Climate Control Technologies and Key Markets - Supermarket image - Parker South AfricaClimate control is the technology of controlling fluids and gases to vary temperature. Parker provides comfort, convenience and control through refrigeration and air conditioning.


Key markets

  • Air conditioning
  • Heating
  • Food retail refrigeration
  • Commercial refrigeration
  • Industrial refrigeration
  • Precision cooling


Key products

  • Climiate Control Technologoes and Key Markets - Parker Sporlan CO2 Gas 20 Cooler Valve - Parker South AfricaCO2 controls
  • Electronic controllers
  • Filter driers
  • Hand shut-off valves
  • Pressure regulating valves
  • Refrigerant distributors
  • Safety relief valves
  • Solenoid valves
  • Thermostatic expansion valves


Learn more about Parker's climate control technologies through our blog, website, and  video links




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