A refrigeration access valve is a part that is utilized to charge the system with refrigerant gas. It joins the source of refrigerant, such as a cylinder or tank, to the refrigeration system and is made to precisely and safely regulate the flow of refrigerant into the system. The charging valve consists of a metal pin that is moved in and out of a refrigerant gas line by means of a control mechanism such as a solenoid.
Service Valves are also easy to maintain and repair because of their simple design and they can be quickly dissembled. This allows for fine-tuning of the refrigeration system ensuring that it operates efficiently and effectively.