Dispensers of sparkling, still or aerated water are becoming more common in hospitals, old people's homes and other public places. This solenoid valve is specially designed to meet the requirements of such dispensers. Available with two separate inlets, where flow can be individually adjusted, enabling the dispense of two different drinks. For easy assembly the inlets are equipped with quick connectors. The use of high quality materials for all parts in contact with the medium ensure there are no taste or taint problems. Technical changes reserved.

Product features

Valve body Valve body Part of a solenoid valve, made of plastic or metal, which comprises the in PPSU
Plunger guide Stainless steel
Plunger and spring Stainless steel
Short circuit ring Silver
Outlet pipe Stainless steel
Membrane and sealings EPDM
Coil coating PBT, PET or epoxy resin
Type solenoid dispense valve
Construction Construction The term construction here is normally referred to the design of a val solenoid valve
mode of operation direct acting
Function NC (normally closed)
Fitting position any
Media water, soda-water and juice (low viscosity)
T-Medium 30 °C max.
T-Ambient 60 °C max.
DN DN Numerical size indication of the nominal free diameter (diameter nominal) of components fo 3 mm
Pressure range Pressure range Nominal pressure or range. 0,1 - 7,0 bar
Flow rate 5 l/min max.
Flow regulator manually adjustable
Coil type MS.006
Nominal voltages 12 V DC
Voltage tolerance +10% -15%
Duty cycle Duty cycle Indicated as ED on equipment nameplates. It refers to the percentage opera 100%
Nominal power 12,8 W 13 VA (AC only)
Protection type Protection type Standard which defines the scope of protection of the electromag IP 00
Coil connections flat tabs 6,3 x 0,8 mm
Insulation class F according to EN 60730
Protection class Protection class Includes statements on measures used to achieve safety of elec I according to EN 60730

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