Description

The Modular Urinal Valve System includes a shut-off valve, a strainer and solenoid operated cartridge valve with a nominal orifice DN 7. The shut-off valve allows the flow to be manually stopped, using a standard 8 mm Allen key. Suspended particles are filtered by the strainer. The cartridge valve is inserted in the valve body and secured by a gland nut, which makes removable for maintenance simple. All 50.007.101 series bi-stable and mono-stable cartridge valves can be used. Strainer and cartridge valve can be assembled in 15 degree increments to each other. For flushing the pipework before initial operation or after maintenance, the cartridge valve can be replaced by a plug. The filter insert should also be removed at initial flushing. Plug connection Plug connection Plug connection Plug connection Technical changes reserved.

Product features

Housing PA 6/6 glass fibre reinforced
Plunger guide LCP
Plunger and spring Stainless steel
Membrane and sealings EPDM
Filter (in inlet) Stainless steel
Ways 2/2-way
Function bi stable, pulse controlled
Connection thread M28 x 1 or M29 x 1,5
Fitting position any
Media potable water and physically and chemically similar media
T-Medium 5 - 30 °C
T-Ambient 5 - 60 °C
DN DN Numerical size indication of the nominal free diameter (diameter nominal) of components fo 7 mm
Pressure range Pressure range Nominal pressure or range. 0,5 - 10,0 bar
Cv-Value 18 l/min @ 1 bar
Protection Type IP 65
Protection type Protection type Standard which defines the scope of protection of the electromag higher IP-classes on request
Insulation class B according to EN 60730
Nominal voltages 6 V DC
Operating voltage 4,0 - 6,9 V DC open/close
Nominal power 1,4 W
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 1,7 W (12 V DC)

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