The Gas Safety Shut-off Valve in straight and angle pattern is used for installations according to DVGW-TRGI 2008 which use gases according to DVGW-Arbeitsblatt G 260 Part 1 and are subject to a maximum allowable operating pressure of 5 bar.
These gas installations are usually central gas heating systems and water heaters, such as instantaneous water heaters.
According to DVGW-TRGI 2008 and the German Fire Code Draft Recommendation (FeuVo) of 02/95, Edition 09/97, §4 Paragraph 6, the thermally released steel shut-off device (TAE) automatically shuts off the gas flow at temperatures above 100°C (212°F) and remains closed at 650°C (1202°F) forat least 30 minutes.
The IMT Gas Safety Shut-off Valves automatically shuts off the gas flow already at temperatures between 92°C and 100°C (198°F -212°F) within 45 seconds and keeps the installation at 925°C (1697°F) for at least 60 minutes gas tight.
DIN-DVGW approved according to DIN EN 331 and DIN 3586
Nominal Pressure MOP 5 (72,5 psi)
Min. / max. ambient Temperature -20°C to +60°C (-4°F to +140°F)
Release Temperature (TAE) 100°C (212°F)
Ball Valve in Chrome Plated Brass
Chrome plated Steel TAE for 1/2” and 3/4”, black chrome plated steel TAE for 1”
Threaded Ends according to ISO 7
Chrome Plated Ball
With MULTILOGO Safety Push-and-Turn-Handle yellow for Gas
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||10 Stainless Steel AISI 302
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|5 NBR 70 Shore
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||14 Steel, zinc plated
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|8 NBR 70 Shore