AVTB (fast), 3.40 m³/h, 20 °C - 60 °C, 2.0 m, Internal thread

003N7252

AVTB 20 Thermostatic valve 20-60#C

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Gross weight 1.72 Kg
Net weight 1.634 Kg
Volume 4.503 Liter
EAN 5702421101407

 

Ambient temperature [°C] [Max] 70 °C
Ambient temperature [°C] [Min] 0 °C
Approval standard ETA VA 1.54/18952
Capillary tube length [m] 2 m
Cavitation factor 0.4
Cone /seat sealing material NBR / Brass W. No 2.0402
Connection size NPT 3/4
Connection types Internal thread
Description AVTB 20 Thermostatic valve 20-60#C
Diameter [mm] 20 mm
Differential pressure range [bar] [Max] 10 bar
EU RoHS compliance Yes with exemptions
EU RoHS exemption clause 6(c)
Flow characteristic Linear
Flow control No
Function Temp. controller
Function VSP - P No
Function VSP - Q No
Function VSP - T No
Impulse tube material Copper mat. No 2.0090
In scope of WEEE and contain batteries No
Kvs values [m³/h] 3.4 m³/h
Media pH [Max] 10
Media pH [Min] 7
Media temperature [°C] [Max] 130 °C
Media temperature [°C] [Min] 2 °C
Media temperature at sensor [°C] [Max] 90 °C
Medium alternative Glycolic water up to 30%
Number of ports 2
Permissible media District heating/cooling circulation water
PN alternative VSP 10
Pressure nominal [bar] 16 bar
Product group Temperature controllers
Rection time close [sec] 3 "
Rection time open [sec] 3 "
Return limiter function No
Sensor connection M14x1 / R1/2 ext thread acc. DIN 2999
Temperature control Yes
Temperature sensor diameter [mm] 9.5 mm
Temperature sensor length [mm] 180 mm
Temperature sensor material Copper mat. No 2.0090
Temperature sensor mounting Colder
Temperature setting range [°C] [Max] 60 °C
Temperature setting range [°C] [Min] 20 °C
Transport temperature [°C] [Max] 50 °C
Transport temperature [°C] [Min] -20 °C
Type AVTB (fast)
Valve body material Brass CuZn40Pb2 W. no 2.0402
Valve cone material NBR rubber
Valve seat material Cr Ni steel W.no 1.4301

 

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