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STANDARD RPV VALVES Y TYPE - C560
The C560 a dual ported brass cylinder valves with residual pressure device for industrial CO2, Inert, Mixtures and flammable gases. The both outlets of the valve allow extracting either gaseous or liquid phase from the cylinder.
Key advantages
  • High pressure brass cylinder valve Y type for Inert, Inert mixtures and flammable gas service
  • Permanent gas tight seal
  • Specific filling adaptor required
  • Residual pressure valve offline execution
  • π marking according TPED directive
  • Tested according EN ISO 10297 and ISO15996 standards
Specifications
Working pressure pmax.200 bar
Gas typeInert & flammable
Seat orifice size4 Mm
Helium leak rate at pmax.internal 10-3 mbarl/sec external 10-3 mbarl/sec
materialhand: wheel aluminium, seat: PA 6.6, O-rings: EPDM, body: brass
In- and outlet connectionsin accordance with all country standards (details p.70)
Cv0,3
SafetyYes
Temperature range-20 to +65 °c
Dimensional drawings
Drawing
Product Configurator
 
Working pressure
Gas type
Safety
Safety set up
Body material
Actuation
Inlet
Outlet
Pin length
Reference point
Dip tubes
Gas
C5
6
0
8
190
L
A
12N
40
15
F
F
CO2
 
200 bar (Y Valve)
CO2
With (for CO2)
Burst disc 190 bar
Burst disc 225 bar
Burst disc 250 bar
Burst disc 3000 psi CG1
Other
Brass
Chrome plated brass
Handwheel - standard
Painted handwheel
Handwheel with logo cap
Key operated Square 7.8
Key operated 5.9 x dia 9.3
Single Central Alu Handwheel
Small Plastic Black
Small Plastic Red / Blue
3/4”-14 NGT CGA V-1
25E EN ISO 11363
Other
NF E29-650 Type C
ISO 5145 Nr.17
DIN 477- 1 Nr.6
Other
15
20,5
Other
Front Sealing
ø 10
ø 14
Other
Front sealing
M8x0,75
M10x0,75
1/4"- 18NPT
Other
CO2
Gas list P.91
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    Last update: Jul 20, 2021
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