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VSH Fittings
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VSH Fittings B.V.


P.O. box 498
1200 AL Hilversum
The Netherlands
Tel +31 (0)35 688 42 11
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Contents

Disclaimer:
The technical data are not binding and not expressly warranted
characteristics of the goods. These are subject to change. Please
consult our General Conditions of Supply. Additional information is
available upon request. It is the Designers responsibility to select
products suitable for the intended service and to ensure that pressure
ratings and performance data is not exceeded. Always read and
understand the installation instructions. Never remove any piping
components nor correct or modify any piping deficiencies without first
depressurizing and draining the system.

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The XPress System


Technical data
2.1 Areas of application
2.2 Tubes
2.3 Press fittings
2.4 Press tools
2.5 Installation guidelines
2.6 General application guidelines
2.7 Building-in
2.8 Corrosion
Certificates
Guarantee
Combination pressings
Product range
6.1 XPress stainless steel
6.2 XPress stainless steel GAS
6.3 XPress carbon steel
6.4 XPress copper
6.5 XPress copper GAS
6.6 XPress copper Solar
6.7 Tools

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VSH Fittings
VSH Fittings B.V. was founded in the early 1930s in Hilversum, the
Netherlands. The activities of VSH Fittings B.V. cover the
development, production and sales of water, heating and gas piping
systems.

Over time the VSH product range has expanded as more and more
fittings and accessories such as stop, gas and check valves were
added to the range. Each time the deciding factor behind the product
development of VSH was quality and ease of use for the installer. VSH
can now offer you a complete range of brass compression, stainless,
copper and carbon steel press fittings.
The complete range of products is manufactured in Hilversum. We
have established a good reputation through innovation, manufacturing
of high quality products and a high level of service logistics. You can
buy our products via wholesalers, sister companies which are part of
Aalberts Industries and agencies.
In the last few years VSH has developed more and more into a market
oriented company. Customers wishes and needs are the starting
point for the development and marketing of new products. VSH
Fittings is part of the Aalberts Industries Group, Europes largest
fittings manufacturer with production and sales of several of the most
established products in the installations arena. VSHs quality products
have been recognised within the European market for many years
now.

XPress System
The advantages of the XPress System
1 The XPress System
VSH Fittings continuously strives to be a leading force within the
plumbing and heating industry and therefore provides the optimal
level of support to installers throughout the industry. An excellent
example of this is the XPress product range, which is comprised of
three pipe systems: stainless steel press fittings and tubes, carbon
steel press fittings and tubes (with and without a polypropylene
coating) and copper press fittings. All these fittings are manufactured
to incorporate the M profile.
XPress System products are manufactured using unique and modern
machinery. A completely automated factory guarantees high quality
and safe products. All welded products undergo a leak test which
avoids any problems with installation procedures at a later date.
The concept of the XPress system is to offer a complete solution to
installers and with the added advantage of offering a greater level of
flexibility overall. The XPress System consists of fittings, tools and
tubes and under circumstances it is possible to utilise tubes from
other manufacturers*. Furthermore the Xpress fittings can be used in
conjunction with various brands of press tools**.
The XPress System offers a comprehensive and high quality range of
fittings, with the added benefit of an unusual level of flexibility when
selecting material and tools.
* see chapter 2.1 **see pages 40-44

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Advantages of XPress
One of the most important
advantages of the XPress
System, is the connection of
pipeline components without
using a heat source. As a
result of this there is no need
for expensive insurance
policies. The danger of fire
damage is also excluded.
Compared with other cold
connection techniques, the
use of XPress dispenses the
need for complicated
clamping techniques, long
preparation and drying times
which all lead to longer
installation times.
The quality of the connection
is determined by the tool and
not the operator. This
guarantees constant quality
and the connection can be
visually checked.
The simple and fast
connection technology and
the short preparation time for
the tube result in further cost

savings. As the connection is


only realized with the use of
press tools, the need to
purchase and store other
materials such as gases,
adhesives, threading
machines, etc. becomes
superfluous.
XPress pressfittings have the
following technical advantages:
Excellent flow properties due
to laser-welded fittings.
No chances of leakage due to
a very accurate press profile
(M-profile).
Easy tube insertion due to the
tolerances on the fittings and
O-rings.
Improved heat resistance due
to the use of EPDM O-rings.
The O-rings have a special
coating which makes tube
insertion easier reducing the
danger of damaging the O-ring
during tube insertion
significantly.

Technical advantages:
The XPress System is a light
weight solution.
XPress carbon steel tubes and
fittings are protected against
corrosion by a galvanized zinc
layer, which is thermally
applied (8-15 m).
Xpress carbon steel tubes are
protected on the inside
against internal corrosion by a
thermally applied oil film.
XPress stainless steel tubes
are annealed for improved
corrosion protection and high
expansion capacity (flexibility).

Advantages of the improved


M-profile:
The O-ring bead is pressed
perpendicularly into the tube.
This results in a seamless
transition between fitting and
tube which prevents dust or dirt
from entering into the O-ring
bead of the fitting.

T
 he bends have a radius of
1.2d which results in a more
attractive and compact fitting
which in turn increases the
flexibility of installation.
To protect the tubes against
entry of dirt, all Xpress tubes
are supplied with coloured end
caps.
All laser-welded and soldered
fittings are 100% tested by an
advanced vacuum leak test
machine.
Adapters and reducers are
made of just one part.

T
 he O-ring bead creates an
extra mechanical connection
between fitting and tube.
When pressed pressure is
applied to the O-ring bead from
three angles which results in an
extremely secure connection
and a strong deformation of the
O-ring bead.
Due to the positioning of the
O-ring at the beginning of the
fitting the O-ring is highly visible
to the installer. This results in
a safer installation process as
any damage or misplacement is
immediately recognisable.

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2 Technical data
2.1 XPress System areas of application
Potable water installation
XPress stainless steel fittings with stainless steel tubes which fullfill
EN10312.

O-rings:
Operating temperature:

Operating pressure:

EPDM* (black)
-35C to +135C (15-54 mm)
-20C to +110C (76,1-108 mm)
Max. 16 bar

XPress copper fittings with copper tubes which fulfill EN1057 R220/
250/R290.
O-rings:
EPDM (black)
Operating temperature: -20C to +110C
Operating pressure:
Max. 16 bar
In potable water installations with XPress stainless steel fittings and
tubes, the content of water-soluble chloride ions may not exceed 250
mg/l.
Water heating installation
XPress carbon steel fittings with zinc plated precision carbon steel
tubes which fulfill EN10305-3 or XPress stainless steel fittings with
stainless steel tubes which fulfill EN 10312.
O-rings:
Operating temperature:

Operating pressure:

EPDM (black)
-35C to +135C (12-54 mm)
-20C to +110C (76,1-108 mm)
Max. 16 bar

O-rings:
EPDM (black)
Operating temperature: -20C to +110C
Operating pressure:
Max. 16 bar
Gas installation
XPress stainless steel GAS fittings with stainless steel tubes approved
according DVGW Worksheet VP614, SVGW Data sheet G1/01, and
VGW PG314.
O-rings:
HNBR** (yellow)
Operating temperature: -20C to +70C
Operating pressure:
Max. 5 bar inside and outside
Application: Inside (HTC***, proven tightness of the
connection at 650C for 30 min) or outside
buildings.

Above and under screed within buildings, no

other corrosion protection is required.

Outside of buildings, only lay above ground.

Local regulations should always be

observed.
XPress copper GAS fittings with copper tubes approved according
EN1057 R250/R290.
O-rings:
NBR**** (yellow)
Operating temperature: -20C to +70C
Operating pressure:
Max. 5 bar
Application: Inside (HTC 1 bar) or outside buildings
(above ground 5 bar).

Above and under screed within buildings, no

other corrosion protection is required.

Outside of buildings, only lay above ground.

Local regulations should always be

observed.

XPress copper fittings with copper tubes approved according EN


1057 R220/R250/R290.
* Ethylene Propylene Dien Monomer

** Hydrogenated Nitrile Butadiene Rubber


*** Higher Thermal Capacity ****Nitrile Butadiene Rubber

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Note: R220 is not approved for GAS installations.
For tools approved by VSH for gas installations, see table 18 and 19
on page 42.
Cooling water installation
XPress carbon steel fittings with zinc plated precision carbon steel
tubes which fulfill EN10305-3 within closed systems or XPress
stainless steel fittings with stainless tubes which fulfill EN10312 in
closed and open systems.

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O-rings:
Operating temperature:

Operating pressure:

EPDM (black)
-35C to +135C (12-54 mm)
-20C to +110C (76,1-108 mm)
Max. 16 bar

XPress copper press fittings with copper tubes approved according


EN1057 in closed and open systems.
O-rings:
EPDM (black)
Operating temperature -20C to +110C
Operating pressure:
Max. 16 bar
In cooling installations with stainless steel fittings and tubes, the
content of water-soluble chloride ions may not exceed 250 mg/l.
Sprinkler installation
XPress carbon steel fittings with zinc plated precision XPress carbon
steel Sendzimir tubes approved according among others VdS and FM
or XPress stainless steel fittings with XPress stainless steel tubes
approved according among others VdS and FM.
O-rings:
Operating temperature:

Operating pressure:

EPDM (black)
-35C to +135C (22-54 mm)
-20C to +110C (76,1-108 mm)
Max. 16 bar (pressures depending on
application and dimensions)

*Viton is a registered trade mark of DuPont Performance


Elastomers

XPress Sprinkler is suitable for both wet and dry fixed sprinkler
systems according to VdS and FM. For more information regarding
XPress Sprinkler, please consult the VSH XPress Sprinkler system
catalogue which is available on request or can be downloaded from
our website www.vsh-fittings.com.
Industrial installation
XPress carbon steel fittings with zinc plated precision XPress carbon
steel tubes which fulfill EN10305-3 or XPress stainless steel fittings
with XPress stainless steel tubes which fulfill EN10312.
O-rings:
EPDM (black)
Operating temperature: -35C to +135C (12-54 mm)

-20C to +110C (76,1-108 mm)
Tubes:
Only VSH
Operating pressure:
Max. 25 bar (higher pressures available

depending on application and dimensions)

for carbon steel press fittings up to 54 mm

and stainless steel press fittings up to 108

mm.
Higher working pressures can be released due to different
applicable safety factors which might apply in industrial applications.
For pressures higher than 16 bar, tools and machines have to be in
line with the prescribed tools for the XPress Sprinkler range which can
be found in the VSH XPress Sprinkler System catalogue which is
available on request or can be downloaded from our website www.
vsh-fittings.com.
For applications where another medium than water is transported
such as oil, fuel, and aliphatic/aromatic hydrocarbons you should use
the Viton* (green) O-ring.

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2.1
Solar installation
XPress carbon steel fittings with zinc plated precision carbon steel
tubes which fulfill EN10305-3 or XPress stainless steel fittings with
stainless steel tubes which fulfill EN10312.
O-rings:
Operating temperature:
Peak temperature:
Operating pressure:
Application:


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Viton (green)
-30C to +200C
230C (short term)
Max. 16 bar
Carbon steel only for closed systems
installed inside buildings, stainless steel for
both closed and return loop systems.

XPress copper fittings with copper tubes approved according EN


1057 R250/R290.
O-rings:
Viton (green)
Operating temperature: -30C to +200C
Peak temperature:
230C (short term)
Operating pressure:
Max. 10 bar
Compressed air installation
XPress carbon steel fittings with zinc plated precision carbon steel
tubes which fulfill EN10305-3 or XPress stainless steel fittings with
stainless steel tubes which fulfill EN10312.
XPress carbon steel fittings with zinc plated carbon steel tubes can be
used for compressed air if following conditions are observed:
Water contents:
max. 880 mg/m3, class 3, ISO 8573 part 1
Oil contents:
max. 25 mg/m3, class 5, ISO 8573 part 1
When exceeding the maximum water content then copper or stainless
steel should be used. For oil containing compressed air based on
mineral or vegetable oil use Viton O-rings. EPDM O-rings can only
be used for syntetic oil or dry compressed air (not exceeding 25 mg/
m3).

O-rings:
Operating temperature:

Operating pressure:

EPDM (black)
-35C to +135C (12-54 mm)
-20C to +110C (76,1-108 mm)
12-54 mm max. 16 bar
76,-1 - 108 mm max. 10 bar

O-rings:
Operating temperature:
Peak temperature:
Operating pressure:

Viton (green)
-30C to +200C
230C (short term)
12-54 mm max. 16 bar
76,-1 - 108 mm max. 10 bar

Xpress copper fittings with copper tubes approved according


EN 1057 R220/R250/R290.
O-rings:
EPDM (black)
Operating temperature: -20C to +110C
Operating pressure:
Max. 10 bar
O-rings:
Operating temperature:
Peak temperature:
Operating pressure:

Viton (green)
-30C to +200C
230C (short term)
Max. 10 bar

On completion, compressed air pipeline systems must be properly


tested. The system designer and installation contractor must ensure
safe methods are selected for system testing which will comply with
all current health and safety regulations. This may include testing
compressed air lines with fluids or compressed air at a limited
pressure, or a combination of both. In any event we do not
recommend the maximum working pressure of the product to be
exceeded during this procedure.

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2.2
Since 30th May 2002 most pressure equipment and assemblies on
the market have had to comply with the Pressure Equipment
Directive (P.E.D.) 1999. The Directive concerns items such as vessels,
pressurised storage containers, heat exchangers, steam generators,
boilers, industrial piping, safety devices and pressure accessories.
Please note that the P.E.D. applied on VSH XPress refers to article 3,
sub. 3. This means that only sound engineering and a safe instruction
for use and maintenance are required.

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Steam installation
XPress stainless press fittings with stainless steel tubes which fulfill
EN10312.
Viton (grey)
-20C to +150C
180C (short term)
Max. 5 bar

O-rings:
Operating temperature:
Peak temperature:
Operating pressure:

High pressure dry fire main installation


XPress stainless steel press fittings with XPress stainless steel tubes
approved according by KIWA for pressures up to 40 bar.
O-rings:
Operating temperature:
Dimensions:

Operating pressure:

EPDM (black)
-35C to +135C (22-35 mm)
22-35 mm (other dimensions available on
request)
Max. 40 bar

High pressure dry fire mains are an application where Oetiker


couplings are combined with the XPress Sprinkler system as an
alternative to standard dry fire mains. For more information regarding
XPress Sprinkler, please consult the VSH XPress Sprinkler system
catalogue which is available on request or can be downloaded from
our website www.vsh-fittings.com.

2.2 Tubes
2.2.1 XPress Stainless steel tubes
The XPress stainless steel tubes are thin-walled precision steel
tubes. The outer and inner surfaces of the tubes are blank, free of
discoloration and are supplied free of manufacturing residue that
could otherwise cause corrosion. Entry of dirt during transportation or
storage is prevented by caps at both ends of the tube and utilising the
correct packaging for distribution.
This chapter gives you all technical parameters, predominantly applying
to construction technicalities of the XPress stainless steel tubes.

Heat insulation
The following regulations apply to the insulation of potable water
tubing systems:
-C
 old water lines should be protected against the occurrence of
condensed water and overheating in accordance with DIN 1988,
Part 2. For installations in the Netherlands the VEWIN work sheets
should be followed.
- Hot water lines should be insulated to prevent heat loss in
accordance with the Energy Conservation Law (EnEG) and the
Heating Installation Decree (HeizAnIV) (Germany). For installations in
the Netherlands the VEWIN work sheets should be followed.
The soluble chloride content in the insulation materials used should
not exceed 0,05% by weight in accordance with DIN 1988, Part 7.
Important: AS-quality insulation materials (compare also AGI Q 135)
contain significantly less chlorides than the maximum allowable
content.

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2.2
Fire characteristics
XPress stainless steel tubes are considered as incombustible tubes
according to German class A building materials DIN 4102 Part 1.

XPress stainless steel tube 1.4401 (AISI 316)


The XPress stainless steel tube has been tested and approved for
potable water installations by many international certification institutes
for example also according to DVGW/DIN and DVGW Worksheet
GW 541. XPress stainless steel tubes have also been approved in gas
installations inside buildings (with higher thermal capacity, proven
over 30 min at 650C and PN5) and outside buildings (without HTC) as
above ground tube (not under screed or in ground).
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Technical characteristics
Material
Specifications
Approvals
Type of tubing
Welding deterioration
reduction
Weld slag removal
Tolerances
Finishing
Surface finish
Marking

Applications
Installations always have to comply with local regulations.
- All potable water installations in accordance with international
drinking water institutes such as for example the German Potable
Water Decree (TrinkwV) and EU council directive 98/83/EC, DIN
50930 Part 6 and in compliance with DIN 1988
- Water supply and rain water installations
- Potable water for industrial applications
- Wet and dry fire mains in accordance with DIN 1988 Part 6, VdS,
FG, CNBOP, SBSC and FM
- Conditioned water such as decalcinated/softened water, partly
and completely desalinated water, distilled water, water with glycol
- Compressed air, dry or oil containing
- Conditioned installations for burnable gases: natural gases and
liquid gases according to DVGW Worksheet G260 I/II. Installations
of gas and liquid gas conducting tube installations according to
DVGW - Worksheet G600, DVGW - TRGI 86/96 and TRF 1996

Smallest bending
radius
Supply mode
Heat expansion
coefficient
Max. operating
pressure

X5CrNiMo 17 12 2 Material no. 1.4401 according to


DIN-EN 10088, PRE value >24
EN 10312 DVGW worksheet GW541 (2004) Table 2
DVGW, SVGW, ETA, VGW, BYGGFORSK, STF, PZH,
SITAC, CSTBat, WRAS, VdS, FM, FG, CNBOP, SBSC
TIG or laser welded under a protective atmosphere
100% EDDY CURRENT tested according to SEP
1914/ EN 10246-2
Inside and outside
According to EN 10312
Annealed under a protective atmosphere W2R
Matt silver coloured
VSH XPress DN/size x wall thickness mm Edelstahl/
Stainless steel - Sanitr/Sanitary - GAS 1.4401
W2R, EN10217-7 EN10312 DVGW GW541 Reg.nr.
DW-7301BM5610 SVGW VGW W1.397 WRAS ETA
BYGGFORSK STF PZH SITAC(+symbol) 0168/04
CSTBat(symbol) 116-1482, VdS G4080037 16.0 bar,
<FM> Production date/Production code
3,5 x external diameter of the tube (max. 28 mm)
Tubes, length of 6 m +0/-50 mm, with protective caps
(green)
0,0160 mm/m with T= 1K
16 bar

Table 1: Technical characteristics XPress stainless steel 1.4401 tube


Nominal width Outer diameter Inner diame- Mass
x s [mm]
ter [mm]
[kg/m]
DN 12
DN 15
DN 20
DN 25
DN 32
DN 40
DN 50
DN 65
DN 80
DN 100

15 x 1,0
18 x 1,0
22 x 1,2
28 x 1,2
35 x 1,5
42 x 1,5
54 x 1,5
76,1 x 2,0
88,9 x 2,0
108 x 2,0

13,0
16,0
19,6
25,6
32,0
39,0
51,0
72,1
84,9
104,0

0,333
0,410
0,624
0,790
1,240
1,503
1,972
3,550
4,150
5,050

Tube capacity
[l/m]
0,133
0,201
0,302
0,515
0,804
1,195
2,043
4,548
5,661
8,495

Table 2: Dimensions and weights XPress


stainless steel 1.4401 tube
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2.2
XPress stainless steel tube 1.4521 (AISI 444)
The 1.4521 XPress stainless steel tube has been tested and approved
for potable water installations according to DVGW Worksheet GW 541,
ETA, VGW and SVGW.

Applications

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- All potable water installations in accordance with the German


Potable Water Decree (TrinkwV) and EU council directive
98/83/EC, DIN 50930 Part 6 and in compliance with DIN 1988
- Water supply and rain water installations
- Potable water for industrial applications
- Wet and dry fire mains in accordance with DIN 1988 Part 6 or FM
- Conditioned water such as decalcinated/softened water, partly and
completely desalinated water, distilled water, water with glycol
- Compressed air, dry or oil containing

Max. operating
pressure

16 bar

Table 3: Technical characteristics XPress stainless steel 1.4521 tube


Nominal width Outer diameter Inner diame- Mass
x s [mm]
ter [mm]
[kg/m]
DN 12
DN 15
DN 20
DN 25
DN 32
DN 40
DN 50

15 x 1,0
18 x 1,0
22 x 1,2
28 x 1,2
35 x 1,5
42 x 1,5
54 x 1,5

13,0
16,0
19,6
25,6
32,0
39,0
51,0

0,333
0,410
0,624
0,790
1,240
1,503
1,972

Tube capacity
[l/m]
0,133
0,201
0,302
0,515
0,804
1,195
2,043

Table 4: Dimensions and weights XPress stainless steel 1.4521 tube

XPress stainless steel tube 1.4520 (AISI 439)


Technical characteristics
Material
Specifications
Approvals
Type of tubing
Welding deterioration
reduction
Weld slag removal
Tolerances
Finishing
Surface finish
Marking

Smallest bending
radius
Supply mode
Heat expansion
coefficient

X2CrMoTi 18 2 Material no. 1.4521 according to DINEN 10088, PRE value >24
EN 10312 DVGW worksheet GW541 (2004) Table 2
DVGW, SVGW, ETA, FM, VGW
Laser welded under a protective atmosphere
100% EDDY CURRENT tested according to SEP
1914/ EN 10246-2
Inside and outside
According to EN 10312
Annealed under a protective atmosphere W2R
Matt silver coloured
VSH XPress DN/size x wall thickness mm Edelstahl/
Stainless steel, 1.4521, Sanitr/Sanitary - W2R
EN10296-2 EN10312DVGW GW541 reg. nr. DW7301BP5610 SVGW VGW ETA <FM> Production
date/Production code
3,5 x external diameter of the tube (max. 28 mm)

The 1.4520 XPress stainless steel tube is an alternative for AISI 304
stainless steel tube with no nickel content, making it a cost effective
alternative for applications where no potable water is being used. The
tube has been tested and approved by FM for the use in dry and wet
fixed sprinkler systems.

Applications
- Compressed air, dry or oil containing
- Solar installations
- Cooling installations
- Heating installations
- Wet and dry fire mains in accordance with FM

Tubes, length of 6 m +0/-50 mm, with protective caps


(light green)
0,0104 mm/m with T= 1K

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2.2
2.2.2 XPress carbon steel tubes

Technical characteristics
Material
Specifications
Approvals
Type of tubing
Welding deterioration
reduction
Weld slag removal
Tolerances
Finishing
Surface finish
Marking

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Smallest bending
radius
Supply mode
Heat expansion
coefficient
Max. operating
pressure

Material no. 1.4520 according to DIN-EN 10088-2


EN 10296-2
FM
Laser welded
100% EDDY CURRENT tested according to SEP
1914/ EN 10246-2
Outside weld flat, insight raising max. 0,2 mm
According to EN 10296-2
Annealed under a protective atmosphere
Matt silver coloured
VSH XPress DN/size x wall thickness mm Edelstahl/
Stainless steel, 1.4520 Heizung/Druckluft Chauffage/Air Comprim - Heating/Compressed Air
<FM> Production date/Production code
3,5 x external diameter of the tube (max. 28 mm)
Tubes, length of 6 m +0/-50 mm, with protective caps
(black)
0,0104 mm/m with T= 1K
16 bar

Table 5: Technical characteristics XPress stainless steel 1.4520 tube

Nominal width Outer diameter Inner diame- Mass


x s [mm]
ter [mm]
[kg/m]
DN 12
DN 15
DN 20
DN 25
DN 32
DN 40
DN 50

15 x 1,0
18 x 1,0
22 x 1,2
28 x 1,2
35 x 1,5
42 x 1,5
54 x 1,5

13,0
16,0
19,6
25,6
32,0
39,0
51,0

0,333
0,410
0,624
0,790
1,240
1,503
1,972

Tube capacity
[l/m]
0,133
0,201
0,302
0,515
0,804
1,195
2,043

Table 6: Dimensions and weights XPress stainless steel 1.4520 tube

XPress carbon steel tubes are thin-walled precision tubes. The


XPress carbon steel tubes are protected against external corrosion
by a coating of zinc-plating and passivating chrome. The zinc layer is
applied thermally which results in a good adhesion between the zinc
layer and the tubes.
The XPress carbon steel tubes for sprinkler applications are made
from cold rolled steel which is galvanized using the Sendzimir
process. This chapter gives you all technical parameters, predominantly
applying to construction technicalities, of the XPress carbon steel
tubes.
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Heat insulation
The following regulations apply to the insulation of XPress carbon
steel tubing systems:
-C
 old water lines should be protected against the occurrence of
condensed water and overheating in accordance with DIN 1988,
Part 2.
- Hot water lines should be insulated to prevent heat loss in
accordance with the Energy Conservation Law (EnEG) and the
Heating Installation Decree (HeizAnIV) (Germany).

Fire characteristics
XPress carbon steel tubes are considered as non-combustible tubes
according to German class A building materials DIN 4102 Part 1.
XPress carbon steel tubes with polypropylene coating are considered
as combustible tubes according to German class B2 building
materials DIN 4102 Part 1 i.e. burning without causing drops.
Metallic tubes with a synthetic coating up to 2 mm are considered a
non-flammable product in accordance with German building
regulations.

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XPress carbon steel precision tube
XPress carbon steel tubes are thin-walled precision tubes
manufactured in accordance with EN 10305-3 (previously DIN 2394/
NEN 1982) from a special kind of steel that has a very low carboncontent. The resulting product is very easy to bend. The absence
of leaks is also checked, in accordance with EN 10246-1, so that all
tubes will be guaranteed leak free.

Applications

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- Closed loop heating installations according to DIN 4751


- Closed loop cooling installations with water/glycol mixture*
- Compressed air, dry or oil containing
- Solar applications (closed loop)

Nominal width Outer diameter Inner diame- Mass


x s [mm]
ter [mm]
[kg/m]
DN 10
DN 12
DN 15
DN 20
DN 25
DN 32
DN 40
DN 50
DN 65
DN 80
DN 100

10 x 1,2
15 x 1,2
18 x 1,2
22 x 1,5
28 x 1,5
35 x 1,5
42 x 1,5
54 x 1,5
76,1 x 2,0
88,9 x 2,0
108 x 2,0

7,6
12,6
15,6
19,0
25,0
32,0
39,0
51,0
72,1
84,9
104,0

Tube capacity
[l/m]

0,271
0,420
0,494
0,761
0,980
1,241
1,542
1,999
3,503
4,412
5,382

0,045
0,125
0,191
0,284
0,491
0,804
1,195
2,043
4,083
5,661
8,495

Table 8: Dimensions and weight XPress carbon steel tube

Technical characteristics
Material
Specifications
Approvals
Type of tubing
Welding detoriation
reduction
Weld slag removal
Tolerances
Finishing

Surface finish
Marking
Smallest bending
radius
Supply mode
Heat expansion
coefficient
Max. operating
pressure

Unalloyed ULC (ultra light carbon) Carbon steel, RSt 34-2


part No. 1.0034 according to EN 10305-3
EN 10305-3 (previously DIN 2394)
CSTBat
HF welded
Tested according to EN 10246-1 or 100% EDDY
CURRENT
Outside weld flat, insight raising max. 0,5 mm
According to EN10305-3
Zinc coating of at least 8-15m. The tube welding seam
is subsequently galvanized on the outside. Inside of the
tube is protected by a thermally applied oil film
Silver-coloured
VSH XPress [dimension] galvanized, EN10305-3,
[production date]
3,5 x external diameter of the tube (max. 28 mm)

Tubes, length of 6 m +0/-50 mm, with protective caps


(red)
0,0108 mm/m with T= 1K
16 bar

XPress carbon steel tubes with polypropylene coating


XPress carbon steel tubes with polypropylene coating are used for the
same applications and have the same technical characteristics as
XPress carbon steel tubes (polypropylene coated tubes are marked
Galvanized - Polypropylene coated) and are coated with a layer of
polypropylene (PP) for protection against outer corrosion. The PP has
a smooth surface and good resistance to tearing and impact. For a
safe press fitting connection, it is essential to remove the polypropylene coating with a jacket stripping unit along the insertion
depth. The rigidity of the press connection is only achieved by
maintaining the insertion depth.

Technical characteristics
Material
Specifications
Approvals
Type of tubing

Unalloyed ULC (ultra light carbon) Carbon steel, RSt 34-2


part No. 1.0034 according to EN 10305-3
EN 10305-3 (previously DIN 2394)
CSTBat
HF welded

Table 7: Technical characteristics XPress carbon steel tube


* Further additives for anti-freeze must be compatible with EPDM
O-rings. Approval must be given by VSH in writing.

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2.2
Welding detoriation
reduction
Weld slag removal
Tolerances
Finishing

Surface finish
Marking
Smallest bending
radius
Supply mode

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Heat expansion
coefficient
Max. operating
pressure
Thermal load
Heat conductivity

Tested according to EN 10246-1 or 100% EDDY


CURRENT
Outside weld flat, insight raising max. 0,5 mm
According to EN10305-3
Zinc coating of at least 8-15m. The tube welding seam
is subsequently galvanized on the outside. Inside of the
tube is protected by a thermally applied oil film
High-heat stabilized polypropylene PP (B2)
thickness 1 mm, RAL 9001
VSH XPress [dimension] Galvanised- Polypropylene
, [Production date]
Coated, EN10305-3,
3,5 x external diameter of the tube (max. 28 mm)
Tubes, length of 6 m +0/-50 mm, with protective caps
(red)
0,0108 mm/m with T= 1K
16 bar
120C permanent load
0,22 W/mK

Table 9: Technical characteristics XPress carbon steel tube with PP

The XPress carbon steel tubes with polypropylene coating are not
to be confused with white liaan tube which is used in the Netherlands.
White liaan tubes are welded steel thin-walled precision tubes
manufactured in accordance with EN 10305-3 from St 34-2. The outside
finishing is by a paint coating in white RAL9010. This tube is suitable to
be used in press installations for the dimensions 15 x 1,5 and 22 x 1,5
where the fitting is pressed without removing the paint coating.

XPress Sprinkler carbon steel tubes


The XPress Sprinkler carbon steel tubes for wet sprinkler systems
are thin-walled precision steel tubes. The tubes are made from cold
rolled steel that is galvanized using the Sendzimir process. During this
process zinc is brought onto the metal strip, running through a zinc
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bath, covering both sides simultaneously. The tube is protected both
on the inside and outside with a zinc layer, with a minimum thickness of
20 m. After welding the welding seam is zinc plated additionally. With
the Sendzimir process a good adhesion of the zinc layer and corrosion
resistance are achieved.

coating
Nominal
width
DN 10
DN 12
DN 15
DN 20
DN 25
DN 32
DN 40
DN 50

Outer diameter x s [mm]


12 x 1,2
15 x 1,2
18 x 1,2
22 x 1,5
28 x 1,5
35 x 1,5
42 x 1,5
54 x 1,5

Outer
diameter incl.
coating
14
17
20
24
30
37
44
56

Mass
[kg/m]
0,338
0,434
0,536
0,824
1,052
1,320
1,620
2,098

Tube capacity
[l/m]
0,072
0,125
0,191
0,284
0,491
0,804
1,195
2,043

Table 10: Dimensions and weights XPress carbon steel tube with PP
coating

Applications
- Wet fixed sprinkler installations in accordance with DIN 1988 part 6,
VdS, FM, FG, SBSC and CNBOP.

Technical characteristics
Material
Specifications
Approvals
Type of tubing
Welding detoriation
reduction

Unalloyed ULC (Ultra Light Carbon) C-steel, E190 part


no. 1.0031 according EN 10305-3
EN 10305-3 (previously DIN 2394)
VdS, FM, FG, CNBOP
HF welded
Tested according to EN 10246-1 or 100% EDDY
CURRENT

Providing suitable solutions

2.2
Weld slag removal
Tolerances
Finishing
Surface finish
Marking

Smallest bending
radius
Supply mode
Heat expansion
coefficient
Max. operating
pressure

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Outside weld flat, insight raising max. 0,5 mm


According to EN10305-3
Zinc coating of at least 20m. The tube welding seam is
subsequently galvanized on the outside.
Silver-coloured
VSH XPress Sprinkler Galvanized, DN/size x wall
thickness mm, VdS, G4080007, 16.0 bar, <FM> batch
number + production date
3,5 x external diameter of the tube (max. 28 mm)
Tubes, length of 6 m +0/-50 mm, with protective caps
(lilac)
0,0108 mm/m with T= 1K
16 bar

Table 11: Technical characteristics XPress carbon steel sprinkler tube


Nominal width Outer diameter Inner diame- Mass
x s [mm]
ter [mm]
[kg/m]
DN 20
DN 25
DN 32
DN 40
DN 50
DN 65
DN 80
DN 100

22 x 1,5
28 x 1,5
35 x 1,5
42 x 1,5
54 x 1,5
76,1 x 2,0
88,9 x 2,0
108 x 2,0

19,0
25,0
32,0
39,0
51,0
72,1
84,9
104,0

0,761
0,980
1,241
1,542
1,999
3,503
4,412
5,382

Tube capacity
[l/m]
0,284
0,491
0,804
1,195
2,043
4,083
5,661
8,495

Table 12: Dimensions and weights XPress carbon steel sprinkler tube

2.2.3 Copper Tubing


Copper tubes
Copper tubes that may be used for the XPress copper system for
water applications must comply with the norm EN 1057 R220/R250/
R290. Copper tubes that may be used for the XPress system for gas
applications must comply with the norm EN 1057 R250/R290. EN
1057 is the norm for seamless copper and copper alloyed tubes for
potable water-, gas- and heating installations. Distinction is made
between soft, medium hard and hard alloy tubes indicated by R220,
R250 and R290. The higher the figure, the harder the metal. The
values refer to the tubes tensile strength (220 N/mm2, 250 N/mm2 and
290 N/mm2).

Fire characteristics
Uninsulated copper tubes certified according EN 1057/DVGW are
considered as incombustible tubes according to German class A
building materials DIN 4102 Part 1.

Heat insulation
For regulations on heat installation, please see the manufacturers
guidelines. To avoid outside corrosion, please note when using
insulating material that the materials contain no elements of ammonia
or nitrate (page 86).
In order to minimize the risk of outside corrosion, insulation material
should as much as possible be used in conjunction with a moisture
barrier. Materials such as Densopaste or a synthetic coating between
the outside of the copper tube and insulation material are possibilities.
For installations in the Netherlands the VEWIN work sheets should be
followed.

Applications
- All potable water installations in accordance with the German Potable
Water Decree (TrinkwV) and EU guideline 98, DIN 50930 Part 6 and in
compliance with DIN 1988.
- Cold- and hot water installations
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2.3
- Water heating installations (pump-, warm water- and heating
installations)
- District heating installations
- Solar installations*
- Compressed air installations*
- Cooling water/industrial water installations
- Rainwater utilization plants
- Gas installations*
- Heating oil EL (extra light) installations*

2.3 XPress fittings


2.3.1 Approvals
Approval
ARGB-KVGB
ATG
Advantica
CSTBat
CNBOP
Cobrti
DG
DNV
DVGW

Technical characteristics of approved copper tubes

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Material
Outer tolerance
Tensile strength

DHP copper part No. CW 024A to DIN EN 1412


EN 1057
R220 - soft - 220 N/mm2 (not for GAS)
R250 - medium hard - 250 N/mm2
R290 - hard - 290 N/mm2
3,5 x outer diameter of tube (to -10C)

Smallest bending radius

Copper tubes according to EN 1057


Outer

Wall thickness (mm)

12

R250

(mm) 0,6

15

0,7

0,8

0,9

R250

18
22

R250

28

R250

35

1,0
R220
R220
R250
R290
R250
R290
R250
R290
R290

1,1

42

R290
R290

1,5

2,0

2,5

R220

R290

54

1,2

64
67
76,1

R250
R250
R290
R250
R290
R250
R290
R250
R290
R250
R290

Table 13: Copper tubes

22-108 mm
22-54 mm
-

KIWA
VGW

PZH
SBSC
SINTEF
SITAC
SVGW

R290
R290
R290
R290
R290
R290
R250
R290

88,9
108

MI
ETA
FG
FM
GASTEC
GL

XPress carbon
steel
12-108 mm
22-108 mm
-

R290
R290

R250
R290

R290

VdS
WRAS

22-108 mm
-

XPress stainless
steel
15-54 mm
15-108 mm
22-108 mm
15-108 mm
for water
15-54 mm
for gas
15-108 mm
22-108 mm
22-108 mm
15-54 mm
15-108 mm
for water
15-54 mm
for gas
15-108 mm
15-108 mm
15-108 mm
15-108 mm
15-108 mm
for water
15-54 mm
for gas
22-108 mm
15-108 mm

XPress copper
15-28 mm
12-108 mm
15-54 mm
12-108 mm
12-54 mm
15-28 mm
12-108 mm
12-108 mm
for water
15-54 mm
for gas
12-108 mm
12-54 mm
15-54 mm
12-108 mm
GL industrial
15-54mm
12-54 mm
12-108 mm
for water
15-54 mm
for gas
12-108 mm
12-108 mm
12-108 mm
for water
15-54 mm
for gas
12-108 mm

For further details on copper tubes, please contact VSH.

Table 14: approvals


* Special O-rings are required (see chapter 2.1).

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2.3
XPress fittings are tested and approved for potable water
installations, gas installations, sprinkler applications and many more
applications. The current applicable approvals can be found in the
above table.

XPress stainless steel GAS and copper GAS fittings in the dimensions 15-54 mm for gas installations must be pressed using
Novopress pressing jaws/pressing slings. Approvals for other
suppliers of press tools, jaws and slings such as Rems can be
suitable for local approvals such as Gastec and KVGB.

2.3.2 Technical characteristics


XPress stainless steel fittings are produced from material 1.4404
and fitted with an EPDM Leak Before Pressed (LBP) O-ring. XPress
stainless steel fittings in sizes 15-54 are fitted with an EPDM Leak
Before Pressed (LBP) O-ring (for more detailed information see page
36). Fittings in sizes 76,1 up to 108 are fitted with a standard EPDM
O-ring.
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XPress stainless steel GAS fittings are produced from material


1.4404 according to DIN 10088 and are fitted with a yellow HNBR
O-ring.
XPress carbon steel fittings are produced from steel RSt 34-2 and
are protected against corrosion by a thermally applied zinc layer
(8-15m). XPress carbon steel fittings in sizes 12-54 are fitted with an
EPDM Leak Before Pressed (LBP) O-ring (for more detailed
information see page 36). Fittings in sizes 76,1 up to 108 are fitted with
a standard EPDM O-ring.
XPress copper fittings are produced from CU-DHP copper material
CW 024 A and red bronze material 2.109 and fitted with an EPDM
O-ring as standard.
XPress copper GAS fittings are produced from CU-DHP copper
material CW 024 A and red bronze material 2.109 and fitted with a
yellow NBR O-ring.
XPress copper SOLAR fittings are produced from CU-DHP copper
material CW 024 A and red bronze material 2.109 and fitted with a
Viton O-ring.

When using XPress stainless and carbon for sprinkler installations,


please make sure to follow up the guidelines for installation and
approved tools, which can be found in the VSH XPress Sprinkler
system catalogue which is available on request or can be downloaded from our website www.vsh-fittings.com.
Threaded fittings
The XPress product range also includes components with inner- and
outer threads for connection with other threaded parts of a tube
network (e.g. valves, fittings). Inner- and outer threads are
manufactured according to DIN 2999/ISO 7/1 for carbon and stainless
steel fittings. Inner threads are manufactured according to BS 2779/
ISO 228/1 and outer threads are manufactured according to DIN
2999/ISO 7/1 for copper press fittings.
Hemp or other sealants without chloride are suitable for the threads of
stainless steel press fittings. Teflon thread sealing band may not be
used in conjunction with stainless steel due to the water soluble
chloride ions it contains. With threaded couplings, we recommend to
carry out the sealing before the pressing, in order not to stress the
press connection.
Screw fittings (copper)
The manufacturers of gas heating appliances supply their products
with the respective screw connections in place. Half screw fittings
type G6360 therefore can be used as press connections to these
already present screw connections. As well as the screw fitting G6340
with double-sided press end, the half screw fitting (G6360) is also
approved according to DIN 3436 HTC.
Providing suitable solutions

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2.3
Threaded transition fittings of red brass (gun metal)
Threaded transition fittings are generally manufactured from red
brass. Here, distinction is made between strand casting (straight
part) and mould casting (bends, T-pieces and wall plates). Tests have
shown that press fittings of mould castings (sand castings) are less
suitable for gas installations for the following reasons: mould casting
joints can never be as leakproof (homogenous) as with strand casting
or copper. There is always a danger of cavities (air locks that occur
when pouring) despite 100% impermeability testing. The mechanical
load of the pressing heightens these dangers additionally as they can
open the cavities. Therefore, for safety reasons, we have decided not
to include any mould casting parts in copper gas press fittings.
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XPress carbon steel press fittings


Laser marking
Red marking or
Press
Galvanized
Approvals
Dimension

XPress copper press fittings


Marking
RYW
dimension
KIWA
DVGW

Marking of pressfittings
XPress stainless steel press fittings
Laser marking
Press
316L
Approvals
Dimension

Packaging Label
Type R.....
Dimension
Description: ...S-Pr
EAN Nr.
Art. Nr. VSH
Approvals
Number of pieces

XPress stainless steel GAS press fittings


Marking
Packaging Label
Yellow marking
Type R.....G
GAS, GT5/PN5
Dimension
316L
Description: ...S-Pr
VSH
EAN Nr.
Dimension
Art. Nr. VSH
316L
Approvals
DVGW
Number of pieces

XPress copper GAS press fittings


Marking
Yellow marking
GAS, GT1/PN5
RYW
dimension
DVGW
Gastec Qa
XPress copper Solar press fittings
Marking
Green marking
RYW
dimension
KIWA
DVGW

Packaging Label
Type C.....
Dimension
Description: ...C-Pr
EAN Nr.
Art. Nr. VSH
Approvals
Number of pieces
Packaging Label
Type .....
Dimension
EAN Nr.
Art. Nr. VSH
Approvals
Number of pieces

Packaging Label
Type G.....
Dimension
EAN Nr.
Art. Nr. VSH
Approvals
Number of pieces

Packaging Label
Type S.....
Dimension
EAN Nr.
Art. Nr. VSH
Approvals
Number of pieces

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2.3
Suitabillity of O-rings
The standard fittings for water and the central heating are provided
with EPDM O-rings. The type of O-ring which has to be used depends
on the application and the medium. For this reason the gas press fittings are provided with (H)NBR O-rings. For special applications, such
as oil-containing media or high temperatures, the Viton/FPM
O-ring has to be installed.
Should you have the need for applications which are not mentioned in
the table, always contact us to enquire whether the medium is suitable
for use in combination with the type of press fitting you are using.

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EPDM leak before pressed (LBP) - black


Temperatures
Applications
With KTW recommendation.
-35C to +135C
For all installations for potable
(12-54 mm)
water and processed water,
warm water tubes, circulation
Peak 150C
tubes, fire fighting lines, etc.
-35C to +110C
(76,1-108 mm)
Peak 130C
FPM Viton leak before pressed (LBP) - green
Temperatures
Applications
Installations for compressed
-30C to +200C
air, fuel oil, vegetable oil, fuels,
Peak 230C
greases and industrial purposes, ozone-resistant (industry
design)
Not suitable for hot water
applications

FPM Viton leak before pressed - grey


Temperatures
Applications
Steam installations
-20C to +150C
Peak: 180C

HNBR - yellow
Temperatures
-20C to +70C

Applications
Installations for burnable gases:
Natural gases and liquid
gases according to Worksheet
DVGW-G 260 I/II. Installations
for natural gas according to
Worksheet DVGW -G600 TRGI
86/96, liquid gases according to
TRF(1996)

NBR - yellow
Temperatures
-20C to +70C

Applications
Installations for burnable gases:
Natural gases and liquid gases
according to Worksheet DVGWGas TRGI 86/89 Liquid gases
according to TRF(1996)

XPress Leak Before Pressed function


XPress carbon steel, XPress stainless steel and XPress copper are delivered with a Leak Before Pressed function (LBP). Fittings with a Leak Before Pressed function have the advantage that non pressed connections
will leak water during pressure testing. This means an incomplete press
connection is easily identified. As a result of this, the function of the LBP
press fitting system gives an irrefutable result. Naturally, when mounted
correctly, the press fittings will be water- and air tight when pressed.
The LBP function on XPress carbon and stainless steel in the
dimensions 12-54 mm is incooperated in the EPDM and Viton FPM
O-rings.

Providing suitable solutions

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2.3
Working principle of the XPress LBP O-ring for carbon and
stainless steel
The design of the XPress LBP O-ring is based upon the creation of
a leak path within the O-ring itself. This is made possible by adding
material to the O-ring and not taking any material out. This results in an
exceptionally strong O-ring without any weaknesses.

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Advantages
Easy to recognize non pressed
connections because of
guaranteed water leakage during
pressure test
Extra safety because leakage
due to non pressing,
(installation) mistakes are
prevented
After pressing the fittings are
guaranteed water and airtight
Extra material for leak function
results in a strong O-ring

At strategic points small


grooves have been created on the
surface of the O-ring by adding
additional material. This means
there is a slight rise in the surface
of the O-ring and therefore water will flow through these grooves when
the fitting is not pressed. When the pressure is increased this will result
in an escalation in the leakage. When pressed the O-ring is deformed
and as a result the rubber from the raised surfaces fills the grooves. This
creates a fully water- and air-tight connection.

XPress copper with LBP function


The mechanical properties of copper differ from carbon steel and
stainless steel. Copper is a softer material which makes it possible to
create a LBP function in the material itself (O-ring bead) instead of the
O-ring. The LBP function on the XPress copper is created by a triangle
shaped O-ring bead which will leak before pressing. The function of this
design is the same as the function of the LBP O-ring for carbon and
stainless steel, which is to localize any forgotten pressings and prevent
mistakes with installation procedures.
Working principle of the XPress copper LBP fuction
The triangle shaped O-ring bead will leave space between the tube and
the fitting at 3 points in the O-ring bead. Through these gaps water will
flow when the fitting is not pressed. The advantage with this design is
that there is still enough contact between the tube and the O-ring which
assures that the tube will stay in its place when inserted.
When pressed the shape of the O-ring bead will change and becomes
round again (due to the mechanical properties of copper it is very easy
to reform the bead from a triangle shape to a perfect round shape
Contact between
again).
After pressing this results in a water- and
air-tight connection.

tube, O-ring and


fitting which
retain the tube.

Providing suitable solutions

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2.4
2.3.3 Alternative applications for the fittings

2.4 Press tools

The choice of fittings and tubes depends on the assembly situation,


the medium and the operating conditions. For approval of the use of
XPress fittings for other applications such as water, compressed air
and gas please contact your local agent or VSH. Always make sure that
installations comply with local regulations.

Press tools consist of a press machine and the corresponding press


jaws- or slings. The press machine can be either battery- or
electrically powered. Figure 1 shows a battery powered version. For
each tube diameter used, the respective press jaws- and slings
should be used for a perfect tight connection. Figure 3 shows a
section of the press profile before and after pressing.


All XPress fittings with a diameter

from 12 mm to 108 mm can be

pressed using the suitable press

machines listed in the product range.
Figure 1: ACO 202

The respective jaws or slings with
M-profile should be used according to the diameter that has to be
installed. For diameters of 35 to 108 mms there is a possibility, that in
addition to the press sling, a special adaptor may also be required.

2.3.4 Electrical heat tracing

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XPress stainless steel, carbon steel and copper may be used in


conjunction with electrical heat tracing. In the case of XPress stainless
steel, electrical heat tracing may be used if the inside of the tube is
guaranteed not to permanently exceed 60C. For thermal disinfection
for example, short-term temperatures (max. 1 hour a day) of 70C are
permitted. Due to impermissible pressure increase as a result of heating
in sealed tubes it is not allowed to heat sealed off tubes.

2.3.5 Equipotential bonding in houses


All metallic pipework systems using equipotential bonding must comply
with equipotential bonding requirements. After all plumbing has been
completed, always ensure continuity checks are conducted by a
qualified electrician in accordance with the regulations. XPress stainless
steel and blank copper tubes according to EN1057/R250-R290 in
combination with the respective fittings are electrical conductive tube
systems and therefore must be included in the equipotential bonding.
XPress carbon steel with and without polypropylene coating is not an
electrical conductive system and does not need to be included in the
equipotential bonding.

Note: GAS press fittings may only be pressed with the press jaws/
slings stated in the certificate and the table. This also applies for
sprinkler installations.

VSH guarantees an excellent press connection,

provided the tools are used correctly. The tools

permitted by VSH may be found listed in the


document XPress tool schedule, which is

also available on our internet site at products >
Before
pressing

press fittings > tool schedule.


Our website can be found under the following

address: www.vsh-fittings.com

After pressing

Figure 2: Pressing before and after


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2.4
2.4.1 Press tools approved for XPress stainless steel
and XPress carbon steel
In the below tables you can find the list of approved press tools. The
most actual list of tools permitted by VSH can be found listed in the
document XPress tool schedule, which is available on our internet
site www.vsh-fittings.com at products > press fittings > tool schedule.

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Dimension

Manufacturer Press machine

Press jaws/slings

12-54 mm

Ridgid

RP 10-S (230 V)
RP 300 (230 V)
RP 300-B (12 V)
RP 10-B (12 V)

Ridgid jaws are not allowed


Machines are only allowed with other brands of
jaws/slings approved by VSH Fittings

12-54 mm

Viega

PT2-EH (230 V)
PT3-EH (230 V)
PT3-AH (12 V)
Pressgun 4E (18 V)
Pressgun 4B (230 V)
Type 5A
Type 5

Viega jaws are not allowed


Machines are only allowed with other brands of
jaws/slings approved by VSH Fittings

Nussbaum

Dimension

Manufacturer Press machine

Press jaws/slings

12-28 mm

Comap

12-28 mm

Novopress

Presskid (12 V)
AFP 101 (9,6 V)

Presskid jaws 12-28 mm (inlay)


AFP 101 jaws 12-28 mm

Sudopress 1932 (9,6 V)


Sudopress 2432 (12 V)

Sudopress basic jaws with press inlays (12-28 mm)


with following RYW or COMAP IX

12-54 mm

Comap

Sudopress 3263 (14,4 V)

12-54 mm

Novopress

ECO 1 Pressboy (230 V)


ECO 201/202 (230 V)
ACO 1 Pressboy (12 V)
ACO 3 Pressmax (12 V)
ACO 201 (12 V)
ACO 202 (18 V)
EFP 2 (230 V)
EFP 201/202 (230 V)
AFP 201/202 (14 V)

Jaws 12-54 mm
Slings and adapter (ZB201/203) 35-54 mm

Sudopress basic jaws with press inlays (12-28 mm)


with following RYW or COMAP IX
Novopress press jaws for 12-35 mm and
Novopress slings and adapter for 42-54 mm

ECO 3 Pressmax (230 V)


ECO 301 (230V)

Jaws 12-54 mm
Slings and adapter (ZB302) 35-54 mm
Press slings 76,1-108 mm
For press slings 76,1 & 88,9 one adapter is needed
(ZB321)
For press sling 108 two adapters are needed
(ZB 321 & ZB322) Important: Fitting size 108mm
must be pressed in 2 stages!

12-108 mm

Novopress

Slings and adapter for ACO 3 are compatible with


(ZB302)

Table 15: Press tools approved for XPress carbon and stainless steel

2.4.2 Press tools approved for XPress copper (solar)


Dimension

Manufacturer Press machine

Press jaws/slings

12-28 mm

Novopress

Presskid (12 V)
AFP 101 (9,6 V)

Presskid jaws 12-28 mm (inlay)


AFP 101 jaws 12-28 mm

12-54 mm

Novopress

ECO 1 Pressboy (230 V)


ECO 201/202 (230 V)
EFP 2 (230 V)
ACO 1 Pressboy (12 V)
ACO 3 Pressmax (12 V)
ACO 201 (12 V)
ACO 202 (18 V)
EFP 201/202 (230 V)
AFP 201/202 (230 V)

Jaws 12-35 mm
Slings and adapter (ZB201/203) 42-54 mm
Slings and adapter for ACO 3 are compatible with
(ZB302)

12-108 mm

Novopress

ECO 3 Pressmax (230 V)


ECO 301 (230V)

Jaws 12-35 mm
Slings and adapter (ZB301) 42-54 mm
Press slings 64-108 mm. For Press slings 64-88,9
mm one adapter is needed (ZB321). For Press sling
108 two adapters are needed (ZB 321 & ZB322)
Important: Fitting size 108 mm must be pressed
in 2 stages! Press slings are marked especially for
copper.

12-28 mm

Klauke

MAP1 Klauke Mini (9,6 V)


MAP2L Klauke Mini (18 V)

Klauke mini jaws 12-28 mm (28 mm jaw is marked


with VSH only)

12-54 mm

Klauke

UAP2 (12 V)
UNP2 (230 V)
UP75 (12 V)
UAP3L (18 V)

Jaws 12-35 mm
Important: 42-54 mm only with
(M-profile)Novopress slings

12-28 mm

Rothenberger

Romax Compact (12 V)

Romax compact mini jaws 12-28 mm

12-54 mm

Rothenberger

Romax Pressliner 12 V
Jaws 12-35 mm
Romax Pressliner ECO 12 V Only new type of jaws with red dot and polished
Romax AC ECO 230 V
press profile
Important: 42-54 mm only with (M-profile) Novopress
slings

12-54 mm

Ridgid

RP 10-S (230 V)
RP 300 (230 V)
RP 300-B (12 V)
RP 10-B (12 V)

Slings 76,1-108 mm

76,1-108
mm

Novopress

Hydraulic-Press-System
HCP / HA 5
ACO401 (18 V)

12-28 mm

Klauke

MAP1 Klauke Mini (9,6 V) Klauke mini jaws 12-28 mm (28 mm jaw is marked
MAP2L Klauke Mini (18 V) with VSH only)

12-54 mm

Klauke

UAP2 (12 V)
UNP2 (230 V)
UP75 (12 V)
UAP3L (18 V)

Jaws 12-54 mm
Slings and adapter 42-54 mm Important: Both new
Klauke M-slings (without press inlays) as well as old
Klauke M-slings (with press inlays) can be used

12-108 mm

Klauke

UAP4 (12V)
UAP4L (18 V)

Jaws 12-54 mm
Slings and adapter 42-54 mm
Slings and adapter 76,1-108 mm

ACO401 to be used with HP401 slings

76,1-108
mm

Klauke

UAP100 (12 V)
UAP100L (18 V)

Slings 76,1-108 mm

12-28 mm

Rems

Mini Press ACC (12 V)

Rems mini press jaws 12-28 mm*

12-54 mm

Rems

Powerpress 2000 S401


(230 V)
Powerpress E (230 V)
Powerpress ACC (230 V)
Accu-Press S403 (12 V)
Accu-Press ACC (12 V)

Jaws 12-54 mm*


Slings and adapter 42-54 mm

12-28 mm

Rothenberger

Romax Compact (12 V)

Romax Compact mini jaws 12 -28 mm

12-54 mm

Rothenberger

Romax-Pressliner (12 V)
Romax-Pressliner ECO
(12 V)
Romax AC Eco (230 V)

Jaws 12-35 mm: Only new type of jaws with red dot
and polished press profile.
Jaws 42-54 mm: Only new jaws with a circle around
the dimension.

12-54 mm

Virax

Viper P20 (14,4 V)


Viper P21 (18 V)

Jaws 12-54 mm

Ridgid jaws are not allowed. Machines are only


allowed with other brands of jaws approved by
VSH Fittings.
Important: 42-54 mm only with (M-profile) Novopress
slings

Table 16: Pressing of copper from 42 mm only


with (M-profile) Novopress slings
* 18 and 28 only allowed with marking from 108 (Q1 2008) or higher

Providing suitable solutions

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2.4
2.4.3 Press tools approved for XPress stainless steel GAS
Dimension

42

Manufacturer Press machine

2.4.5 Press tools approved for XPress Sprinkler

Press jaws/slings

Dimension

Manufacturer Press machine

Press jaws/slings

15-28 mm

Novopress

Presskid (12 V)
AFP 101 (9,6 V)

Presskid jaws 15-28 mm


AFP Mini jaws 15-28 mm

22-35 mm

Novopress

ECOTEC Jaws 22-28 mm


Slings and adapter (ZB201/203) 35 mm

15-54 mm

Novopress

ECO 1 Pressboy (230 V)


ECO 201/202 (230 V)
EFP 2 (230 V)
ACO 1 Pressboy (12 V)
ACO 3 Pressmax (12 V)
ACO 201 (12 V)
ACO 202 (18 V)
EFP 201/202 (230 V)
AFP 201/202 (230 V)

Jaws 15-35 mm
Slings and adapter (ZB201/203) 42-54 mm

15-54 mm

Klauke

UAP2 (12 V)
UNP2 (230 V)
UP75 (12 V)

Important: Only with Novopress jaws & slings

15-54 mm

Rems

Powerpress 2000 S401


(230 V)
Powerpress E (230 V)
Powerpress ACC (230 V)
Accu-Press S403 (12 V)
Accu-Press ACC (12 V)

Important: Only with Novopress jaws & slings

15-54 mm

Virax

Viper P20 (14,4 V)


Viper P21 (18 V)

Important: Only with Novopress jaws & slings

15-28 mm

Rothenberger

Romax Compact (12 V)

Important: Only with Novopress jaws & slings

15-54 mm

Rothenberger

Romax-Pressliner (12 V)
Romax-Pressliner ECO
(12 V)
Romax AC Eco (230 V)

Important: Only with Novopress jaws & slings

ECO 201/202 (230 V)


ACO 201 (14,4 V)
ACO 202 (18 V)
EFP 2 (230 V)
EFP 201/202 (230 V)
AFP 201/202 (14,4 V)
ECO 301 (230V)

For ECO 301:


ECO 301 jaw 22-28 mm
Slings and adapter (ZB302) 35 mm

42-54 mm

Novopress

ECO 301 (230 V)

Power slings and adapter (ZB302) 42-54 mm

76,1-108
mm

Novopress

ACO401 (18 V)

Slings HP401 76,1-108 mm

76,1-108
mm

Klauke

UAP100 (12 V)

Slings KSP3 76,1-108 mm

Table 19: from 35 mm press jaws are not allowed

2.4.6 Maintenance and correct usage of press tools

Table 17: from 42 mm press jaws are not allowed

Correct pressing with the XPress systems will be guaranteed when


the press tools stated in the tables 15-19 are used correctly. Regular
maintenance and lubrication of the press jaws, slings and tools is
necessary. Please observe the manufacturers instructions for use
and maintenance.

2.4.4 Press tools approved for XPress copper GAS


Dimension

Manufacturer Press machine

Press jaws/slings

15-28 mm

Novopress

Presskid (12 V)
AFP 101 (9,6 V)

Presskid jaws 15-28 mm


AFP Mini jaws 15-28 mm

15-54 mm

Novopress

ECO 1 Pressboy (230 V)


ECO 201/202 (230 V)
EFP 2 (230 V)
ACO 1 Pressboy (12 V)
ACO 3 Pressmax (12 V)
ACO 201 (12 V)
ACO 202 (18V)
EFP 201/202 (230 V)
AFP 201/202 (230 V)

Jaws 15-35 mm
Slings and adapter (ZB201/203) 42-54 mm

15-28 mm

Novopress

Presskid (12 V)
AFP 101 (9,6 V)

Presskid jaws 15-28 mm


AFP Mini jaws 15-28 mm

15-54 mm

Novopress

ECO 1 Pressboy (230 V)


ECO 201 (230 V)
EFP 2 (230 V)
ACO 1 Pressboy (12 V)
ACO 3 Pressmax (12 V)
ACO 201 (12 V)
EFP 201 (230 V)
AFP 201 (230 V)

Jaws 15-35 mm
Slings and adapter (ZB201/203) 42-54 mm

15-54 mm

Klauke

UAP2 (12 V)
UNP2 (230 V)
UP75 (12 V)

Important: Only with Novopress jaws & slings

12-28 mm

Rems

Mini Press ACC (12 V)

Rems mini press jaws 12-28 mm*

15-54 mm

Rems

Powerpress 2000 S401


(230 V)
Powerpress E (230 V)
Powerpress ACC (230 V)
Accu-Press S403 (12 V)
Accu-Press ACC (12 V)

Jaws 15-35 mm

When jointing XPress copper & XPress copper GAS fittings in sizes
above 35 mm, it is essential that the grooves in the press jaw/sling
are lubricated with Dri-slide lubricant! The jaws/slings should be
lubricated in this way after every 50 joints for sizes 42 mm to 76 mm
and after every 5 joints for size 108 mm. Care should be taken to avoid
contact between lubricant and O-rings.
Badly maintained and/or damaged pressjaws are a potential risk.
Damaged jaws can damage the fittings, leaving metal particles behind
in the jaw as a result. If the same jaw is then used to press a stainless
steel fitting, these metal particles will be pressed into the fitting, which
could lead to pitting and further corrosion. Therefore always make
sure to properly clean your press jaws and slings when switching
between materials. Other press tools not mentioned in the chapters
2.4.1 up to 2.4.5 can be approved on request.

Important: 42-54 mm only with (M-profile)


Rems or Novopress slings

Table 18: from 42 mm press jaws are not allowed

Providing suitable solutions

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2.5
2.5 Installation guidelines

2.5.3 Calibration

2.5.1 Cut the tube to length

Always ensure the tube ends are radial and even rounded. Especially
with white copper tubes according to DIN EN 1057/R220 (1mm), e.g.
Wicu tubes, the tube ends must be calibrated before pressing.

After measuring, the tubes can be cut to length using a tube cutter
(see fig. 4), a fine-toothed handsaw or a
mechanical saw with electrical motor suitable
for the tube material. The tube should always
be cut completely. Never partially cut the
tube and break it off as this could cause
corrosion.

44

Do not use oil cooled saws, abrasive


wheels or flame cutting

Figure 4: Cutting the tube

XPress carbon steel tubes with polypropylene coating and


coated copper tubes (Wicu)
To ensure a safe connection of the pressfitting, it is essential to
remove the tubes synthetic coat up to the insertion depth before
assembling the press fitting using a jacket stripping unit. With
Wicu tubes the rigidity of the press connection is only achieved by
maintaining the insertion depth and by using an insert stiffener.

2.5.4 Marking insertion depth


The necessary insertion depth (see table 21)
must be marked on the tube or the press
fitting (the latter for fittings with tube ends) in
order to guarantee a safe and proper joint.
Mark the insertion depth with a suitable
insertion depth marker as supplied by VSH.
Reliable pressing with the corresponding
Figure 6: Marking the depth 45
tensile strengths can only be achieved by a
proper installation. The pressing operation
behind the bead is of crucial importance for
the tensile strength. The marking on the tube
must remain visible (but close to the fitting)
after the connection is pressed to identify any
movement before or after pressing.

2.5.6 Check the fitting and tube


2.5.2 Deburring the tube
The tube ends must be carefully deburred
inside and out after being cut to length. This
is in order to avoid damage to the O-ring
when inserting the tube into the pressfitting.
Deburring the inside of tubes prevents pitting
and corrosion. Deburring in- and outside
can either be carried out using a hand
deburrer suitable for the material or an
electrical tube deburrer. Burrs
Figure 5: Deburring the tube
sticking to the tube must be removed.

Before assembly, the fitting must be checked Figure 7: Check fitting/tube


to ensure the correct position and presence of
the O-rings. The tube, fitting and O-ring
should be examined for foreign material (e.g.
dirt, burrs), which should be removed if
present.

2.5.7 Assembly of fitting and tube


Insert the tube into the press fitting up to the
marked insertion depth while being rotated
Figure 8: Assembly fitting/tube
slightly and pushed in an axial direction at the
same time.
Providing suitable solutions

2.5
The marking for the insertion depth must still be visible. In case of fittings
without a stop the fittings should be inserted at least as far as the marked
insertion depth. Rough and careless insertion of the tube into the press
fitting may result in damage to the O-ring and is therefore not permitted.
When assembly is more difficult due to permitted tolerances in sizes, a
lubricant as water or soap may be used.
Under no circumstances may oils, fats or grease be used as lubricants.

46

To optimise the installation time, it is normal practice to assemble a


number of connections first and, then press the various tube connections
one after the other. Marking the distance (A) provides a check that the
tube has not been pushed out of the fitting during the pressing process.
Before starting the final pressing process of
the various tube connections, it is also
important to check some of the minimum
required work space distances (see table 20).

Table 21 shown below gives the minimum required working space


so that the pressing of the fittings can be carried out correctly using
the appropriate press tools. These distances relate to the general
installation configurations that are schematically depicted in
figures 9-11.

Outer-

12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
64
67
76,1
88,9
108

XPress
copper
(GAS)
17
20
20
21
23
26
30
35
50
50
50
64
64

Minimum
distance
dmin (mm)
XPress
stainless steel
(GAS) carbon
steel, copper
10
10
10
10
10
10
20
20
30
30
55
65
80

Minimum tube length


2xA + dmin (mm)
XPress
XPress XPress
stainless carbon copper
steel
steel
(GAS)
(GAS)
44
44
44
50
50
50
50
50
50
52
52
52
56
56
56
62
62
62
80
80
80
90
90
90
130
130
165
165
140
186
186
193
234
234
208

Fig. 11
b

tube
depth
40 mm

56

20

75

25

28

131

60

20

75

25

28

131

40 mm

22 mm

65

25

80

31

35

150

40 mm

Figure 8

A (mm)
XPress
XPress
stainless carbon
steel
steel
(GAS)
17
17
20
20
20
20
21
21
23
23
26
26
30
30
35
35
55
55
63
63
77
77

18 mm

Insertion depth

Fig. 10
b

12-15 mm

d min

[mm]

Fig. 9

28 mm

75

25

80

31

35

150

60 mm

35 mm

75

30

80

31

44

170

70 mm

42 mm

140/115*

60/75* 140/115*

60/75*

75

265

70 mm

54 mm

140/120*

60/85* 140/120*

60/85*

85

290

70 mm
70 mm

64 mm

145*

110*

145*

100*

100

345

67 mm

145*

110*

145*

100*

100

345

70 mm

76,1 mm

140*

110*

165*

115*

115

395

80 mm

88,9 mm

150*

120*

185*

125*

125

435

90 mm

108 mm

170*

140*

200*

135*

135

470

100 mm
* Slings

Table 21: Space needed for installation

40 mm

da

Figure 9

c
b

Figure 10

Figure 11

Table 20: Minimum distances between pressings


Providing suitable solutions

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2.5
2.5.8 Pressing

48

Before starting to press, the press jaws and slings must be checked for
dirt, which must be removed if present. Furthermore, it must be ensured
that the press machine is in good condition and that the instructions for
operating the device, maintenance and the manufacturers instructions
have been followed. Also make sure that you use the correct press jaws
and slings for the application and that these are corresponding to the
fittings which are used. In order to create a proper pressed connection,
the groove of the press tool must enclose the press fitting O-ring bead.
Once the pressing has started, always complete the press cycle and
under no circumstances interrupt the process. The approved
machines, press jaws and press slings are shown on pages 40 - 43 or
can be found listed in the document XPress tool schedule, which is
available on our internet site www.vsh-fittings.com at products >
press fittings > tool schedule.

Local regulations should always be observed.


Note:
1. Gas tubes and fittings should be marked yellow to avoid confusion.
2. Tubes are to be protected against mechanical damage when
mounted above screed.
3. Carry out tests according to G1 Gas Guidelines (e.g. check covered
tubes).
4. When mounted under screed (above the reinforcement) place in
concrete slots.

2.5.9 Bending
It may be necessary to bend a tube in order to carry out the
installation. Normal hand-, hydraulic or electrically-operated bending
tools with the corresponding bending formers of tools can be used
for this. The manufacturer will determine the suitability of the bending
tool. XPress stainless steel, carbon steel tubes and copper tubes
according to DIN EN 1057 are cold pliable.

Pressing gas installations


XPress stainless steel GAS and XPress copper GAS are suitable for
gases of the second and the third gas family (natural- and liquid
gases) according to DVGW Worksheet G 260 and are installed within
buildings (with HTC) and outside buildings (without HTC) as above.

The tube may not be bent when warm due to the danger of
corrosion.

A mixture of XPress stainless steel GAS and XPress copper GAS is


not permitted for new installations. Connections to gas fittings and
gas parts of brass, red bronze, ductile grey cast iron and aluminium
diecasting can be installed with gas threads/press fittings or flanges.
In case of repairs, make sure the tubes correspond with the DIN-EN/
DVGW standards, have a perfect and undamaged outer surface and
have not been painted.

Stainless steel tube (15-28 mm)

rmin = 3,5 x d

Copper tubes (12-54 mm) according to


EN 1057 and DVGW-GW 392

rmin = 3,5 x d

Carbon steel tubes (12-28 mm)

rmin = 3,5 x d

The minimum bend radius is as follows:

A smaller bend radius is not permitted.

Providing suitable solutions

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2.6
2.6 General application guidelines

2.5.10 Mixed metal system


XPress stainless steel fittings and tubes can easily be combined with
controls and fittings of stainless steel and non-ferrous metals.
Connection with galvanized carbon steel or less noble fittings or
components can lead to contact corrosion. This can be prevented
using synthetic or non-ferrous metal fittings or spacers of at least 50
mm long (DIN 1988, part7). For more information on corrosion, see
2.8, page 76. Table 22 shows the possible mix combinations.
XPress Fittings
copper

red bronze/
brass

carbon steel

stainless
steel

allowed

allowed

allowed

allowed
allowed

2.6.1 Heat expansion compensation


The level of thermal expansion within tubing systems depends on the
type of materials used. This linear expansion needs to be taken into
account during the installation. This can be done by allowing for
sufficient expansion space. Small length changes can be
accommodated by an adequate space for expansion as well as by the
elastic properties of the tubing system itself. Larger length changes
require compensation by other means; e.g. installation of expansion
compensation devices or placement of clips and
saddles.

System

XPress Tube

50

copper tube

closed
open

allowed

allowed

not allowed

carbon steel

closed

allowed

allowed

allowed

allowed

not allowed

not allowed

not allowed

not allowed

closed

allowed

allowed

allowed

allowed

open

allowed

allowed

not allowed

allowed

open
stainless steel

Table 23: XPress fittings and tube combinations

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Expansion compensators which can be used


are by pipe leg (figure 12), U-bend (figure 14)
or compensators.
The compensation size can be determined
beforehand by calculating the length changes.
The equation to calculate the length changes is as follows:

We recommend using red bronze or brass fittings for the transition


from copper to steel. Combinations should be avoided in the case of
gas installations (see 2.5.8 Pressing gas installations).

l = l x x T



l = overall linear expansion in [mm]


l = length of the trajectory in question [m]
T = temperature difference [C]
= linear expansion coefficient, which is:
for stainless 1.4401 tubing = 0,0160 mm/m
for stainless 1.4521/1.4520 tubing = 0,0104 mm/m
for carbon steel tubing = 0,0108 mm/m
for copper tubing = 0,0170 mm/m

Providing suitable solutions

2.6
Tables 23a, 23b, 23c and 23d show the expansion of the various
pipelines depending on the length of the tube and the rise in
temperature.
Calculation of the expansion compensation length
In case of greater expansion, expansion compensators or, in
complicated cases -shaped compensating loops will need to be
fitted and calculated. The formula with which the expansion equalizer
in mm is calculated is as follows:

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Bd = k x (de x l)

Bd = expansion compensation length

k = material constant
= 45 for XPress stainless and carbon steel tube
= 35 for copper tube

de = outside diameter of the tube [mm]
l = linear expansion that needs to be compensated [mm]

T [K]
l
[m]
10
20

30

40

50

60

80

90

0,16

0,32

0,48

0,64

0,80

0,96

70
1,12

1,28

1,44

100
1,60

0,32

0,64

0,96

1,28

1,60

1,92

2,24

2,56

2,88

3,20

0,48

0,96

1,44

1,92

2,40

2,88

3,36

3,84

4,32

4,80

0,64

1,28

1,92

2,56

3,20

3,84

4,48

5,12

5,76

6,40

0,80

1,60

2,40

3,20

4,00

4,80

5,60

6,40

7,20

8,00

0,96

1,92

2,88

3,84

4,80

5,76

6,72

7,68

8,64

9,60

1,12

2,24

3,36

4,48

5,60

6,72

7,84

8,96

10,08

11,20

1,28

2,56

3,84

5,12

6,40

7,68

8,96

10,24

11,52

12,80

1,44

2,88

4,32

5,76

7,20

8,64

10,08

11,52

12,96

14,40

10

1,60

3,20

4,80

6,40

8,00

9,60

11,20

12,80

14,40

16,00

12

1,92

3,84

5,76

7,68

9,60

11,52

13,44

15,36

17,28

19,20

14

2,24

4,48

6,72

8,96

11,20

13,44

15,68

17,92

20,16

22,40

16

2,56

5,12

7,68

10,24

12,80

15,36

17,92

20,48

23,04

25,60

18

2,88

5,76

8,64

11,52

14,40

17,28

20,16

23,04

25,92

28,80

20

3,20

6,40

9,60

12,80

16,00

19,20

22,40

25,60

28,80

32,00

Table 23a: Overall linear expansion l [mm]. Only for XPress stainless
steel 1.4401

Providing suitable solutions

53

2.6
T [K]
l
[m]
10
20

54

100

T [K]
l
[m]
10
20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

0,10

0,21

0,31

0,42

0,52

0,62

0,73

0,83

0,94

1,04

0,11

0,22

0,32

0,43

0,54

0,65

0,76

0,86

0,97

100

0,21

0,42

0,62

0,83

1,04

1,25

1,46

1,66

1,87

2,08

0,22

0,43

0,65

0,86

1,08

1,30

1,51

1,73

1,94

2,16

0,31

0,62

0,94

1,25

1,56

1,87

2,18

2,50

2,81

3,12

0,32

0,65

0,97

1,30

1,62

1,94

2,27

2,59

2,92

3,24

0,42

0,83

1,25

1,66

2,08

2,50

2,91

3,33

3,74

4,16

0,43

0,86

1,30

1,73

2,16

2,59

3,02

3,46

3,89

4,32

0,52

1,04

1,56

2,08

2,60

3,12

3,64

4,16

4,68

5,20

0,54

1,08

1,62

2,16

2,70

3,24

3,78

4,32

4,86

5,40

0,62

1,25

1,87

2,50

3,12

3,74

4,37

4,99

5,62

6,24

0,65

1,30

1,94

2,59

3,24

3,89

4,54

5,18

5,83

6,48

1,08

0,73

1,46

2,18

2,91

3,64

4,37

5,10

5,82

6,55

7,28

0,76

1,51

2,27

3,02

3,78

4,54

5,29

6,05

6,80

7,56

0,83

1,66

2,50

3,33

4,16

4,99

5,82

6,66

7,49

8,32

0,86

1,73

2,59

3,46

4,32

5,18

6,05

6,91

7,78

8,64

0,94

1,87

2,81

3,74

4,68

5,62

6,55

7,49

8,42

9,36

0,97

1,94

2,92

3,89

4,86

5,83

6,80

7,78

8,75

9,72

10

1,04

2,08

3,12

4,16

5,20

6,24

7,28

8,32

9,36

10,40

10

1,08

2,16

3,24

4,32

5,40

6,48

7,56

8,64

9,72

10,80

12

1,25

2,50

3,74

4,99

6,24

7,49

8,74

9,98

11,23

12,48

12

1,30

2,59

3,89

5,18

6,48

7,78

9,07

10,37

11,66

12,96

14

1,46

2,91

4,37

5,82

7,28

8,74

10,19

11,65

13,10

14,56

14

1,51

3,02

4,54

6,05

7,56

9,07

10,58

12,10

13,61

15,12

16

1,66

3,33

4,99

6,66

8,32

9,98

11,65

13,31

14,98

16,64

16

1,73

3,46

5,18

6,91

8,64

10,37

12,10

13,82

15,55

17,28

18

1,87

3,74

5,62

7,49

9,36

11,23

13,10

14,98

16,85

18,72

18

1,94

3,89

5,83

7,78

9,72

11,66

13,61

15,55

17,50

19,44

20

2,08

4,16

6,24

8,32

10,40

12,48

14,56

16,64

18,72

20,80

20

2,16

4,32

6,48

8,64

10,80

12,96

15,12

17,28

19,44

21,60

Table 23b: Overall linear expansion l [mm]. Only for XPress stainless

Table 23c: Overall linear expansion l [mm]. Only for XPress carbon

steel 1.4520/1.4521

steel

Providing suitable solutions

55

2.6

56

Bd

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

0,17

0,34

0,51

0,68

0,85

1,02

1,19

1,36

1,53

1,70

0,34

0,68

1,02

1,36

1,70

2,04

2,38

2,72

3,06

3,40

0,51

1,02

1,53

2,04

2,55

3,06

3,57

4,08

4,59

5,10

0,68

1,36

2,04

2,72

3,40

4,08

4,76

5,44

6,12

6,80

0,85

1,70

2,55

3,40

4,25

5,10

5,95

6,80

7,65

8,50

1,02

2,04

3,06

4,08

5,10

6,12

7,14

8,16

9,18

10,20

1,19

2,38

3,57

4,76

5,95

7,14

8,33

9,52

10,71

11,90

1,36

2,72

4,08

5,44

6,80

8,16

9,52

10,88

12,24

13,60
15,30

1,53

3,06

4,59

6,12

7,65

9,18

10,71

12,24

13,77

10

1,70

3,40

5,10

6,80

8,50

10,20

11,90

13,60

15,30

17,00

12

2,04

4,08

6,12

8,16

10,20

12,24

14,28

16,32

18,36

20,40
23,80

14

2,38

4,76

7,14

9,52

11,90

14,28

16,66

19,04

21,42

16

2,72

5,44

8,16

10,88

13,60

16,32

19,04

21,76

24,48

27,20

18

3,06

6,12

9,18

12,24

15,30

18,36

21,42

24,48

27,54

30,60

20

3,40

6,80 10,20

13,60

17,00

20,40

23,80

27,20

30,60

34,00

Table 23d: Overall linear expansion l [mm]. Only for copper

L
2

30

L
2

Bd

Lb
2

T [K]
l
[m]
10
20

Lb

Figure 12

Figure 13

Figure 14

57

830

Graph 1: Nomogram (for XPress stainless steel) for calculating the


situation Figs. 12 and 13. Expansion Bd [mm]

Providing suitable solutions

2.6
Without the requirement for the mathematical calculation, we would
get the same result through interpolation of the data in table 20. With
the expansion for the respective section of the pipeline, we need to
calculate the length of the expansion compensator required for its
compensation see figures 12 and 13. Using the nomogram in
graph 1, we get ca. 830 mm. The analytical calculation shows:
Bd = 45 x (22 x 15,36) = 827,2 mm

460

58
Graph 2: Nomogram for calculating the Situation Fig. 14 Expansion

In case of an -shaped expansion connection, the calculated value of


the expansion equalizer also visible from figure 14 is to be halved as it
is actually two expansion sections. The value [Bd] is not exactly
divided by two, but should be divided by a factor of 1,8:
Lb = (45/1,8) x (22 x 15,36) = 459,6 mm
or otherwise:
Lb = Bd /1,8 = 827,2/1,8 = 459,6 mm

compensator Lb [mm]

Graph 2 shows a value for Lb of ca. 460 mm.


The Nomogram in graph 1 enables the fast and accurate
establishment of the expansion bend length [Bd] considering the
respective tube types and the expansion to be compensated [l].
Graph 2 shows the values [Lb] for the installation situation illustrated in
figure 14.
The following is an example of an analytical calculation: A tube
network with a length of 16 m consisting of stainless steel tubing with
a diameter of 22 mm subject to a temperature difference of 60 K.
When using the equation for calculating the expansion, the result is:
l = 16 x 0,0160 x 60 = 15,36 mm

As can be seen in figure 12-14, a correct compensation of the


expansion depends also on the placement of fixing devices such as
saddles and clips. Never plan for or place tube saddles as a mounting
device close to a tube connection. Clips should be positioned such
that they do not behave as a fixed restraint. When there are straight
segments of tube, without expansion compensation, use only one
saddle to prevent possible deformation. Position it as close to the
middle of the straight segment as possible: in this way, any expansion
will be distributed in both directions and the length of the expansion
equalizer required will be halved. It is recommended that tube saddles
with a rubber inlay are used as this muffles any possible noise and
vibration and provides a better distribution of the stresses.

Providing suitable solutions

59

2.6
2.6.2 Flow loss
Every fluid that flows through a tubing system experiences continuous
and local flow resistances that are apparent from the pressure drop in
the system. There is a difference between the continuous and the
local pressure drop. The continuous pressure drop is mainly caused
by the flow resistance in straight tube sections which in turn essentially
results from the friction between the fluid and the tube wall.
Local pressure drops, on the contrary, are those flow resistances that
are caused by turbulence, for instance where there is a change of
internal tube diameter, a tube branch, in an elbow, etc.

60

Continuous pressure drop


To calculate the total pressure drop resulting from the flow of fluids in a
straight section of the tubing system, first determine the pressure drop
over a unit of length and then multiply the total length with this value.
This value can be determined analytically using the Hazen-Williams
formula.
6,05 x 105
p = ------------------------- x Q1,85
C1,85 x di4,87

61

700

= pressure loss in the tube [bar/m]


= flow through the tube [l/min]
= mean internal diameter of the tube [mm]
= constant for type and condition of the tube
C=140 for XPress carbon and stainless tube

0,1

p
Q
di
C

80 hot water

For those who wish to make these calculations, we refer to the relevant
discipline literature. For the normal installation calculations, appropriate
diagrams, such as given in figure 15 opposite, can be used to solve this
problem. The unit pressure drop [R] and the flow velocity [m/s] for a
given water flow rate can be determined with these simple and quick
means.
27

Figure 15
Providing suitable solutions

2.6
Once [R] and the actual or equivalent length of the tubing system
are known, the total pressure drop over the particular segment can
be calculated. The diagram gives values that apply to water with a
temperature of 80C. It can be seen that [R] changes with temperature
and, as such, a correction is needed. Diagrams for the different
operating temperatures and various velocity ranges can be prepared.
For example a diagram applicable to water with a temperature of
10C is used when dealing with normal water supply systems with
its corresponding significantly higher velocity ranges. As well as the
temperature, any water additives e.g. anti-freeze will affect the value
[R] and will need to be corrected accordingly. It would be too complex
to use several diagrams to calculate each temperature. That is why
one can use the nomogram in figure 16, which gives the correction
factor [Kc] that needs to be applied to [R] for the actual temperature of
the fluids. The following example explains the use of the nomogram.
Assume a flow rate of 700 l/h with a tube diameter of 22 x 1,2 mm. For
80C hot water, the value of R is 27 WS/m (approx. 270 Pa/m). The value of
[R] for 40C warm water is calculated as follows:
as in the nomogram of figure 16, the correction factor [Kc] is 1,0 for
a water temperature of 10C, the value of [R] for this temperature
can initially be ascertained. The value obtained is multiplied by the
correction coefficient [Kc] for the temperature of 40C:

62

0,89

R = (27/0,82) x 0,89 = 29,3 mm WS/m [29,3 mbar/m].


Local pressure drops
Local pressure drop is, as mentioned in the introduction of this
section, the resistance to flow that results from changes in the
flow direction and cross-sectional area, flow splitting over several
channels, etc. There are in general two possibilities to calculate these
flow resistances: the direct analytical method and the method using
equivalent lengths.

0,82

Figure 16
Providing suitable solutions

63

2.6
Equivalent length method
This is a calculation method that solves the calculation problem as a
function of a particular local resistance and gives the equivalent length
of a straight piece of tube with the same diameter that would have the
same pressure drop. In order to use this method of calculation all
length-equivalent values for each fitting type in table 24 are to be added
to the actual length of the supply network. This will show the overall
resistance in the circuit. This method is not as accurate as the direct
method but has the advantage that the calculation can be carried out
faster.

Table 25 gives the [] values for every type of fitting. We can assume
that [] is velocity independent for those velocities that occur in
domestic installations or in other normal applications; this is
supported by the fact that the change of [] as a function of the
Reynolds number in these velocity ranges is only minimal. Once the
[] value is known, one can read off directly the corresponding local
pressure drop.

DN 12 - 100 ( 15 - 108 mm)


DN
64

DN 12 - 50 ( 15 - 54 mm)

Method of equivalent length (m)


1,5
0,7
0,5
0,5
0,4
DN 65 - 100 ( 76,1 - 108 mm)
1,3
0,6
0,4
0,5

0,1

0,9
1,0

1,3
1,3

Table 24: Table of equivalent meters

Direct analytical method


The local pressure drop can be calculated with the following
mathematical equation:
pL= x v2 x /2 x 10 -5 [bar]


v = flow velocity of the fluid [m/s]


= specific density of the fluid [kg/m3]
= local flow resistance coefficient

1,5
1,5

3,0
3,0

Direct analytical method

12

0,9

0,4

0,3

0,3

0,25

0,5

0,7

0,9

1,8

15

1,1

0,5

0,4

0,4

0,30

0,65

0,9

1,1

2,5

20

1,4

0,6

0,5

0,5

0,4

0,8

1,2

1,4

2,8

25

1,9

0,9

0,6

0,6

0,5

1,1

1,5

1,9

3,8

32

2,5

1,2

0,8

0,8

0,7

1,5

2,1

2,5

5,0

40

3,1

1,4

1,0

1,0

0,9

1,8

2,6

3,1

6,2

50

4,0

1,8

1,3

1,3

1,1

2,3

3,3

4,0

8,0

65

6,1

2,8

1,9

2,4

0,5

4,7

6,1

7,1

14,2

80

7,8

3,6

2,4

3,0

0,6

6,0

7,8

9,0

18,0

100

10,6

4,9

3,3

4,1

0,8

8,2

10,6

12,3

24,6

Table 25: Table of localized flow loss values

Providing suitable solutions

65

2.6
2.6.3 Heat losses

Figures 17, 18, 19 and 20 show the linear heat losses of the tubes
according to their diameter and temperature difference. The details in
figures 17, 18 and 19 refer to bare tubes placed above screed. Figure
20 shows the heat loss for polypropylene coated tubes.

Respective insulation for limiting heat losses is also required for the
tubes in the XPress System, not just to save energy but also based on
current norms and legal provisions (for example German law of 10/91,
DIN 1988, part 2, EnEV). We refer to these regulations and their
implementation regulations and the respective tables showing the
minimum insulation thickness.
100

linear heat loss for stainless steel tubes


15 18 22 28
35
42

54

100
76,1

90

70
60

108
t [K]

t [K]

60
50

40

30

30

20

20

10

100

100
heat loss [W/m]

150

200

linear heat loss for carbon steel tubes


12 15 18 22 28 35 42
54
76,1

88,9

108

100

80

80

70

70

60

60
t [K]

90

50

40

30

30

20

20

10

10

Figure 19

100
heat loss [W/m]

150

200

60
40
heat loss [W/m]

80

linear heat loss for polypropylene coated carbon steel tubes


15 18 22
28
35
42

100

54

50

40

50

20

Figure 18

90

Table 26 on the following pages gives the friction loss R in the tube as
a function of the throughput Q and the flow velocity at a temperature
of 10 C for stainless steel tubes according DVGW - worksheet GW
541 (2004) series 2, with a wall roughness [k] of 0,0015 mm. The tables
for XPress carbon steel tube and copper tube as well as the tables for
other situations (for example other temperatures or other applications)
are available at VSH or can be downloaded at: www.vsh-fittings.com

10
50

Figure 17

t [K]

50

40

54

80

70

66

42

2.6.4 XPress tube

90

88,9

80

linear heat loss for copper tubes


12 15 18 22
28
35

20

Figure 20

60
40
heat loss [W/m]

80

100

Providing suitable solutions

67

0,8
2,7
5,5
9,1
13,5
18,5
24,3
30,8
37,9
45,7
54,1
63,2
72,9
83,2
94,1
105,6
117,6
130,3
143,6
157,4

0,2
0,5
0,7
1,0
1,2
1,6
1,7
2,0
2,2
2,5
2,7
3,0
3,2
3,5
3,7
4,0
4,2
4,5
4,7
5,0

0,3
1,0
1,9
3,3
4,8
6,5
8,6
10,8
13,4
16,0
19,0
22,2
25,5
29,1
33,0
37,0
41,2
45,6
50,3
55,1
60,1
65,3
70,7
76,3
82,1
86,1
94,2
100,8
107,1
113,9
120,8
127,9

0,2
0,3
0,5
0,6
0,8
1,0
1,1
1,3
1,4
1,5
1,8
1,9
2,1
2,2
2,4
2,5
2,7
2,9
3,0
3,2
3,3
3,5
3,7
3,8
4,0
4,1
4,3
4,5
4,6
4,8
4,9
5,1

0,1
0,3
0,7
1,1
1,6
2,1
2,8
3,5
4,4
5,3
6,2
7,3
8,3
9,5
10,8
12,0
13,5
14,8
15,4
17,9
19,6
21,2
23,0
24,8
26,7
28,6
30,7
32,7
34,8
37,0
39,2
41,5
43,8
46,3
48,7
51,2
53,8
56,5
59,3
62,0
64,8
67,6
70,5
73,5
76,5
79,6
82,8
86,0

0,1
0,2
0,3
0,4
0,5
0,6
0,7
0,8
0,9
1,0
1,1
1,2
1,3
1,4
1,5
1,6
1,7
1,8
1,9
2,0
2,1
2,2
2,3
2,4
2,5
2,6
2,8
2,9
3,0
3,1
3,2
3,3
3,4
3,5
3,6
3,7
3,8
3,9
4,0
4,1
4,2
4,3
4,4
4,5
4,6
4,7
4,8
4,9

0,2
0,4
0,6
0,8
1,0
1,2
1,4
1,6
1,8
2,0
2,2
2,4
2,6
2,8
3,0
3,2
3,4
3,6
3,8
4,0
4,2
4,4
4,6
4,8
5,0
5,2
5,4
5,6
5,8
6,0
6,2
6,4
6,6
6,8
7,0
7,2
7,4
7,6
7,8
8,0
8,2
9,0
10,0

0,3
1,1
2,3
3,8
5,7
7,8
10,3
13,1
16,2
19,5
23,1
27,0
31,2
35,7
40,4
45,3
50,6
56,1
61,8
67,8
74,1

0,2
0,5
0,7
1,0
1,2
1,5
1,7
2,0
2,2
2,5
2,7
3,0
3,2
3,5
3,7
4,0
4,2
4,5
4,7
5,0
5,2

0,1
0,4
0,9
1,5
2,2
3,1
4,0
5,1
6,3
7,6
9,0
10,5
12,1
13,8
15,6
17,5
19,5
21,6
23,8
26,2
28,6
31,0
33,6
36,3
39,1
42,0
44,9
48,0
51,1
54,4

0,2
0,3
0,5
0,7
0,8
1,0
1,2
1,3
1,5
1,7
1,8
2,0
2,2
2,3
2,5
2,7
2,8
3,0
3,2
3,3
3,5
3,7
3,9
4,0
4,2
4,4
4,5
4,7
4,9
5,0

0,0
0,1
0,3
0,5
0,7
0,9
1,2
1,6
1,9
2,3
2,6
3,1
3,6
4,1
4,6
5,2
5,8
6,5
7,1
7,7
8,4
9,2
10,0
10,8
11,6
12,5
13,3
14,2
15,0
16,1
17,1
18,0
19,1
20,2
21,3
22,3
23,5
24,7
25,9
27,0
28,3
33,5
40,6

v
[m/s]

R
[bar/m]

54 x 1,5 mm

v
[m/s]

R
[bar/m]

42 x 1,5 mm

v
[m/s]

R
[bar/m]

35 x 1,5 mm

v
[m/s]

R
[bar/m]

28 x 1,2 mm

v
[m/s]

R
[bar/m]

v
[m/s]

R
[bar/m]

v
[m/s]
0,4
0,8
1,1
1,5
1,9
2,3
2,8
3,0
3,4
3,8
4,1
4,5
4,9
5,3

22 x 1,2 mm

Maximum
throughput
Q s [ l/s ]

2,2
7,3
14,8
24,5
36,2
49,9
65,8
83,1
102,4
123,8
146,5
171,1
197,5
225,5

18 x 1,0 mm

Table 26: Tube friction values (only for stainless steel)

68

0,05
0,10
0,15
0,20
0,25
0,30
0,35
0,40
0,45
0,50
0,55
0,60
0,65
0,70
0,75
0,80
0,85
0,90
0,95
1,00
1,05
1,10
1,15
1,20
1,25
1,30
1,35
1,40
1,45
1,50
1,55
1,60
1,65
1,70
1,75
1,80
1,85
1,90
1,95
2,00
2,05
2,10
2,15
2,20
2,25
2,30
2,35
2,40

R
[bar/m]

Maximum
throughput
Q s [ l/s ]

2.6
15 x 1,0 mm

0,1
0,2
0,3
0,4
0,5
0,6
0,7
0,8
0,9
1,0
1,1
1,2
1,3
1,4
1,5
1,6
1,7
1,8
1,9
2,0
2,1
2,2
2,3
2,4
2,5
2,6
2,8
2,9
3,0
3,1
3,2
3,3
3,4
3,5
3,6
3,7
3,8
3,9
4,0
4,1
4,2
4,6
5,1

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0,1
0,4
0,8
1,4
2,0
2,8
3,7
4,7
5,9
7,1
8,4
9,9
11,4
13,0
14,8
16,6
18,5
20,6
22,7
24,9
27,2

0,2
0,5
0,7
1,0
1,2
1,5
1,7
2,0
2,2
2,5
2,7
2,9
3,2
3,4
3,7
3,9
4,2
4,4
4,7
4,9
5,1

0,1
0,2
0,4
0,6
0,9
1,3
1,7
2,2
2,7
3,2
3,8
4,5
5,2
5,9
6,7
7,5
8,4
9,3
10,3
11,3
12,4
13,4
14,6
15,7
17,0
18,2
19,6
20,9
22,2

2.7 Building-in

0,2
0,4
0,5
0,7
0,9
1,1
1,2
1,4
1,6
1,8
1,9
2,1
2,3
2,5
2,7
2,8
3,0
3,2
3,4
3,5
3,7
3,9
4,1
4,2
4,4
4,6
4,8
5,0
5,1

0,0
0,1
0,1
0,2
0,4
0,5
0,6
0,8
1,0
1,2
1,4
1,7
2,0
2,2
2,5
2,8
3,2
3,5
3,9
4,3
4,6
5,1
5,5
5,9
6,4
6,8
7,3
7,8
8,4
8,9
9,5
10,0
10,6
11,1
12,3
12,9
13,6
14,3
15,0
15,7
16,4
17,1
17,9

2.7.1. Recommendations
v
[m/s]

R
[mbar/m]

108 x 2,0 mm

v
[m/s]

v
[m/s]

R
[mbar/m]

88 x 2,0 mm

0,1
0,2
0,4
0,5
0,6
0,7
0,8
0,9
1,1
1,2
1,3
1,4
1,5
1,7
1,8
1,9
2,0
2,1
2,2
2,4
2,5
2,6
2,7
2,8
3,0
3,1
3,2
3,3
3,4
3,5
3,7
3,8
3,9
4,0
4,2
4,3
4,4
4,6
4,7
4,8
4,9
5,0
5,2

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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

R
[mbar/m]

Maximum
throughput Qs
[ l/s ]

2.7
76 x 2,0 mm

For esthetical and practical reasons it is rare that tubes are installed
uncovered in modern installations other than in auxiliary rooms,
such as cellars and garages. The installation of tubes under screed,
inside the wall or floor requires several precautionary measures that
are depicted schematically in the figures 21 and 22. The following
systems can be installed under screed:
- XPress stainless steel without corrosion protection*
- XPress stainless steel GAS without corrosion protection*
- XPress carbon steel polypropylene coated (Fittings must be
protected against corrosion)
- XPress copper with corrosion protection (e.g. synthetic coated)
- XPress copper GAS with corrosion protection (e.g. synthetic coated).
Important: tubes for water laid under screed (e.g. walls or floors)
should always have a suitable coating to achieve a significant
separation between the tube and the building structure (e.g. due to
noise protection).

Figure 21

Figure 21 shows a cross-section of a tube


installed inside a wall.
The tubes and fittings have to be wrapped by
an elastic and pliable coating that isolates the
installation fully from the building so that there
are no direct contacts. For this purpose isolation
materials prescribed by DIN 1988 are a good
solution and also have a heat insulating effect.

Similarly for tubes installed inside floors, even


sprung floors, make sure that the horizontal
stretches are isolated by a mantle such as shown
in figure 21.
Figure 22
* In chloride-containing building materials, stainless steel tubes
must be protected accordingly.

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Also ensure that an adequate elastic bushing has been used where
the tube exits the floor so that any tube geometry changes do not
cause the tube to come into contact with the cement (see figure 22).

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Figure 23 shows a classical situation of branching from the outside


standpipe to a point in the building. In this case, make sure that the
T-piece is not subjected to stress that could result in a change of
the direction of the axis of the fitting. In this context the attachment
saddles, as fixed mounting points, and clips are therefore very
important. For all installations however, the tubes and fittings should
be enclosed with a soft material as a general rule in order to allow
expansion. We point out once more that insulation- and surrounding
material in the case of stainless steel may not admit any diffusion
from chloride ions. In the case of copper, surrounding materials
such as ammonia or nitrates must be prevented from penetrating the
insulating material.
Guidelines for the fitting distances for pipelines
Distance between supports for pipelines
Tube diameter
[mm]
15 x 1,0

Maximum distance
[m]
1,25

18 x 1,0

1,50

22 x 1,2

2,00

28 x 1,2

2,25

35 x 1,5

2,75

42 x 1,5

3,00

54 x 1,5

3,50

64 x 1,5

4,25

67 x 1,5

4,25

76,1 x 2,0

4,25

88,9 x 2,0

4,75

108 x 2,0

5,00

Adherence to the distances above and between attachment points


is not sufficient by itself. Heat expansion also needs to be
appropriately compensated for in horizontal stretches, and therefore
the distances above may need to be changed.

2.7.2 Tube fastening


When fastening the tubes, bear in mind the following:
The bearing capacity of the fastenings must correspond to the weight
of the pipelines and also withstand expansion and torsion forces.
Based on this, attachment saddles, as fixed mounting points, and
clips must be correctly inserted and assembled.
Attachment points may only be fitted onto straight tube sections.
They may not be fitted onto shaped parts.

2.7.3 Pressure test


Completed pipelines are checked for leaks before being covered up.
With potable water and heating installations the pressure test can
be carried out with water, air or inert gases. The test medium and
the results of the pressure test are to be documented in a so-called
pressure test report.
Important: VSH stipulates that a pressure test of the piping system
must be carried out in all cases. Before being sealed, insulated,
painted or installed a line must first undergo a pressure test in order
to determine that there are no leaks. Pressure test should always be
performed in accordance with local regulations. As a rule of thumb a
pressure of 1,5 times the operating pressure is used for pressure tests
with water.

Figure 23

Note: Because of corrosion risk make sure that after testing with water
in carbon press installations there is no water left in the pipe system
unless the system is going to be operational in a short term.

Table 28: Distance between supports


according to DIN 1988, part 2
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Pressure test of potable water systems

Pressure test of sprinkler systems

Pressure test with water


Important: The pressure test with water on drinking water pipelines
that have already been laid is performed in accordance with the
ZVSHK/BHKS technical bulletins. The medium used for the pressure
test with water must be of drinking water quality (free of oil and other
impurities) in order to avoid contamination of the pipeline system.
After being filled with pure water the pipe must be properly bled.

The tubes belonging to the sprinkler system must be subjected to a


pressure test according to valid guidelines, for example CEA 4001,
no. 17.1.1. (VdS) lasting at least two hours. During the test a pressure
(measured at the alarm valves) corresponding to 1,5 times the permitted
positive operating pressure - but at least 15 bar - must be maintained.
This pressure test is a check of both the strength and tightness of the
system. The pressure loss, for example due to temperature changes,
should be monitored for 24 h. Dry sprinkler systems shall also be tested
pneumatically to a pressure of not less than 2,5 bars for not at least
24 hours. Every leakage which occurs and results in a pressure drop of
more than 0,15 bar for the 24 h, shall be corrected.
Any faults disclosed, such as permanent deformations, ruptures or
leakages shall be corrected, and the pressure test must be repeated.

Pressure test with air


Important: The pressure test with air or inert gases can be carried out
in accordance with the ZVSHK/BHKS technical bulletins Pressure
Test with Air or Inert Gases.
For safety reasons, the maximum test pressure is set to 3 bar, a
maximum test pressure which also applies for gas pipe.

Pressure test for heating systems and cooling systems

2.7.4 F
 lushing the network

Important: As a rule the pressure test on pipes that have already been
laid is carried out with water in accordance with DIN-VOB 18380.
The test pressure at each point of the system must be 1,3 times the
operating pressure and at least 1 bar overpressure.
Immediately after the cold water pressure test the water should
be heated up to the highest hot water temperature on which the
calculation was based in order to determine whether the system
remains tight at high temperatures.
During the test there must be no drop in pressure.
The pressure test should be sufficiently documented.

All pipelines are to be flushed thoroughly before taking into use so that
foreign matter and foreign substances are removed from the inside of
the tube surface and so that hygiene problems and corrosion damage
is largely prevented. The potable water pipeline must be flushed as
soon as possible after installing the pipelines and following the pressure
test. The cold- and hot water pipelines should be flushed separately,
intermittently and under pressure with an air-water mixture (DIN 1988,
part 2).
The medium for flushing the pipes should be of drinking water quality to
prevent possible contamination of the pipe system.

Pressure test for natural gas systems


Important: The pressure test for natural gas and liquid gas systems
must be performed in accordance with local regulations such as for
example DVGW G600/TRGI 86/96.

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2.8 Corrosion
There are different kinds of corrosion: chemical corrosion,
electrochemical corrosion, internal and external local corrosion, stray
current corrosion, etc. In general, all these kinds of corrosion have
very particular chemical or mechanical causes. The following section
provides some simple hints that will help to prevent occurrence of
these problems.

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Electrochemical corrosion
For electrochemical corrosion to take place, the following conditions
would have to be present:
- An electrochemical potential difference between both parts
- The presence of a conductive fluid (electrolyte), such as water
- The presence of oxygen, O2.
One should differentiate between heating installations and water
supply installations. There are no significant amounts of oxygen
in heating installations, when they are properly installed and
operated and there will thus be very little corrosion. In potable water
installations however, the oxygen content is very high, near the
saturation level.

It is therefore recommended to avoid using extensions or


connection pieces of galvanized steel as far as possible and instead
to use fittings from stainless steel or brass.
Stray currents
Corrosion by stray currents rarely occurs in practice and it is
immediately recognisable as it starts on the outside of the tube with
a cone-shaped crater to the inside. Stray current corrosion requires a
direct current that turns the metal into an anode. The current in reality
that, despite isolation measures, penetrates into the earth and goes
on into other neighbouring metal structures, such as a water supply
installation, runs through a particular stretch of the system before it
returns to earth again. In order to penetrate into the tubing system, the
earth current must have an entry point where the normal protective
cover of the tube or connection is damaged or missing.
For this reason, metal pipelines must be earthed (see EU Regulations).
Direct current installations are generally not used in domestic
households and no real problems occur with alternating current.
Research over decades has shown that problems by stray currents
only occur sporadically and do not depend on the type of metal.

2.8.1 Stainless steel


It is of primary importance that the XPress System components are
only installed downstream of other, metallurgically inferior (less noble),
components that are possibly present in these kind of installations.
For example, it is possible to install branches with XPress stainless
steel tubes from a tube system consisting of galvanised steel tubes.
Conversely, a connection piece of non-ferrous metal or synthetics can
be used (see DIN 1988). Another important factor is the ratio between
the surface of the noble metal and that of the less noble metal. The
higher this ratio, the greater the corrosion rate may be.

Internal corrosion
XPress stainless steel tubes and press fittings are completely passive
when in contact with potable water and therefore not at risk from
corrosion. Potable water is considered as water with properties
conforming to current regulations on physical-chemical tolerances.
The tubes and fittings also react in a safe and problem-free manner
regarding the waters chlorine content if 1,34 mg/l is added for
disinfecting purposes. The XPress stainless steel system can also
be used for all water treatment plants for domestic purposes (e.g. for
water hardeners).

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It is corrosion-resistant against glycol-containing, de-mineralized


or distilled water. Hygiene problems regarding heavy metal
contamination do not occur when using XPress stainless. Point or
crack corrosion can only occur when the maximum values for the
chloride content in water, as defined in the applicable regulations, are
significantly exceeded.

External corrosion
In general carbon steel systems are installed in such a way that
the outer surfaces do not come into contact with corrosive media.
However, XPress carbon steel tubes should not be permanently
exposed to moisture. XPress carbon steel tubes with PP coating
provide a good corrosion protection.

External corrosion
External corrosion of the XPress stainless system components can
only occur when wet potable water tubes come into contact with
mortar, droplets or covers that contain or create chlorides. Ensure
that the outer isolation layer of the tubes and fittings is continuous
and that sufficient corrosion-protective isolation tape is applied if
necessary. The use of closed-cell insulation has proven to be an
effective protection against corrosion.

2.8.3 Corrosion prevention


In the following paragraphs, instructions are given for preventing the
corrosion problems in the usual areas of application. We distinguish
between inner- and outer corrosion and area of application. We shall
also be going into the various application possibilities of various
materials that can be combined in an installation (combi installation).

A. Inner corrosion

2.8.2 Carbon steel


Internal corrosion
Internal corrosion cannot occur with closed water heating systems.
The oxygen in the water in closed systems is used to create iron
oxide on the inside of the tube meaning further corrosion is no longer
possible. When the heating system is not in use, it must be kept full
at all times, or, alternatively, be completely drained and subsequently
dried out, to avoid the presence of water and oxygen in the system
at the same time.
The respective additives should be added to prevent frost damage,
calcification or corrosion. Enquiries for the use of additives can be
done at any time. To prevent outer corrosion, please observe the
respective laws, regulations and rules of the DVGW, DIN or other
institutes.

A.1 Heating installations


The penetration of oxygen in closed heating installations is prevented
if high quality fittings and compensators with closed membranes are
used. When filling the installation, a small quantity of oxygen
contained in the water is directly absorbed into the inner tube surface
in which a thin layer of iron oxide is formed after which there is no
longer any possibility of corrosion. The loss in wall thickness can be
disregarded. The heating-circuit water is practically oxygen-free after
this reaction.

Stainless steel
Tubes and fittings of stainless steel are suitable for all open and
closed heating installations. Combi installations: Stainless steel can
be used in combi installations with other materials in any sequence.

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Carbon steel

Carbon steel copper stainless steel. Combi installations: These


steel combinations are possible in all closed systems without
limitation.

components are suitable for all conditioning methods (water


hardening) regarding conditioned potable water installations and are
also corrosion resistant with regard to glycol-containing-, demineralized- or distilled water. XPress stainless fittings and stainless
tubes are however not suitable for operation in metering systems as
for example disinfectants, which are added to the potable water.
XPress stainless fittings and tubes are also suitable for all other open
and closed water systems (e.g. cooling water). Combi installations:
The corrosion behaviour of stainless steel is not influenced by its use
in combi installations independent of the direction of the flow of water
(no flow rule). Combi installations can be used with stainless steel in
any sequence. Discolouration from a deposit of foreign corrosion
products does not indicate corrosion on the stainless steel. Stainless
steel can be used with all copper alloys (red bronze, copper or brass)
in a combi installation. Stainless steel is not at risk from contact
corrosion.

Water additives

Carbon steel

As a preventive measure against inadmissible oxygen absorption,


oxygen inhibitors can be added to the heating-circuit water. Observe
the suppliers instructions for use.

Carbon steel tubes and fittings are not allowed in potable water
installations. In the case of galvanized steel, contact corrosion will
occur if this is brought into direct contact with stainless steel.

Inner corrosion is normally impossible in closed heating installations


with carbon steel tubes and fittings as oxygen from outside cannot
penetrate the installation. Combi installations: Unalloyed galvanized
steel can be used without problems and can be combined with other
metals in any sequence in closed systems.

Copper
Copper is suitable for all open and closed heating systems. Combi
installations: Copper can be used with other metals in any sequence
in combi installations.

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Other combinations possibilities


A.2 (Potable) water installations
Stainless steel
The stainless steel in XPress fittings and tubes has the advantage that
stainless steel is passive in potable water. The physical and chemical
properties of the potable water are not affected by stainless steel. In
this passive condition, no internal corrosion will take place. With the
use of tubes and connection pieces from stainless steel, the danger of
heavy metal contamination is avoided and the growth of bacteria is
countered. Discharge or ring corrosion can only occur if the chloride
content of the water is significantly higher than the maximum level
allowed under current regulations. XPress stainless system

With the use from fittings of red brass, copper or brass between the
carbon steel tube and the stainless steel, the possibility of contact
corrosion is negligibly small. Contact corrosion on a carbon steel tube
can also be prevented using 50 mm couplings made of red bronze,
copper or brass.

Copper
The physical and chemical properties of potable water can be
affected by copper in the event of inner corrosion. An unfavourable
potable water composition can also lead to corrosion.

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The limit values for the use of copper material with respect to the salt
content of the potable water must therefore correspond to the legal
requirements for potable water. If these limit values are adhered to
and the potable water composition does not deteriorate, copper is
suitable for potable water installations. Combi installations with
copper and carbon steel: On application of copper and carbon steel
tubes in water systems including open water systems and due to the
various properties of the metals, the following rule is important:
Flow from base metal to the noble metal

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Copper should always be used after couplings/tubes of carbon steel


as per the direction of the flow of water.
Base

Carbon steel

Noble

Stainless steel

Copper

The flow from base metal to noble metal

B. Outer corrosion
B.1 General
Situations causing outer corrosion do not usually occur in buildings. It
is however possible that installations in many cases are for a longer
period subject to undesired penetration of rain, humidity or
dampness, which can lead to problems. Responsibility for the
carrying out of measures rests however with the operator and the
fitter. Only suitable corrosion protection can offer permanent safety
against corrosion. For this application, there is the possibility of
closed cell insulation, which must be applied in a guaranteed
waterproof condition.

Suitable basic- or metallic paints can offer minimum corrosion


protection. It is advisable to always use corrosion protection on the
pipelines in situations where corrosion is likely to occur (damp room,
crawl spaces, etc.).

B.2 Stainless steel


Outer corrosion can only occur in the following circumstances:
- If stainless steel heat-conducting pipelines (50C) come into contact
with chloride-containing building and insulating materials (through
the effects of humidity)
- If water vapour on stainless steel heat-conducting pipelines leads to
a local chloride concentration
- If stainless steel pipelines (also in the case of cold water pipelines)
come into contact with chlorine gas, saltwater or (oxygen-saturated)
water with a high chlorine content.
If there is the danger of building material coming into contact over a
long period with highly chlorinated water, suitable corrosion protection
must be used. Stainless steel tubes in cement floors will not be subject
to electrolytic outer corrosion in connection with the potential
equalization.

B.3 Carbon steel


Special consideration should be given to preventing outer corrosion in
an environment remaining humid for a longer period. Only in the case
of sporadic shorter corrosion stress by humidity will carbon steel also
be resistant against corrosion for a longer period. Carbon steel press
fitting connections must be protected in the case of increased risk of
corrosion due to electrolytic outer corrosion (or longer periods of
humidity). A synthetic coat of polypropylene offers carbon steel tubes
effective corrosion protection.

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B.4 Copper

Connections

Coppers great deal of corrosion resistance makes corrosion


protection measures superfluous. With copper tubes in cement floors,
no outer electrolytic outer corrosion takes place in connection with
the potential equalization. However, sometimes also copper pipelines
must be protected from the influence of outer corrosion such as
sulphite, nitrite and ammonia. Gas tubes must be protected against
corrosion.

There is a danger of point or crack corrosion when soldering stainless


steel fluid tubes. In the case of TIG welding of stainless steel, discolouration occurs at the welding joints, which on contact with salty
water can lead to corrosion. This discolouration, mainly on the inside
of the tube can only be removed by etching, which is not practical
with pipelines that have already been installed.

C. Influence of application and processing


C.1 General
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Corrosion may occur due to incorrectly designed installations and


faulty operational applications. The following points must be
observed:

C.2 Stainless steel

C.3 Stainless steel carbon steel copper


With all material (stainless steel, carbon steel, copper), waterline
corrosion can occur via a three-phase interface (water metal gas
(air)). This corrosion can be prevented if the tubing installation remains
permanently filled following the first filling. Partial filling will take place
for example, if the tubes are emptied again after a compression test
with water in which case compression tests using gas/air are to be
recommended.

Grinding stainless steel

D. Effect of insulation

Grinding through stainless steel tubes due to the high heat


development is not permitted.

D.1 General

Bending stainless steel tubes


Stainless steel tubes may not be bent warm. The heating up of the
stainless steel tube will alter the structure of the material (sensitization)
and inter-crystalline corrosion can take place.

Heat transfer (e.g. with a heating band)


Heat transfer from outside inwards must be prevented as this can lead
to the build-up of film on the inside of the tube wall. This film can
cause the increase in the concentration of chloride ions, which cause
discharge corrosion in critical concentrations.

Insulation normally offers no protection against corrosion except for


closed cell insulation (sealed watertight), which offers effective
corrosion protection.

D.2 Insulating stainless steel


Insulating material that release chloride ions towards the water or
which could cause a local increase in chloride ions are not permitted.
The thermal insulation of tubes may include a mass proportion of up
to 0,05% of water-soluble chloride ions (AS quality).

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D.3 Insulating galvanized steel

3 Certificates

If there is no humidity between the insulation material and the tube, no


corrosion can occur. If underneath the insulation, (condensation-)
humidity can occur, the outside of the tube will corrode.

D.4 Insulating copper


Insulation for copper must be nitrate-free and may contain a
proportion of nitrate no more than 0,02%.

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4 Guarantee
For the actual terms of guarantee on XPress please contact your local
agent.

VSH
5 Combination pressings

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Carbon steel

Minimum distance between pressings

DN
10
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Stainless steel

94

DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
D-min
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

Tube length
L-min
50
50
52
56
62
80
90
165
186
234

Minimum fitting
distance A-min
10
10
10
10
10
20
20
40
50
50

Insertion
depth e
20
20
21
23
26
30
35
55
63
78

Tube length
L-min
50
50
52
56
62
80
90

Minimum fitting
distance A-min
10
10
10
10
10
20
20

Insertion
depth e
20
20
21
23
26
30
35

Stainless steel GAS


DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
D-min
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Outer
D-min
12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

Tube length
L-min
44
50
50
52
56
62
80
90
165
186
234

Minimum fitting
distance A-min
10
10
10
10
10
10
20
20
40
50
50

Insertion
depth e
17
20
20
21
23
26
30
35
55
63
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Copper
DN
10
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
65
80
100

Outer
D-min
12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
64
76,1
88,9
108

Tube length
L-min
44
50
50
52
56
62
80
90
130
140
174
185

Minimum fitting
distance A-min
10
10
10
10
10
10
20
20
30
40
50
50

Insertion
depth e
17,0
20,0
20,0
21,0
23,0
26,0
30,0
35,0
50,0
50,0
62,0
67,5

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Carbon steel

Tee pieces with equal outlet

DN
10
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Stainless steel

96

DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer

Tube length
L-min
50,0
50,0
52,0
56,0
62,0
80,0
90,0
150,0
176,0
204,0

15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

88,0
91,0
97,0
107,0
120,0
143,0
165,0
270,0
304,0
360,0

Z-value
Z
19,0
20,5
22,5
25,5
29,0
31,5
37,5
60,0
64,0
78,0

78,0
88,0
90,0
104,0
118,0
140,0
162,0

Z-value
Z
14,0
19,0
19,0
24,0
28,0
30,0
36,0

X-min

Stainless steel GAS


DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Tube length
L-min

X-min
50,0
50,0
52,0
56,0
62,0
80,0
90,0

Outer

Tube length
L-min

12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

X-min
44,0
50,0
50,0
52,0
56,0
62,0
80,0
90,0
150,0
176,0
204,0

89,0
98,0
101,0
107,0
117,0
130,0
153,0
175,0
282,0
302,0
354,0

Z-value
Z
22,5
24,0
25,5
27,5
30,5
34,0
36,5
42,5
66,0
63,0
75,0

97

Copper
DN
10
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
65
80
100

Outer
12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
64
76,1
88,9
108

Tube length
L-min

Z-value
Z

X-min
44,0
50,0
50,0
52,0
56,0
62,0
80,0
90,0
130,0
140,0
174,0
185,0

66,0
74,0
78,0
84,0
94,0
110,0
136,0
158,0
298,0
270,0
374,0
369,0

11,0
12,0
14,0
16,0
19,0
24,0
28,0
34,0
84,0
65,0
100,0
92,0

Providing suitable solutions

5
Carbon steel

Minimum distance between 2 tee pieces with equal


and reduced outlet

Stainless steel

98

DN

Outer

12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

Tube length
L-min
X-min
50,0
50,0
52,0
56,0
62,0
80,0
90,0
150,0
176,0
204,0

12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Tube length
L-min
X-min
50,0
50,0
52,0
56,0
62,0
80,0
90,0

15,0
16,5
18,5
21,5
25,0
30,0
36,0
61,0
68,0
79,0

Z-value
Z1
84,0
88,0
93,0
102,0
111,0
138,0
162,0

10
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

Tube length
L-min
X-min
44,0
50,0
50,0
52,0
56,0
62,0
80,0
90,0
150,0
176,0
204,0

Z-value
Z1
71,0
80,0
83,0
89,0
99,0
112,0
140,0
162,0
270,0
312,0
354,0

13,5
15,0
16,5
18,5
21,5
25,0
30,0
36,0
60,0
68,0
75,0

Copper

Stainless steel GAS


DN

Outer

99

Z-value
Z1
80,0
83,0
89,0
99,0
112,0
140,0
162,0
272,0
312,0
362,0

DN

DN

Outer

10
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
65
80
100

12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
64
76,1
88,9
108

Tube length
L-min
X-min
44,0
50,0
50,0
52,0
56,0
62,0
80,0
90,0
130,0
140,0
174,0
185,0

Z-value
Z1
66,0
74,0
78,0
84,0
94,0
110,0
136,0
158,0
296,0
276,0
374,0
369,0

11,0
12,0
14,0
16,0
19,0
24,0
28,0
34,0
83,0
68,0
100,0
92,0

17,0
19,0
20,5
23,0
24,5
29,0
36,0

Providing suitable solutions

5
Stainless steel GAS

Reduction of tee pieces

DN
15-12
20-10
20-15
25-12
25-15
25-20
32-20
32-25
40-25
40-32
50-25
50-32
50-40

Stainless steel

100

DN
15-12
20-10
20-12
20-15
25-12
25-15
25-20
32-12
32-15
32-20
32-25
40-12
40-15
40-20
40-25
40-32
50-12
50-15
50-20
50-25
50-32
50-40
65-40
65-50
80-50
80-65
100-50
100-65
100-80

Outer
18-15
22-12
22-15
22-18
28-15
28-18
28-22
35-15
35-18
35-22
35-28
42-15
42-18
42-22
42-28
42-35
54-15
54-18
54-22
54-28
54-35
54-42
76-42
76,1-54
88,9-54
88,9-76,1
108-54
108-76,1
108-88,9

L2

L1
47,2
57,3
57,3
55,5
66,5
64,5
61,7
83,5
82,0
73,0
70,1
97,0
95,5
93,5
84,9
81,6
115,0
113,5
111,5
108,5
104,6
101,1
180,0
164,0
187,0
169,0
246,0
220,0
206,0

Z
36,5
39,5
39,5
39,5
44,5
44,5
44,5
51,0
51,0
51,0
51,0
60,0
60,0
60,0
60,0
60,0
71,0
71,0
71,0
71,0
71,0
71,0
116,0
116,0
131,0
131,0
156,0
156,0
156,0

Z1
30,7
38,8
38,8
37,0
45,0
43,0
40,2
58,5
57,0
48,0
45,1
67,0
65,5
63,5
54,9
51,6
79,0
77,5
75,5
72,5
68,6
65,1
119,0
103,0
119,0
101,0
167,0
141,0
127,0

16,5
18,5
18,5
18,5
21,5
21,5
21,5
25,0
25,0
25,0
25,0
30,0
30,0
30,0
30,0
30,0
36,0
36,0
36,0
36,0
36,0
36,0
61,0
61,0
68,0
68,0
79,0
79,0
79,0

Outer
18-15
22-12
22-18
28-15
28-18
28-22
35-22
35-28
42-28
42-35
54-28
54-35
54-42

L2

L1
56,0
60,5
57,5
76,0
80,0
70,0
86,5
75,5
106,0
92,0
113,0
137,0
108,0

Z
39,0
41,5
41,5
46,0
46,0
46,0
50,5
50,5
59,0
59,0
71,0
71,0
71,0

Z1
37,0
40,0
37,0
53,0
57,0
47,0
62,0
51,0
77,0
63,0
77,0
101,0
72,0

19,0
20,5
20,5
23,0
23,0
23,0
24,5
24,5
29,0
29,0
36,0
36,0
36,0

101
Carbon steel
DN
12-10
15-10
15-12
20-10
20-12
20-15
25-12
25-15
25-20
32-20
32-25
40-20
40-25
40-32
50-15
50-20
50-25
50-32
50-40
65-40
65-50
80-50
80-65
100-50
100-65
100-80

Outer
15-12
18-12
18-15
22-12
22-15
22-18
28-15
28-18
28-22
35-22
35-28
42-22
42-28
42-35
54-18
54-22
54-28
54-35
54-42
76-42
76,1-54
88,9-54
88,9-76,1
108-54
108-76,1
108-88,9

L2

L1
53,0
53,3
48,5
58,7
56,9
57,5
65,5
63,8
63,5
72,0
71,0
89,0
86,0
80,0
113,0
104,0
100,0
99,0
97,0
181,0
170,0
190,0
170,0
216,0
216,0
204,0

Z
35,0
36,5
36,5
39,5
39,5
39,5
44,5
44,5
44,5
51,0
51,0
60,0
60,0
60,0
71,0
71,0
71,0
71,0
71,0
115,0
115,0
131,0
131,0
152,0
152,0
152,0

Z1
38,0
36,8
32,0
40,2
38,4
39,0
44,0
42,3
42,0
47,0
46,0
59,0
56,0
50,0
77,0
68,0
64,0
63,0
61,0
121,0
110,0
122,0
102,0
141,0
141,0
129,0

15,0
16,5
16,5
18,5
18,5
18,5
21,5
21,5
21,5
25,0
25,0
30,0
30,0
30,0
36,0
36,0
36,0
36,0
36,0
60,0
60,0
68,0
68,0
75,0
75,0
75,0

5
Reduction of tee pieces

Elbow 45 (2 x press) on elbow 45 (press x male)

Copper

102

DN
12-10
15-10
15-12
20-12
20-15
25-12
25-15
25-20
32-20
32-25
40-20
40-25
40-32
50-25
50-32
50-40
65-32
65-40
65-50
65-32
65-40
65-50
65-65
80-40
80-50
80-65
80-65
100-40
100-50
100-65
100-65
100-80

Outer
15-12
18-12
18-15
22-15
22-18
28-15
28-18
28-22
35-22
35-28
42-22
42-28
42-35
54-28
54-35
54-42
64-35
64-42
64-54
76-35
76-42
76,1-54
76-64
89-42
88,9-54
89-64
88,9-76,1
108-42
108-54
108-64
108-76,1
108-88,9

L2

L1
39,5
43,6
38,5
50,0
42,0
61,0
56,0
53,4
71,4
67,6
83,0
75,5
76,0
101,0
97,0
91,8
167,0
170,0
163,0
155,0
154,0
149,0
149,0
205,0
197,0
197,5
190,0
216,0
212,0
204,0
204,0
197,5

Z
32,0
34,0
34,0
37,0
37,0
42,0
42,0
42,0
50,0
50,0
58,0
58,0
58,0
69,0
69,0
69,0
133,0
133,0
133,0
121,0
121,0
121,0
121,0
162,0
162,0
162,0
162,0
159,0
159,0
159,0
159,0
159,0

Z1
27,5
29,6
24,5
34,0
26,0
42,0
37,0
34,4
47,4
43,6
55,0
47,5
48,0
67,0
63,0
57,8
84,0
87,0
80,0
87,0
86,0
81,0
81,0
105,0
97,0
97,5
90,0
124,0
120,0
112,0
112,0
105,5

12,0
14,0
14,0
16,0
16,0
19,0
19,0
19,0
24,0
24,0
28,0
28,0
28,0
34,0
34,0
34,0
83,0
83,0
83,0
68,0
68,0
68,0
68,0
100,0
100,0
100,0
100,0
92,0
92,0
92,0
92,0
92,0

Stainless steel
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

Z
33,9
35,8
40,0
44,4
50,8
62,9
73,8
113,1
127,3
152,0

Z1
54,9
60,0
68,4
78,8
91,8
115,5
137,6
199,1
225,3
274,0

Z2
10,5
12,1
14,2
17,2
20,5
26,3
31,9
43,0
49,0
61,0

103

b
10,5
12,1
14,2
17,2
20,5
26,3
31,9
43,0
49,0
61,0

33,9
35,8
40,0
44,4
50,8
62,9
73,8
113,1
127,3
152,0

Stainless steel GAS


DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Z
43,8
46,0
51,6
59,4
70,7
87,7
103,2

Z1
75,8
80,0
95,6
113,4
130,7
167,7
199,2

Z2
16,0
17,0
22,0
27,0
28,0
38,0
46,0

b
16,0
17,0
22,0
27,0
32,0
42,0
50,0

43,8
46,0
51,6
59,4
70,7
87,7
103,2

Providing suitable solutions

5
Elbow 45 (2 x press) on elbow 45 (press x male)

2 x Elbow 45 (2 x press) with tube

Carbon steel
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

Z
34,4
35,8
40,0
44,3
50,7
62,7
73,8
111,7
123,0
158,4

Z1
55,4
60,0
68,4
78,5
91,5
114,9
137,6
193,7
215,0
284,4

Z2
10,5
12,1
14,2
17,1
20,4
26,1
31,9
41,0
46,0
63,0

b
10,5
12,1
14,2
17,1
20,4
26,1
31,9
41,0
46,0
63,0

34,4
35,8
40,0
44,3
50,7
62,7
73,8
111,7
123,0
158,4

104

Stainless steel
DN

Outer

12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

Copper
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
64
76,1
88,9
108

Z
31,3
33,8
39,3
45,6
55,8
69,2
81,4
147,8
144,3
178,9
187,7

Z1
46,2
51,8
63,7
78,5
95,2
118,1
140,2
275,8
245,3
334,9
331,7

Z2
7,5
9,0
10,9
13,9
17,4
20,9
26,8
64,0
46,0
78,0
68,0

b
7,5
9,0
13,5
19,0
22,0
28,0
32,0
64,0
55,0
78,0
76,0

31,3
33,8
39,3
45,6
55,8
69,2
81,4
147,8
144,3
178,9
187,7

105

Tube length
L-min
a-min
Z-min
b
z
50,0
50,2
71,2
50,2
50,0
52,5
76,7
52,5
52,0
56,9
85,3
56,9
56,0
63,9
98,3
63,9
62,0
72,8
113,8
72,8
80,0
93,8
146,4
93,8
90,0
108,8
172,6
108,8
150,0
166,9
252,9
166,9
176,0
193,7
291,7
193,7
204,0
230,5
352,5
230,5

10,5
12,1
14,2
17,2
20,5
26,3
31,9
43,0
49,0
61,0

Tube length
L-min
a-min
Z-min
b
z
50,0
58,0
90,0
58,0
50,0
59,4
93,4
59,4
52,0
67,9
111,9
67,9
56,0
77,8
131,8
77,8
62,0
89,1
153,1
89,1
80,0
116,0
200,0
116,0
90,0
134,4
234,4
134,4

16,0
17,0
22,0
27,0
32,0
42,0
50,0

Stainless steel GAS


DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Providing suitable solutions

5
2 x Elbow 45 (2 x press) with tube

Elbow 90 (2 x press) on elbow 90 (press x male)

Carbon steel

106

DN

Outer

12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

Tube length
L-min
a-min
Z-min
b
z
50,0
50,2
71,2
50,2
50,0
52,5
76,7
52,5
52,0
56,9
85,3
56,9
56,0
63,8
98,0
63,8
62,0
72,7
113,5
72,7
80,0
93,5
145,7
93,5
90,0
108,8
172,6
108,8
150,0
164,0
246,0
164,0
176,0
189,5
281,5
189,5
204,0
233,3
359,3
233,3

10,5
12,1
14,2
17,1
20,4
26,1
31,9
41,0
46,0
63,0

Copper
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
64
76,1
88,9
108

Tube length
L-min
50
50
52
56
62
80
90
130
130
174
185

a-min
Z-min
b
z
46,0
61,0
46,0
48,1
66,1
48,1
53,7
80,7
53,7
65,1
103,1
65,1
73,5
117,5
73,5
94,8
150,8
94,8
110,3
174,3
110,3
182,4
310,4
182,4
164,1
274,1
164,1
233,4
389,4
233,4
236,2
388,2
236,2

7,5
9,0
13,5
19,0
22,0
28,0
32,0
64,0
55,0
78,0
76,0

Stainless steel
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

h
69,6
76,4
90,0
102,6
121,0
148,6
180,6
260,0
302,0
374,0

Z
48,6
51,4
60,0
65,5
75,9
92,5
110,6
165,0
190,0
238,0

107

z
42,0
50,0
60,0
74,2
90,2
112,2
140,0
190,0
224,0
273,0

21,0
25,0
30,0
37,1
45,1
56,1
70,0
95,0
112,0
136,0

Stainless steel GAS


DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

h
91,0
106,0
116,0
140,0
152,0
201,0
248,0

Z
64,0
72,0
76,0
91,0
92,0
119,0
145,0

z
54,0
68,0
80,0
98,0
120,0
164,0
206,0

27,0
34,0
40,0
49,0
60,0
82,0
103,0

Providing suitable solutions

5
Elbow 90 (2 x press) on elbow 90 (press x male)

2 x Elbow 90 (2 x press) with tube

Carbon steel

108

DN
10
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

h
60,4
69,6
76,4
88,1
102,5
120,9
148,5
180,6
263,0
298,0
372,0

Z
42,4
48,6
51,4
58,1
65,5
75,9
92,5
110,6
167,0
188,0
235,0

z
36,0
42,0
50,0
60,0
74,0
90,0
112,0
140,0
192,0
220,0
274,0

18,0
21,0
25,0
30,0
37,0
45,0
56,0
70,0
96,0
110,0
137,0

Copper
DN
10
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
64
76,1
88,9
108

h
58,9
67,0
74,6
84,0
98,0
124,0
151,4
185,0
317,0
282,0
403,0
394,0

Z
44,5
50,0
53,0
58,0
64,0
82,0
101,0
120,0
195,0
190,0
250,0
259,0

z
28,8
33,0
43,2
53,0
68,0
86,0
102,4
131,0
244,0
190,0
306,0
276,0

14,4
17,0
21,6
26,0
34,0
42,0
50,4
65,0
122,0
92,0
153,0
135,0

Stainless steel
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

A-min
92,0
100,0
112,0
130,2
152,2
192,2
230,0
340,0
400,0
478,0

L-min

Z
50,0
50,0
52,0
56,0
62,0
80,0
90,0
150,0
176,0
206,0

109

z
42,0
50,0
60,0
74,2
90,2
112,2
140,0
190,0
224,0
272,0

21,0
25,0
30,0
37,1
45,1
56,1
70,0
95,0
112,0
136,0

Stainless steel GAS


DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

A-min
L-min
Z
104,0
50,0
118,0
50,0
132,0
52,0
154,0
56,0
182,0
62,0
244,0
80,0
296,0
90,0

z
54,0
68,0
80,0
98,0
120,0
164,0
206,0

27,0
34,0
40,0
49,0
60,0
82,0
103,0

Providing suitable solutions

5
2 x Elbow 90 (2 x press) with tube

Elbow 90 (2 x press) on bend tube 90 (long side)

Carbon steel

110

DN
10
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

A-min

L-min

80,0
92,0
100,0
112,0
130,0
152,0
192,0
230,0
342,0
396,0
478,0

Z
44,0
50,0
50,0
52,0
56,0
62,0
80,0
90,0
150,0
176,0
204,0

z
36,0
42,0
50,0
60,0
74,0
90,0
112,0
140,0
192,0
220,0
274,0

18,0
21,0
25,0
30,0
37,0
45,0
56,0
70,0
96,0
110,0
137,0

Copper
DN
10
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
64
76,1
88,9
108

A-min
72,8
84,0
93,2
104,0
124,0
146,0
180,8
220,0
374,0
324,0
480,0
455,0

L-min

Z
44,0
50,0
50,0
52,0
56,0
62,0
80,0
90,0
130,0
140,0
174,0
185,0

z
28,8
34,0
43,2
52,0
68,0
84,0
100,8
130,0
244,0
184,0
306,0
270,0

14,4
17,0
21,6
26,0
34,0
42,0
50,4
65,0
122,0
92,0
153,0
135,0

Stainless steel
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

111
A/A-min z
141,0
145,0
150,0
157,1
245,1
306,1
370,0

21,0
25,0
30,0
37,1
45,1
56,1
70,0

h2/h2-min Z
h1
h1-min
120,0
91,0
70,0
58,0
120,0
95,0
70,0
63,0
120,0
102,0
72,0
70,0
120,0
119,1
82,0
80,0
200,0
165,1 120,0
100,0
250,0
206,1 150,0
120,0
300,0
270,0 200,0
145,0

Stainless steel GAS


DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

A/A-min z
h2/h2-min Z
h1
h1-min
147,0
27,0
120,0
97,0
70,0
58,0
154,0
34,0
120,0
104,0
70,0
63,0
160,0
40,0
120,0
110,0
70,0
70,0
169,0
49,0
120,0
129,0
80,0
80,0
260,0
60,0
200,0
180,0 120,0
100,0
332,0
82,0
250,0
232,0 150,0
120,0
403,0
103,0
300,0
303,0 200,0
145,0

Providing suitable solutions

5
Elbow 90 (2 x press) on bend tube 90 (long side)

Elbow 90 (2 x press) on bend tube 90 (short side)

Carbon steel
DN
10
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

A/A-min z
138,0
141,0
145,0
150,0
157,0
245,0
306,0
370,0

18,0
21,0
25,0
30,0
37,0
45,0
56,0
70,0

h2/h2-min Z
h1
h1-min
120,0
88,0 70,0
58,0
120,0
91,0 70,0
58,0
120,0
95,0 70,0
63,0
120,0
102,0 72,0
70,0
120,0
119,0 82,0
80,0
200,0
165,0 120,0
100,0
250,0
206,0 150,0
120,0
300,0
270,0 200,0
145,0
Stainless steel

112

Copper
DN

Outer

12
15
20
25
32

15
18
22
28
35

A/A-min
138,0
141,6
146,4
153,6
242,0

h2/h2-min
18,0
21,6
26,4
33,6
42,0

120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
200,0

h1
88,0
91,6
96,4
113,6
162,0

70,0
70,0
70,0
80,0
120,0

h1-min
58,0
63,0
70,0
80,0
100,0

DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

A/A-min z
91,0
95,0
102,0
119,1
165,1
206,1
270,0

21,0
25,0
30,0
37,1
45,1
56,1
70,0

h2/h2-min Z
h1
h1-min
70,0
141,0 120,0
58,0
70,0
145,0 120,0
63,0
72,0
150,0 120,0
70,0
82,0
157,1 120,0
80,0
120,0
245,1 200,0
100,0
150,0
306,1 250,0
120,0
200,0
370,0 300,0
145,0

Stainless steel GAS


DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

A/A-min z
h2/h2-min Z
h1
h1-min
97,0
27,0
70,0
147,0 120,0
58,0
104,0
34,0
70,0
154,0 120,0
63,0
110,0
40,0
70,0
160,0 120,0
70,0
129,0
49,0
80,0
169,0 120,0
80,0
180,0
60,0
120,0
260,0 200,0
100,0
232,0
82,0
150,0
332,0 250,0
120,0
303,0
103,0
200,0
403,0 300,0
145,0

Providing suitable solutions

113

5
Elbow 90 (2 x press) on bend tube 90 (short side)

Elbow 45 (press x female) on tee lateral

Carbon steel
DN
10
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

114

Outer
12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

A/A-min z
88,0
91,0
95,0
102,0
119,0
165,0
206,0
270,0

18,0
21,0
25,0
30,0
37,0
45,0
56,0
70,0

h2/h2-min Z
h1
h1-min
70,0
138,0 120,0
58,0
70,0
141,0 120,0
58,0
70,0
145,0 120,0
63,0
72,0
150,0 120,0
70,0
82,0
157,0 120,0
80,0
120,0
245,0 200,0
100,0
150,0
306,0 250,0
120,0
200,0
370,0 300,0
145,0

Copper
DN
12
15
20
25
32

Outer
15
18
22
28
35

A/A-min
z
h2/h2-min Z
h1
h1-min
88,0 18,0
70,0
138,0 120,0
58,0
91,6 21,6
70,0
141,6 120,0
63,0
96,4 26,4
70,0
146,4 120,0
70,0
113,6 33,6
80,0
153,6 120,0
80,0
162,0 42,0
120,0
242,0 200,0
100,0

Stainless steel
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

z
50,5
53,8
60,0
67,5
77,3
92,8
109,7
168,2
186,9
225,0

A
10,5
12,1
14,2
17,2
20,5
26,3
31,9
43,0
49,0
61,0

z2
40,0
41,7
45,8
50,3
56,8
66,5
77,8
125,2
137,9
164,0

D
19,0
20,5
22,5
25,5
29,0
31,5
37,5
60,0
64,0
78,0

40,0
41,7
45,8
50,3
56,8
66,5
77,8
125,2
137,9
164,0

Stainless steel GAS


DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

z
58,4
64,4
71,5
84,3
95,9
117,2
139,3

A
16,0
17,0
22,0
27,0
28,0
38,0
46,0

z2
42,4
47,4
49,5
57,3
67,9
79,2
93,3

D
14,0
19,0
19,0
24,0
28,0
30,0
36,0

42,4
47,4
49,5
57,3
67,9
79,2
93,3

Providing suitable solutions

115

5
Elbow 45 (press x female) on tee lateral

Elbow 45 (2 x press) on tube on tee lateral

Carbon steel

116

DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

Z
58,4
61,3
67,5
74,8
84,7
99,2
116,3
177,7
186,0
233,4

z
24,0
25,5
27,5
30,5
34,0
36,5
42,5
66,0
63,0
75,0

z2
34,4
35,8
40,0
44,3
50,7
62,7
73,8
111,7
123,0
158,4

D
10,5
12,1
14,2
17,1
20,4
26,1
31,9
41,0
46,0
63,0

34,4
35,8
40,0
44,3
50,7
62,7
73,8
111,7
123,0
158,4

Copper
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
64
76,1
88,9
108

z
41,9
46,3
53,0
60,2
75,3
90,8
108,9
225,9
200,2
272,5
268,1

A
7,5
9,0
10,9
13,9
17,4
20,9
26,8
64,0
46,0
78,0
68,0

z2
34,4
37,3
42,1
46,3
57,9
69,9
82,1
161,9
154,2
194,5
200,1

D
12,0
14,0
16,0
19,0
24,0
28,0
34,0
84,0
65,0
100,0
92,0

34,4
37,3
42,1
46,3
57,9
69,9
82,1
161,9
154,2
194,5
200,1

Stainless steel
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

z
66,7
70,5
76,9
87,0
99,3
123,7
144,6
221,9
253,4
303,5

A
10,5
12,1
14,2
17,2
20,5
26,3
31,9
43,0
49,0
61,0

56,2
58,4
62,7
69,8
78,8
97,4
112,7
178,9
204,4
242,5

L-min
z2
b-min
50,0
19,0
56,2
50,0
20,5
58,4
52,0
22,5
62,7
56,0
25,5
69,8
62,0
29,0
78,8
80,0
31,5
97,4
90,0
37,5
112,7
150,0
60,0
178,9
176,0
64,0
204,4
204,0
78,0
242,5

56,6
60,8
65,8
75,7
86,3
107,5
124,5

L-min
z2
b-min
50,0
14,0
56,6
50,0
19,0
60,8
52,0
19,0
65,8
56,0
24,0
75,7
62,0
28,0
86,3
80,0
30,0
107,5
90,0
36,0
124,5

Stainless steel GAS


DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

z
72,6
77,8
87,8
102,7
118,3
149,5
174,5

A
16,0
17,0
22,0
27,0
32,0
42,0
50,0

Providing suitable solutions

117

5
Elbow 45 (2 x press) on tube on tee lateral

Elbow 90 (press x female) on tee lateral

Carbon steel
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

z
70,3
74,0
80,5
90,4
102,7
126,9
148,1
222,7
247,5
304,8

A
10,5
12,1
14,2
17,1
20,4
26,1
31,9
41,0
46,0
63,0

59,8
61,9
66,3
73,3
82,3
100,8
116,2
181,7
201,5
241,8

L-min
z2
b-min
50,0
24,0
59,8
50,0
25,5
61,9
52,0
27,5
66,3
56,0
30,5
73,3
62,0
34,0
82,3
80,0
36,5
100,8
90,0
42,5
116,2
150,0
66,0
181,7
176,0
63,0
201,5
204,0
75,0
241,8

118
Copper
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
64
76,1
88,9
108

z
56,6
60,6
71,1
85,5
98,4
124,2
142,3
260,6
238,9
326,9
325,6

A
7,5
9,0
13,5
19,0
22,0
28,0
32,0
64,0
55,0
78,0
76,0

49,1
51,6
57,6
66,5
76,4
96,2
110,3
196,6
183,9
248,9
249,6

L-min
z2
b-min
50,0
12,0
49,1
50,0
14,0
51,6
52,0
16,0
57,6
56,0
19,0
66,5
62,0
24,0
76,4
80,0
28,0
96,2
90,0
34,0
110,3
130,0
84,0
196,6
140,0
65,0
183,9
174,0
100,0
248,9
185,0
92,0
249,6

Stainless steel
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

M/M-min
z2
67,6
71,9
82,5
91,0
104,9
124,0
148,1
225,0
254,0
316,0

19,0
20,5
22,5
25,5
29,0
31,5
37,5
60,0
64,0
78,0

M/M-min
z2
78,0
91,0
95,0
115,0
120,0
149,0
181,0

14,0
19,0
19,0
24,0
28,0
30,0
36,0

Z
48,6
51,4
60,0
65,5
75,9
92,5
110,6
165,0
190,0
238,0

21,0
25,0
30,0
37,1
45,1
56,1
70,0
95,0
112,0
137,0

Stainless steel GAS


DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Z
64,0
72,0
76,0
91,0
92,0
119,0
145,0

27,0
34,0
40,0
49,0
60,0
82,0
103,0

Providing suitable solutions

119

5
Elbow 90 (press x female) on tee lateral

Elbow 90 (2 x press) on tube on tee lateral

Carbon steel

120

DN
10
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

M/M-min
z2
64,9
72,6
76,9
85,6
96,0
109,9
129,0
153,1
233,0
251,0
310,0

22,5
24,0
25,5
27,5
30,5
34,0
36,5
42,5
66,0
63,0
75,0

Outer
12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
64
76,1
88,9
108

M/M-min
z2
55,5
62,0
67,0
74,0
83,0
106,0
129,0
154,0
279,0
255,0
350,0
351,0

11,0
12,0
14,0
16,0
19,0
24,0
28,0
34,0
84,0
65,0
100,0
92,0

Z
42,4
48,6
51,4
58,1
65,5
75,9
92,5
110,6
167,0
188,0
235,0

18,0
21,0
25,0
30,0
37,0
45,0
56,0
70,0
96,0
110,0
137,0

Copper
DN
10
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Z
44,5
50,0
53,0
58,0
64,0
82,0
101,0
120,0
195,0
190,0
250,0
259,0

14,4
16,0
21,6
27,0
34,0
44,0
52,0
66,0
122,0
98,0
153,0
141,0

Stainless steel
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

M-min
69,0
70,5
74,5
81,5
91,0
111,5
127,5
210,0
240,0
283,0

L-min

z2
50,0
50,0
52,0
56,0
62,0
80,0
90,0
150,0
176,0
205,0

Z
19,0
20,5
22,5
25,5
29,0
31,5
37,5
60,0
64,0
78,0

21,0
25,0
30,0
37,1
45,1
56,1
70,0
95,0
112,0
136,0

Stainless steel GAS


DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

M-min
64,0
69,0
71,0
80,0
90,0
110,0
126,0

L-min
50,0
50,0
52,0
56,0
62,0
80,0
90,0

z2
14,0
19,0
19,0
24,0
28,0
30,0
36,0

Z
27,0
34,0
40,0
49,0
60,0
82,0
103,0

Providing suitable solutions

121

5
Elbow 90 (2 x press) on tube on tee lateral

Elbow 90 (2 x press) on elbow 45


(press x female) offset

Carbon steel

122

DN
10
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

M-min

Outer
12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
64
76,1
88,9
108

M-min

L-min

84,5
95,0
100,5
109,5
123,5
141,0
172,5
202,5
312,0
349,0
416,0

z2
44,0
50,0
50,0
52,0
56,0
62,0
80,0
90,0
150,0
176,0
204,0

Z
22,5
24,0
25,5
27,5
30,5
34,0
36,5
42,5
66,0
63,0
75,0

18,0
21,0
25,0
30,0
37,0
45,0
56,0
70,0
96,0
110,0
137,0

Copper
DN
10
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

55,0
62,0
64,0
68,0
75,0
86,0
108,0
124,0
214,0
205,0
274,0
277,0

L-min

z2
44,0
50,0
50,0
52,0
56,0
62,0
80,0
90,0
130,0
140,0
174,0
185,0

Z
11,0
12,0
14,0
16,0
19,0
24,0
28,0
34,0
84,0
65,0
100,0
92,0

14,4
17,0
21,6
26,0
34,0
42,0
50,4
65,0
122,0
92,0
153,0
135,0

Stainless steel
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

A
51,9
57,0
65,3
75,7
88,7
110,2
132,7
192,9
220,8
266,1

41,4
44,9
51,1
58,5
68,2
83,9
100,8
149,9
171,8
205,1

z 45
b
z
10,5
41,4
12,1
44,9
14,2
51,1
17,2
58,5
20,5
68,2
26,3
83,9
31,9
100,8
43,0
149,9
49,0
171,8
61,0
205,1

21,0
25,0
30,0
37,1
45,1
56,1
70,0
95,0
112,0
136,0

51,6
58,0
64,3
75,0
90,5
116,0
140,7

z 45
b
z
16,0
51,6
17,0
58,0
22,0
64,3
27,0
75,0
28,0
90,5
38,0
116,0
46,0
140,7

27,0
34,0
40,0
49,0
60,0
82,0
103,0

Stainless steel GAS


DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

A
67,6
75,0
86,3
102,0
118,5
154,0
186,7

Providing suitable solutions

123

5
Elbow 90 (2 x press) on elbow 45
(press x female) offset

Elbow 90 (2 x press) on tube on elbow 45


(2 x press) offset

Carbon steel

124

DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

A
52,3
57,0
65,3
75,5
88,5
110,0
132,7
191,6
214,3
273,7

41,8
44,9
51,1
58,4
68,1
83,9
100,8
150,6
168,3
210,7

z 45
b
z
10,5
41,8
12,1
44,9
14,2
51,1
17,1
58,4
20,4
68,1
26,1
83,9
31,9
100,8
41,0
150,6
46,0
168,3
63,0
210,7

21,0
25,0
30,0
37,0
45,0
56,0
70,0
96,0
110,0
137,0

Copper
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
64
76,1
88,9
108

A
45,5
51,7
60,1
70,8
88,0
106,7
130,8
252,8
219,2
309,9
298,5

z 45
38,0
42,7
49,2
56,9
70,6
85,8
104,0
188,8
173,2
231,9
230,5

7,5
9,0
10,9
13,9
17,4
20,9
26,8
64,0
46,0
78,0
68,0

z
38,0
42,7
49,2
56,9
70,6
85,8
104,0
188,8
173,2
231,9
230,5

17,0
21,6
26,0
34,0
42,0
50,4
65,0
122,0
92,0
153,0
135,0

Stainless steel
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

Z-min
A-min
z 45
L-min
z
b-min
68,1
57,6
10,5
50,0
21,0
57,6
73,7
61,6
12,1
50,0
25,0
61,6
82,2
68,0
14,2
52,0
30,0
68,0
95,2
78,0
17,2
56,0
37,1
78,0
110,7
90,2
20,5
62,0
45,1
90,2
141,1
114,8
26,3
80,0
56,1
114,8
167,6
135,7
31,9
90,0
70,0
135,7
246,6
203,6
43,0
150,0
95,0
203,6
287,3
238,3
49,0
176,0
112,0
238,3
345,3
284,3
61,0
205,0
136,0
284,3

Stainless steel GAS


DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Z-min
A-min
z 45
L-min
z
b-min
81,8
65,8
16,0
50,0
27,0
65,8
88,4
71,4
17,0
50,0
34,0
71,4
102,6
80,6
22,0
52,0
40,0
80,6
120,3
93,3
27,0
56,0
49,0
93,3
140,9
108,9
32,0
62,0
60,0
108,9
186,2
144,2
42,0
80,0
82,0
144,2
221,8
171,8
50,0
90,0
103,0
171,8

Providing suitable solutions

125

6.1
Elbow 90 (2 x press) on tube on elbow 45
(2 x press) offset
Carbon steel

126

DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

Z-min
A-min
z 45
L-min
z
b-min
68,1
57,6
10,5
50,0
21,0
57,6
73,7
61,6
12,1
50,0
25,0
61,6
82,2
68,0
14,2
52,0
30,0
68,0
95,0
77,9
17,1
56,0
37,0
77,9
110,5
90,1
20,4
62,0
45,0
90,1
140,7
114,6
26,1
80,0
56,0
114,6
167,6
135,7
31,9
90,0
70,0
135,7
243,9
202,9
41,0
150,0
96,0
202,9
280,8
234,8
46,0
176,0
110,0
234,8
348,7
285,7
63,0
204,0
137,0
285,7

Outer
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
64
76,1
88,9
108

Z-min
A-min
z 45
L-min z
b-min
60,2
52,7
7,5
50,0
17,0
52,7
66,0
57,0
9,0
50,0
21,6
57,0
78,2
64,7
13,5
52,0
26,0
64,7
96,,
77,1
19,0
56,0
34,0
77,1
111,1
89,1
22,0
62,0
42,0
89,1
140,0
112,0
28,0
80,0
50,4
112,0
164,2
132,2
32,0
90,0
65,0
132,2
287,5
223,5
64,0
130,0
122,0
223,5
257,9
202,9
55,0
140,0
92,0
202,9
364,4
286,4
78,0
174,0
153,0
286,4
356,0
280,0
76,0
185,0
135,0
280,0

VSH
6 Product range
127

Copper
DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

6.1 XPress stainless steel

Providing suitable solutions

Stainless steel

6.1

R 2750 Stainless steel tube 1.4401 (AISI 316)

R 2753 Stainless steel tube 1.4520 (AISI 439)

(6m length)

(6m length)
Dimension
15 x 1,0
18 x 1,0
22 x 1,2
28 x 1,2
35 x 1,5
42 x 1,5
54 x 1,5
76,1 x 2,0
88,9 x 2,0
108 x 2,0

DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Article No.
611791.4
611792.5
611793.6
611794.7
611795.8
611796.9
611797.1
611798.0
611799.1
611800.2

Dimension
15 x 1,0
18 x 1,0
22 x 1,2
28 x 1,2
35 x 1,5
42 x 1,5
54 x 1,5

DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Article No.
619300.0
619301.1
619302.2
619303.3
619304.4
619305.5
619306.6

128

129

R 2752 Stainless steel tube 1.4521 (AISI 444)


(6m length)
Dimension
15 x 1,0
18 x 1,0
22 x 1,2
28 x 1,2
35 x 1,5
42 x 1,5
54 x 1,5

DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Article No.
619310.1
619311.0
619312.1
619313.2
619314.3
619315.4
619316.5

Providing suitable solutions

Stainless steel

130

6.1

R 2701 Straight coupling

R 2703 Slip coupling

(2 x press)

(2 x press)

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

Article No.
619094.3
619095.4
619096.5
619097.6
619098.7
619099.8
619100.9
620415.4
620416.5
620417.6

L
50,0
50,0
52,0
56,2
62,3
73,3
83,0
142,0
163,0
192,0

Z
10,0
10,0
10,0
10,2
10,3
13,3
13,0
32,0
37,0
38,0

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

Article No.
619128.4
619129.5
619130.6
619131.7
619132.8
619133.9
619134.1
620428.6
620429.7
620430.8

L
80,0
80,0
84,0
91,2
102,2
120,3
140,0
230,0
258,0
305,0

es
25,0
25,0
25,0
30,0
30,0
40,0
40,0
60,0
70,0
80,0

Providing suitable solutions

131

Stainless steel

132

6.1

R 2708 Elbow 90

R 2711 Elbow 90

(2 x press)

(press x male)

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

Article No.
619020.6
619021.7
619022.8
619023.9
619024.1
619025.0
619026.1
623000.4
623001.5
623002.6

41,0
45,0
51,0
60,1
71,1
86,1
105,0
150,0
175,0
214,0

21,0
25,0
30,0
37,1
45,1
56,1
70,0
95,0
112,0
136,0

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

Article No.
619034.9
619035.1
619036.0
619037.1
619038.2
619039.3
619040.4
623003.7
623004.8
623005.9

L
41,0
45,0
51,0
60,1
71,1
86,1
105,0
150,0
174,0
216,0

Z
21,0
25,0
30,0
37,1
45,1
56,1
70,0
95,0
110,0
138,0

H
48,6
51,4
60,0
65,5
75,9
92,5
110,6
165,0
190,0
238,0

Providing suitable solutions

133

Stainless steel

134

R 2713 Elbow 45

R 2712 Elbow 45

(2 x press)

(press x male)

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

Article No.
619004.1
619005.2
619006.3
619007.4
619008.5
619009.6
619010.7
623006.1
623007.0
623008.1

L
30,5
32,1
35,2
40,2
46,5
56,3
66,9
98,0
112,0
138,0

Z
10,5
12,1
14,2
17,2
20,5
26,3
31,9
43,0
49,0
61,0

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

Article No.
619011.8
619012.9
619013.1
619014.0
619015.1
619016.2
619017.3
623009.2
623010.3
623011.4

6.1

L
30,5
32,1
35,2
40,2
46,5
56,3
66,9
98,0
112,0
138,0

Z
10,5
12,1
14,2
17,2
20,5
26,3
31,9
43,0
49,0
61,0

H
37,5
38,5
42,3
45,6
51,3
62,6
72,5
117,0
131,0
154,0

Providing suitable solutions

135

Stainless steel

136

R 2725 Bend 90

R 2723 Bend 30

(2 x male)

(2 x male)

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
619027.2
619028.3
619029.4
619030.5
619031.6
619032.7
619033.8

h2
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
200,0
250,0
300,0

h2min
58,0
63,0
70,0
80,0
100,0
120,0
145,0

h1
70,0
70,0
72,0
82,0
120,0
150,0
200,0

h1min
58,0
63,0
70,0
80,0
100,0
120,0
145,0

Dimension
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
619002.1
619003.0
619185.6
619186.7

6.1

h2
130,0
214,0
272,0
326,0

h2min
54,0
60,0
69,0
79,0

h1
51,0
80,0
99,0
134,0

h1min
51,0
60,0
69,0
79,0

R 2722 Bend 15
(2 x male)

R 2724 Bend 60
(2 x male)

Dimension
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
619018.4
619019.5
619187.8
619188.9

h2
121,0
203,0
256,0
306,0

h2min
66,0
77,0
90,0
107,0

h1
63,0
97,0
120,0
162,0

h1min
63,0
77,0
90,0
107,0

Dimension
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
619000.8
619001.9
619183.4
619184.5

h2
134,0
222,0
280,0
337,0

h2min
48,0
53,0
59,0
67,0

h1
45,0
73,0
89,0
122,0

h1min
45,0
53,0
59,0
67,0

Providing suitable solutions

137

Stainless steel

138

R 2717 Crossover

R 2714 Tee equal

(2 x male)

(3 x press)

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28

Article No.
619108.6
619109.7
619110.8
619111.9

A
158,0
165,0
178,0
210,0

B
37,0
40,0
44,0
50,0

L
57,0
60,0
65,0
74,0

Dimension
Article No. L1
15 x 15 x 15
619135.0
35,0
18 x 18 x 18
619137.2
36,5
22 x 22 x 22
619140.5
39,5
28 x 28 x 28
619144.9
44,5
35 x 35 x 35
619149.3
51,0
42 x 42 x 42
619153.7
60,0
54 x 54 x 54
619158.1
71,0
76,1 x 76,1 x 76,1 620431.9
116,0
88,9 x 88,9 x 88,9 620432.1
131,0
108 x 108 x 108
620433.0
156,0

6.1

Z1
15,0
16,5
18,5
21,5
25,0
30,0
36,0
61,0
68,0
79,0

L2
39,0
40,5
43,5
48,5
55,0
61,5
72,5
115,0
127,0
155,0

Z2
19,0
20,5
22,5
25,5
29,0
31,5
37,5
60,0
64,0
78,0

Providing suitable solutions

139

Stainless steel

R 2715 Tee reduced


(3 x press)

140

Dimension
18 x 15 x 18
22 x 15 x 22
22 x 18 x 22
28 x 15 x 28
28 x 18 x 28
28 x 22 x 28
35 x 15 x 35
35 x 18 x 35
35 x 22 x 35
35 x 28 x 35
42 x 22 x 42
42 x 28 x 42
42 x 35 x 42
54 x 22 x 54
54 x 28 x 54
54 x 35 x 54
54 x 42 x 54
76,1 x 22 x 76,1
76,1 x 28 x 76,1
76,1 x 35 x 76,1
76,1 x 42 x 76,1
76,1 x 54 x 76,1

Article No. L1
619136.1
36,5
619138.3
39,5
619139.4
39,5
619141.6
44,5
619142.7
44,5
619143.8
44,5
619145.1
51,0
619146.0
51,0
619147.1
51,0
619148.2
51,0
619150.4
60,0
619151.5
60,0
619152.6
60,0
619154.8
71,0
619155.9
71,0
619156.1
71,0
619157.0
71,0
620434.1
116,0
620435.2
116,0
620436.3
116,0
620437.4
116,0
620438.5
116,0

Z1
16,5
18,5
18,5
21,5
21,5
21,5
25,0
25,0
25,0
25,0
30,0
30,0
30,0
36,0
36,0
36,0
36,0
61,0
61,0
61,0
61,0
61,0

L2
40,5
42,5
42,5
45,5
45,5
46,5
49,0
49,0
50,0
52,0
52,5
54,5
57,5
58,5
60,5
63,5
67,5
68,0
71,0
75,0
79,0
80,0

Z2
20,5
22,5
22,5
25,5
25,5
25,5
29,0
29,0
29,0
29,0
31,5
31,5
31,5
37,5
37,5
37,5
37,5
45,0
47,0
48,0
47,0
43,0

Dimension
88,9 x 22 x 88,9
88,9 x 28 x 88,9
88,9 x 35 x 88,9
88,9 x 42 x 88,9
88,9 x 54 x 88,9
88,9 x 76,1 x 88,9
108 x 22 x 108
108 x 28 x 108
108 x 35 x 108
108 x 42 x 108
108 x 54 x 108
108 x 76,1 x 108
108 x 88,9 x 108

6.1
Article No.
620439.6
620440.7
620441.8
620442.9
620443.1
620444.0
620445.1
620446.2
620447.3
620448.4
620449.5
620450.6
620451.7

L1
131,0
131,0
131,0
131,0
131,0
131,0
156,0
156,0
156,0
156,0
156,0
156,0
156,0

Z1
68,0
68,0
68,0
68,0
68,0
68,0
79,0
79,0
79,0
79,0
79,0
79,0
79,0

L2
76,0
76,0
83,0
85,0
93,0
116,0
85,0
88,0
94,0
96,0
102,0
125,0
135,0

Z2
53,0
52,0
56,0
53,0
56,0
61,0
62,0
64,0
67,0
64,0
65,0
70,0
72,0

141

Providing suitable solutions

Stainless steel

142

6.1

R 2718 Tee threaded

R 2707 Reducer

(press x female thread x press)

(male x press)

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2 x 15
18 x Rp1/2 x 18
18 x Rp3/4 x 18
22 x Rp1/2 x 22
22 x Rp3/4 x 22
28 x Rp1/2 x 28
28 x Rp3/4 x 28
28 x Rp1 x 28
35 x Rp1/2 x 35
35 x Rp3/4 x 35
35 x Rp1 x 35
42 x Rp1/2 x 42
42 x Rp3/4 x 42
42 x Rp1 x 42
54 x Rp1/2 x 54
54 x Rp3/4 x 54
54 x Rp1 x 54
54 x Rp2 x 54
76,1 x Rp3/4 x 76,1
76,1 x Rp2 x 76,1
88,9 x Rp3/4 x 88,9
88,9 x Rp2 x 88,9
108 x Rp3/4 x 108
108 x Rp2 x 108

Article No. L1
619159.2
35,0
619160.3
36,5
619161.4
36,5
619162.5
39,5
619163.6
39,5
619164.7
44,5
619165.8
44,5
619859.9
44,5
619166.9
51,0
619167.1
51,0
619860.1
51,0
619168.0
60,0
619169.1
60,0
619861.0
60,0
619170.2
71,0
619172.4
71,0
619862.1
71,0
619171.3
71,0
620452.8
116,0
620455.0
116,0
620453.9
131,0
620456.1
131,0
620454.1
156,0
620457.2
156,0

Z1
15,0
16,5
16,5
18,5
18,5
21,5
21,5
21,5
25,0
25,0
25,0
30,0
30,0
30,0
36,0
36,0
36,0
36,0
55,0
55,0
63,0
63,0
77,0
77,0

L2
34,3
35,0
37,0
37,0
39,0
40,0
42,0
46,0
43,5
45,5
50,0
46,0
48,0
52,5
52,0
54,0
58,0
64,7
68,0
81,0
87,0
88,0
86,0
98,0

Z2
24,3
25,0
26,0
27,0
28,0
30,0
31,0
27,5
33,5
34,5
31,0
36,0
37,0
33,5
42,0
43,0
38,0
46,7
55,0
59,0
74,0
66,0
73,0
76,0

Dimension
18 x 15
22 x 15
22 x 18
28 x 15
28 x 18
28 x 22
35 x 15
35 x 18
35 x 22
35 x 28
42 x 15
42 x 18
42 x 22
42 x 28
42 x 35
54 x 15
54 x 18
54 x 22
54 x 28
54 x 35
54 x 42
76,1 x 42
76,1 x 54
88,9 x 54
88,9 x 76,1
108 x 54
108 x 76,1
108 x 88,9

Article No.
619112.1
619113.0
619114.1
619115.2
619116.3
619117.4
619222.1
619118.5
619119.6
619120.7
619223.0
619224.1
619121.8
619122.9
619123.1
619225.2
619226.3
619124.0
619125.1
619126.2
619127.3
620421.1
620422.0
620423.1
620424.2
620425.3
620426.4
620427.5

Z
50,7
58,8
57,0
65,0
63,0
61,2
78,5
77,0
69,0
68,1
87,0
85,5
84,5
77,9
77,6
99,0
97,5
96,5
95,5
94,6
95,1
151,0
140,0
156,0
156,0
204,0
196,0
196,0

30,7
38,8
37,0
45,0
43,0
40,2
58,5
57,0
48,0
45,1
67,0
65,5
63,5
54,9
51,6
79,0
77,5
75,5
72,5
68,6
65,1
119,0
103,0
119,0
101,0
167,0
141,0
127,0
Providing suitable solutions

143

Stainless steel

144

6.1

R 2705 Straight connector

R 2702 Straight connector

(press x male thread)

(press x female thread)

Dimension
15 x R1/2
15 x R3/4
18 x R1/2
18 x R3/4
22 x R1/2
22 x R3/4
22 x R1
28 x R3/4
28 x R1
28 x R1 1/4
35 x R1
35 x R1 1/4
35 x R1 1/2
42 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/2
54 x R1 1/2
54 x R2
76,1 x R2 1/2
88,9 x R3

Article No.
619058.0
619059.1
619060.2
619061.3
619063.5
619064.6
619062.4
619067.9
619065.7
619066.8
619068.1
619070.1
619069.0
619072.3
619071.2
619073.4
619074.5
620475.9
620476.1

L
38,0
41,0
38,0
41,0
42,0
43,3
48,5
45,2
48,0
51,5
52,7
55,0
56,0
59,0
59,0
64,7
69,0
125,0
138,0

Z
18,0
21,0
18,0
21,0
21,0
22,3
27,5
22,2
25,0
28,5
26,7
29,0
30,0
29,0
29,0
29,7
34,0
70,0
75,0

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2
15 x Rp3/4
18 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp1
28 x Rp1/2
28 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1
28 x Rp1 1/4
35 x Rp1
35 x Rp1 1/4
35 x Rp1 1/2
42 x Rp1 1/4
42 x Rp1 1/2
54 x Rp1 1/2
54 x Rp2

Article No.
619041.5
619042.6
619043.7
619044.8
619046.1
619047.0
619045.9
619330.8
619050.3
619048.1
619049.2
619051.4
619053.6
619052.5
619055.8
619054.7
619056.9
619057.1

L
37,3
39,2
37,0
38,0
36,5
39,5
43,6
38,0
40,0
44,6
47,0
46,0
50,0
50,0
52,0
54,0
58,0
63,0

Z
7,3
8,2
7,0
7,0
5,5
7,5
9,6
4,5
6,0
8,6
9,0
7,0
9,0
10,0
3,0
10,0
9,0
10,0

Providing suitable solutions

145

Stainless steel

146

6.1

R 2728 Angle adapter 90

R 2709 Angle adapter 90

(press x male thread)

(press x female thread)

Dimension
15 x R1/2
18 x R1/2
22 x R3/4
28 x R1
35 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/2
54 x R2

Article No.
619087.7
619088.8
619089.9
619090.1
619091.0
619092.1
619093.2

L2
43,0
43,5
48,5
53,0
60,0
69,0
82,0

Z
23,0
23,5
27,5
30,0
34,0
39,0
47,0

L1
30,5
31,5
38,5
46,0
52,0
58,0
68,0

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1/2
28 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1
35 x Rp1/2
35 x Rp3/4
35 x Rp1
35 x Rp1 1/4

Article No.
619082.2
619083.3
619845.6
619084.4
619846.7
619847.8
619085.5
619848.9
619849.1
619850.0
619086.6

L2
43,5
43,5
45,0
48,5
47,5
50,5
54,5
56,0
57,5
58,0
62,0

Z2
23,5
23,5
24,0
27,5
24,5
27,5
31,5
30,0
31,5
32,0
36,0

L1
28,2
28,2
31,0
33,0
35,0
35,0
37,0
35,0
37,0
40,5
42,2

Z1
13,2
13,2
16,0
17,0
16,0
18,5
17,5
20,0
21,0
21,0
20,5

Providing suitable solutions

147

Stainless steel

148

R 2710 Angle adapter 90

R 2735 Straight union

(male x female thread)

(press x male thread)

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2

Article No.
619227.4

L2
44,0

Z2
24,0

L1
28,2

R 2704 Coupling with nut


(press x female thread)

Dimension
15 x G3/4
18 x G3/4
22 x G1
28 x G1 1/4
35 x G1 1/2
42 x G1 3/4
54 x G2 3/8

Article No.
619173.5
619174.6
619175.7
619176.8
619177.9
619178.1
619179.0

L
31,0
31,0
32,0
33,0
36,0
43,0
50,0

Z1
13,2

Dimension
15 x R1/2
15 x R3/4
18 x R1/2
18 x R3/4
22 x R1/2
22 x R3/4
22 x R1
28 x R1
35 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/2
54 x R2

Article No.
619212.0
619213.1
619214.2
619215.3
619216.4
619217.5
619218.6
619219.7
619220.8
619221.9
619229.6

6.1

L
61,8
64,7
61,8
64,7
63,0
68,5
71,8
72,8
78,2
85,4
100,0

Z
41,8
44,7
41,8
44,7
42,0
47,5
50,8
49,8
52,2
55,4
65,0

Z
11,0
11,0
11,0
10,0
10,0
13,0
15,0

Providing suitable solutions

149

Stainless steel

150

6.1

R 2738 Straight union

R 2716 Wallplate 90

(press x female thread)

(press x female thread)

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2
15 x Rp3/4
18 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp1
28 x Rp1
35 x Rp1 1/4
42 x Rp1 1/2
54 x Rp2

Article No.
619202.1
619203.2
619204.3
619205.4
619206.5
619207.6
619208.7
619209.8
619210.9
619211.1

L
57,0
60,0
57,0
60,0
63,0
65,8
65,0
73,0
82,0
91,0

Z
22,0
23,5
22,0
23,5
25,5
25,3
22,5
25,3
30,0
30,0

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4

Article No.
619180.1
619181.2
619182.3

D
5,0
5,0
5,5

L1
45,0
44,5
48,5

Z1
25,0
24,5
27,5

A
34
34
40

Z2
13,2
13,2
16,7

C
41,2
44,2
52,0

L1
45,0
44,5
48,5

Z1
25,0
24,5
27,5

A
40
40
40

Z2
13,2
13,2
16,7

C
63,2
63,2
64,0

R 2737 Wallplate 90 long


(press x female thread)

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4

Article No.
619199.9
619200.1
619201.0

D
5,0
5,0
5,5

Providing suitable solutions

151

Stainless steel

152

R 2719 Wallplate 90

R 2729 Stop end

(2 x press x female thread)

(1 x press)

Dimension
Article No.
15 x Rp1/2 x 15 619228.5

D
5,0

L1
Z1
A
Z2
C
C2
L2
35,0 15,0 34,0 14,0 28,2 41,2 31,0

R 2726 Flanged connector PN 10/16


(1 x press)

Dim.
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

Article No.
619075.6
619076.7
619077.8
619078.9
619079.1
619080.0
619081.1
620412.1
620413.2
620414.3

Z
34,0
40,0
42,5
48,0
53,0
61,0
77,0
71,0
84,0
90,0

D
95,0
95,0
105,0
115,0
140,0
150,0
165,0
185,0
200,0
220,0

H
54,0
60,0
63,5
71,0
79,0
91,0
112,0
126,0
147,0
167,0

K
65,0
65,0
75,0
85,0
100,0
110,0
125,0
145,0
160,0
180,0

B
11,0
11,0
12,0
14,0
15,0
16,0
18,0
18,0
20,0
20,0

D2
14,0
14,0
14,0
14,0
18,0
18,0
18,0
18,0
18,0
18,0

Dimension
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

Article No.
619101.1
619102.0
619103.1
619104.2
619105.3
619106.4
619107.5
620418.7
620419.8
620420.9

6.1

Z
22,9
22,9
24,1
26,1
29,1
36,6
41,6
95,0
107,0
127,0

2,9
2,9
3,1
3,1
3,1
6,6
6,6
40,0
44,0
50,0

Holes
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
8
8
Providing suitable solutions

153

Stainless steel

154

6.1

R 2736 Coupling

R 2748 Transition for grooved couplings

(press x flat seal)

(press x groove)

Dimension
15 x 1 1/8
15 x 1 1/2
18 x 1 1/4
18 x 1 1/2
22 x 1 1/4
22 x 1 1/2
28 x 1 1/2
35 x 2
42 x 2 1/4
54 x 2 3/4

Article No.
619189.1
619190.0
619191.1
619192.2
619193.3
619194.4
619195.5
619196.6
619197.7
619198.8

L
30,0
30,0
29,0
29,0
28,0
28,0
30,5
33,0
37,0
44,0

Z
10,0
10,0
9,0
9,0
7,0
7,0
7,5
7,0
7,0
9,0

B
34,0
44,4
38,8
44,4
38,8
44,4
44,4
56,0
62,0
77,6

Dimensions
28 x 33,7
35 x 42,4
42 x 48,3
54 x 60,3
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 114

Article no.
619855.5
619856.6
619857.7
619858.8
619331.9
619332.1
619333.0

L
72,5
81,0
86,0
96,5
90,0
100,0
110,0

33,7
42,4
48,3
60,3
76,1
88,9
114,4

26,0
26,0
26,0
26,0
36,0
36,0
36,0

Providing suitable solutions

155

Stainless steel

156

6.1

R 2749 Slip coupling

R 2756 Axial compensator

(press x female thread)

(male x male)

Dimensions
22 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1/2
28 x Rp3/4

Article no.
619851.1
619852.2
619853.3
619854.4

A
92,0
97,0
94,0
93,0

B
25,0
25,0
30,0
30,0

C
15,0
16,0
15,0
16,0

L
40,0
40,0
40,0
40,0

D
24,0
27,0
36,5
44,0
50,0
60,0
54,0

Dimensions
76,1
88,9
108

Article no.
619837.9
619838.1
619839.0

L0
275,0
289,0
345,0

D
96,0
115,0
140,0

s
2,0
2,0
2,0

L
115,0
109,0
125,0

R 2747 Axial compensator


(press x press)

Dimensions
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Article no.
619830.2
619831.3
619832.4
619833.5
619834.6
619835.7
619836.8

L0
110,0
106,0
120,0
130,0
140,0
153,0
180,0

1,0
1,0
1,2
1,2
1,5
1,5
1,5

60,0
57,0
70,0
76,0
78,0
81,0
100,0
Providing suitable solutions

157

Stainless steel

6.1

C 1451 O-ring standard leak before pressed (LBP)

R 2764 O-ring special leak before pressed (LBP)

(black, EPDM) for carbon steel and stainless steel

(green, Viton FPM) for carbon steel and stainless steel

Dimension
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Article No.
622221.6
622222.7
622223.8
622224.9
622225.1
622226.0
622227.1

158

Dimension
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Article No.
611940.1
611941.0
611942.1
611943.2
611944.3
611945.4
611946.5

159

R 2761 O-ring special


R 2760 O-ring standard

(green, Viton FPM) for carbon steel and stainless steel

(black, EPDM) for carbon steel and stainless steel


Dimension
76,1
88,9
108

Article No.
620801.5
620802.6
620803.7

Dimension
76,1
88,9
108

Article No.
611937.7
611938.8
611939.9

R 2763 O-ring special leak before pressed (LBP)


(grey, Viton FPM) for stainless steel
Dimension
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Article No.
611978.4
611979.5
611980.6
611981.7
611982.8
611983.9
611984.1

Providing suitable solutions

Stainless steel

6.1
6.2

VSH
6 Product range
160

161

6.2 XPress stainless steel


GAS

Providing suitable solutions

Stainless steel GAS

R 2750 Stainless steel tube 1.4401


(6m length)

Dimension
15 x 1,0
18 x 1,0
22 x 1,2
28 x 1,2
35 x 1,5
42 x 1,5
54 x 1,5
76,1 x 2,0
88,9 x 2,0
108 x 2,0

DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

R 2703G Slip coupling


Article No.
611791.4
611792.5
611793.6
611794.7
611795.8
611796.9
611797.1
611798.0
611799.1
611800.2

R 2701G Straight coupling


(2 x press)

Article No.
621000.6
621001.7
621002.8
621003.9
621004.1
621005.0
621006.1

(2 x press)

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

162

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

L
52,0
53,0
56,0
62,0
71,0
78,0
90,0

6.2

Article No.
621010.5
621011.6
621012.7
621013.8
621014.9
621015.1
621016.0

L
74,0
78,0
82,0
92,0
99,0
114,0
138,0

es
25,0
25,0
25,0
30,0
30,0
40,0
40,0

Z
12,0
13,0
14,0
16,0
19,0
18,0
20,0

Providing suitable solutions

163

Stainless steel GAS

164

R 2708G Elbow 90

R 2711G Elbow 90

(2 x press)

(press x male)

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
621017.1
621018.2
621019.3
621020.4
621021.5
621022.6
621023.7

L
47,0
54,0
61,0
72,0
86,0
112,0
138,0

Z
27,0
34,0
40,0
49,0
60,0
82,0
103,0

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
621027.0
621028.1
621029.2
621030.3
621031.4
621032.5
621033.6

6.2

L
47,0
54,0
61,0
72,0
86,0
112,0
138,0

Z
27,0
34,0
40,0
49,0
60,0
82,0
103,0

H
64,0
72,0
76,0
91,0
92,0
119,0
145,0

Providing suitable solutions

165

Stainless steel GAS

166

R 2713G Elbow 45

R 2712G Elbow 45

(2 x press)

(press x male)

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
621037.1
621038.0
621039.1
621040.2
621041.3
621042.4
621043.5

Z
36,0
37,0
43,0
50,0
58,0
72,0
85,0

16,0
17,0
22,0
27,0
32,0
42,0
50,0

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
621047.9
621048.1
621049.0
621050.1
621051.2
621052.3
621053.4

6.2

L
36,0
37,0
43,0
50,0
54,0
68,0
81,0

Z
16,0
17,0
22,0
27,0
28,0
38,0
46,0

H
46,0
48,0
51,0
57,0
68,0
82,0
96,0

Providing suitable solutions

167

Stainless steel GAS

168

R 2714G Tee equal

R 2715G Tee reduced

(3 x press)

(3 x press)

Dimension
15 x 15 x 15
18 x 18 x 18
22 x 22 x 22
28 x 28 x 28
35 x 35 x 35
42 x 42 x 42
54 x 54 x 54

Article No. L1
621078.7
37,0
621079.8
39,0
621080.9
41,5
621081.1
46,0
621082.0
50,5
621083.1
59,0
621084.2
71,0

Z1
17,0
19,0
20,5
23,0
24,5
29,0
36,0

L2
34,0
39,0
40,0
47,0
54,0
60,0
71,0

Z2
14,0
19,0
19,0
24,0
28,0
30,0
36,0

Dimension
18 x 15 x 18
22 x 15 x 22
22 x 18 x 22
28 x 15 x 28
28 x 18 x 28
28 x 22 x 28
35 x 15 x 35
35 x 18 x 35
35 x 22 x 35
35 x 28 x 35
42 x 22 x 42
42 x 28 x 42
42 x 35 x 42
54 x 22 x 54
54 x 28 x 54
54 x 35 x 54
54 x 42 x 54

Article No. L1
621088.6
39,0
621089.7
41,0
621090.8
41,5
621091.9
46,0
621092.1
46,0
621093.0
46,0
621094.1
50,0
621095.2
50,5
621096.3
50,0
621097.4
51,0
621098.5
59,0
621099.6
59,0
621100.7
59,0
621101.8
71,0
621102.9
71,0
621103.1
71,0
621104.0
71,0

6.2

Z1
19,0
20,0
20,5
23,0
23,0
23,0
24,0
24,5
24,0
25,0
29,0
29,0
29,0
36,0
36,0
36,0
36,0

L2
35,0
36,0
38,0
42,0
42,0
45,0
43,0
44,0
47,0
49,0
50,0
53,0
57,0
56,0
59,0
64,0
68,0

Z2
15,0
16,0
18,0
22,0
22,0
24,0
23,0
24,0
26,0
26,0
29,0
30,0
31,0
35,0
36,0
38,0
38,0

Providing suitable solutions

169

Stainless steel GAS

170

R 2718G Tee threaded

R 2707G Reducer

(press x female thread x press)

(male x press)

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2 x 15
18 x Rp1/2 x 18
18 x Rp3/4 x 18
22 x Rp1/2 x 22
22 x Rp3/4 x 22
28 x Rp1/2 x 28
28 x Rp3/4 x 28
35 x Rp1/2 x 35
35 x Rp3/4 x 35
42 x Rp1/2 x 42
54 x Rp3/4 x 54
54 x Rp1/2 x 54
54 x Rp2 x 54

Article No. L1
621105.1
37,0
621106.2
39,0
621107.3
39,0
621108.4
41,0
621109.5
41,5
621110.6
46,0
621111.7
46,0
621112.8
50,0
621113.9
50,0
621114.1
59,0
621116.1
71,0
621115.0
69,0
621117.2
71,5

Z1
17,0
19,0
19,0
20,0
20,5
23,0
23,0
24,0
24,0
29,0
36,0
34,0
36,5

L2
37,0
38,0
42,7
41,0
41,0
44,0
45,0
47,0
48,0
46,0
58,0
54,0
70,0

Z2
22,0
23,0
26,4
26,0
24,7
29,0
28,7
32,0
31,7
31,0
41,7
39,0
44,3

Dimension
18 x 15
22 x 15
22 x 18
28 x 15
28 x 18
28 x 22
35 x 22
35 x 28
42 x 28
42 x 35
54 x 28
54 x 35
54 x 42

Article No.
621059.1
621060.0
621061.1
621062.2
621063.3
621064.4
621065.5
621066.6
621067.7
621068.8
621069.9
621070.1
621071.0

6.2

L
57,0
60,0
57,0
73,0
77,0
68,0
83,0
74,0
100,0
89,0
100,0
127,0
102,0

Z
37,0
40,0
37,0
53,0
57,0
47,0
62,0
51,0
77,0
63,0
77,0
101,0
72,0

d1
18
22
22
28
28
28
35
35
42
42
54
54
54

d2
15
15
18
15
18
22
22
28
28
35
28
35
42

Providing suitable solutions

171

Stainless steel GAS

172

R 2705G Straight connector

R 2702G Straight connector

(press x male thread)

(press x female thread)

Dimension
15 x R1/2
18 x R1/2
22 x R1/2
22 x R1
22 x R3/4
28 x R1
35 x R1
35 x R1 1/4
35 x R1 1/2
42 x R1 1/2
54 x R2

Article No.
621123.8
621124.9
621125.1
621127.1
621126.0
621128.2
621130.4
621129.3
621131.5
621132.6
621133.7

Z
52,0
52,0
67,0
72,0
57,0
62,0
83,0
69,0
84,0
74,0
86,0

32,0
32,0
46,0
51,0
36,0
39,0
57,0
43,0
58,0
44,0
51,0

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp1
28 x Rp1
35 x Rp1
35 x Rp1 1/4
42 x Rp1 1/2
54 x Rp2

Article No.
621134.8
621135.9
621136.1
621137.0
621138.1
621139.2
621141.4
621140.3
621142.5
621144.7

6.2

L
53,0
51,0
52,0
62,0
84,0
67,0
88,0
71,0
73,0
85,0

Z
18,0
16,0
16,0
24,7
44,0
25,0
43,0
23,6
21,6
24,3

Providing suitable solutions

173

Stainless steel GAS

174

6.2

R 2728G Angle adapter 90

R 2741G Valve connector

(press x male thread)

(press x female thread)

Dimension
15 x R1/2
18 x R1/2
22 x R3/4
28 x R1
35 x R1 1/4

Article No.
621145.8
621146.9
621147.1
621148.0
621149.1

L2
56,0
56,0
59,0
65,0
71,0

Z
36,0
36,0
38,0
42,0
45,0

L1
37,0
37,0
39,0
44,0
49,0

Dimension
15 x G7/8
22 x G1 1/8
28 x G1 3/8

Article No.
621180.1
621158.1
621159.0

R 2709G Angle adapter 90

R 2716G Wallplate 90

(press x female thread)

(press x female thread)

Dimension
Article No.
15 x Rp1/2
621150.2
18 x Rp1/2
621151.3
22 x Rp3/4
621152.4
28 x Rp1
621153.5
35 x Rp1 1/4 621154.6

L2
56,0
56,0
59,0
65,0
71,0

Z2
36,0
36,0
38,0
42,0
45,0

L1
37,0
39,0
46,0
54,0
63,0

Z1
22,0
24,0
29,7
35,0
41,6

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4

Article No.
621155.7
621156.8
621157.9

D
5,0
5,0
6,0

L
33,0
42,0
45,0

L1
49,0
49,0
53,0

Z1
29,0
29,0
32,0

175

9,0
16,0
17,0

A
34,0
34,0
40,0

Z2
15,0
15,0
17,7

C
43,0
43,0
51,0

Providing suitable solutions

Stainless steel GAS

176

6.2

R 2729G Stop end

R 2726G Flanged connector PN10/16

(1 x press)

(1 x press)

Dimension
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Article No.
621205.2
621206.3
621207.4
621208.5
621209.6
621210.7
621211.8

L
37,0
39,0
41,0
46,0
51,0
60,0
71,0

Z
17,0
19,0
20,0
23,0
25,0
30,0
36,0

Dim.
22
28
35
42
54

Article No. Z
621160.1
42,5
621161.2
48,0
621162.3
53,0
621163.4
61,0
621164.5
77,0

D
105,0
115,0
140,0
150,0
165,0

H
63,5
71,0
79,0
91,0
112,0

K
75,0
85,0
100,0
110,0
125,0

B
12,0
14,0
15,0
16,0
18,0

D2
14,0
14,0
18,0
18,0
18,0

Holes
4
4
4
4
4

R 2742G Flange seal for stainless steel GAS


(yellow, NBR) for stainless steel GAS
Dimension
22
28
35
42
54

Article No.
621168.9
621169.1
621170.0
621171.1
621172.2

Providing suitable solutions

177

Stainless steel GAS

6.2
6.3

R 2755G O-ring Standard


(yellow, HNBR) for stainless steel GAS
Dimension
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Article No.
621191.1
621192.0
621193.1
621194.2
621195.3
621196.4
621197.5

VSH
6 Product range

178

179

6.3 XPress carbon steel

Al rights reserved

Providing suitable solutions

Carbon steel

180

6.3

C 1459 Galvanized steel tube

C 1460 PP-Galvanized steel tube

(6m length)

(6m length) polypropylene coated

Dimension
12 x 1,2
15 x 1,2
18 x 1,2
22 x 1,5
28 x 1,5
35 x 1,5
42 x 1,5
54 x 1,5
76,1 x 2,0
88,9 x 2,0
108 x 2,0

DN
10
12
15
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Article No.
620459.4
620460.5
620461.6
620462.7
620463.8
620464.9
620465.1
620466.0
620480.3
620481.4
620482.5

Dimension
15 x 1,2
18 x 1,2
22 x 1,5
28 x 1,5
35 x 1,5
42 x 1,5
54 x 1,5

DN
12
15
20
25
32
40
50

Article No.
620468.2
620469.3
620470.4
620471.5
620472.6
620473.7
620474.8

Providing suitable solutions

181

Carbon steel

182

6.3

C 1461 VSH Press Sprinkler Galvanized tube

C 1401 Straight coupling

(6m length)

(2 x press)

Dimensions
22 x 1,5
28 x 1,5
35 x 1,5
42 x 1,5
54 x 1,5
76,1 x 2,0
88,9 x 2,0
108 x 2,0

DN
20
25
32
40
50
65
80
100

Article no.
624111.4
624112.5
624113.6
624114.7
624115.8
624137.8
624138.9
624139.1

Dimension
12 x 12
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

Article No.
620135.1
620136.0
620137.1
620138.2
620139.3
620140.4
620141.5
620142.6
620620.0
620621.1
620622.2

L
47,0
53,0
53,0
55,0
59,0
65,0
76,0
86,0
142,0
160,0
199,0

Z
13,0
13,0
13,0
13,0
13,0
13,0
16,0
16,0
28,0
34,0
41,0

Providing suitable solutions

183

Carbon steel

184

6.3

C 1403 Slip coupling

C 1432 Combination tube press

(2 x press)

(ungalvanized, 2 x male)

Dimension
12 x 12
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

Article No.
620143.7
620144.8
620145.9
620146.1
620147.0
620148.1
620149.2
620150.3
620623.3
620624.4
620625.5

L
67,0
80,0
80,0
84,0
91,0
102,0
120,0
140,0
230,0
262,0
304,0

es
25,0
25,0
25,0
25,0
30,0
30,0
40,0
40,0
60,0
70,0
80,0

Dimension
17 x 15
20 x 18
24 x 22
31 x 28
38 x 35
44,5 x 42
57 x 54
80,5 x 76,1
94,9 x 88,9
114 x 108

Article No.
620781.7
620782.8
620716.8
620717.9
620151.4
620152.5
620153.6
620653.0
620654.1
620655.2

L
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
230,0
230,0
230,0

After welding a protective coating is required against corrosion!

Providing suitable solutions

185

Carbon steel

186

C 1408 Elbow 90

C 1411 Elbow 90

(2 x press)

(press x male)

Dimension
12 x 12
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

Article No.
620154.7
620155.8
620156.9
620157.1
620158.0
620159.1
620160.2
620161.3
620800.4
620804.8
620805.9

L
35,0
41,0
45,0
51,0
60,0
71,0
86,0
105,0
150,0
174,0
215,0

Z
18,0
21,0
25,0
30,0
37,0
45,0
56,0
70,0
95,0
111,0
139,0

Dimension
12 x 12
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

Article No.
620162.4
620163.5
620164.6
620165.7
620166.8
620167.9
620168.1
620169.0
620806.1
620807.0
620808.1

6.3

35,0
41,0
45,0
51,0
60,0
71,0
86,0
105,0
149,0
172,0
198,0

18,0
21,0
25,0
30,0
37,0
45,0
56,0
70,0
94,0
109,0
122,0

42,4
48,6
51,4
58,1
65,5
75,9
92,5
110,6
166,0
190,0
230,0

Providing suitable solutions

187

Carbon steel

188

C 1413 Elbow 45

C 1412 Elbow 45

(2 x press)

(press x male)

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

Article No.
620170.1
620171.2
620172.3
620173.4
620174.5
620175.6
620176.7
620809.2
620810.3
620811.4

L
30,5
32,1
35,2
40,1
46,4
56,1
66,9
98,0
113,0
138,0

Z
10,5
12,1
14,2
17,1
20,4
26,1
31,9
43,0
50,0
62,0

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

Article No.
620177.8
620178.9
620179.1
620180.0
620181.1
620182.2
620183.3
620812.5
620813.6
620814.7

6.3

Z
30,5
32,1
35,2
40,1
46,4
56,1
66,9
96,0
110,0
137,0

h
10,5
12,1
14,2
17,1
20,4
26,1
31,9
41,0
47,0
61,0

38,1
38,5
42,3
45,6
51,3
62,6
72,5
119,0
130,0
160,0

Providing suitable solutions

189

Carbon steel

190

C 1425 Bend 90

C 1417 Crossover

(2 x male)

(2 x male)

Dimension
12 x 12
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
620184.4
620185.5
620186.6
620187.7
620188.8
620189.9
620190.1
620191.0

h1
70,0
70,0
70,0
72,0
82,0
120,0
150,0
200,0

h1min
58,0
58,0
63,0
70,0
80,0
100,0
120,0
145,0

h2
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
200,0
250,0
300,0

h2min
58,0
58,0
63,0
70,0
80,0
100,0
120,0
145,0

Dimension
12 x 12
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28

Article No.
620192.1
620193.2
620194.3
620195.4
620196.5

6.3

L
54,0
54,0
59,5
64,5
75,0

A
155,0
155,0
167,0
177,0
215,0

B
31,0
31,0
34,0
37,0
43,0

191

C 1416 Tee reduced


(3 x press)

Dimension
22 x 15 x 15
22 x 22 x 15

Article No.
620673.9
620674.1

L1
39,5
39,5

Z1
18,5
18,5

L2
47,5
48,5

Z2
27,5
27,5

L3
46,5
48,5

Z3
26,5
28,5

Providing suitable solutions

Carbon steel

192

C 1414 Tee equal

C 1415 Tee reduced

(3 x press)

(3 x press)

Dimension
12 x 12 x 12
15 x 15 x 15
18 x 18 x 18
22 x 22 x 22
28 x 28 x 28
35 x 35 x 35
42 x 42 x 42
54 x 54 x 54
76,1 x 76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108 x 108

Article No.
620248.2
620249.3
620250.4
620251.5
620252.6
620253.7
620254.8
620255.9
620644.2
620645.3
620646.4

L1
30,5
35,0
36,5
39,5
44,5
51,0
60,0
71,0
116,0
131,0
152,0

Z1
13,5
15,0
16,5
18,5
21,5
25,0
30,0
36,0
61,0
68,0
78,0

L2
39,5
44,0
45,5
48,5
53,5
60,0
66,5
77,5
121,0
126,0
152,0

Z2
22,5
24,0
25,5
27,5
30,5
34,0
36,5
42,5
61,0
63,0
74,0

Dimension
12 x 15 x 12
15 x 12 x 15
15 x 18 x 15
15 x 22 x 15
18 x 12 x 18
18 x 15 x 18
18 x 22 x 18
22 x 12 x 22
22 x 15 x 22
22 x 18 x 22
22 x 28 x 22
28 x 15 x 28
28 x 18 x 28
28 x 22 x 28
35 x 15 x 35
35 x 18 x 35
35 x 22 x 35
35 x 28 x 35
42 x 22 x 42
42 x 28 x 42
42 x 35 x 42
54 x 22 x 54
54 x 28 x 54
54 x 35 x 54
54 x 42 x 54
76,1 x 22 x 76,1
76,1 x 28 x 76,1

Article No. L1
620276.8
30,5
620256.1
35,0
620277.9
35,0
620278.1
35,0
620257.0
36,5
620258.1
36,5
620279.0
36,5
620259.2
39,5
620260.3
39,5
620261.4
39,5
620280.1
39,5
620262.5
44,5
620263.6
44,5
620264.7
44,5
620265.8
51,0
620266.9
51,0
620267.1
51,0
620268.0
51,0
620269.1
60,0
620270.2
60,0
620271.3
60,0
620272.4
71,0
620273.5
71,0
620274.6
71,0
620275.7
71,0
620704.7 116,0
620705.8 116,0

6.3

Z1
13,5
15,0
15,0
15,0
16,5
16,5
16,5
18,5
18,5
18,5
18,5
21,5
21,5
21,5
25,0
25,0
25,0
25,0
30,0
30,0
30,0
36,0
36,0
36,0
36,0
61,0
61,0

L2
42,5
41,0
44,0
47,5
42,5
45,5
47,0
44,5
47,5
47,5
52,0
50,5
50,5
51,5
54,0
54,0
55,0
57,0
57,5
59,5
62,5
63,5
65,5
68,5
72,5
68,0
71,0

Z2
22,5
24,0
24,0
26,5
25,5
25,5
26,0
27,5
27,5
27,5
29,0
30,5
30,5
30,5
34,0
34,0
34,0
34,0
36,5
36,5
36,5
42,5
42,5
42,5
42,5
45,0
47,0

Providing suitable solutions

193

Carbon steel

194

6.3

C 1415 Tee reduced (continued)

C 1418 Tee threaded

(3 x press)

(press x female thread x press)

Dimension
76,1 x 35 x 76,1
76,1 x 42 x 76,1
76,1 x 54 x 76,1
88,9 x 22 x 88,9
88,9 x 28 x 88,9
88,9 x 35 x 88,9
88,9 x 42 x 88,9
88,9 x 54 x 88,9
88,9 x 76,1 x 88,9
108 x 22 x 108
108 x 28 x 108
108 x 35 x 108
108 x 42 x 108
108 x 54 x 108
108 x 76,1 x 108
108 x 88,9 x 108

Article No.
620706.9
620707.1
620647.5
620965.4
620966.5
620967.6
620968.7
620969.8
620648.6
620971.1
620972.0
620973.1
620974.2
620975.3
620976.4
620649.7

L1
116,0
116,0
116,0
131,0
131,0
131,0
131,0
131,0
131,0
156,0
156,0
156,0
156,0
156,0
156,0
156,0

Z1
61,0
61,0
61,0
68,0
68,0
68,0
68,0
68,0
68,0
78,0
78,0
78,0
78,0
78,0
78,0
78,0

L2
75,0
79,0
80,0
76,0
75,5
83,0
85,0
92,5
128,0
85,0
87,5
93,5
96,0
102,0
125,0
135,0

Z2
48,0
47,0
43,0
53,0
51,5
56,5
53,0
55,5
73,0
62,0
63,5
66,0
64,0
65,0
70,0
72,0

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2 x 15
18 x Rp1/2 x 18
18 x Rp3/4 x 18
22 x Rp1/2 x 22
22 x Rp3/4 x 22
28 x Rp1/2 x 28
28 x Rp3/4 x 28
28 x Rp1 x 28
35 x Rp1/2 x 35
35 x Rp3/4 x 35
35 x Rp1 x 35
42 x Rp1/2 x 42
42 x Rp3/4 x 42
42 x Rp1 x 42
54 x Rp1/2 x 54
54 x Rp3/4 x 54
54 x Rp1 x 54
76,1 x Rp3/4 x 76,1
88,9 x Rp3/4 x 88,9
108 x Rp3/4 x 108

Article No. L1
620281.2
35,0
620282.3
36,5
620984.1
36,5
620283.4
39,5
620670.6
39,5
620284.5
44,5
620718.1
44,5
620960.1
44,5
620285.6
51,0
620710.2
51,0
620961.0
51,0
620286.7
60,0
620711.3
60,0
620962.1
60,0
620287.8
71,0
620712.4
71,0
620779.5
71,0
620650.8
116,0
620651.9
131,0
620652.1
156,0

Z1

L2
15,0
16,5
16,5
18,5
18,5
21,5
21,5
21,5
25,0
25,0
25,0
30,0
30,0
30,0
36,0
36,0
36,0
61,0
68,0
78,0

Z2
36,5
37,0
40,0
39,0
41,0
42,0
44,0
46,0
45,5
47,5
50,0
48,0
50,0
52,5
54,0
56,0
60,0
69,0
76,0
86,0

21,5
22,0
23,7
24,0
24,7
27,0
27,7
27,5
30,5
31,2
31,0
33,0
33,7
33,5
39,0
39,7
41,0
52,0
59,0
69,0

Providing suitable solutions

195

Carbon steel

196

6.3

C 1407 Reducer

C 1405 Straight connector

(male x press)

(press x male thread)

Dimension
15 x 12
18 x 12
18 x 15
22 x 12
22 x 15
22 x 18
28 x 15
28 x 18
28 x 22
35 x 22
35 x 28
42 x 22
42 x 28
42 x 35
54 x 18
54 x 22
54 x 28
54 x 35
54 x 42
76,1 x 42
76,1 x 54
88,9 x 54
88,9 x 76,1
108 x 76,1
108 x 88,9

Article No.
620211.9
620212.1
620213.0
620214.1
620215.2
620216.3
620217.4
620218.5
620219.6
620220.7
620221.8
620665.1
620666.2
620222.9
620667.3
620223.1
620224.0
620668.4
620225.1
620638.7
620639.8
620640.9
620641.1
620642.0
620643.1

Z
55,0
53,8
52,0
57,2
58,4
59,0
64,0
62,3
63,0
68,0
69,0
80,0
79,0
76,0
97,0
89,0
87,0
89,0
91,0
151,0
145,0
157,0
157,0
196,0
192,0

38,0
36,8
32,0
40,2
38,4
39,0
44,0
42,3
42,0
47,0
46,0
59,0
56,0
50,0
77,0
68,0
64,0
63,0
61,0
121,0
110,0
122,0
102,0
141,0
129,0

d1
15,0
18,0
18,0
22,0
22,0
22,0
28,0
28,0
28,0
35,0
35,0
35,0
42,0
42,0
54,0
54,0
54,0
54,0
54,0
76,1
76,1
88,9
88,9
108,0
108,0

d2
12,0
12,0
15,0
12,0
15,0
18,0
15,0
18,0
22,0
22,0
28,0
22,0
28,0
35,0
18,0
22,0
28,0
35,0
42,0
42,0
54,0
54,0
76,1
76,1
88,9

Dimension
12 x R3/8
15 x R3/8
15 x R1/2
18 x R1/2
18 x R3/4
22 x R1/2
22 x R3/4
22 x R1
28 x R3/4
28 x R1
35 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/2
54 x R2
76,1 x R2 1/2
88,9 x R3

Article No.
620226.2
620227.3
620228.4
620229.5
620230.6
620671.7
620231.7
620672.8
620985.2
620232.8
620233.9
620234.1
620235.0
620478.1
620479.2

L
31,0
35,0
39,0
39,0
40,0
43,0
44,0
50,0
46,0
48,0
55,0
59,0
69,0
123,0
134,0

Z
14,0
15,0
19,0
19,0
20,0
22,0
23,0
29,0
23,0
25,0
29,0
29,0
34,0
68,0
71,0

Providing suitable solutions

197

Carbon steel

198

6.3

C 1402 Straight connector

C 1433 Straight connector

(press x female thread)

(male x female thread)

Dimension
12 x Rp1/2
15 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1/2
28 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1
35 x Rp1 1/4

Article No.
620236.1
620237.2
620238.3
620239.4
634020.2
620240.5
620780.6
620983.0
620241.6
620669.5

L
39,0
41,0
40,0
43,0
36,5
43,0
38,0
40,5
49,0
50,0

Z
7,0
6,0
5,0
6,7
4,5
5,7
2,0
1,0
7,0
2,3

Dimension
12 x Rp1/2
12 x Rp3/8
15 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4

Article No.
620242.7
620987.4
620243.8
620244.9
620245.1
620246.0
620247.1

A
49,0
42,0
51,0
50,0
53,0
50,0
53,0

Z
34,0
30,6
36,0
35,0
36,7
35,0
36,7

D
12,0
12,0
15,0
18,0
18,0
22,0
22,0

C 1404 Straight connector


(press x eurocone)

Dimension
15 x 3/4
18 x 3/4

Article No.
620816.9
620817.1

L
38,0
38,0

Z
18,0
18,0

Providing suitable solutions

199

Carbon steel

200

6.3

C 1428 Angle adapter 90

C 1430 Elbow 90

(press x male thread)

(press x male thread)

Dimension
12 x R3/8
15 x R3/8
15 x R1/2
18 x R1/2
22 x R3/4

Article No.
620206.4
620207.5
620208.6
620209.7
620210.8

L2
36,5
40,0
41,0
41,5
44,5

Z
19,5
20,0
21,0
21,5
23,5

L1
22,0
22,0
28,0
28,0
32,0

C 1439 Reducer
(2 x press)

Dimension
22 x 15
28 x 22

Article No.
620112.9
620113.1

L
45,5
47,5

Dimension
12 x R3/8
15 x R3/8
15 x R1/2
18 x R1/2
22 x R3/4
28 x R1
35 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/2
54 x R2

Article No.
620197.6
620198.7
620199.8
620200.9
620201.1
620202.0
620203.1
620204.2
620205.3

B
41,5
44,5
49,5
54,0
61,5
73,5
85,5
95,5
115,5

Z
18
21
21
25
30
37
45
56
70

A
35
41
41
45
51
60
71
86
105

Z
4,5
2,5

Providing suitable solutions

201

Carbon steel

202

6.3

C 1438 Elbow 90

C 1435 Straight union

(press x female thread)

(press x male thread)

Dimension
15 x Rp3/8
15 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1/2
28 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1
35 x Rp1/2
35 x Rp3/4
35 x Rp1

Article No.
620093.1
620094.2
620095.3
620957.7
620096.4
620702.5
620098.6
620958.8
620106.3
620107.4
620959.9

B
41,0
41,0
45,0
59,0
59,0
65,0
65,0
69,5
74,5
74,5
74,5

Z
21,0
21,0
25,0
30,0
30,0
37,0
37,0
37,0
45,0
45,0
45,0

A
40,5
46,5
50,0
51,0
51,0
60,0
60,0
60,0
71,0
71,0
71,0

Dimension
15 x R1/2
18 x R1/2
22 x R3/4
28 x R1
35 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/2
54 x R2

Article No.
620719.0
620703.6
620720.1
620721.2
620722.3
620723.4
620724.5

L
63,8
63,8
70,0
74,7
81,8
88,0
100,0

Z
43,8
43,8
49,0
51,7
55,8
58,0
65,0

Providing suitable solutions

203

Carbon steel

C 1444 Straight union

6.3

C 1431 Venturi nozzle

(press x female thread)

204

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1
35 x Rp1 1/4
42 x Rp1 1/2
54 x Rp2

Article No.
620890.6
620891.7
620892.8
620893.9
620894.1
620895.0
620896.1

L
58,5
58,5
63,0
65,0
75,5
82,5
92,5

Z
20,0
20,0
22,0
19,0
24,5
27,5
28,0

Dimension
18
22
28

Article No.
620292.2
620293.3
620294.4

205

Providing suitable solutions

Carbon steel

206

6.3

C 1426 Flanged connector PN16

C 1429 Stop end

(1 x press)

(1 x press)

Dimension
76,1
88,9
108

Article No.
620659.6
620660.7
620661.8

Z
79,0
78,0
88,0

D
185,0
200,0
220,0

D2
18
18
18

H
134,0
141,0
166,0

K
145,0
160,0
180,0

B
18,0
20,0
20,0

Holes
4
8
8

C 1427 Flanged connector PN6


(1 x press)

Dimension
76,1
88,9
108

Article No.
620662.9
620663.1
620664.0

Z
74,0
83,0
92,0

D
160,0
190,0
210,0

D2
14,0
18,0
18,0

H
126,0
143,0
168,0

K
130,0
150,0
170,0

B
14,0
16,0
16,0

Dimension
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

Article No.
620295.5
620296.6
620297.7
620298.8
620299.9
620300.1
620301.0
620691.5
620692.6
620693.7

L
25,5
26,3
28,5
32,3
34,4
43,2
51,8
70,0
87,0
98,0

Z
5,5
6,3
7,5
9,3
8,4
13,2
16,8
15,0
24,0
21,0

Holes
4
4
4

Providing suitable solutions

207

Carbon steel

208

6.3

C 1434 Pass crossing 90

C 1436 Crossingpair double

(4 x press)

(press x male)

Dimension
15 x 15 x 15 x 15
18 x 15 x 18 x 15
22 x 15 x 22 x 15
22 x 18 x 22 x 18
28 x 15 x 28 x 15
28 x 18 x 28 x 18
28 x 22 x 28 x 22

Article No.
620288.9
620289.1
620290.0
620291.1
620713.5
620714.6
620715.7

L1
35,0
36,5
39,5
39,5
44,5
44,5
44,5

Z1
15,0
16,5
18,5
18,5
21,5
21,5
21,5

L2
35,0
35,0
35,0
36,5
35,0
36,5
39,5

Z2
15,0
15,0
15,0
16,5
15,0
16,5
18,5

h
21,0
22,5
24,5
26,0
27,5
29,0
31,0

Dimension
12 x 12
15 x 12
15 x 15
18 x 12
18 x 15
22 x 12
22 x 15
28 x 12
28 x 15
35 x 15

Article No.
620675.0
620676.1
620677.2
620678.3
620679.4
620694.8
620680.5
620681.6
620682.7
620683.8

L
100,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0

Z
66,0
80,0
80,0
80,0
80,0
78,0
78,0
74,0
74,0
67,0

A
60,0
60,0
60,0
60,0
60,0
60,0
60,0
60,0
60,0
60,0

B
40,0
40,0
40,0
40,0
40,0
40,0
40,0
40,0
40,0
40,0

C
100,0
100,0
100,0
100,0
100,0
100,0
100,0
100,0
100,0
100,0

Providing suitable solutions

209

Carbon steel

210

6.3

C 1437 Crossingpair single

C 1442 Transition for grooved couplings

(press x male)

(press x groove)

Dimension
12 x 12
15 x 12
15 x 15
18 x 12
18 x 15
22 x 12
22 x 15
28 x 12
28 x 15

Article No.
620695.9
620696.1
620684.9
620685.1
620686.0
620687.1
620688.2
620689.3
620690.4

L1
100,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0

Z1
66,0
80,0
80,0
80,0
80,0
78,0
78,0
74,0
74,0

A
60,0
60,0
60,0
60,0
60,0
60,0
60,0
60,0
60,0

B
40,0
40,0
40,0
40,0
40,0
40,0
40,0
40,0
40,0

C
100,0
100,0
100,0
100,0
100,0
100,0
100,0
100,0
100,0

Dimensions
28 x 33,7
35 x 42,4
42 x 48,3
54 x 60,3
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 114

Article no.
624130.1
624134.5
624135.6
624136.7
634077.4
634078.5
634079.6

L
72,5
81,0
86,0
96,5
90,0
100,0
110,0

D
33,7
42,4
48,3
60,3
76,1
88,9
114,3

Z
26,0
26,0
26,0
26,0
36,0
36,0
36,0

Providing suitable solutions

211

Carbon steel

212

6.3

C 1443 Slip coupling

C 1446 Coupling with nut

(press x female thread)

(press x female thread)

Dimensions
22 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1/2
28 x Rp3/4

Article no.
624131.2
624132.3
624126.8
624127.9

B
92,0
97,0
94,0
93,0

C
25,0
25,0
30,0
30,0

15,0
16,0
15,0
16,0

L
40,0
40,0
40,0
40,0

Dimensions
15 x G3/4
18 x G3/4
22 x G1
28 x G1 1/4
35 x G1 1/2
42 x G1 3/4
54 x G2 3/8

Article no.
634052.1
634053.2
634055.4
634056.5
634057.6
634058.7
634059.8

Z
31,0
31,0
32,0
33,0
36,0
43,0
50,0

11,0
11,0
11,0
10,0
10,0
13,0
15,0

Providing suitable solutions

213

Carbon steel

6.3

C 1451 O-ring standard leak before pressed (LBP)

R 2764 O-ring special leak before pressed (LBP)

(black, EPDM) for carbon steel and stainless steel

(green, Viton FPM) for carbon steel and stainless steel

Dimension
12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Dimension
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Article No.
622220.5
622221.6
622222.7
622223.8
622224.9
622225.1
622226.0
622227.1

214

Article No.
611940.1
611941.0
611942.1
611943.2
611944.3
611945.4
611946.5

215

R 2761 O-ring special


(green, Viton FPM) for carbon steel and stainless steel

R 2760 O-ring standard


(black, EPDM) for carbon steel and stainless steel
Dimension
76,1
88,9
108

Dimension
76,1
88,9
108

Article No.
611937.7
611938.8
611939.9

Article No.
620801.5
620802.6
620803.7

Providing suitable solutions

Carbon steel

6.4
6.3

VSH
6 Product range
216

217

6.4 XPress Copper

Providing suitable solutions

Copper

218

6.4

7270 Straight coupling

7270S Slip coupling

(2 x press)

(2 x press)

Dimension
12 x 12
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
64 x 64
67 x 67
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

Article No.
480000.4
480001.5
480002.6
480003.7
480004.8
480005.9
480006.1
480007.0
480600.1
480008.1
480009.2
480010.3
480011.4

Z
42,0
43,0
44,0
46,0
46,0
62,0
71,0
83,0
148,0
110,0
110,0
220,0
205,0

8,0
3,0
4,0
4,0
4,0
6,0
7,0
9,0
48,0
10,0
10,0
96,0
71,0

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
64 x 64
67 x 67
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

Article No.
480012.5
480013.6
480014.7
480015.8
480016.9
480017.1
480018.0
480665.9
480660.4
480020.2
480021.3
480022.4

Z
80,0
80,0
84,0
91,0
99,0
119,0
141,0
102,0
110,0
110,0
127,0
131,0

40,0
40,0
42,0
45,0
50,0
60,0
70,0
2,0
10,0
10,0
3,0
9,0

Providing suitable solutions

219

Copper

220

6.4

7002A Elbow 90

7001A Elbow 90

(2 x press)

(press x male)

Dimension
12 x 12
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
64 x 64
67 x 67
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

Article No.
480030.1
480031.2
480032.3
480033.4
480034.5
480035.6
480036.7
480037.8
480602.1
480038.9
480039.1
480040.0
480041.1

L
31,0
38,0
41,6
47,0
56,0
68,0
80,0
100,0
172,0
132,0
142,0
215,0
201,0

Z
14,0
17,0
22,0
26,0
34,0
42,0
50,0
65,0
122,0
87,0
92,0
112,0
135,0

r
14,4
18,0
22,0
26,4
33,6
42,0
50,0
65,0
90,0
80,0
90,0
127,0
161,0

Dimension
12 x 12
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
67 x 67
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

Article No. L
480042.2
31,4
480043.3
36,0
480044.4
41,6
480045.5
47,0
480046.6
58,0
480047.7
69,0
480048.8
81,0
480049.9
100,0
480050.1
130,0
480051.0
147,0
480052.1
215,0
480053.2
206,0

Z
14,4
16,0
21,6
27,0
34,0
44,0
52,0
66,0
78,0
98,0
153,0
141,0

L1
44,5
50,0
53,0
58,0
64,0
82,0
101,0
120,0
175,0
190,0
250,0
259,0

r
14,4
18,0
21,6
26,4
33,6
42,0
50,4
64,8
80,0
90,0
127,0
161,0

Providing suitable solutions

221

Copper

222

7041 Elbow 45

7040 Elbow 45

(2 x press)

(press x male)

Dimension
12 x 12
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
64 x 64
67 x 67
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

Article No.
480054.3
480055.4
480056.5
480057.6
480058.7
480059.8
480060.9
480061.1
480604.3
480062.0
480063.1
480064.2
480065.3

L
23,0
28,0
29,0
31,0
37,0
44,0
51,0
62,0
114,0
85,0
91,0
109,0
125,0

Z
6,0
8,0
9,0
12,0
16,0
18,0
21,0
27,0
64,0
35,0
45,0
47,0
59,0

Dimension
12 x 12
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54
67 x 67
76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108

6.4

Article No. L
480066.4
23,0
480067.5
28,0
480068.8
29,0
480069.7
32,0
480070.8
37,0
480071.9
43,0
480072.1
51,0
480073.0
62,0
480674.5
85,0
480075.2
95,0
480076.3
132,0
480077.4
127,0

Z
6,0
7,5
9,0
10,9
13,9
17,4
20,9
26,8
46,0
46,0
78,0
68,0

L1
32,2
37,0
39,0
44,0
47,0
58,0
71,0
82,0
88,0
146,0
196,0
184,0

Providing suitable solutions

223

Copper

224

6.4

7086 Crossover

7087 Crossover

(press x male)

(2 x male)

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22

Article No.
480084.0
480085.1
480086.2

L
110,0
120,0
134,0

Z
90,0
100,0
113,0

L1
40,0
45,0
50,0

L2
44,0
49,0
55,0

L3
25,0
27,0
30,0

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22

Article No.
480078.5
480079.6
480080.7

7005 Bend 90

7085 Crossover

(2 x male)

(2 x press)

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28

Article No. h1
620184.4
70,0
620185.5
70,0
620186.6
70,0
620187.7
80,0

h1min
58,0
63,0
70,0
80,0

h2
120,0
120,0
120,0
120,0

h2min
58,0
63,0
70,0
80,0

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22

Article No.
480081.8
480082.9
480083.1

L
157,0
166,0
178,0

L
140,0
151,0
170,0

L1
56,0
60,0
65,0

Z
100,0
111,0
128,0

L1
46,0
49,0
55,0

L3
30,0
31,0
33,0

L1
26,0
27,0
28,0

Providing suitable solutions

225

Copper

226

6.4

7130 Tee equal

7130 Tee reduced

(3 x press)

(3 x press)

Dimension
12 x 12 x 12
15 x 15 x 15
18 x 18 x 18
22 x 22 x 22
28 x 28 x 28
35 x 35 x 35
42 x 42 x 42
54 x 54 x 54
64 x 64 x 64
67 x 67 x 67
76,1 x 76,1 x 76,1
88,9 x 88,9 x 88,9
108 x 108 x 108

Article No.
480159.9
480160.1
480161.0
480162.1
480163.2
480164.3
480165.4
480166.5
480608.7
480167.6
480168.7
480169.8
480170.9

L
28,0
32,0
34,0
37,0
42,0
50,0
58,0
69,0
133,0
95,0
101,0
162,0
159,0

Z
11,0
12,0
14,0
16,0
19,0
24,0
28,0
34,0
83,0
45,0
50,0
100,0
92,0

L1
28,0
32,0
34,0
37,0
42,0
50,0
58,0
69,0
134,0
107,0
114,0
162,0
159,0

Z1
11,0
12,0
14,0
16,0
19,0
24,0
28,0
34,0
84,0
58,0
64,0
100,0
92,0

Dimension
15 x 12 x 15
18 x 12 x 18
18 x 15 x 18
22 x 12 x 22
22 x 15 x 22
22 x 18 x 22
28 x 12 x 28
28 x 15 x 28
28 x 18 x 28
28 x 22 x 28
35 x 15 x 35
35 x 22 x 35
35 x 28 x 35
42 x 15 x 42
42 x 22 x 42
42 x 28 x 42
42 x 35 x 42
54 x 22 x 54
54 x 28 x 54
54 x 35 x 54
54 x 42 x 54
64 x 35 x 64
64 x 42 x 64

Article No.
480172.0
480176.4
480178.6
480567.1
480182.1
480185.2
480571.3
480188.5
480190.7
480192.9
480194.0
480195.1
480196.2
480197.3
480198.4
480199.5
480200.6
480201.7
480202.8
480203.9
480204.1
480609.8
480610.9

L
32,0
34,0
34,0
37,0
37,0
37,0
42,0
42,0
42,0
42,0
45,0
45,0
50,0
50,0
50,0
56,0
56,0
60,0
60,0
61,0
69,0
115,0
126,0

Z
12,0
14,0
14,0
16,0
16,0
16,0
19,0
19,0
19,0
19,0
19,0
19,0
24,0
20,0
20,0
26,0
26,0
25,0
25,0
36,0
34,0
65,0
76,0

L1
32,0
35,0
35,0
34,0
38,0
38,0
41,0
41,0
41,0
41,0
44,0
45,0
44,0
48,0
48,0
49,0
50,0
54,0
55,0
55,0
64,0
102,0
109,0

Z1
15,0
18,0
15,0
17,0
18,0
18,0
21,0
21,0
21,0
20,0
24,0
24,0
21,0
28,0
27,0
26,0
24,0
33,0
32,0
29,0
34,0
76,0
79,0

Providing suitable solutions

227

Copper

228

6.4

7130 Tee reduced

7130 Tee reduced

(3 x press)

(3 x press)

Dimension
67 x 28 x 67
67 x 35 x 67
67 x 42 x 67
67 x 54 x 67
76,1 x 22 x 76,1
76,1 x 28 x 76,1
76,1 x 35 x 76,1
76,1 x 42 x 76,1
76,1 x 54 x 76,1
88,9 x 54 x 88,9
88,9 x 76,1 x 88,9
108 x 54 x 108
108 x 76,1 x 108
108 x 88,9 x 108

Article No.
480619.7
480536.1
480535.0
480534.1
480537.2
480537.2
480206.1
480207.2
480208.3
480210.5
480211.6
480212.7
480213.8
480214.9

76,0
80,0
82,0
88,0
73,0
77,0
80,0
103,0
108,0
136,0
151,0
131,0
117,0
140,0

26,0
29,0
32,0
47,0
22,0
26,0
30,0
55,0
60,0
77,0
91,0
66,0
46,0
73,0

L1
67,0
70,0
76,0
78,0
73,0
73,0
78,0
106,0
104,0
119,0
146,0
129,0
136,0
141,0

Z1
43,0
43,0
41,0
42,0
50,0
50,0
53,0
70,0
72,0
86,0
96,0
93,0
91,0
93,0

7130 Tee reduced


(3 x press)

Dimension
15 x 15 x 12
18 x 18 x 15
22 x 22 x 15
22 x 22 x 18
28 x 28 x 15
28 x 28 x 22
35 x 35 x 22
35 x 35 x 28

Article No.
480173.1
480179.7
480186.3
480187.4
480540.5
480193.1
480541.6
480542.7

L
32,0
34,0
37,0
37,0
42,0
42,0
51,0
51,0

Z
12,0
14,0
16,0
16,0
19,0
19,0
25,0
25,0

L1
32,0
34,0
37,0
37,0
42,0
42,0
50,0
50,0

Z1
12,0
14,0
16,0
16,0
19,0
19,0
24,0
24,0

L2
36,0
42,0
46,0
43,0
52,0
52,0
72,0
67,0

Dimension
12 x 15 x 12
15 x 12 x 12
15 x 18 x 15
15 x 22 x 15
18 x 15 x 15
22 x 15 x 15
22 x 15 x 18
22 x 18 x 15
22 x 18 x 18
22 x 28 x 22
28 x 15 x 22
28 x 18 x 22
28 x 22 x 22
28 x 35 x 28
35 x 22 x 28
35 x 28 x 28
42 x 35 x 35
54 x 42 x 42

Article No.
480566.9
480171.1
480174.2
480175.3
480177.5
480180.8
480181.9
480183.0
480184.1
480162.1
480543.8
480189.6
480191.8
480019.1
480545.1
480546.0
480547.1
480568.0

L
36,0
32,0
35,0
38,0
34,0
37,0
37,0
37,0
37,0
52,0
42,0
42,0
42,0
68,0
51,0
51,0
56,0
69,0

Z
19,0
12,0
15,0
18,0
14,0
16,0
16,0
16,0
16,0
31,0
19,0
19,0
19,0
45,0
25,0
25,0
26,0
34,0

L1
32,0
32,0
32,0
34,0
35,0
44,0
38,0
38,0
38,0
42,0
41,0
41,0
41,0
50,0
44,0
44,0
50,0
64,0

Z1
15,0
15,0
12,0
13,0
15,0
18,0
18,0
18,0
18,0
24,0
21,0
21,0
20,0
24,0
23,0
21,0
24,0
34,0

L2
32,0
35,0
32,0
34,0
40,0
43,0
44,0
44,0
41,0
42,0
46,0
47,0
48,5
50,0
63,0
67,0
74,0
83,0

Z2
15,0
18,0
12,0
13,0
20,0
23,0
24,0
24,0
21,0
24,0
25,0
26,0
27,5
24,0
40,0
44,0
48,0
53,0

Z2
19,0
22,0
26,0
23,0
35,0
31,0
51,0
51,0
Providing suitable solutions

229

Copper

7243 Reducer

Dimension
88,9 x 42
88,9 x 54
88,9 x 76,1
108 x 42
108 x 54
108 x 67
108 x 76,1
108 x 88,9

(male x press)

6.4
Article No.
480249.0
480250.1
480251.2
480252.3
480253.4
480632.9
480255.6
480256.7

Z
135,0
132,0
140,0
153,0
156,0
166,0
162,0
166,0

d
105,0
97,0
90,0
124,0
120,0
116,0
112,0
106,0

d1
88,9
88,9
88,9
108,0
108,0
108,0
108,0
108,0

42
54
76
42
54
67
76,1
88,9

6130G Tee threaded


(press x female thread x press)
230

Dimension
15 x 12
18 x 12
18 x 15
22 x 15
22 x 18
28 x 15
28 x 18
28 x 22
35 x 22
35 x 28
42 x 22
42 x 28
42 x 35
54 x 28
54 x 35
54 x 42
67 x 28
67 x 35
67 x 42
67 x 54
76,1 x 35
76,1 x 42
76,1 x 54
76,1 x 67

Article No.
480225.9
480226.1
480227.0
480228.1
480229.2
480230.3
480231.4
480232.5
480233.6
480234.7
480235.8
480236.9
480237.1
480238.0
480239.1
480240.2
480620.8
480242.4
480243.5
480244.6
480245.7
480246.8
480247.9
480248.1

L
45,0
47,0
47,0
54,0
48,0
62,0
59,0
56,0
68,0
66,0
76,0
73,0
75,0
89,0
90,0
89,0
107,0
109,0
110,0
112,0
113,0
113,0
116,0
126,0

d
28,0
30,0
25,0
34,0
26,0
42,0
37,0
34,0
47,0
44,0
55,0
48,0
48,0
67,0
63,0
58,0
86,0
83,0
80,0
77,0
87,0
86,0
81,0
78,0

d1
15,0
18,0
18,0
22,0
22,0
28,0
28,0
28,0
35,0
35,0
42,0
42,0
42,0
54,0
54,0
54,0
67,0
67,0
67,0
67,0
76,1
76,1
76,1
76,1

12
12
15
15
18
15
18
22
22
28
22
28
35
28
35
42
28
35
42
54
35
42
54
67

231

Dimension
12 x Rp1/2 x 12
15 x Rp1/2 x 15
18 x Rp1/2 x 18
22 x Rp1/2 x 22
22 x Rp3/4 x 22
28 x Rp1/2 x 28
28 x Rp3/4 x 28
35 x Rp1/2 x 35
42 x Rp1/2 x 42
54 x Rp1/2 x 54
76,1 x Rp1/2 x 76,1
108 x Rp1/2 x 108

Article No.
480215.1
480216.0
480217.1
480218.2
480219.3
480220.4
480221.5
480222.6
480223.7
480224.8
480548.2
480549.3

L
28,5
41,4
42,0
42,0
45,0
44,0
41,0
50,0
57,0
69,0
65,0
82,0

Z
11,5
21,4
22,0
21,0
24,0
21,0
18,0
24,0
27,0
34,0
15,0
15,0

L1
23,0
22,5
24,0
26,0
27,3
29,0
34,0
34,0
38,0
44,0
48,0
65,0

Z1
6,5
6,5
8,0
11,0
11,0
14,0
13,5
19,0
23,0
29,0
30,0
30,0

Providing suitable solutions

Copper

232

6.4

6243G Straight connector

6270G Straight connector

(press x male thread)

(press x female thread)

Dimension
12 x R3/8
12 x R1/2
15 x R3/8
15 x R1/2
15 x R3/4
18 x R1/2
18 x R3/4
22 x R1/2
22 x R3/4
22 x R1
28 x R3/4
28 x R1
28 x R1 1/4
35 x R1
35 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/2
54 x R2
64 x R2 1/2
67 x R2 1/2
76,1 x R2 1/2
76,1 x R3
88,9 x R3
108 x R4

Article No.
480103.8
480104.9
480105.1
480106.0
480107.1
480108.2
480109.3
480110.4
480111.5
480112.6
480113.7
480114.8
480115.9
480116.1
480117.0
480118.1
480119.2
480120.3
480606.5
480121.4
480122.5
480123.6
480124.7
480125.8

L
32,0
36,0
33,0
37,0
39,0
38,0
39,0
38,0
40,0
42,0
43,0
44,0
48,0
48,0
50,0
58,0
58,0
63,0
129,0
93,0
99,0
110,0
144,0
132,0

Z
15,0
19,0
13,0
17,0
19,0
17,0
19,0
17,4
21,0
21,0
20,0
21,0
25,0
22,0
24,0
28,0
28,0
28,0
79,0
50,0
44,0
59,0
82,0
50,0

A/F
19,0
19,0
21,0
21,0
25,0
25,0
25,0
30,0
30,0
32,0
36,0
36,0
40,0
41,0
41,0
51,0
51,0
63,0
75,0
80,0
84,0
94,0
93,0
117,0

Dimension
12 x Rp3/8
12 x Rp1/2
15 x Rp3/8
15 x Rp1/2
15 x Rp3/4
18 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp1
28 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1
28 x Rp1 1/4
35 x Rp3/4
35 x Rp1
35 x Rp1 1/4
42 x Rp1 1/4
42 x Rp1 1 /2
54 x Rp2
64 x Rp2 1/2

Article No.
480126.9
480127.1
480128.0
480129.1
480130.2
480131.3
480132.4
480133.5
480134.6
480135.7
480136.8
480137.9
480138.1
480569.1
480139.0
480140.1
480141.2
480142.3
480143.4
480607.6

Z
31,0
35,0
33,0
38,0
39,0
37,0
39,0
37,0
39,0
43,0
40,0
45,0
48,0
42,0
46,0
50,0
52,0
54,0
63,0
123,0

2,0
3,0
2,0
3,0
3,0
2,0
3,0
1,0
2,0
3,0
1,0
2,0
4,0
4,0
1,0
1,0
1,0
2,0
2,0
12,0

A/F
20,0
25,0
20,0
25,0
30,0
25,0
30,0
30,0
30,0
37,0
37,0
37,0
46,0
30,0
41,0
46,0
46,0
53,0
65,0
83,0

Providing suitable solutions

233

Copper

234

6.4

6280G Straight connector

6246G Straight connector

(male x male thread)

(male x female thread)

Dimension
15 x R1/2
18 x R1/2
18 x R3/4
22 x R1/2
22 x R3/4
28 x R1
35 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/2

Article No.
480325.1
480326.0
480327.1
480328.2
480329.3
480330.4
480331.5
480332.6

L
50,0
50,0
53,0
51,0
52,0
57,0
63,0
80,0

A/F
19,0
19,0
25,0
25,0
25,0
32,0
40,0
46,0

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1
35 x Rp1
35 x Rp1 1/4
42 x Rp1 1/2
54 x Rp2

Article No.
480311.7
480312.8
480313.9
480314.1
480315.0
480316.1
480317.2
480318.3
480319.4
480320.5
480321.6

a
47,0
47,0
49,0
46,0
49,0
50,0
54,0
56,0
60,0
76,0
86,0

A/F
32,0
32,0
33,0
31,0
32,0
34,0
35,0
37,0
38,0
55,0
60,0

Z
25,0
25,0
30,0
25,0
30,0
30,0
37,0
37,0
46,0
53,0
65,0

Providing suitable solutions

235

Copper

236

6.4

6092G Angle adapter 90

6096G Angle adapter 90

(press x male thread)

(press x female thread)

Dimension
12 x R3/8
12 x R1/2
15 x R3/8
15 x R1/2
18 x R1/2
18 x R3/4
22 x R3/4
28 x R1
35 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/2
54 x R2

Article No.
480092.8
480093.9
480094.1
480095.0
480096.1
480097.2
480098.3
480099.4
480100.5
480101.6
480102.7

L
30,0
32,0
32,0
38,0
35,0
38,0
49,0
58,0
55,0
62,0
70,0

Z
13,0
15,0
12,0
18,5
15,0
18,0
28,0
36,0
30,0
32,0
35,0

L1
25,0
31,0
27,0
34,0
34,0
33,0
45,0
53,0
47,0
51,0
63,0

Dimension
12 x Rp1/2
15 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp1
28 x Rp1
35 x Rp1 1/4
42 x Rp1 1/2
54 x Rp 2

Article No.
480283.1
480284.2
480285.3
480286.4
480287.5
480288.6
480289.7
480290.8
480291.9
480292.1

L
49,0
53,0
55,0
61,0
62,0
66,0
68,0
75,0
85,0
99,0

Z
32,0
33,0
35,0
41,0
41,0
45,0
45,0
49,0
55,0
64,0

L1
32,0
32,0
32,0
36,0
36,0
40,0
43,6
50,0
53,0
64,0

Z1
17,0
17,0
17,0
20,0
20,0
21,0
25,0
28,0
32,0
38,0

G
3/4
3/4
3/4
1
1
1
1 1/4
1 1/2
1 3/4
2 3/8

A/F
30,0
30,0
30,0
36,0
36,0
36,0
46,0
52,0
58,0
75,0

A/F1
27,0
27,0
27,0
33,0
33,0
40,0
40,0
50,0
56,0
68,0

Providing suitable solutions

237

Copper

238

6.4

6090G Angle adapter 90

6359 Coupling with flat seal

(press x female thread)

(press x female thread)

Dimension
12 x Rp3/8
12 x Rp1/2
15 x Rp3/8
15 x Rp1/2
15 x Rp3/4
18 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1
35 x Rp1 1/4
42 x Rp1 1/2
54 x Rp2

Article No.
480147.8
480148.9
480149.1
480150.0
480557.0
480151.1
480152.2
480153.3
480154.4
480155.5
480156.6
480157.7
480158.8

L
32,0
34,0
33,0
41,0
36,0
36,0
38,0
53,0
45,0
51,0
55,0
85,0
104,0

Z
15,0
17,0
13,0
20,0
16,0
16,0
18,0
32,0
24,0
28,0
29,0
57,0
72,0

L1
23,0
23,0
24,0
24,0
70,0
30,0
30,0
24,0
27,0
33,0
45,0
45,0
54,0

Z1
10,0
7,0
11,0
15,0
16,0
14,0
12,0
13,0
11,0
14,0
21,0
26,0
33,0

Dimension
15 x G 3/4
18 x G 3/4
22 x G 1
28 x G1 1/4
35 x G1 1/2
42 x G1 3/4

Article No.
480023.5
480024.6
480025.7
480026.8
480027.9
480028.1

L
25,0
28,0
29,0
31,0
32,0
39,0

Z
5,0
8,0
8,0
8,0
6,0
9,0

A/F
30,0
30,0
36,0
46,0
52,0
58,0

Providing suitable solutions

239

Copper

240

6.4

6330 Straight union

6331G Straight union

(2 x press)

(press x male thread)

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
480334.8
480335.9
480336.1
480337.0
480338.1
480339.2
480340.3

L
60,0
62,0
68,0
73,0
71,0
91,0
98,0

Z
20,0
22,0
26,0
27,0
19,0
31,0
28,0

G
3/4
3/4
1
1 1/4
1 1/2
1 3/4
2 3/8

A/F
30,0
30,0
36,0
46,0
52,0
58,0
75,0

A/F1
25,0
25,0
32,0
40,0
46,0
51,0
65,0

Dimension
12 x R3/8
12 x R1/2
15 x R1/2
15 x R 3/4
18 x R1/2
18 x R3/4
22 x R1/2
22 x R3/4
22 x R1
28 x R3/4
28 x R1
35 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/2
54 x R2

Article No.
480257.8
480258.9
480259.1
480260.0
480261.1
480262.2
480263.3
480264.4
480265.5
480556.1
480266.6
480267.7
480268.8
480269.9

L
48,0
54,0
62,0
58,0
59,0
61,0
66,0
74,0
68,0
75,0
76,0
79,0
88,0
101,0

Z
31,0
37,0
42,0
38,0
39,0
41,0
45,0
53,0
47,0
52,0
53,0
53,0
58,0
66,0

G
1/2
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
1
1
1
1
1 1/4
1 1/2
1 3/4
2 3/8

A/F
24,0
30,0
30,0
30,0
30,0
30,0
36,0
36,0
36,0
46,0
46,0
52,0
58,0
75,0

A/F1
19,0
25,0
25,0
25,0
25,0
25,0
32,0
32,0
32,0
40,0
40,0
46,0
51,0
65,0

Providing suitable solutions

241

Copper

242

6.4

6330G Straight union

6472G Wallplate 90

(press x female thread)

(press x female thread)

Dimension
12 x Rp1/2
15 x Rp1/2
15 x Rp3/4
18 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp1
28 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1
35 x Rp1 1/4
42 x Rp1 1/2
54 x Rp2

6490

Article No.
480272.1
480273.2
480274.3
480275.4
480276.5
480277.6
480278.7
480555.9
480279.8
480280.9
480281.1
480282.0

L
42,0
52,0
55,0
48,0
57,0
68,0
65,0
65,0
65,0
74,0
83,0
90,0

Z
10,0
30,0
18,0
13,0
21,0
43,0
25,0
28,0
43,0
52,0
48,0
50,0

G
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
1
1
1
1 1/4
1 1/2
1 3/4
2 3/8

A/F
30,0
30,0
30,0
30,0
30,0
36,0
36,0
46,0
46,0
52,0
58,0
75,0

A/F1
26,0
26,0
31,0
26,0
31,0
32,0
39,0
31,0
43,0
48,0
53,0
65,0

Dimension

Article No.

L1

Z1

L2

12 x Rp1/2
15 x Rp3/8
15 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4

480087.3
480770.4
480088.4
480089.5
480090.6

61,0
41,0
41,0
41,0
45,0

44,0
21,0
21,0
21,0
24,0

35,0
49,0
36,0
39,0
45,0

7,0
14,0
8,0
9,0
11,0

22,0
36,0
23,0
24,0
27,0

Dist.
holes
40,0
40,0
40,0
40,0
40,0

6472L Wallplate 90 long


(press x female thread)

Double wall plate

(press x female thread)


Dimension
15 x Rp3/8
15 x Rp1/2

Article No.
480750.6
480751.7

Centr. distance
120,0
153,0
Dimension

Article No. L

15 x Rp1/2

480091.7

41,0

Z
21,0

L1
58,0

Z1
8,0

L2
45,0

Dist.
holes
40,0

Providing suitable solutions

243

Copper

244

7510 Flanged connector PN 10/16

7240 Reducer

(1 x press)

(2 x press)

Dimension
67(DN65)
76,1(DN65)
88,9(DN80)
108(DN100)

Article No.
480637.3
480638.4
480639.5
480640.6

L
Z
L1
D1
103,0
53,0 100,0 145,0
103,0 53,0 115,0 145,0
113,0
51,0 135,0 160,0
126,0
59,0 158,0 180,0

D2
D3
holes
185,0
18,0
4
185,0
18,0
4
200,0
18,0
8
220,0
18,0
8

Dimension
15 x 12
22 x 15
28 x 15
28 x 22
35 x 28
42 x 35
54 x 42

6.4

Article No.
480558.1
480559.2
480564.7
480560.3
480561.4
480562.5
480563.6

Z
44,0
52,0
59,0
54,0
60,0
67,0
80,0

7,0
11,0
16,0
10,0
11,0
11,0
15,0

7520 Flanged connector PN 10/16


(1 x male)

Dimension
76,1(DN65)
108(DN100)

Article No. L
480643.9
113,0
480651.6
141,0

L1
115,0
158,0

D1
145,0
180,0

D2
185,0
220,0

D3
18,0
18,0

holes
4
8

Providing suitable solutions

245

Copper

246

6131G Female branch tee with multi ports

S302 Stop end

(2 x press)

(1 x male)

Dimension
67 x Rp1/2
76,1 x Rp1/2
88,9 x Rp3/4
108 x Rp3/4

Article No.
480305.1
480306.2
480307.3
480308.4

a
b
Za
A
B
C
D
130,0
84,0
29,0
1/2
1/2
130,0 96,0
28,0
1/2
1/2
160,0 108,0
36,0
3/4
3/4
3/4
170,0 132,0
35,0
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4

Dimension
35
42
54

6.4

Article No.
480144.5
480145.6
480146.7

L
96,0
108,0
125,0

Providing suitable solutions

247

Copper

248

7301 Stop end

7999 O-ring standard

(1 x press)

(black, EPDM) for copper

Dimension
12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
67
76,1
88,9
108

Article No.
480570.2
480294.1
480295.2
480296.3
480297.4
480298.5
480299.6
480300.7
480634.0
480302.9
480635.1
480304.0

L
17,0
20,0
20,0
21,0
23,0
26,0
30,0
35,0
50,0
50,0
62,0
67,0

Dimension
12
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
64
67
76,1
88,9
108

6.4

Article No.
611590.1
611591.2
611592.3
611593.4
611594.5
611595.6
611596.7
611597.8
480506.4
480652.7
480507.5
480508.6
480509.7

249

Providing suitable solutions

Copper

6.4
6.5

C 1700 O-ring special


(green, Viton) for copper
Dimension
15
18
22
28
35
42
54
76,1
88,9
108

Article No.
480521.8
480522.9
480523.1
480524.0
480525.1
480526.2
480527.3
611937.7
611938.8
611939.9

VSH
6 Product range

250

251

S1283 Insert stiffener for Wicu tube

6.5 XPress Copper GAS

(male)

Dimension
12 x 1,0
15 x 1,0
18 x 1,0
22 x 1,0
28 x 1,2

Article No.
088323.4
088324.5
088327.8
088329.1
088330.0

B
23,0
23,0
25,0
27,0
32,0

D1
12
15
18
22
22

D2
9,8
12,5
15,8
19,8
25,4

Providing suitable solutions

Copper GAS

252

6.5

G7270 Straight coupling

G7270S Slip coupling

(2 x press)

(2 x press)

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
480443.7
480444.8
480445.9
480446.1
480447.0
480448.1
480449.2

L
43,0
44,0
46,0
50,0
62,0
71,0
83,0

Z
3,0
4,0
4,0
4,0
6,0
7,0
9,0

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
480450.3
480451.4
480452.5
480453.6
480454.7
480455.8
480456.9

Z
80,0
80,0
84,0
91,0
99,0
119,0
141,0

25,0
25,0
25,0
30,0
26,0
30,0
35,0

Providing suitable solutions

253

Copper GAS

254

6.5

G7002A Elbow 90

G7001A Elbow 90

(2 x press)

(press x male)

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
480383.2
480384.3
480385.4
480386.5
480387.6
480388.7
480389.8

L
38,0
42,0
47,0
57,0
68,0
80,0
100,0

Z
18,0
22,0
26,0
34,0
42,0
50,0
65,0

r
18,0
22,0
26,0
34,0
42,0
50,0
65,0

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
480376.6
480377.7
480378.8
480379.9
480380.1
480381.0
480382.1

L
36,0
42,0
47,0
58,0
69,0
81,0
100,0

Z
18,0
22,0
26,0
34,0
44,0
52,0
66,0

L1
51,0
53,0
60,0
64,0
83,0
101,0
120,0

r
18,0
22,0
26,0
34,0
42,0
50,0
65,0

Providing suitable solutions

255

Copper GAS

256

6.5

G7041 Elbow 45

G7040 Elbow 45

(2 x press)

(press x male)

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
480397.5
480398.6
480399.7
480400.8
480401.9
480402.1
480403.0

L
28,0
29,0
33,0
41,0
47,0
57,0
68,0

Z
8,0
9,0
14,0
19,0
22,0
28,0
32,0

r
18,0
22,0
26,0
34,0
42,0
50,0
65,0

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
480390.9
480391.1
480392.0
480393.1
480394.2
480395.3
480396.4

L
28,0
29,0
32,0
37,0
43,0
51,0
62,0

Z
8,0
9,0
11,0
14,0
17,0
21,0
27,0

L1
67,0
39,0
44,0
47,0
58,0
71,0
82,0

r
18,0
22,0
26,0
34,0
42,0
50,0
65,0

Providing suitable solutions

257

Copper GAS

258

6.5

G7086 Crossover

G7087 Crossover

(press x male)

(2 x male)

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18

Article No.
480407.4
480408.5

L
110,0
120,0

Z
90,0
100,0

L1
41,0
45,0

L2
46,0
49,0

L3
26,0
27,0

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22

Article No.
480078.5
480079.6
480080.7

L
157,0
166,0
178,0

L1
56,0
60,0
65,0

L1
46,0
49,0
55,0

L3
30,0
31,0
33,0

G7085 Crossover
(2 x press)

Dimension
15 x 15
18 x 18
22 x 22

Article No.
480404.1
480405.2
480406.3

L
140,0
151,0
169,0

Z
100,0
111,0
127,0

L1
26,0
27,0
28,0

Providing suitable solutions

259

Copper GAS

260

G7130 Tee equal

G7130 Tee reduced

(3 x press)

(3 x press)

Dimension
15 x 15 x 15
18 x 18 x 18
22 x 22 x 22
28 x 28 x 28
35 x 35 x 35
42 x 42 x 42
54 x 54 x 54

Article No. L
480410.7
32,0
480411.8
34,0
480412.9
37,0
480413.1
42,0
480414.0
50,0
480415.1
57,0
480416.2
69,0

Z
12,0
14,0
16,0
19,0
24,0
27,0
34,0

L1
32,0
34,0
37,0
42,0
50,0
63,0
78,0

Z1
12,0
14,0
16,0
19,0
24,0
33,0
43,0

Dimension
18 x 15 x 18
22 x 15 x 22
22 x 15 x 15
22 x 18 x 22
22 x 22 x 15
28 x 15 x 28
28 x 18 x 28
28 x 22 x 28
35 x 22 x 35
35 x 28 x 35
42 x 22 x 42
42 x 28 x 42
42 x 35 x 42
54 x 22 x 54
54 x 42 x 54

Article No.
480417.3
480419.5
480418.4
480420.6
480421.7
480422.8
480423.9
480424.1
480425.0
480426.1
480763.8
480427.2
480428.3
480764.9
480429.4

6.5

L
34,0
37,0
37,0
37,0
37,0
42,0
42,0
42,0
45,0
50,0
50,0
56,0
57,0
60,0
69,0

Z
14,0
16,0
16,0
16,0
16,0
19,0
19,0
19,0
19,0
24,0
20,0
26,0
27,0
25,0
34,0

L1
35,0
38,0
38,0
38,0
37,0
40,5
40,5
41,0
44,0
44,0
48,0
49,0
56,0
54,0
64,0

Z1
15,0
18,0
18,0
18,0
16,0
21,0
21,0
20,0
23,0
21,0
27,0
26,0
33,0
33,0
34,0

L2
34,0
37,0
43,0
37,0
46,0
42,0
42,0
42,0
45,0
50,0
50,0
56,0
57,0
60,0
69,0

Z2
14,0
16,0
23,0
16,0
26,0
19,0
19,0
19,0
19,0
24,0
20,0
26,0
27,0
25,0
34,0

Providing suitable solutions

261

Copper GAS

262

6.5

G6130G Tee threaded

G7243 Reducer

(press x female thread x press)

(male x press)

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2 x 15
18 x Rp1/2 x 18
22 x Rp1/2 x 22
22 x Rp3/4 x 22
28 x Rp1/2 x 28
28 x Rp3/4 x 28
35 x Rp1/2 x 35
35 x Rp1 x 35
42 x Rp1/2 x 42
54 x Rp1/2 x 54

Article No.
480483.3
480484.4
480485.5
480486.6
480487.7
480488.8
480489.9
480490.1
480491.0
480493.2

L
32,0
34,0
37,0
37,0
42,0
42,0
50,0
50,0
57,0
69,0

Z
12,0
14,0
16,0
16,0
19,0
19,0
24,0
24,0
37,0
34,0

L1
59,0
62,0
65,0
67,0
68,0
69,0
69,0
75,0
81,0
86,0

Z1
44,0
47,0
50,0
51,0
53,0
52,0
54,0
56,0
66,0
71,0

Dimension
18 x 15
22 x 15
22 x 18
28 x 15
28 x 18
28 x 22
35 x 22
35 x 28
42 x 22
42 x 28
42 x 35
54 x 28
54 x 35
54 x 42

Article No.
480430.5
480431.6
480432.7
480433.8
480434.9
480435.1
480436.0
480437.1
480438.2
480439.3
480440.4
480728.6
480441.5
480442.6

L
47,0
54,0
48,0
62,0
59,0
55,0
68,0
66,0
76,0
73,0
75,0
89,0
90,0
89,0

Z
25,0
34,0
26,0
42,0
37,0
34,0
47,0
44,0
55,0
48,0
48,0
67,0
63,0
58,0

D
18,0
22,0
22,0
28,0
28,0
28,0
35,0
35,0
42,0
42,0
42,0
54,0
54,0
54,0

D1
15
15
18
15
18
22
22
28
22
28
35
42
35
42

Providing suitable solutions

263

Copper GAS

264

6.5

G6243G Straight connector

G6270G Straight connector

(press x male thread)

(press x female thread)

Dimension
15 x R1/2
15 x R3/4
18 x R1/2
18 x R3/4
22 x R1/2
22 x R3/4
22 x R1
28 x R3/4
28 x R1
28 x R1 1/4
35 x R1
35 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/2
54 x R2

Article No.
480341.4
480342.5
480343.6
480344.7
480345.8
480346.9
480347.1
480348.0
480349.1
480350.2
480351.3
480352.4
480353.5
480354.6
480355.7

L
37,0
39,0
37,0
39,0
38,0
40,0
42,0
43,0
44,0
48,0
48,0
50,0
58,0
58,0
63,0

Z
17,0
19,0
17,0
19,0
17,0
19,0
21,0
20,0
21,0
25,0
22,0
24,0
28,0
28,0
28,0

A/F
21,0
25,0
25,0
25,0
30,0
30,0
32,0
36,0
36,0
40,0
41,0
41,0
51,0
51,0
63,0

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2
15 x Rp3/4
18 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1
35 x Rp1 1/4
42 x Rp1 1/2
54 x Rp2

Article No.
480356.8
480357.9
480358.1
480359.0
480360.1
480361.2
480362.3
480363.4
480364.5
480365.6

L
38,0
39,0
37,0
39,0
37,0
39,0
45,0
50,0
54,0
63,0

Z
3,0
3,0
2,0
3,0
1,0
2,0
2,0
1,0
2,0
2,0

A/F
25,0
30,0
25,0
30,0
30,0
30,0
37,0
46,0
53,0
65,0

Providing suitable solutions

265

Copper GAS

6280G

Straight connector

6246G

(male x male thread)

266

Dimension
15 x R1/2
18 x R1/2
18 x R3/4
22 x R1/2
22 x R3/4
28 x R1
35 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/2

Article No.
480325.1
480326.0
480327.1
480328.2
480329.3
480330.4
480331.5
480332.6

6.5

Straight connector

(male x female thread)

L
50,0
50,0
53,0
51,0
52,0
57,0
63,0
80,0

A/F
19,0
19,0
25,0
25,0
25,0
32,0
40,0
46,0

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1
35 x Rp1
35 x Rp1 1/4
42 x Rp1 1/2
54 x Rp2

Article No.
480311.7
480312.8
480313.9
480314.1
480315.0
480316.1
480317.2
480318.3
480319.4
480320.5
480321.6

L
47,0
47,0
49,0
46,0
49,0
50,0
54,0
56,0
60,0
76,0
86,0

Z
32,0
32,0
33,0
31,0
32,0
34,0
35,0
37,0
38,0
55,0
60,0

A/F
25,0
25,0
30,0
25,0
30,0
30,0
37,0
37,0
46,0
53,0
65,0

Providing suitable solutions

267

Copper GAS

268

6.5

G6092G Angle adapter 90

G6090G Angle adapter 90

(press x male thread)

(press x female thread)

Dimension
15 x R1/2
18 x R1/2
18 x R3/4
22 x R3/4
28 x R1
35 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/2
54 x R2

Article No.
480475.6
480476.7
480477.8
480478.9
480479.1
480480.0
480481.1
480482.2

L
38,0
35,0
38,0
49,0
58,0
55,0
62,0
70,0

Z
15,0
15,0
18,0
27,0
35,0
29,0
32,0
35,0

L1
31,0
34,0
33,0
44,0
53,0
47,0
51,0
63,0

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2
15 x Rp3/4
18 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4
22 x Rp1
28 x Rp1
35 x Rp1 1/4
42 x Rp1 1/2
54 x Rp2

Article No.
480464.6
480465.7
480466.8
480467.9
480468.1
480469.0
480470.1
480471.2
480472.3
480473.4
480474.5

L
36,0
38,0
36,0
38,0
53,0
45,0
69,0
51,0
55,0
67,0
74,0

Za
16,0
18,0
16,0
18,0
32,0
24,0
38,0
28,0
29,0
37,0
39,0

L1
26,0
30,0
30,0
30,0
24,0
27,0
49,0
33,0
45,0
52,0
60,0

Z1
10,0
12,0
14,0
12,0
13,0
11,0
21,0
14,0
21,0
26,0
33,0

Providing suitable solutions

269

Copper GAS

270

6.5

G6340 Straight union

G6472G Wallplate 90

(2 x press)

(press x female thread)

Dimension
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Article No.
480366.7
480367.8
480368.9
480369.1
480370.0
480371.1
480372.2

L
61,0
67,0
66,0
75,0
82,0
97,0
103,0

Z
21,0
27,0
24,0
29,0
30,0
37,0
33,0

G
7/8
1 1/8
1 1/8
1 3/8
1 3/4
1 3/4
1 3/4

A/F
34,0
41,0
41,0
48,0
58,0
65,0
80,0

A/F1
28,0
36,0
36,0
41,0
50,0
55,0
70,0

Dimension

Article No.

15 x Rp1/2
18 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4

480495.4
480496.5
480497.6

Z
41,0
41,0
45,0

21,0
21,0
24,0

L1
36,0
39,0
45,0

Z1

L2

8,0
9,0
11,0

23,0
24,0
27,0

Dist.
holes
40,0
40,0
40,0

G6360 Coupling with nut


(press x female thread)

Dimension
15 x Rp7/8
22 x Rp1 1/8
28 x Rp1 3/8

Article No.
480373.3
480374.4
480375.5

a
29,0
34,0
41,0

Z
9,0
13,0
18,0

A/F
34,0
41,0
48,0
Providing suitable solutions

271

Carbon steel

6.3
6.6

G7301 Stop end


(1 x press)

VSH
6 Product range
272

Dimension
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Article No.
480457.1
480458.0
480459.1
480460.2
480461.3
480462.4
480463.5

L
20,0
20,0
21,0
23,0
26,0
30,0
35,0

273

6.6 XPress Copper



Solar

G7999 O-ring standard


(yellow, NBR) for copper GAS

Dimension
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Article No.
480510.8
480511.9
480512.1
480513.0
480514.1
480515.2
480516.3

Providing suitable solutions

Copper Solar

274

6.6

S7270 Straight coupling

S7270S Slip coupling

(2 x press)

(2 x press)

Dimension
15 x 15
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
480800.1
480801.2
480802.3
480803.4
480804.5
480805.6

Z
43,0
46,0
50,0
62,0
71,0
83,0

3,0
4,0
4,0
6,0
7,0
9,0

Dimension
15 x 15
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
480806.7
480807.8
480808.9
480809.1
480810.0
480811.1

Z
80,0
84,0
91,0
99,0
119,0
141,0

25,0
25,0
30,0
26,0
30,0
35,0

Providing suitable solutions

275

Copper Solar

276

6.6

S7002A Elbow 90

S7001A Elbow 90

(2 x press)

(press x male)

Dimension
15 x 15
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
480841.9
480842.1
480843.0
480844.1
480845.2
480846.3

L
38,0
47,0
56,0
68,0
80,0
100,0

r
17,0
26,0
34,0
42,0
50,0
65,0

18,0
26,0
34,0
42,0
50,0
65,0

Dimension
15 x 15
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No. L
480847.4
36,0
480848.5
47,0
480849.6
58,0
480850.7
69,0
480851.8
81,0
480852.9
100,0

Z
16,0
27,0
34,0
44,0
52,0
66,0

L1
50,0
58,0
64,0
82,0
101,0
120,0

r
18,0
26,0
34,0
42,0
50,0
65,0

Providing suitable solutions

277

Copper Solar

278

6.6

S7041 Elbow 45

S7040 Elbow 45

(2 x press)

(press x male)

Dimension
15 x 15
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
480867.2
480868.3
480869.4
480870.5
480871.6
480872.7

Z
28,0
33,0
41,0
47,0
57,0
68,0

r
8,0
14,0
19,0
22,0
28,0
32,0

18,0
26,0
34,0
42,0
50,0
65,0

Dimension
15 x 15
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No. L
480873.8
28,0
480874.9
32,0
480875.1
37,0
480876.0
43,0
480877.1
51,0
480878.2
62,0

Z
8,0
11,0
14,0
17,0
21,0
27,0

L1
37,0
44,0
47,0
58,0
71,0
82,0

r
18,0
26,0
34,0
42,0
50,0
65,0

Providing suitable solutions

279

Copper Solar

280

6.6

S7130 Tee equal

S7130 Tee reduced

(3 x press)

(3 x press)

Dimension
15 x 15 x 15
22 x 22 x 22
28 x 28 x 28
35 x 35 x 35
42 x 42 x 42
54 x 54 x 54

Article No. L
480879.3
32,0
480880.4
37,0
480881.5
42,0
480882.6
50,0
480883.7
58,0
480884.8
69,0

Z
12,0
16,0
19,0
24,0
28,0
34,0

L1
32,0
37,0
42,0
50,0
58,0
69,0

Z1
12,0
16,0
19,0
24,0
28,0
34,0

Dimension
15 x 22 x 15
22 x 15 x 22
28 x 15 x 28
28 x 22 x 28
35 x 15 x 35
35 x 22 x 35
35 x 28 x 35
42 x 15 x 42
42 x 22 x 42
42 x 28 x 42
42 x 35 x 42
54 x 22 x 54
54 x 28 x 54
54 x 35 x 54
54 x 42 x 54

Article No.
480910.1
480885.9
480886.1
480887.0
480888.1
480889.2
480890.3
480891.4
480892.5
480893.6
480894.7
480895.8
480896.9
480897.1
480898.0

Z
32,0
37,0
42,0
42,0
45,0
49,0
50,0
50,0
50,0
56,0
56,0
60,0
60,0
67,0
69,0

12,0
16,0
19,0
19,0
19,0
23,0
24,0
20,0
20,0
26,0
26,0
25,0
25,0
36,0
34,0

L1
34,0
38,0
40,5
41,0
44,0
44,0
44,0
47,5
47,5
49,0
50,0
53,5
55,0
66,0
64,0

Z1
18,0
18,0
21,0
20,0
24,0
23,0
21,0
28,0
27,0
26,0
24,0
33,0
32,0
25,0
34,0

Providing suitable solutions

281

Copper Solar

282

6.6

S7130 Tee reduced

S7243 Reducer

(3 x press)

(male x press)

Dimension
22 x 22 x 15
28 x 28 x 15
28 x 28 x 22
35 x 35 x 22
35 x 35 x 28

Article No.
480899.1
480900.2
480901.3
480902.4
480903.5

L
37,0
42,0
42,0
51,0
51,0

Z
16,0
19,0
19,0
25,0
25,0

L1
37,0
42,0
42,0
50,0
50,0

Z1
16,0
19,0
19,0
25,0
25,0

L2
46,0
42,0
52,0
51,0
51,0

Z2
26,0
31,0
31,0
51,0
45,0

L
37,0
42,0
42,0
51,0
51,0
51,0

Z
16,0
19,0
19,0
25,0
25,0
25,0

L1
44,0
41,0
41,0
44,0
44,0
44,0

Z1
18,0
21,0
20,0
23,0
23,0
21,0

L2
43,0
49,0
48,5
67,0
63,0
67,0

Z2
23,0
28,0
28,0
45,0
40,0
44,0

S7130 Tee reduced


(3 x press)

Dimension
22 x 15 x 15
28 x 15 x 22
28 x 22 x 22
35 x 22 x 22
35 x 22 x 28
35 x 28 x 28

Article No.
480904.1
480905.7
480906.8
480907.9
480908.1
480909.0

Dimension
22 x 15
28 x 15
28 x 22
35 x 22
35 x 28
42 x 22
42 x 28
42 x 35
54 x 28
54 x 35
54 x 42

Article No.
480824.3
480825.4
480826.5
480827.6
480828.7
480829.8
480830.9
480831.1
480832.0
480833.1
480834.2

Z
54,0
62,0
56,0
68,0
66,0
76,0
73,0
75,0
89,0
90,0
89,0

d
34,0
42,0
34,4
47,0
44,0
55,0
48,0
48,0
67,0
63,0
58,0

d1
22,0
28,0
28,0
35,0
35,0
42,0
42,0
42,0
54,0
54,0
54,0

15
15
22
22
28
22
28
35
28
35
42

Providing suitable solutions

283

Copper Solar

284

6.6

S6130G Tee threaded

S6243G Straight connector

(press x female thread x press)

(press x male thread)

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2 x 15
22 x Rp1/2 x 22
22 x Rp3/4 x 22
28 x Rp1/2 x 28
28 x Rp3/4 x 28
35 x Rp1/2 x 35
42 x Rp1/2 x 42

Article No.
480911.2
480912.3
480913.4
480914.5
480915.6
480916.7
480917.8

L
41,0
42,0
45,0
44,0
41,0
50,0
57,0

Z
21,0
21,0
24,0
21,0
18,0
24,0
27,0

L1
23,0
26,0
27,0
29,0
34,0
34,0
38,0

Z1
11,0
11,0
11,0
14,0
14,0
19,0
23,0

Dimension
15 x R1/2
22 x R3/4
28 x R1
35 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/2
54 x R2

Article No.
480818.8
480819.9
480820.1
480821.0
480822.1
480823.2

Z
37,0
40,0
44,0
50,0
58,0
63,0

17,0
21,0
21,0
24,0
28,0
28,0

A/F
21,0
30,0
36,0
41,0
51,0
63,0

Providing suitable solutions

285

Copper Solar

S6270G

Straight connector

S6092G Angle adapter 90

(press x female thread)

286

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1
35 x Rp1 1/4
42 x Rp1 1 /2
54 x Rp2

Article No.
480812.2
480813.3
480814.4
480815.5
480816.6
480817.7

6.6

(press x male thread)

Z
38,0
39,0
45,0
50,0
54,0
63,0

3,0
2,0
2,0
1,0
2,0
2,0

A/F
25,0
30,0
37,0
46,0
53,0
65,0

Dimension
15 x R1/2
22 x R3/4
28 x R1
35 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/2
54 x R2

Article No.
480853.1
480854.0
480855.1
480856.2
480857.3
480858.4

L
38,0
49,0
58,0
55,0
62,0
70,0

Z
19,0
28,0
36,0
30,0
32,0
35,0

L1
34,0
45,0
53,0
47,0
51,0
63,0

Providing suitable solutions

287

Copper Solar

288

6.6

S6090G Angle adapter 90

S6330 Straight union

(press x female thread)

(2 x press)

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1
35 x Rp1 1/4
42 x Rp1 1/2
54 x Rp2

Article No.
480859.5
480860.6
480861.7
480862.8
480863.9
480864.1

L
41,0
45,0
51,0
55,0
85,0
104,0

Z
20,0
24,0
28,0
29,0
57,0
72,0

L1
24,0
27,0
33,0
45,0
45,0
54,0

Z1
15,0
11,0
14,0
21,0
26,0
33,0

Dimension
15 x 15
22 x 22
28 x 28
35 x 35
42 x 42
54 x 54

Article No.
480835.3
480836.4
480837.5
480838.6
480839.7
480840.8

L
60,0
68,0
73,0
71,0
91,0
98,0

Z
20,0
26,0
27,0
19,0
31,0
28,0

G
3/4
1
1 1/4
1 1/2
1 3/4
2 3/8

A/F
30,0
36,0
46,0
52,0
58,0
75,0

A/F1
25,0
32,0
40,0
46,0
51,0
65,0

Providing suitable solutions

289

Copper Solar

290

6.6

S6331G Straight union

S6330G Straight union

(press x male thread)

(press x female thread)

Dimension
15 x R1/2
22 x R3/4
28 x R1
35 x R1 1/4
42 x R1 1/2
54 x R2

Article No.
480924.4
480925.5
480926.6
480927.7
480928.8
480929.9

L
62,0
74,0
76,0
79,0
88,0
101,0

Z
42,0
53,0
53,0
53,0
58,0
66,0

G
3/4
1
1 1/4
1 1/2
1 3/4
2 3/8

A/F
30,0
36,0
46,0
52,0
58,0
75,0

A/F1
25,0
32,0
40,0
46,0
51,0
65,0

Dimension
15 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4
28 x Rp1
35 x Rp1 1/4
42 x Rp1 1/2
54 x Rp2

Article No.
480930.1
480931.0
480932.1
480933.2
480934.3
480935.4

Z
30,0
43,0
43,0
52,0
48,0
50,0

52,0
68,0
65,0
74,0
83,0
90,0

G
3/4
1
1 1/4
1 1/2
1 3/4
2 3/8

A/F
30,0
36,0
46,0
52,0
58,0
75,0

A/F1
26,0
32,0
43,0
48,0
53,0
65,0

Dist.
holes

S6472G Wallplate 90
(press x female thread)

Dimension

Article No.

L1

Z1

L2

15 x Rp1/2
22 x Rp3/4

480865.0
480866.1

41,0
45,0

21,0
24,0

36,0
45,0

8,0
11,0

23,0
27,0

40,0
40,0

Providing suitable solutions

291

Copper Solar

6.6
6.7

7 Index

S7301 Stop end


(1 x press)

VSH
6 Product range
292

Dimension
15
22
28
35
42
54

Article No.
480918.9
480919.1
480920.0
480921.1
480922.2
480923.3

L
20,0
21,0
23,0
26,0
30,0
35,0

293

6.7 Tools

C 1700 O-ring special


(green, Viton) for copper
Dimension
15
18
22
28
35
42
54

Article No.
480521.8
480522.9
480523.1
480524.0
480525.1
480526.2
480527.3

Providing suitable solutions

Carbon steel
Tools
P 5991/P 5999 Press tool Novopress
AFP 101 + jaw +case
AFP 101
AFP 101 jaw
AFP 101 jaw
AFP 101 jaw
AFP 101 jaw
AFP 101 jaw
AFP 101 (9,6 V) battery
AFP 101 (9,6 V) charger

Dimension
15-22-28
12-28
12
15
18
22
28

6.3
6.7

P 5990 Press jaws Novopress


Article No.
620919.2
620815.8
620920.3
620921.4
620922.5
620923.6
620924.7
620928.0
620930.2

ZB 203 adapter
ECOTEC sling
ECOTEC sling
ECOTEC sling

Dimension
42-54
35
42
54

Article No.
634082.9
624103.7
620579.3
620580.4

Dimension
12-108

Article No.
620570.5

P 5997 Press tool Novopress


ECO 301

P 5992/P 5996 Press tool Novopress


294

EFP 2
EFP 202 + case
AFP 202 + battery + charger
+ case
AFP 202 + jaws + battery +
charger + case
AFP 202 + jaws + battery +
charger + case
ECO 202 + case
ECO 202 + jaws + case
ACO 202 + battery +
charger + case
ACO 202 + jaws + battery +
charger + case

Dimension
12-54
12-54
12-54

Article No.
620592.5
634064.2
634060.9

12-15-18-2228-35
15-22-28-35

634066.4

12-54
12-15-18-2228-35
12-54

634016.9
634069.7
624141.1

15-22-28-35

634068.6

634066.4

P 5990 Press jaws Novopress


ECOTEC jaw
ECOTEC jaw
ECOTEC jaw
ECOTEC jaw
ECOTEC jaw
ECOTEC jaw

Dimension
12
15
18
22
28
35

Article No.
620533.1
620534.2
620535.3
620536.4
620537.5
620538.6

ECO301 + case

12-108

620550.7

295

P 5989 Press jaws/slings Novopress


ECO 301/ACO 3 jaw
ECO 301/ACO 3 jaw
ECO 301/ACO 3 jaw
ECO 301/ACO 3 jaw
ECO 301/ACO 3 jaw
ECO 301/ACO 3 jaw
ZB 302 adapter
ECO 301 sling
ECO 301 sling
ECO 301 sling
VSH Power sling
VSH Power sling
ZB 321 adapter
ZB 322 adapter
ECO 301 sling
ECO 301 sling
ECO 301 sling
ECO 301 Copper sling

Dimension
12
15
18
22
28
35
35-42-54-64
42
54
64
42
54
76-89-108/1
108/2
76,1
88,9
108
108

Article No.
620572.7
620573.8
620574.9
620575.1
620576.0
620577.1
620585.9
620579.3
620580.4
620581.5
624104.8
624105.9
620586.1
620587.0
620582.6
620583.7
620584.8
620524.3

Providing suitable solutions

Carbon steel
Tools
K 3297 Press tool Klauke
UAP2 battery
powered (12 V)

Dimension
12 - 54

Extra battery for UAP2

Article No.
072908.0

072910.2

P 5010 Press jaws Klauke


Dimension
12
15

KSP3
KSP3

296

KSP3
KSP3
KSP3
KSP3
KSP3
KSP3

18
22
28
35
42
54

Article No.
620600.2
620601.3
620602.4
620603.5
620604.6
620605.7
620614.5
620618.9

C 1440 Stripping tool


for PP-Carbon steel
Dimension
15
18
22
28
32-54
For removing the PP coating at the insertion depth

Blades for carbon steel stripping tool

KSP3
KSP3
KSP3
KSP3
KSP3

Article No.
626001.2

Dimension
76,1-108

Article No.
620610.1

626002.3
626003.4

Dimension
15-18
22-28
35-54

Article No.
621201.9
621202.1
621203.0

R 2742 Insertion depth marker

for stainless steel and carbon steel


Dimension
Adapters for slings
42/54 mm
42 mm (without pressing
inserts)
54 mm (without pressing
inserts)
76,1
88,9
108

Article No.
621184.3
621185.4
621186.5
621187.6
621188.7

C 1441 Blades for carbon steel stripping tool

P 5014 Press slings Klauke


KSP3

6.3
6.7

Dimension
12-54

Article No.
621204.1

Dimension
12-54

Article No.
621189.8

R 2743 Deburr tool

620611.2
620612.3
620613.4

K 3293 Press tool Klauke


UAP100 Big Press
230 V

Providing suitable solutions

297