Chapter

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Table of contents
Appendix – technical information
Page
Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries – Level measurement

532

Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries – Thermometers

533

Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries – Resistance thermometers

534

Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries – Pressure gauges

535

Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries – Diaphragm seals

536

Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries – Pressure transducers

537

Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries – Water analysis

538

Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries – Gas analysis

06

07

539–540

Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries – Event reporting systems

541

Conversion table pressure units

542

Selection criteria for pressure gauges
(safety considerations) according to EN 837-2

543–544

Dials for pressure gauges – graduation

545–547

Temperature scales for refrigerating agents

05

08

09

548

10

Informationen on the flange standard EN 1092 / International comparsion of grades 549
Information on the Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EG (DGRL)

550

Information on EN 50379 – Flue gas analysis

551

Approval Certificates

552–553

General terms and conditions of sale

554–555

AFRISO quality products
A–Z Product Finder/Keyword Index

11

12

556

13

557–560
14

15

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www.afriso.de 531

Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries
Level measurement
01

Company:

Project/enquiry:

Quantity

02
Requirements

03
Preferred measuring principle

04

05

06

07

Required outputs 

Level measurement with local display 
Level measurement without local display 
Min. level switch 
Max. level switch 
Level control 
Other:
Level detection:
Continuous measurement: 
PTC thermistor 
Mechanical 
Conductivity 
Pneumatic 
Vibration 
Capacitance 
Rotary paddle 
Hydrostatic 
Capacitance 
Ultrasonic 
Guided micropulse (TDR) 
Magnetostrictive 
4 –20 mA 
0 –10 V 
HART 
RS 232 
Level switching contacts, number  Other:

Required accuracy
Medium to be measured

08

Viscosity/density/size of granules
Dielectric constant (ε r )
Surface

09

10

Changing media
Ex protection
Overfill alarm system required
Temperatures
Tank height/diameter 

Calm 
Turbulent 
Yes 
No 
No
Tmax medium:

Foam  Yes,
thickness: 
No
Water content: 
No 
Yes, Ex zone 
Yes, (WHG/TRbF)
Tmax ambient:

11
Tank shape

12

Is the tank pressurised?
Is the tank under vaccum?
Required process connection

13

14

15

Mounting position
Location of tank
Tank material
Are there stirrers, struts or
other obstructions in the tank
(please enclose sketch)

532 Division II 

Cylindrical 
Rectangular  Square 
Vertical 
Horizontal 
No, without pressure 
Yes, max. pressure:
bar 
No 
Yes, max. vacuum
bar 
G1B 
G11/2B 
G2B 
Flange: 
Other: 
Top mounting 
Side mounting 
Other: 
Aboveground 
Underground 
Welded in basement

Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries
Thermometers
Company:

Project/enquiry:

01

Quantity

02

Application
Medium to be measured

03
Version
Housing diameter
Range 

Bimetal thermometer 
Gas filled thermometer 
34  50  63  80  100  160  250

Connection
Connection type 

Bottom 
Back 
Plain stem 
Sep. screw-in thermowell 
Sep. weld-in thermowell 
DIN/EN thermowell
Neck 
No 
Yes
mm 
G  NPT 
BSPT 
1/4  3/8  1/2  3/4 
Other:

Connection thread

04 
Rotatable or pivoted 
Loose male connection 
Loose union nut 
Compression fitting, adjustable 
Fixed male connection

05

06 

For welding

07

Stem length
Mounting for capillary type

08 

Bracket for wall mounting 
Back flange 
3-hole fixing panel mounting bezel

Capillary length

09
Housing

Filling
Stem material
Thermowell material
Dial

Accuracy
Electrical contacts
(only for gas filled thermometers) 

Plastic 
Sheet steel 
Stainless steel with push on bezel Stainless steel with bayonet
type bezel 
Without 
Glycerine  Silicone oil 
Other: 
Brass 
Stainless steel 1.4571/1.4541 
Other: 
Brass 
Steel 
Stainless steel 
Other: 
Single scale as per EN 
Dual scale: 
Special scale:
Customer´s logo  Yes  No Manufacturer´s logo  Yes  No
Class  1  2 According to EN 13190 
No 
Magnetic spring contact  Inductive contact  Electronic contact 
Single 
Double 
Triple
Switching function:

10

11

12

13

14
Other

15

Division II 533

for zone _____________  0–10 V . output signal  4–20 mA  Measuring range of transmitter:  No  Yes.5  Other:  1/4  Mounting flange  쏗 41 mm  쏗 80 mm.Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries Resistance thermometers 01 Company: Project/enquiry: Quantity 02 Application Medium to be measured 03 04 Temperatures Tmax of medium: Tmax ambient: Pressure loads Static: Dynamic: from to Measuring range 05 Sensor 1x  Pt 100  Class B  2-wire Neck  No  Yes. lenght mm  Material 1. DN 25.4571  Other material: mm 06 07 Installation length 2x  Pt 500  Pt 1000  Other:  Class A according to IEC 751  3-wire  4-wire Process connection  Fixed male connection  Compression fitting G  NPT M  Other:  1/2  18x1. PN 40  Other: 11 Material for process connection or thermowell Reduced measuring tip  Stainless steel 1. adjustable  Clamp DN  DIN 11851 DN  Hygienic DN  Other: 10 Thermowell  Weld-in thermowell as per DIN:  Flanged thermowell. blind flange.4571  Other:  No  Yes  4 mm 08 09  6 mm 12 13 Required connection head or electrical connection Transmitter installation Ex protection 14 Other 15 534 Division II  No  Yes.5  14x1.

Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries Pressure gauges Company: Project/enquiry: 01 Quantity 02 Application Medium to be measured 03 Temperatures Pressure loads Measuring system Housing diameter Range Connection Connection thread Mounting type Housing Housing with blow-out Filling Front glass Wetted parts Special coatings (diaphragm) Measuring system helium tested Dial Accuracy class Electrical contacts Tmax of medium: Tmax ambient: Tmin of medium: Tmin ambient: Static: Dynamic: from to 04  Bourdon tube element  Capsule element  Diaphragm M  Magnetic piston  Other:  Spring diaphragm  40  50  63  80  100  160  250 mm  41/2“  Bottom  Back  Radial at o´clock  G  NPT  BSPT  1/8  1/4  3/8  1/2  3/4  Other:  Direct  Back flange  Sheet steel.5  No  Magnetic spring contact  Inductive contact  Electronic contact  Single  Double  Triple  Quadruple Switching function: Other Division II 535 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 .1  0.25  0.0  1.6  2.4571  Monel  Other:  PTFE  Other: 6  Yes qpv= 10  No  Single scale as per EN  Dual scale:  Special scale: Customer´s logo  Yes  No Manufacturer´s logo  Yes  No  0. black  Hot pressed brass  Stainless steel  Stainless steel with bayonet type bezel with clip-in front glass  Yes  No  Safety version S3  Without  Glycerine  Silicone oil  Other:  Plastic  Instrument glass  Laminated safety glass Must be resistant to solvents  Yes  No Must be resistant to:  Brass  Steel  Stainless steel 1. black  Stainless steel  3-hole fixing panel  Black  Chrome plated  Stainless steel mounting bezel  3-Panel mounting  Black  Chrome plated  Stainless steel bezel + clamp fixing  Plastic  Sheet steel.6  1.

Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries Diaphragm seals 01 Company: Project/enquiry: Quantity 02 Application Medium to be measured 03 Material for wetted parts 04 05 Temperatures Pressure loads Tmax of medium: Tmin of medium: Static: Vacuum  Yes Tmax ambient: Tmin ambient: Dynamic: from to  No Special requirements 06 07 Information on the pressure gauge Housing diameter  Pressure gauge  63  100  160  Pressure transducer --- Range/measuring range 08 Connection 09 Please refer to Questionnaire/checklists „Pressure gauges“ and „Pressure transducers“ for additional specifications 10 Details on the diaphragm seal 11 Process connection (thread type and size / nominal width and nominal pressure) Material Other 12 13 14 15  Bottom  Back  Diaphragm seal  In-line chemical seal ---  Tongue-type diaphragm seal Mounting of pressure gauge to diaphragm seal Direct mounting  Yes  No Cooling element between  Yes  No pressure gauge and diaphragm seal Mounting with capillary tube Capillary length m Protective hose  Yes  No Height difference between pressure gauge and diaphragm seal cm Calibration temperature  +20 °C (=standard)  Others: Preferred filling liquid Other 536 Division II .

0 % FS 08 09 10 12 13 14 Other 15 Division II 537 .Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries Pressure transducers Company: Project/enquiry: 01 Quantity 02 Application Medium to be measured 03 Material for wetted parts Temperatures Tmax of medium: Tmax ambient: Pressure loads Static: Dynamic: from Measuring principle  Piezo-resistive ceramic measuring cell  Piezo-resistive stainless  Capacitance ceramic measuring cell steel measuring cell 04 to 05 Measuring range 06 Pressure type  Relative pressure  Absolute pressure Connection type/connection thread  Standard  Protruding diaphragm  Flush G  NPT  Other:  1/8  1/4  1/2  Other:  Diaphragm seal mounted: Clamp connection: Dairy fitting DIN 11851:  Standard  Weatherproof housing  Submersible probe  Weatherproof housing with display  Plug DIN 43650-A  Fixed cable metres  PUR cable  FEP cable  Plug-in connector  4–20 mA  0–20 mA  0–10 V  Other:  HART  RS 232 07 Accuracy of measurement  0.1 11 Ex protection  No  Yes. for zone: Accessories  Digital display unit  Without switching output for panel mounting  With switching outputs  Digital plug-in display  Integrated display  Isolating amplifier  Isolating amplifier with power supply Housing Electrical connection Output signal  0.35  0.5  Differential pressure  1.25  0.

=  Lead2+ =  Calcium Ca2+ =  Fluoride F .5  Other thread:  Installation into existing fitting (please specify): Electrode design  Standard 120 mm/Ø 12 mm  Miniature screw-in electrode  Special design (please specify)  Electrode with fixed cable.=  Potassium K+ =  Sodium Na+ =  Silver/ sulphide Ag+/S2. length= m Plug:  BNC  S7  DIN plug  Without  Electrode with plug  BNC  S7  DIN plug  Other: 08 09 10 11 12 13 Other 14 15 538 Division III .Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries Water analysis 01 Company: Project/enquiry: Quantity 02 03 Application Parameters to be measured and measuring range Standard:  pH value  Redox  Conductivity= mS/cm Ion-selective (mg/l):  Ammonium NH4+ =  Bromide Br .g. ammonia in mg/l or mol/l): Measuring system/situation  Portable  Stationary  Electrode only  Installation in pipeline  Thread PG13.= Gases dissolved in the water (mg/l):  Carbon dioxide CO2 =  Oxygen O2 =  Chlorine Cl2 =  Ammonia NH3= 04 05 06 07 Measurement conditions Temperature= ºC Pressure= mbar absolute Flow speed= m/s pH value= Conductivity= mS/cm Redox = mV Salinity= Disruptive components (e.=  Copper Cu2+ =  Nitrate NO3.=  Chloride Cl .=  Iodide/Cyanide/I-/CN.

coal dust. % Measuring point  Natural gas  Ambient air  Waste 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 Division III 539 . fly ash. Group: 3 mg/m mg/m3 mg/m3 mg/m3 *mg/m3. Group:  Minimum ºC  Mean ºC  Maximum ºC  Outdoor  In closed room  Ex zone at sampling point. tar fog. etc. ppm. 200 °C)  Minimum mbar  Mean mbar  Maximum mbar ºC  Minimum  Mean ºC  Maximum ºC  Outdoor  In enclosed room  Ex zone at sampling point. Zone: . Class: . metal dust. gas cooler available  Yes. Measured component**        **Please tick by vol. Class: . e.  Continuous measurement  Intermittent measurement (selectable) ºC  No  Yes. please offer gas cooler  Not heated  Frost protection  High temperature version (max. Zone: .Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries Gas analysis Company: Project/enquiry: 01 Quantity 02 Application Type of gas to be analysed (designation) Fuel type (for flue gas measurement) Composition of gas to be measured  Exhaust gas  Flue gas  Inert gas  Process gas  Gas  Oil  Coal  Wood  Other: Concentration range (physical unit)* Dew point of gas to be measured Separation of water possible? Required temperature in gas paths Pressure of gas at sampling point Temperature of gas at sampling point Sampling point Ambient temperature on site Installation site Pollution of gas to be measured.g.

) 01 02 03 Corrosive gas components (please indicate components and concentration) Length of gas pipe between sampling point and gas analyser Number of measuring points Output signals  Not heated  Heated 1 2  4–20 mA  0–10 V  2–10 V  0–20 mA  Interface: Automatic calibration  Yes  No  Portable  Mobile Cabinet:  Wall mounting  19“ rack mounting  Sheet steel  Glass-fibre reinforced plastic Mounting frame/field devices:  Cabinet  Accessible container  Wall mounting 04 05 Type of measuring system 06 07 08 % % % % by by by by vol./ppm vol./ppm m m 3 Measuring system Emission measuring system:  No  Yes:  TA-Luft  13th BImSchV  17th BImSchV  27th BImSchV  30th BImSchV  Operational measurement Process measurement:  No  Yes:  Chemical/petrochemical industry  Other./ppm vol.Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries Gas analysis (cont./ppm vol. specify industry: 09 10 11 Miscellaneous/ system sketch 12 13 14 15 540 Division III .

for zone:  Battery operated  Mains operated  GSM  Public telephone network  Other:  Digital Number: __________  Analogue Number:__________  SMS  Call  Internet/E-Mail  Local alarm:  Visual  Audible  Other:  Additional switching outputs:  Additional alarm units  Not required  Required – desired parameters: 06 07 08 09 Remote programming  Not required  Required – desired parameters: Safety functions  Not required  Required – desired parameters: Data logging  Not required  Required – desired parameters: Data management and visualisation via Webservice (www.  Gas  Smoke  Fire  Water  Low water  Process temperature  Room temperature  Doors  Windows  Burglary  Other parameters: Ex protection Supply voltage Data transmission Required alarm inputs Required alarms Remote data polling 03 04 05  No  Yes.afriso-net.com)  Not required  Optional  Required 10 11 12 13 14 Other 15 Division II 541 .Questionnaire/Checklist for enquiries Event reporting systems Company: Project/enquiry: 01 Quantity 02 Application Parameters to be monitored  Level  Min/max  Continuous  Liquid  Solid  Leak  Tank leaks  Burst pipes  Other:  Dangerous cond.

089 6894.25 980.63 4.0000254 0.6 101.556 1 760 735.1019716 345.980665 1.0338639 1 kPa 1 MPa 1 kp/mm² 1 kp/cm² 1 atm 1 mmHg 1 mWs 1 mmWs 1 psi 1 "H2O 1 "Hg 15 1 Pa 14 0.92126 28.463 "H2O 39.0254 0.00986923 0.2953 0.000133322 0.325 98.001 13 1 mbar 542 Division II 33.53524 406.559 73555.000013951 0.62 7.3 0.01325 0.894757 0.062 mmHg 0.00980665 0.3344 145.1450377 0.595 1 27.0980665 0.03529 0.0980665 98.7008 39370.401463 401.001422327 0.316 25.068046 0.7841 9.000009807 9.019716 0.01 1 0.8639 2.001 0.50062 0.000345312 0.000986923 0.01 10 98.01463 2.001 1 0.000009869 0.0033864 0.01450377 14.0665 1.4 1.08 4014.50377 psi 03 mbar 02 bar 01 Unit Conversion table for standard pressure units .3224 101325 98066.001019716 0.1019716 1.68 1 0.00750062 0.1 1.38858 393.000010197 0.03613 1 13.07356 2.00001 0.986923 0.01019716 0.01360 10.4 249.70307 0.00135951 0.86832 51.5 10000 10 0.001333224 0.0000101972 0.070307 0.1333224 0.80665 9806.65 1000 1 0.000000102 0.01033227 0.60 10332.715217 0.665 98066.073556 73.9 7500.19716 10197.49115 0.5 9806650 1000000 1000 1 100 100000 11 1000 0.01019716 10.0001 0.001 0.9716 0.9716 0.27 10000 1000000 101971.01019716 atm 0.07 1 1000 13.00980665 3.0001019716 0.033227 1 100 10.9016 295.0665 9806.80665 1 0.03937 29.80665 0.19716 1 0.53 "Hg 0.000001 0.757 9.00401463 0.3864 0.03342104 0.00254 0.002458317 0.0665 0.345316 0.4 703.001 0.000249089 0.0980665 9.000098067 0.333224 1013.0.86923 0.02953 29.00249089 0.4223274 0.0967841 25.01 1 12 3386.223344 1422.002895902 1.000145038 0.37008 0.6959 14.001 0.03937008 0.101325 0.33227 10 1000 101.8959016 0.1 0.49089 68.750062 750.249089 6.001315789 101.1 100 10 1 09 1 bar 08 kp/cm² 07 kp/mm² 06 MPa 05 kPa 04 Pa 0.65 133.1019716 0.006894757 0.959016 2895.94757 0.0070307 0.0002953 0.06894757 0.000096784 0.19716 mWs 10.967841 96.019336 14.000001 0.0001019716 0.0377 0.0345312 0.16 mmWs 0.

RF 63 Si D 8x2 09 0 S1 S2 S3 Pressure gauges without blow-out Pressure gauges with blow-out Safety pressure gauges without solid baffle wall Safety pressure gauges with solid baffle wall (for higher level of safety) 10 11 Note 1: Pressure gauges for oxygen and acetylene must meet the requirements for safety pressure gauges (NG 40 – 80 S2. NG 63/100/160 S3). 12 Note 2: Pressure gauges filled with glycerine must not be used for oxygen or other oxidization process fluids. RF 63 RG. RF 50 SK D 902. RF 63 MK/IK D 3x2 RF 63 D 7x2. RF 50/63 ST. Users must take into consideration any knowledge they have of their own specific requirements and may also use safety pressure gauges at pressures below 25 bar. Note 3: This table contains the standard safety version with the corresponding keys. Division II 543 .Selection criteria for pressure gauges (safety considerations) according to EN 837-2 Medium Housing Nominal size Range bar Abbreviation key for minimum safety version AFRISOtype designation 01 Liquid Without filling 40/50/63/80 100/160/250 < 25 < > 25 25 > 25 With filling 40/50/63/80 100/160/250 < 25 < > 25 25 > 25 0 0 0 0 S1 S1 S1 S1 All All All All D6/D7/ D8 D6/D7/ D8 D7/ D8 D7/ D8 02 03 04 Medium Housing Nominal size Range bar Abbreviation key for minimum safety version AFRISOtype designation Gas or steam (attention: does not apply to oxygen + acetylene*) Without filling With filling 40/50/63/80 100/160/250 40/50/63/80 100/160/250 < 25 < < < > 25 25 > 25 25 > 25 25 > 25 0 S2 S1 All „A“ D4/D9 S3 S1 RF D6/D7/ 100/160 Si D8 D4x2 05 S2 S1 S3 06 „B“ D6/D7 D8 RF 100/160 Si D8x2 07 Explanations of key: 08 „A“ „B“ RF 63 Ch D 9x2. 13 14 15 * Please refer to page 544 for pressure gauges for oxygen and acetylene. halocarbon) are suitable for such applications. RF 50/63 GT. RF 63 Si D 4x2.g. High concentration fluorine liquids and chlorinated liquids (e.

All materials for wetted parts (parts coming into contact with oxygen or acetylene) must comply with EN 29539. 03 Pressure gauges for oxygen 04 05 The Bourdon tube and other wetted parts must be free from oil and grease. Only those lubricants suitable for oxygen at maximum operating pressure may be used. The dial must bear the word "oxygen" in English and the international symbol for "free from oil and grease" (symbol 0248 according to ISO 7000 with the "oil prohibited" symbol): 06 07 08 Oxygen and acetylene 09 NG 40 – 80 S 2/S 3 NG 100 – 250 S3 10 Version 11 12 13 14 15 544 Division II RF RF RF RF RF RF RF 50 50 63 63 50 63 63 ST GT adapted to EN 562 ST GT adapted to EN 562 SK D 902 MK/IK D 3x2 Si D 4x2 RF 100 Si D 4x2 RF 160 Si D 4x2 .Selection criteria for pressure gauges (safety considerations) according to EN 837-2 01 Pressure gauges for oxygen and acetylene 02 Only safety pressure gauges (S2 and S3) may be used.

. 0 mbar Graduation 5 5 50 50 50 50 mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar Graduation 5 5 5 5 Example 01 02 03 Example mbar mbar mbar mbar 04 05 06 Ranges 0.... 0 mbar 0. +200 mbar -600.... 0.5 0...5 5 50 bar bar bar bar bar bar Graduation 0. +150 mbar -400....6 16 +15 160 bar bar bar bar bar Ranges 0..5 mbar mbar mbar mbar Ranges -60.... +100 mbar -250. 0 mbar Graduation 1 1 1 1 mbar mbar mbar mbar Ranges 0. 72x72 – accuracy classes 1.. +40 mbar -40... -1..1 0.02 0..5 5 bar bar bar bar bar Graduation 0.. +40 mbar -100.5 0..... 0 mbar Graduation 20 20 20 20 Example mbar mbar mbar mbar 10 11 12 Ranges 0. 2.. +9 0.6 +0. -1. +15 mbar -40. +4 mbar -10. 100 0. 1.. 0.. 0. +60 mbar Ranges 0. +6 mbar -6. +60 mbar -160.05 0.. 0 mbar 0.. 0.5 0. +250 mbar -250..... 4 +3 40 400 bar bar bar bar Graduation 0....5 0....5 5 5 mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar Graduation 0. 0 mbar Graduation 2 2 2 2 mbar mbar mbar mbar Ranges 0.. +400 mbar -1000... 40 mbar -15.05 0.. 63..5 Ranges 0... -0.......... 16 mbar -6.6 and 2. +25 mbar -25. 10 -1..05 0.. 600 mbar -200. 0 mbar Graduation 10 10 10 10 Example mbar mbar mbar mbar 07 08 09 Ranges 0.. -1.2 0.6 0 6 +5 60 600 bar bar bar bar bar bar Graduation 0..2 2 20 bar bar bar bar Ranges 0.05 0... +600 mbar -600..... 0. +6 mbar -16..2 0... 0 mbar Graduation 20 20 20 20 Example mbar mbar mbar mbar 13 14 15 Division II 545 .....2 2 20 bar bar bar bar bar bar Ranges 0.. 1000 bar bar bar bar bar bar Ranges 0....... 0 0..... 10 mbar -4.5 25 250 bar bar bar bar Graduation 0. -1.. -1.... 0... +10 mbar -25. 0 mbar Graduation 2 2 2 2 mbar mbar mbar mbar Ranges 0.02 0. 1000 mbar -400.5 +1..... 25 mbar -10. 0..5 0..Dials for pressure gauges – graduation Housing diameters (NG) 40.... 60 mbar -20..... 100 mbar -40...1 1 10 bar bar bar bar Ranges 0. 0. 0.. +150 mbar -150. 160 mbar -60.... 0 mbar Graduation 0... 50. 1 -1.. 0.....5 0.... 400 mbar -150.. 250 mbar -100.5 0..6..... +15 mbar -15.... +100 mbar -100...5 0..... 0 mbar Ranges 0. +20 mbar -60.. +400 mbar -400.. +10 mbar -10..

0 mbar Graduation 2 2 20 20 20 20 mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar Graduation 5 5 5 5 Example mbar mbar mbar mbar Graduation 5 5 5 5 Example Example mbar mbar mbar mbar 09 Ranges 10 11 0.. 1 -1...5 mbar mbar mbar mbar Graduation 0... +400 mbar -400.... +2 -6.1 0.. +15 mbar -15....... 0.... 0 mbar Ranges -40.1 0..5 25 250 0..1 1 10 bar bar bar bar bar bar 0... +10 mbar -10. 25 mbar -10.2 0... 10 mbar -4.. 250 mbar -100.. 0 mbar Graduation 1 1 10 10 10 10 mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar Graduation 1 1 10 10 10 10 Example mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar Example . 0. 160 0... 1.2 0....... 100 mbar -40.02 0.. 144x144 – accuracy classes 1. 0 mbar Ranges 0.5..05 bar 0. 40 mbar -15. 160... 16 mbar -6.5 0....6 Ranges 01 02 03 0. +0. +100 mbar -100.. 0.... +1. +15 0...01 0.... 60 -20...05 0.1 0.... +150 mbar -400... +4 -4....5 mbar -4..05 0.5 mbar -2... 40 mbar -1.. +600 mbar -600..5 bar 5 bar 0. +40 mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar Graduation 0. 0 mbar Ranges 0. +100 mbar -250...1 0..6.5 mbar mbar mbar mbar Ranges -60... 0.6 -1.5 0. 100.. +150 mbar -150.1 0....5 0.. 0 0. 0 mbar Graduation Ranges bar bar bar bar Graduation 0...5 0.. 0 mbar 0. 4 +3 40 400 bar bar bar bar 0. 0 mbar 0... +4 mbar -10.. -0. +60 mbar -160.. 0 mbar 0....2 0...1 0..... 96x96.. -1.01 0. 1600 07 08 bar bar bar bar bar bar 0...5 0..1 0.. 0 0.1 1 10 bar bar bar bar 12 Ranges 13 14 15 0.. 0. bar bar bar bar bar bar Graduation 0..1 1 1 mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar Graduation 0.5 0........ 600 mbar -200.... +9 0.. +2.. +15 mbar -40. +250 mbar -250. +10 mbar -25.6 0 6 +5 60 600 bar bar bar bar bar bar 546 Division II Graduation 0...... 16 -1... +25 mbar Ranges 0... 1000 Ranges 04 05 06 0..Dials for pressure gauges – graduation Housing diameters (NG) 80.. 400 mbar -150.. +400 mbar -1000..02 0. -1. 10 -1. +20 mbar -60....2 2 2 mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar Graduation 0. 0 mbar Ranges Graduation Ranges 2....5 5 50 bar bar bar bar bar bar Ranges 0. 100 0.. +6 mbar -6..1 0...05 bar 0.5 0. 0... +6 mbar -16.. 0.....5 +1.. +60 mbar Ranges 0.6 0. 1000 mbar -400.2 2 20 bar bar bar bar bar bar Graduation 0.1 1 1 mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar Ranges -25. +200 mbar -600... +40 mbar -100.. 0 mbar 0.5...0 and 1.. -1.. 0... 6 -2..... 0 mbar 0.2 0. 160 mbar -60...

. 0 mbar Graduation 0.5 0. 0.005 0.5 0.2 0..Dials for pressure gauges – graduation Housing diameters (NG) 160. +15 mbar -40....... +6 mbar -16. +4 -4.. 0.2 0.. -1...5 5 5 5 5 Example mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar 13 14 15 Division II 547 .. 60 -20.. -1.02 0. +250 mbar -250.......5 mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar Ranges -40. +40 mbar -100. +40 mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar Graduation 0. 0 mbar Graduation 0...05 0.. 0 0. +400 mbar -400. 0... 0. 100 mbar -40.6 16 +15 160 bar bar bar bar bar Ranges 0..005 0.. -1.2 0... +10 mbar -10....5 0. 0..6.2 mbar mbar mbar mbar Ranges 0. +10 mbar -25..01 0. 0 mbar Ranges 0. -1.. 25 mbar -10. 1 0 10 +9 100 bar bar bar bar bar Ranges 0... 0 mbar Graduation 2 2 2 2 Example mbar mbar mbar mbar 07 08 09 Ranges 0.....5 5 5 5 5 mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar Graduation 1 1 1 1 Example 01 02 03 Example mbar mbar mbar mbar 04 05 06 Ranges 0.1 1 bar bar bar bar bar Graduation 0. 600 mbar -200.. 0..1 0.. 0 mbar Graduation 2 2 2 2 Example mbar mbar mbar mbar 10 11 12 Ranges 0..005 0. 0.. 250 mbar -100.2 0...6 0 6 +5 60 600 bar bar bar bar bar bar Graduation 0....02 0.. +60 mbar Ranges 0.. 1.5 +1.2 2 bar bar bar bar Ranges 0... 250 – accuracy class 0.2 0.05 0... 0 mbar Graduation 0...05 0..... 0 mbar Graduation 0.....05 0. +600 mbar -600...5 25 250 bar bar bar bar Graduation 0.....5 5 bar bar bar bar bar bar Ranges 0.. 0. 400 mbar -150. 10 mbar -4...5 0.05 0.. -1......05 0. +2 -6.05 0.6 – DIN 16123 Ranges 0. +25 mbar -25.01 0...... +20 mbar -60.. +150 mbar -150.05 0. 0..5 mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar mbar Graduation 0. +100 mbar -250.. 160 mbar -60.1 0.05 0. 0 mbar Graduation 0... 0.... 16 mbar -6....2 2 bar bar bar bar Ranges 0... +4 mbar -10.. +15 mbar -15... -1.... +400 mbar -1000. 40 mbar -15. +6 mbar -6.... +100 mbar -100. 0 mbar 0.1 0.... -0.. +60 mbar -160......05 0... 0... +150 mbar -400...05 0. 4 +3 40 400 bar bar bar bar Graduation 0...6 +0.02 0.02 0. 1000 mbar -400.005 0. 2. +200 mbar -600. 0 mbar 0.......1 0.... 6 -2. -1..2 mbar mbar mbar mbar Ranges 0...5 bar bar bar bar bar Graduation 0..05 0.2 0.. 0..1 mbar mbar mbar mbar Ranges -60.... 0 mbar 0.

Temperature scales for refrigerating agent dew point temperature Examples for measuring range -1/+24 bar 01 R 134a R 134a/R 22 R 22/R 12/R 502 R 12 R 404A R 717 (NH3 ) 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 Standard colours for temperature scales: R 12 = blue/R 22 = green/R 502 und R 717 = red 548 Division II .

the old standards are still in use. Currently.4462 DIN X 5 CrNi 18 10 X 5 CrNiMo 17 123 X 2 CrNiMo 17 132 X 2 CrNiMo 18 143 X 2 CrNiMoN 22 53 AISI 304 316 316 L 316 L 318 L 1.5 DIN 2513 Recess 05 07 C DIN 2512 04 08 12.4404 Chemically identical 1.2 – 12.5 F Tongue Groove Spigot N D V 13 E R 13 06 3. However.Information on the flange standard EN 1092 / International comparison of grades Conversion to EN 1092 The new flange standard EN 10921 for all flange types has been in effect since June 2002.2 – 12./26. Flanges according to the old standard are available upon request.5 – 50 09 F 10 Spigot V 14 Recess * Typically PN 2.4301 1. This flange type differs from the former type C flanges as per DIN 2630 only in terms of the surface quality of the sealing surface.4435 resistance 1.2 – 12. AFRISO flanges AFRISO usually ships type B1 flanges as per EN 1092.4571 X 6 CrNiMoTi 17 122 316 Ti 13 DIN: Geman Institut for Standards 14 AISI: American Iron Steel Institute 15 Division II 549 . this will change since the old norms are no longer maintained and updated.5 – 50 C D E DIN 2630 to DIN 2638 40 – 160 40 16 B1 * 12. New standards will exclusively refer to EN 1092..5 to PN 40 R 14 DIN 2514 for O rings H 3.4401 1.5 – 50 Raised face B2 ** 3.) Flanges Sealing surface NEW (EN 1092-1) Type Standard RZ (µm) Type RZ (µm) Flat A B DIN 2573 DIN 2576 – 40 – 160 A 12. 01 02 03 OLD (DIN 25.5 11 G ** Typically PN 63 and PN 100 12 Non corroding steels – international comparsion of grades Material number 1..

10 Pressure gauges with a full scale value between 0. 06 Pressure gauges with a connection flange of > DN 25 receive a CE mark with a full scale range of 0. 05 Our pressure gauges with a full scale value of > 200 bar therefore receive a CE mark according to the conformity procedure.01 02 03 04 Information on the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) 97/23/EC Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) The European Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) came into force on May 30. We therefore manufacture our products in accordance with the most stringent criteria (gases of group 1).afriso. Our pressure gauges conform to the European Standard EN 837-1 and are manufactured and tested according to appropriate requirements. Pressure gauges which are used as a part of a safety system to protect against exceeding permissible limit values (equipment parts with safety function) must be given special consideration. 08 A declaration of conformity is provided on request. AFRISO-EURO-INDEX GmbH pressure gauges with a full scale value of > 0. 07 The CE mark is attached to the outside of the housing (type designation plate). 2002. 09 Pressure gauges with a full scale value of less than 0. Detailed operating instructions and the appropriate fact sheets are available at www. The final application conditions of most pressure gauges are not normally known completely at the time of manufacture. paragraph 3). The following paragraphs provide some information on the Directive itself and on our activities within the framework of this Directive. 15 550 Division II .de and are also forwarded on request.5 bar and loose diaphragm seals do not fall under the PED and must not carry a CE mark.5 bar are subject to the Pressure Equipment Directive and meet the appropriate requirements.5 bar and 200 bar fall under „Good Engineering Practice“ and must not carry a CE mark (section 3. 11 12 13 14 We are not authorised to CE mark pressure gauges without a company name or a company logo.5 bar and greater.

EURO-INDEX is the first European manufacturer to have its complete range of flue gas measuring instruments certified according to EN 50379-2. testing and operating requirements for portable devices. 2004. The determination of the measuring inaccuracy must be demonstrated and confirmed with internationally approved methods for the entire measuring range. The standard defines the design. This standard covers devices used to determine the gas concentration and other combustion parameters in the installation and maintenance of domestic and industrial heating systems with standard fuels. National legislation covering the operating behaviour of combustion systems exists in several European countries. All „Blue Line“ instruments meet the stringent requirements of EN 50379-2 and can continue to be used without restriction after March 01. All flue gas measuring instruments as well as the „Blue Line“ pressure and temperature measuring instruments meet the stringent requirements of EN 50379-2. testing and operating behaviour of devices used for short-term measurements to determine specific flue gas parameters such as the concentration of individual gas components. The TÜV quality mark (OCTOGON) confirms EN 50379-2 compliance and can only be used. 2004 – Day of announcement March 01. Therefore. The measuring inaccuracy does not have to be determined for such devices. The requirements are less stringent because the devices are used in determining whether a gas fired combustion system may require maintenance or in setting up a gas fired combustion system during maintenance. 2007 EN 50379 for portable measuring instruments comes into effect. 2005 – Publication as a National Standard March 01. Binding dates for all member states: September 01. 2007. High quality measuring devices also help to avoid conflicts and problems in terms of product liability claims. the temperature and/or the pressure in combustion processes in order to ensure compliance with national directives regarding the operating behaviour of combustion systems.Information on EN 50379 (portable measuring instruments) On March 01. Authorised inspectors use such devices to measure flue gas parameters and verify the compliance of combustion systems with national directives. High quality pays off – both price/performance ratio and cost of ownership are convincing. if the production is audited by TÜV-SÜD at regular intervals. 04 05 Part 2: Requirements concerning the operating behaviour of devices used in statutory measurements and assessments EN 50379-2 applies to devices which are used in statutory measurements or measurements specified by regulations. These devices do not comply with the technical measuring specifications for measuring devices as required in part 2. The standard was ratified on March 01. 01 02 03 The standard is divided into three parts: Part 1: General requirements and test procedures EN 50379-1 specifies the general requirements concerning the design. Tests with real flue gases constitute an essential part in the proof of suitability for statutory measurements. devices certified according to EN 50379-3 are not suitable for measuring combustion systems. EN 50379-2 specifies maximum values for measuring inaccuracy. This line of measuring devices with the TÜV-OCTOGON mark is backed by experience and competence. 2007 – Withdrawal of contravening National Standards AFRISO. which are used to determine specific flue gas parameters such as the concentration of individual gas components. Part 3: Requirements for devices in non-regulated areas in the maintenance of gas fired heating installations EN 50379-3 applies to devices which are used in non-statutory applications. the temperature and/or the pressure in combustion processes in order to ensure compliance with national directives regarding the operating behaviour of combustion systems using commercially available fuels in domestic and industrial applications. Since the results of such measurements have statutory consequences. there are stringent requirements concerning the accuracy of these devices. 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 Division III 551 . Therefore.

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If the customer resells the goods. this is also the place of performance of the customer's contractual obligations. If the goods delivered by us are combined with other objects not belonging to us in a way that it is impossible to separate such goods and objects. Above liability limitations as per § 8 section 1 and § 8 section 2 as well as the period of limitations as per § 8 section 3 shall not apply in case of wilful acts or gross negligence on our part. However. contractually typical direct average damage with regard to the type of goods or services covered by the contract. In case of seizure or other interventions of third parties. The same provisions that apply to the goods delivered under retention of title shall apply to the new product resulting from further processing. Above liability limitations as per § 8 section 1 and § 8 section 2 as well as the period of limitations as per § 8 section 3 shall neither apply in case of claims according to the product liability act nor in case we have guaranteed certain qualities. (2) Güglingen is the place of performance of our contractual obligations. If any of the latter conditions are not met. contractually typical direct average damage with regard to the type of goods or services covered by the contract. shall be excluded. The customer shall keep such sole ownership or co-ownership for us. § 8 Liability (1) We shall not be liable in case of violations of immaterial contractual obligations caused by slight negligence. If the third party is unable to reimburse the legal and extrajudicial costs. shall be the exclusive place of jurisdiction in case there is no other legal. no insolvency proceedings are filed against the customer. 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The customer shall be entitled to resell the delivered goods within the course of regular business. (3) Customer's liability claims shall be subject to a period of limitation of one year after delivery of the goods or acceptance of the service. 20 · 74363 Güglingen · Phone +49 7135 1 02-0 · Fax +49 7135 1 02-1 47 · E-Mail: info@afriso. payment is not stopped. we shall have the right to exploit such goods. (4) Above liability limitations as per § 8 section 1 and § 8 section 2 as well as the period of limitations as per § 8 section 3 shall not apply in case of injury or loss of life. Upon request by the customer. This includes interest. regardless of whether the goods are sold as they are or further processed. the liability limitation as per § 8 section 2 as well as the period of limitations as per § 8 section 3 shall remain in effect. we undertake to release the securities if the value of our securities exceeds the claims to secure by more than twenty percent. 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Processing or modification of the delivered goods by the customer shall always be made on behalf of us. In other cases of slightly negligent violations of obligations. the customer shall immediately notify us in writing so that we can institute an action as per § 771 ZPO (German Rules of Civil Procedure). and to notify its customer of such assignment. The customer shall also assign the claims to secure our claims against him which result against a third party from the combination of the delivered goods with real estate.

Germany. 08 09 10 11 Solar components by AFRISO provide for effective use of thermal solar systems in domestic technology. 04 05 06 07 The Bio-Oil label certifies chemical resistance and guarantees full performance and functionality of the products even if biodiesel. The quality label is awarded by the Fraunhofer-Institut (IVV) in Freising. biofuel or additives are used.AFRISO quality products 01 AFRISO quality products are subject to stringent inspections and continuously being enhanced. 02 03 All products with the quality label PROOFED BARRIER® are odour-tight. Quality labels designate special features and application areas of our products. 12 13 14 15 556 . exclusively for components that have passed stringent initial and repeat tests. All labelled products are universally applicable and tuned to each other. The percentage shown corresponds to the maximum permissible admixture.

38. 519–521 Distribution manifolds for: Potable water installations 150 Tool cooling 150 Underfloor heating 150 DIT 01 20 DIT 02 21 DMG pressure instruments 471. 521 Digital plug-in display DA 06 518 Digital pressure gauge DIM 20 466–467 Digital temperature controller TSD 246 Digital thermometer TD 246 DIM 20 466-467 Dip stick cover. 519–520 Digital electronic thermometer TD 10/ TSD 20 246 Digital indication and control instrument VarioFox 38. LAD-R 86–87 EUROPRINTER 478. 490 Eurovac 04-1. EMS 442 526–527 Event Reporting System GSM Alarm 525 Event reporting systems 523–527 Ex-certified instruments CapFox ENT 20 Ex 48 49–50 CapFox S 74x 28 29 Digital plug-in display DA 06 Ex 518 Gas sensor 510 Ex 106 Isolating amplifier/supply unit STV 5104 B 516 Leak Detector LAG-14 ER 75 Level probes 62 Level sensor test instrument ME 5 470 Level sensors GWG 23 RO/WA 58 Overfill preventer (Zone 0) 61–62 Safety barrier GHG 111 515 Thermistor level sensors (Ex) 59–60 WGA 01 – WGA 06 68–71 Exchange filter adapter 115. 490 Europress LAD-10. 57 CapFox EFM 741/752/762 28 CapFox EFT 7 27 CapFox ENT 20 Ex 49–50 CapFox ENT 7 47– 48 CapFox S 74x 29 Capsule type pressure gauges 249–266 385–389 Chain anodes 154 Chem. DA 06 Ex 518 DA 10. 94 CoFox ELT 680 43 CoFox ELT 8 41. 398–402 Chem. 120 Exchange filter cartridge 115. 153 Differential overflow valves 147 Differential pressure connection kit 490 Differential pressure gauges 385–402 Differential pressure switch DS 01 433 Differential pressure transducers 453–467 Differential temperature controls 174–175 Digital display instruments DA 06. Industry Pressure Gauges 260–266. 491 Air separator 145 Air separator unit 146 Air speed measuring instrument LGM 1 481 Air vent 146 Air-Control 125 AIRONE 173 AK-S Tank protection kit 81 Alarm devices 522 Alarm light with horn 522 Alarm re-set unit AQ 220 41–43. 120 557 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 . 202 BIOLYZER 510 Boiler Safety Group Equipment 153 Boiler safety group fittings 130 Boiler water low level alarms 127–128 Boiler-controlled air vent 125 Bottom filling device 168 Bourdon tube pressure gauges 267–389. 485–487. 493 Condensate trap KG 2 114 Condensate water detector/tester KWT 5 471 Connection assembly for expansion vessels 132 Connector and plug 59 Contact protection relay 374 Control HQN 2/K1 172 Control instrument VarioFox 38. DA 14 26. DA 12. 522 Ambient air sensor 491 Analysis instruments for Water WA-T. Industry Thermometers 191–198 CoFox ELT 500/4 42.147 Ball valves for drinking water 147 Ball valves for potable water 128 Bimetal thermometers 178–194. 403–409 Accessories for pressure reducer 431 Accessories for PrimoSol 144–145 Accessory bag for MAV 108 114 AdBlue – Tank contents gauge 19 AdBlue – Tank linings 84 AdBlue – internal linings for liquid fertiliser AHL 84 Additional slide-in scales 14. industry 400–402 Diaphragm pressure gauges. DA 12. general 375–384. chem. 487 Euroflex 110 Euroflex with tank heater 111 EUROLYZER ST 483. 144. DA 14 26. 529–530 Alarm unit for low gas level 373 Alarm unit WGA 01 – WGA 06 68–71 Boiler water low level alarms WMS 127–128 Gas and smoke detector GRM 101–102 Hydrostatic level indicator TankControl 01 22–24 Leak detection instruments ÖWWG 3 91 Leak detection instruments water alarm WM 5 92 Leak detectors LAG 14 ER 75–77 Level controller NB 220 QSA (WHG) 63 Level controller NB 220 QSA (WHG) 63 Mini-/Maximelder 39 Oil alarm OM 5 92 Oil-on-water detector ÖAWD 96 RENA 160 Water alarms ÖWU 93 Water alarms WWG 93 Air duct thermometer 186–187. 477 DMU 01 to DMU 14 434 –465 Downpipe filter 167 Draft measuring instrument FZM 477 Draught regulator 126 Drinking water filter WAF 20 157 Drip pans 92 Dual line filter 116–117 Dual Thermostats 212-214. 309–320. 521 Conversion kit: float-set 110 Conversion kit: lever type shut-off valve 110 Conversion kits for withdrawal systems 110 Conversion set I for oil tanks 163 Conversion sets II+III for oil tanks 164 D DA 06. WA-S 495 Ancillary control unit type 907 Z 63 Anemometer LGM 1 481 Annular gap probes 490 Anode tester AT1 154 Anodes 154 Antifrogen SOL 145 Antifrogen-N 76 Anti-siphon valves 112–113 Anti-tamper valves 132 Audible and visual alarm 522 Automatic oil de-aerators 118–121 Auxiliary alarm devices 522 B Back-up controller RENA 160 Backwashing sets 166 Ball valves 133. 04-3 78 Evaluation instrument for heating check HC-10 484 Event reporting system – sensors 529–530 Event Reporting System EMS 220. screwed 109 Dip sticks 14 Display units and controllers 26. 16–17 AFRISO Net Webservice 528 AFRISO-Control series 172 AFRISO-WATCHDOG alarm instruments 89–90. 381–384. 477–478 Electronic handheld thermometers 479–480 Electronic thermometers TM 479–480 Emission computer EMI 511 EMS 220.A – Z Product Finder/Keyword Index Product description Page A Accessories for panel mounting and wall mounting 403 Accessories for pressure gauges 395. 270–272 Combustion controller FR 1 129 Condensate bar 79 Condensate filter cartridge 490. EMS 442 526–527 EP-Check 484. 190 Air flow filter 149 Air sensor 480. 471 C Cable extension fittings KVA 41– 43. 94. 230–232 E EAGLE-W 173 Elbow connector 148 Electrodes for water analysis instruments 496–497 Electronic digital temperature controller 246 Electronic digital thermometer 228 Electronic handheld pressure instruments 471–475. 519–520 Detector ÖAWD 96 Detector ÖWWG-3 96 Diaphragm pressure gauge 375–402 Diaphragm pressure gauges. DA 06 Ex 518 DA 10. 61. 94 Colibri series 173 Collection container for solar safty valve 144 Combined thermometers/pressure gauges 211–216. 400–402 Diaphragm type anti-siphon valves MAV-Universal 113 Diaphragm type chemical seals 411–429 Diaphragm type safety valves 131.

stationary 500–511 Gas and smoke detector GRM 101–102 Gas cooler MGK 741 504 Gas density controller SF6 352 Gas detector GSP1/GSP3 476 Gas detectors 100–101. 490 MAXILYZER NG 491–492 MULTILYZER NG 488–490 Flue gas combination probes 487. 114 LAG additional expansion vessel 76 LAS 74 Water level indicator 17–18. 109 Fittings 59 Test instruments 470 GWG 56–60 Level Switches Capacitance 47–48 Conductivity 41–46 Float 39 Rotary paddle 40 Thermistor type 65 Vibration 51–53 Lever type shut-off valve (conversion kit) 110 Liquid barrier 79 Liquid filled leak detectors 74 Liquid water foil 83 Low level gas alarm 373 M MAG connector set 144 MAG mounting valve 144 MagFox MMG 01 33 Magnet type diaphragm pressure gauges 392-395 Magnetic piston type pressure gauges 390–391. 61–65 Level controllers/switches 39–43. 505. 516 Isolating switching amplifier 49–50. 64 Level sensor (thermistor): Accessories 57 Filler caps 57. LAD-R 86–87 LAG-13 K. 477–478 Temperature 479–480. 493 Filter cups 116–117 Filter spare parts 116. 22–24 Mechanical 14–15 Pneumatic 16–18 Level indicators for water: Hydrostatic 21. 106 Gas withdrawal probes 501. motorised 172 Module HC-M for heating check 484 Montagefix extension set 17 Motorised boiler room vent Air-Control 125 Mounting frame for panel mounting 89. 485–487. 91 Mounting valves 146. 490–491 Flue gas temperature controller 181–185 Flue gas thermometer 181–185 Foot pump 475 Frames for panel mounting 89. LAZ-04/3 78 Leaf separation filter 167 Leak alarm units 42. 408 MT-Profil R 14 Multi-functional transducer MFU 517 MULTILYZER NG 489–490 Multi-way union 148 . AdBlue 84 Rain water 80 Installation kits for: Heating oil contents gauge 18. 505. 47–48. 505 Gas analysis MGK 744 503 Gas analysis. 121. concentrate 76 Leak detector spare parts 77 Leak detectors 75–77 Liquid filled systems 75–76 Sight glass type 74 Vacuum type 78–80 Level alarm 39 Level controller 22–29. 94 Oil alarm unit OM 5 92 Water alarm unit WM5 92 Oil-water alarm unit ÖWWG 3 91 Leak detection system TraceTek 97 Leak detector fluid. LAG-13 KR 76 LAG-14 ER 75 LAGO 0321 172 LAGO SD 1-3 175 LAS 24/39/72/230 74 LAZ-04/1. 493 Filter. 374 K KFE – cocks 148 KIWI 173 KSG 130 L LAD-10. single line 116-117 Fleece – „Geovlies“ 82 Flexible suction hose 168 Flex-pipe 144 Floating probe SWS 96 Floating suction fitting 168 FloCo-Opticlean 121 FloCo-Optimum 119–121 FloCo-TOP 119–121 Flow filter 129 149 Flow meter PrimoSol 144 Flow-Control 118 Flowtemp 473 Flue gas analysis computer: EUROLYZER ST 483. 21 Isolating Amplifier 514. 51. 91 Fuel oil meter HZ 122 G Gas analysis instrument BIOLYZER 510 Gas analysis instrument for: CH4 485–489. 505 O2 485–489. 121 Heating oil meter HZ 122 Heating oil withdrawal units 110–111 HF pre-amplifier Ex 29 High accuracy pressure gauges 262–266. 482 Volume flow and temperature 473 MFU 01 and MFU 02 517 Miniflex 110 Mixer control. 102. 510 SO2 485–489. 471 GSM Alarm Event Reporting System 525 H Hand pump for DPK 54 475 Hand suction pump for heating oil 121 Handheld measuring instruments Flue gas analysis 485–490 HC-10 for heating check 484 HC-M for heating check 484 558 Heating Heating Heating Heating Heating Heating check 483–484 control equipement 172 controls 172 oil de-aerator 118 –121 oil filter 115–117 oil filter Optimum/Opticlean116–117. 510 CO 485–489. 114 Humidity/air temperature measuring instruments FT3 – FT6 482 Hydrometer 270–272 I Industrial pressure gauges 285–290 Industrial thermometers 186–189 Infrared gas analysers 505 In-line 422–430 Inner tank linings Heating oil and Diesel 81 Installation accessories 85 Liquid fertiliser AHL. 25 Pneumatic 16–17 Level sensor 62. 152. 103. 105 Gas filled chemical industry pressure gauges 398–402 Gas filled standard pressure gauge 396–402 Gas filled thermometers 195–202 Gas industry pressure gauges 346–348 Gas sensors 100. portable: Air speed 481 Flue gas analysis 485-493 Gas analysis 494 Humidity/air temperature 482 Pressure 471–475. 117. 24. 494 Glycerine filled pressure gauges 291–308. 103 Filling and rinsing unit PrimoSol 144 Filling and test kit for LAD-R 87 Filling device FA 148 Filter 115–117. 505. 51 Level detection probes 62 Level indicator 64 Level indicators – general Capacitance 27–31 Hydrostatic 22–24 Magnetostrictive 33 Micropulse (TDR) 34–37 Ultrasonic 32 Level indicators for AdBlue 19 Level indicators for oil tanks: Capacitance 27 Hydrostatic 20. Minimelder 39 MAXISYSTEM 494 Measuring instruments. 510 H2S 510 NO 485–489. 39–43. 103 Filler caps 57. 505 NOx 485–489. 505 CO2 485–489. 94 Leak detection instruments CoFox ELT 500/4 42. 20 LAG 76.A – Z Product Finder/Keyword Index Product description 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 Page F Felt type filter 117 Filler and vent caps 57. 329–335 High pressure gauges 338–340 Horn alarm unit KH 1/HPW 2 522 Hose connector 17. 394–395 Manhole cover 163 Manifolds for LAD-R 88 MAV-Universal 113 MAXILYZER NG 491 Maximelder. 155–157.

168 Rain water System Centre RWSC 161 Rainwater treatment system RES 169 Reducers 14. 144. 379–397 Stop cocks and valves 404 Ultra-pure gas type 349–351 Welding industry type 344–345. 471 Capsule type 249–266. 169 Rain water harvesting 159 –169 Rain water harvesting accessories 162. 106 Smoke 102 Water analysis 496. 147 Pump connection kits 133 Pump X-AJE 80 164 Q Quick-action air vents 146 Quick-action connector 168 R Rain water down pipe filter 167 Rain water filter 166. 228–229 RotaFox MLS 10 40 Rotating alarm lamp 522 RWSC 161 S S2500 pressure instruments 478 S2600 pressure instruments 471.153 Sealing set IP 54 89. 434–465 DMU 01 434–436. 336–340 Paper filter Opticlean 116. mobile/handheld 471–475. 439–440 DMU 03 437–440 DMU 04 441–442. 402 Stainless steel 375–378 Standard type 249–284. 91 Seals (chem. 45–46. 162 Process-Gauge 327–329 Programmable thermostats 173 Pull cord 114 PulsFox PMG 01 34–37 Pump ball valves 133. seals) 410–431 Accessories 431 Diaphragm 411–421 for homogenisers 418 Selector switch 515 Sensor HT 480 Sensors: Ex-Gas 106 Gas 100.A – Z Product Finder/Keyword Index Product description Page N Non-return valve 152 O Oil alarm unit OM 5 92 Oil burner solenoid valve 122 Oil filter spanner 119 Oil tank conversion set I 163 Oil tank conversion sets II+III 164 Oil withdrawal systems 110 –111 Oil/water alarm unit ÖWU 93 Oil/water alarm unit ÖWWG 3 91 Oil-on-water detector ÖAWD-1 96 Oil-on-water detector ÖAWD-8 96 Opticlean micro filter 116. not heated 470–472 Gas analysis 506 Gas sampling 501. 93. 385–386. 408 Refrigeration type pressure gauges 341–343 Remote control FBR 1 172 RENA water top up instrument/set 160 RES 169 Resistance type thermometers 233–244 Reverse osmosis 158 Room thermostats 173. 95 WGA68–71 WMS127–128 Float type 39. 102. 71. 394–395 Overpressure device 405 Panel mounting 253–259. 48 Floor water probe 45–46. 477 Sacrificial anodes 154 Safety barriers for Ex Zone 1 499 Safety group fitting PrimoSol 144 Safety pressure gauges 321-326 Safety Switch RC 111 Safety temperature switches 219–222 Safety thermostats 219–222 Safety valves 131. 449–450. 457–458 DMU 10 D 453–454. 315–343. 95 Flue gas combination – heated 494 Flue gas combination. 114 Pockets/thermowells 223 Potable water manifold 150 Pressure 477–478 Pressure compensation unit DAE 111 Pressure gauge accessories 395. 348 Pressure indication 121 Pressure instruments. 48 Rotary paddle 481 Single rod 45–46 Submersible 449–452 Thermistor 61–65. 96. 477–478 Pressure reducer 152 Pressure switches DS 600 432 Pressure test instruments 473 Pressure test kit (for water) 473 Pressure test sets 473 Pressure transducers 25. 68–71 Flexible rope 45–46. 403–409 Pressure gauge stop cocks 404 Pressure gauge valves 404 Pressure gauges for heating installations 267-272 Pressure gauges with capillary tubing 209–216 Pressure gauges/ accessories: Bourdon tube type 267–389. 47–50 Co-axial 36–37 Combination probe 93 Conductivity 44–46 Ex49–50. 57.121 Optimum filter 116 Outdoor temperature compensated heating control equipment 172 Outdoor temperature sensors 490 Outdoor temperature switch/sensor 5 111 Overfill preventers 63–64 Overfill prevention probes 64 Overfill prevention systems: Capacitance type 49–50 Thermistor type 61–64 Overflow siphon 168 Overflow valves 147 Overpressure device 109 Oxygen analysers 507–508 Oxygen measuring probe 506 Oxygen trace analyser 509 Oxystem 506–509 P Panel mounting pressure gauges 253–259. 457–458 DMU 11 D 455–456 DMU 12/DMU 12 D 459–461. 336–340 Process-Gauge 327–329 Push button stop cocks 405 Refrigeration type 341–343 Safety type 321–326 Spring diaphragm type 396–399. 467 DMU 13 462–463. 121 Pipe heating 111 Pipe temperature sensor 5 111 Pipe temperature sensor RTS 245 Plastic dip sticks 14 Plastic manhole cover 163 Plastic manhole cover 163 Plastic quick-action air vents 146 Plug-in display DA 06 518 Pneumofix 17.497 Service box Optimum 116 SF6 gas density controller 352 Signal anode 154 Siku filters 115–117 Smoke alarm GRM 101–102 Smoke sensors 102 Solar air separator LKS 145 559 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 . 467 DMU 14 464–465 Pressure type leak detectors 86–87 Pressure/vacuum instrument S2610 471 PrimoSol solar pump groups 134–144 Printer 490 Printer paper 490–491 Probes/electrodes: Zirconium dioxide 506–508 3-rod 46 4-rod 46 Annular gap 490 Band electrode 30-31 Capacitance 30–31. 471 Heating type 267–272 High accuracy 262–265. 445–446 DMU 05 443–446 DMU 07 447–448. 91 Twin probe 36–37 Twin rod 46 Ultrasonic 32 Wall mounting rail 45–46. 330–335 High pressure type 338 Industrial type 285–290 Magnetic diaphragm type 392–395 Magnetic piston type 390–391. 457–458 DMU 09 451–452. 494 Hydrostatic 20–25 Infrared 92 Magnetostrictive 33 Micropulse/Puls Reflex (TDR) 36–37 Mono/single 36–37 Multi-hole 490 Multi-rod 45–46 RENA 160 Rigid rod 30–31. 114. 389 Chemical industry 260–402 Diaphragm type 375–402 Differential pressure 385–402 Digital 466–467 Electrical limit contacts 360–372 For pump test set 471 Gas technology 346–348 Glycerine filled 291–308. 457–458 DMU 08 25.

228–229 Surface thermostats 224–225. 232 Thermowells/pockets 201. WWG 2. 153 Shut-off 110 Solenoid 113 VarioFox digital indication and control instrument 38. 479–480 560 Test and refilling units 472 Test gas kit/case 104 Test instrument set PGWA-Set 472 Test Instruments for: Expansion vessels 472 Gas pipes 473 Heating installations 472 Membrane type expansion vessels 472 Pressure tightness 473–475 Tank and tyre pressure 472 Tank service 470–471 Temperature 473 Thermistor level sensors 470 Vacuum 80 Volume flow 473 Water pipes 472–473 Test set for water pressure PGW-10-Set 473 Test set PGA-4-Set 472 Thermal actuators 150 Thermal printer 478. 529–530 Warning/alarm instruments for: Oil/petrol and grease traps 68 Oil/Water separators 69–71 WA-S Water analysis instruments 495 WA-T Water analysis instruments 495 Water alarm instruments: CoFox ELT 500/4 42. 221 Temperature controllers 246 Temperature measuring instruments 178–216. 379–397 Standard thermometers 181–184 Stationary gas analysis 500–511 Stationary gas sampling probes 501 Strainers 152 Submersible transducers DMU 08/DMU 09 449–458 Switching contacts for pressure gauges 354–372 Switching contacts for thermometers 202 T Tank accessories 108–114 Tank conversion kit I for rain water 163 Tank conversion kit II+III for rain water 164 Tank filling/pump controls 41. 122. ÖWU 93 Water analysis instruments 495 Water filter WAF 01 155 Water filter with pressure reducer WAF 02 156 Water pipe test instrument 472–473 Water probe (for floor) BWS 11 95 Water treatment systems 158 Welding industry pressure gauges 344–345. 408 Non-return 152 Safety 131. 246. WWG 2 88 93 Z Zener barrier 515 . 489–490 Thermal safety combustion controller 129 Thermal safety valve 129 Thermo element 490 Thermo-Hydrometers 270–272 Thermometers for heating installations 178–180 Thermometers with capillary tubing 205–216 Thermometers: 177–216. 117 Stainless steel pressure gauges 375–378 Stainless steel thermometers 191–193 Standard pressure gauges 249–284. 521 Vent caps 109. 202 Chemical industry 191–194 Digital 246 Flue gas 181–182. ÖAWD-8 96 OM5.A – Z Product Finder/Keyword Index Product description 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 Page Solar controller SR1 and SR1R 174 Solar differential controllers SD 1 – SD 3 175 Solar pump groups PrimoSol 134–144 Solar pump line PrimoSol 136–137 Solar vents 145 Solenoid valves 113. 65 WWG 1. immersion type 226–227. 232 Thermostats. 244 Tongue type 418 Tongue type pressure transducer 418 Top-up controller and set RENA 160 Trace Tek 97 Transducers 517. 185 Gas filled 195–198 Heating type 178–180 Industrial 186–189 Stainless steel 191–194 Standard 181–184 Surface type 181–185 V-type Industrial 203–204 Thermometers – surface mounting 181–185 Thermostats 224–232 Thermostats – surface mounting 224–225. 246 Air duct 186–190 Bimetal 178–194. 232 Thermostats in housings: Dual thermostats 230–231 Immersion thermostats 226–227. AdBlue 84 Rain water 83 Tank protection kit AK-S 81 Tank room lining 82 Tank servicing test instruments 470 Tank withdrawal systems 110–111 TankControl 01 and 02 22–24 Telescopic extension 166 Temperature 479–480 Temperature control thermostats 217–218. 232 Room thermostats 173. 65 Tank fittings 109 Tank heating 111 Tank linings – installation accessories 85 Tank linings for: Heating oil and Diesel 81 Liquid fertiliser AHL. 94 Water alarm WM5 92 WM 5 92 WWG 1. 153 Safety membrane type 131. 61–64 Trip amplifiers 515 Tyre pressure test instrument 472 U Ultra-pure gas pressure gauges 349–351 Ultrasonic level indicator SonarFox 32 Ultrasonic transmitter SonarFox 32 Unimes 14 Unimes E (with remote indication) 15 Unitel for heating oil 17 Unitel for water 17 Unitel Montagefix installation kit for water 17 Unitel set 18 Unitop for heating oil 16 Unitop for water 16 Unitop set 18 Unitop set AdBlue 19 Universal filter for gas analysis 502 UV-treatment 157. 57 VibraFox GVG 51–53 Volume flow and temperature measuring instrument Flowtemp 473 V-type industrial thermometers 203–204 W WAF 20 drinking water filter 157 Wall mounting enclosures WAG 01 – WAG 04 518 Wall mounting rail probe WSS 95 Warning/alarm instruments AFRISO-WATCHDOG 89–90.and Minimelder 39 ÖAWD-1. 348 WGA 01 68 WGA 02/WGA 03 69 WGA 04/WGA 05 70 WGA 06 71 Withdrawal devices 110–111 Withdrawal pump controller 41. 160 SonarFox 32 Soot comparison scale 490 Soot pump 490 Spanner for exchange filter 120 Spare exchange filter cartridge 120 Spare part: Thermowell 180 Spare parts for: Anemometers 481 Flue gas analysers 485–492 Gas analysis 494 Leak detectors 77 Pressure gauges 471 Pressure test set 475 Rainwater System Centre 162 Spare probes for: Maxi. WM5 92 ÖWWG 3 91 Oxystem 506 RENA 160 WGA 01 – WGA 06 68–71 WMS 2-1/WMS 2-1-2/ WMS 3-1-2 128 Spare thermowells/pockets 180 Special slide-in scales 16–17 Stainless steel filter 115. 94 CoFox ELT 8 41. 169 V Vacuum gauge 121 Vacuum type leak detector 78–80 Vakumat 113 Valves/stop cocks: 3/2 way solenoid 503 3-way 162 Anti-siphon 112–113 Anti-tamper/with cap 132 Differential overflow 147 DPK 60/DPK 61 474–475 Mounting 146.