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TRV-2, TRV-2S

Thermostatic radiator valve primary for radiators in heating systems and secondary for small cooling terminals.

Informations sur le produit

Thermostatic radiator valves with presetting

Thermostatic radiator valve primary for radiators in heating systems and secondary for small cooling terminals.

Technical description

Applications:

Heating and cooling systems

Function:

Control
Stepless presetting
Shut-off

Dimensions:

DN 10-20

Pressure class:

PN 10

Max. differential pressure:

Maximum differential pressure to ensure that the valve does not open against a closed thermostat: 100 kPa.

Temperature:

Max. working temperature: 120°C
Min. working temperature: -10°C

Materials:

Valve body: Straight and angle of AMETAL®. Reversed angle of brass.
O-rings: EPDM rubber
Valve disc: EPDM rubber
Return spring: Stainless steel
Valve insert: Brass, PPS (polyphenylsulphide)
Spindle: Stainless steel

AMETAL® is the dezincification resistant alloy of TA.

Surface treatment:

Valve body and fittings are nickel-plated

Marking:

TA, country code, flow direction arrow, size and KEYMARK symbol.
TRV-2: White protection cap.
TRV-2S: Red protection cap. The locking nut at the valve insert is marked in red.

Standards:

KEYMARK certified and tested according to EN 215.

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