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CW602N, CW617N and CW724R
VDEK-T05 and 18EK05-03
The 36P press connection allows more transition types from the Henco pipe to the copper pipe.
The connection features a loose washer, which ensures flexible installation without leaks.
No, this is not permitted by law.
Yes, for example as ground pipes. In this case, we recommend combining the Henco standard multilayer pipe with the PVDF press fittings. It is best to protect the pipe additionally with, for example, a PVC protective tube. Please note that Henco inspection certificates only apply to indoor installations.
Yes, at a maximum pressure of 10 bar and ambient temperatures between -10°C and 40°C.
The minimum temperature for Henco multilayer pipes and PVDF press fittings is -20°C. For solid plastic pipes, the minimum temperature is 7°C.
Henco multilayer pipes and PVDF press fittings with gas marking may be used for gas. Please note that gas application is only allowed in countries where a Henco gas inspection and certificate is available.
Yes, when Henco multilayer pipes are combined with PVDF or brass press fittings with yellow gas marking. For diesel applications, the sealing material should be HNBR (hydrogenated nitrile rubber). HNBR is a type of rubber that is resistant to high temperatures and petroleum-based oils. This is only the case with gas-marked Henco products.
This is currently being investigated, but we cannot guarantee it yet.
Only Henco standard multilayer pipes and PVDF fittings qualify for this. The Henco brass products may not come into contact with seawater.
Yes, in combination with Henco multilayer pipe and PVDF fittings. The brass threaded fittings must not come into contact with softened water.
Yes, and for fittings this applies to both PVDF and brass fittings. For that application, the correct ratio is 45% glycol and 55% water. The minimum temperature is -10°C.
Our internal threads are always straight gas threads. Marked with G. G stands for ISO 228. In addition, our external threaded fittings are always conical threads. Marked with R and ISO 7/1. R stands for tapered. To have a good seal, a conical thread must always be tapered into a straight thread.
Female threaded fittings have straight threads and only taper should be screwed in to have good sealing. Only when there is a seal such as a flat seal or o-ring can it be done with straight thread.
External threaded fittings have tapered threads and only straight ones should be screwed on to have a good seal.
Couplings with flat seal can only be combined with straight thread.
Henco press fittings with a diameter of 14 mm up to 90 mm (and soon 110 mm) must be pressed with the Henco BE-profile. The BE-profile is the same as the TH-profile for diameters up to 26 mm. The TH-profile can therefore also be used to press couplings up to diameter 26 mm. From a diameter of 32 mm onwards, jaws with the BE profile must always be used.
Yes, however mechanical compression using an olive or threaded joints should not be embedded.
BE and TH press contours
The locating collar ensures that the pressing sleeve is correctly positioned in the pressing jaw.
BE press contours
The standard dimension is 153mm, only the 28PV-16031603-1 has a centre distance of 120mm.