XWR VA

Screw-in fitting, angle 90°

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Properties

Connection 1 BSP external thread, cylindrical
Connection 2 metric cylindrical outer thread
Construction Angle 90°
Design Screw-in fitting
Material Stainless steel
Scope of supply Socket (without union nut and cutting ring)
Sealing form 1 Shape B
Sealing form 2 24° inner cone
Standard DIN 2353
ISO 8434-1

Hints

Information about fitting, installation, pressure loads and permissible operating temperatures can be found in the technical information for pipe fittings.

Article Table

Product Name i mm L7 mm Operating pressure G External pipe Ø mm AF mm L5 mm Series Ø D mm Ø d2 mm L4 mm
Product Name i mm L7 mm Operating pressure G External pipe Ø mm AF mm L5 mm Series Ø D mm Ø d2 mm L4 mm
XWR NW 20 HL VA 16 35 PN 160 G 3/4" -14 22 27 26 L 32 22 27.5
XWR NW 25 HL VA 18 38 PN 160 G 1" -11 28 36 30 L 39 28 30.5
XWR NW 32 HL VA 20 45 PN 160 G 1.1/4" -11 35 41 34 L 49 35 34.5
XWR NW 40 HL VA 22 51 PN 160 G 1.1/2" -11 42 50 39 L 55 42 40.0
XWR NW 16 HS VA 16 32 PN 160 G 3/4" -14 20 27 26 S 32 20 26.5
XWR NW 20 HS VA 18 42 PN 160 G 1" -11 25 36 30 S 39 25 30.0
XWR NW 25 HS VA 20 49 PN 160 G 1.1/4" -11 30 41 34 S 49 30 35.5
XWR NW 32 HS VA 22 57 PN 160 G 1.1/2" -11 38 50 39 S 55 38 41.0
Series: LL = Very light L = Light S = Heavy
PN = Nominal pressure PB = Max. operating pressure
Ø d2 = External pipe diameter

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