GOK regulation system 50 mbar EN61- 1 kg/h comb. conn. UV/SKU X RVS 8 mm

SKU: 106658

GTIN: 4045659058909

Category: Pressure regulators


149,00 €

incl. 19% VAT , Free shipping to DE . shipping costs

Available immediately

Delivery time: 2 - 3 Workdays



The GOK gas regulator EN61 PS 16bar is used for direct connection to the gas cylinder by screw connection in motorhomes or caravans. The pressure regulator regulates the gas pressure so that the desired appliances can be connected and is suitable forWestfalia/VolkswagenVW T 2, 3, 4 motorhomes.The lpg regulator has a safety relief valve (PRV) and an air vent, which at the same time prevents moisture, for example rainwater, from penetrating the inside of the regulator.

In Germany, the pressure regulator may only be connected to mobile cylinders outdoors, e.g. for construction work, barbecues, etc. The pressure regulator must not be used for any other purpose. Approval exists according to the EC type examination DGR.

Outlet pressure:50mbar
Flow rate:1,0kg per hour

Combination connection LPG tank/gas bottle:

- 21.8 union nut left-hand thread
- G. 5 Large cylinder connection (5, 11 kg gas cylinders)
- G. 12 Small cylinder connection (33 kg gas cylinders)
- direct connection to rv propane tank (21.8 mm)

Suitable connections Outlet:

- 8 mm pipe fitting
- 8 mm pipe

Connection output test valve/emergency supply:

- SKU quick coupling

- Tilting helmet valve and SKU plug-in coupling with shut-off valve for leak testing and for emergency supply of external devices such as bswp. barbecue, radiant heater, etc.

- Connection for Truma Eis-Ex


Material: various
internal parts: Stainless steel

Conformity/ approval:

- CE marking/ EC type examination according to DGR.

From current production year - Made in Germany.


Outlet pressure:
Manometer:
Crash sensor:
Nominal pressure:
Flow rate:
Mounting location:
Item weight:
0,59 kg
Ausgang:
8mm RVS

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