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Profipress CR


Press connector system with press connectors made of copper and gunmetal tested in acc. with DVGW worksheet W 534 with DVGW test seal and pipes made of copper in acc. with EN 1057 in acc. with DVGW worksheet GW 392.
Suitable for potable water installations in acc. with DIN 1988.
For dimensionally stable concealed and pre-​wall installations of manifold and riser pipes in Viega component assembly.

Press connectors

All sizes with SC‑Contur – connections, which remain unpressed become visible when the system is filled. The SC‑Contur is certified and fulfils the requirements of DVGW worksheet W 534, Point 12.14, Connectors with forced leakage.
During leakage tests with water, Viega guarantees the identification of unpressed connections in the pressure range 0.1 MPa–0.65 MPa, in the case of a dry leakage test with compressed air or noble gases from 22 hPa–0.3 MPa.

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    Sealing elements

    Copper, gunmetal: CC499K
    Silicon bronze*: CC246E/ CuSi4Zn9MnP
    (both according to UBA list dated 15th March 2017)

    Standard sizes: d 12; 15; 18

    Areas of application
    Potable water
    Heating/Radiator connection

    Use for application areas and media other than those described here must be agreed with Viega Service Center through a material request.

    Operating conditions
    Please find the maximum operating temperatures and pressures of the individual areas of use in the technical documentation.

    Use of press tools
    The functional safety of the Viega press connector systems is primarily dependent on the perfect condition of the press tools and press machines used. For this reason, for the production of press connections, we recommend the use of Viega press tools and their regular inspection by authorised service points.

    Technical data
    Press connectors and components are constantly being optimised. If required, the current Z and installation dimensions can be obtained from the download area of the Viega homepage:

    *) Change of material due to the current switch of production from gunmetal to the Viega worldwide uniform silicon bronze alloy
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