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Profipress G

General

Flow-​optimised press connector system made of copper (99.9 % Cu-​DHP), gunmetal or silicon bronze for copper pipes. Press connectors for protecting the sealing element equipped with cylindrical pipe guide. Press connectors from d64.0 with stainless steel cutting ring to ensure the mechanical strength of the connection. The pressing force is located before and behind the sealing element seat. Suitable for concealed and pre-​wall installations of riser pipes and floor installations.

Marking
Manufacturer, pipe dimension, batch, approval markings (DVGW), yellow dot on press end, yellow rectangle with inscription »Gas MOP 5 / GT1«, detachable orange label as press indicator from d64.0

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    Press connector with SC‑Contur
    Inadvertently unpressed connections are noticed immediately during a leakage test.
    Viega guarantees the detection of unpressed connections in the following pressure ranges with compressed air or inert gases:
    min. air pressure: 22 hPa / 22 mbar / 0.3 PSI
    max. air pressure: 0.3 MPa / 3 bar / 43.5 PSI

    Sealing elements
    HNBR (hydrogenated acrylonitrile butadiene rubber), yellow, pre-​assembled

    Dimensions
    d12–64.0, size availability in accordance with the national regulations

    Tools
    The functional safety of Viega press connector systems depends primarily on the faultless condition of the press tools used. For the manufacture of press connections, Viega recommends the use of Viega press tools. Viega press tools have to be regularly maintained by authorised service partners.

    Areas of application
    Natural gas/liquid gas
    Heating oil/diesel fuel (d12–54)

    Note
    Use of the system for areas of application and media other than those described must be agreed in consultation with Viega! Detailed information about applications, restrictions and national standards and directives can be found in the product information, either printed or on the Viega website.

    Note – Standards and approvals
    Press connectors tested in accordance with DVGW Worksheet W 534 with DVGW test mark.
    Approval for d12–64.0 in accordance with DVGW Reg. No. DG 4550AU0070.
    Press connectors suitable for copper pipes in accordance with DIN EN 1057 and DVGW Worksheet GW 392.
    Gases in accordance with DVGW G 260 in gas installations in accordance with DVGW-​TRGI 2018 (DVGW Worksheet G 600) / DVFG-​TRF 2021.
    Liquid gases in the gas phase for domestic and commercial applications, tested in accordance with DVGW Worksheet G 5614.
    Pipelines for heating oil in accordance with DIN 51603 and pipelines for diesel fuel as suction and pressure pipelines in accordance with DIN EN 590 in consideration of the General Building Approval Z-38.4‑1.

    Operating conditions gas and liquid gas installations
    operating temperature -20 °C to +70 °C (-4 °F to +158 °F)
    operating pressure max. 0.5 MPa / 5 bar / 72.5 PSI
    operating pressure at HTB requirements 650°C (1202 °F)/30 minutes max. 0.1 MPa (1 bar; 14.5 PSI)

    Operating conditions heating oil and diesel fuel installation
    operating temperature max. 40 °C / 104 °F
    operating pressure -0.05 to +0.5 MPa (-0.5 to +5 bar / -7.25 to +72.5 PSI)

    Material press connector
    Copper: 99.9 % Cu-​DHP
    gunmetal: CC499K
    silicon bronze: CC246E / CuSi4Zn9MnP

    Pressure gradient calculator
    Web application for quick and simple calculation of pipeline dimensions for potable water, heating and gas supply lines with associated pressure loss tables across the entire system.

    Subject to change without prior notice!
    Latest Z- and installation dimensions as well as further technical information can be found on the Viega website and have to be checked before purchase, planning, construction work and use. Our products are continuously optimised.

    This product description contains important information on choice of product and system, mounting, commissioning as well as intended use and, if required, on maintenance measures. This information on products, their features and application techniques is based on currently valid standards in Europe (e.g. EN) and/or in Germany (e.g. DIN/DVGW). Some passages in the text may refer to technical regulations in Europe/Germany. These should be considered as recommendations for other countries where no corresponding national requirements exist. The relevant national laws, standards, regulations, directives and other technical provisions take priority over the German/European directives specified in this product description: The information herein is not binding for other countries and regions and should be understood as recommendation.

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