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The information provided pertains to a specific heating system component used for temperature regulation in individual rooms.
Size: 1/2″ The component has a size of 1/2″, indicating its compatibility with systems or devices that accept this particular size. Unfortunately, further details regarding its shape are not specified.
The component is designed with threads of ISO 228 standard. ISO 228 is equivalent to DIN EN ISO 228 and BS EN ISO 228, which are widely recognized thread standards. These threads allow for secure and reliable connections when integrating the component into a heating system.
The component is suitable for operation within a temperature range of 6℃ to 28℃. The component can withstand a maximum working pressure of 10 bar. And component can tolerate a maximum differential pressure of 1 bar.
This Brass TRV Set Angle Type serves the purpose of regulating temperatures in individual rooms by connecting with radiators. It is designed to enable temperature control on a room-by-room basis, allowing for the maintenance of constant desired temperatures while reducing energy consumption. In terms of its physical characteristics, the size of this component is 1/2″, indicating compatibility with systems or devices that can accommodate this specific size. While the shape of the component is not specified, it is important to note that it is designed in accordance with the EN215 standards.
The threads of this Brass TRV Set Angle Type adhere to the ISO 228 standard, which is equivalent to DIN EN ISO 228 and BS EN ISO 228. These widely recognized thread standards ensure secure and reliable connections when integrating the component into a heating system. Regarding the temperature and pressure range, the working temperature of the component ranges from 6℃ to 28℃. This allows for efficient temperature regulation within this specified range. The maximum working pressure that the component can withstand is 10 bar, ensuring its resilience and safety under normal operating conditions. Additionally, it can tolerate a maximum differential pressure of 1 bar, which accounts for pressure differences within the system.
The hysteresis of the component is measured at 0.8K. Hysteresis refers to the temperature difference between the activation and deactivation points of the heating system, indicating the responsiveness and accuracy of the component’s temperature control.