AV095

AV095

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​The AV095 series of relief valves are safety devices for discharging a certain amount of gas when the pressure at the control point exceeds a given level due to any temporary occurrence.

AV095 relief valves from Honeywell's Gorter product line can discharge gas for occurrences such as the momentary shutting of the on-off valve and/or the overheating of the gas with no flow requirement. The amount of discharged gas depends on the entity of the excess pressure in relation to the pressure setting.

AV095 offers a simple design, can be mounted in any position and requires little maintenance. It provides improved operational safety and high response accuracy.

Technical specifications include:

  • Medium: Gases in gas group 2, as listed in DVGW worksheet G260 L 

  • Temperature: -20°C to +60°C

  • System pressure: Maximum 100 bar / 250 bar

  • Maximum outlet pressure: Depends on spring type

  • Weight: approx. 10 kg

  • Height: 250 mm

  • Largest diameter: Ø 130 mm

  • Pipe connections ¼" BSP (2x; inlet and breathing); ½" BSP (outlet)

​AV095 relief valves offer users high response accuracy and improved operational safety while requiring minimal maintenance.

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