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WEH® Receptacle TN1 H₂ for refueling of cars (EC79), with tube Ø 10, filter 50 micron, 5,000 psi

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  • EC79 approval available
  • Low-noise refuelling
  • Integrated self-cleaning particle filter (50 micron)
  • Integrated high-flow check valve
  • Sealing-friendly design
Description
WEH® Receptacle TN1 H₂ for refueling of cars (EC79), with tube Ø 10, filter 50 micron, 5,000 psi
The WEH® TN1 H2 Receptacle with double ferrule fitting is designed specifically for hydrogen refueling of fuel cell electric cars.

Due to the internal aerodynamic design the receptacle gives low noise (no high frequency whistle) combined with maximum flow rate and fast filling.

The receptacle is a very durable unit, minimizing maintenance and down-time.

The WEH® TN1 H2 Receptacle has an integrated check valve system which is designed to minimize the effect that dirt particles have on the sealing components within the receptacle. The TN1 H2 is also equipped with a coding for pressure range and gas type.
Features
  • EC79 approval available
  • Low-noise refuelling
  • Integrated self-cleaning particle filter (50 micron)
  • Integrated high-flow check valve
  • Sealing-friendly design
  • Coding for pressure range / gas type
Technical Data
Nominal bore DN 8 mm
Pressure range PN = 5,000 psi (350 bar) | PS = 450 bar | PT = 675 bar
Temperature Range -40 °F up to max. +185 °F
Material Corrosion resistant
Sealing material Hydrogen compatible
Design With protection cap, integrated check valve and fittings (only for receptacles with tube fitting)
Approvals EC79
SAE J2600:2002
Part No. C1-35426
Application
Receptacle with double ferrule fitting acc. to EC79 for refueling of electric / hybrid cars with fuell cells (FCV) with hydrogen.
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Datasheet PDF 383 KB
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