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WEH® Service Receptacle TNS10 H₂ for discharging hydrogen fuel tanks, no self-service, 16 bar

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  • Integrated shut-off valve
  • Reduces chatter during discharging
  • Sealing-friendly design
  • Dust protection cap
Description
WEH® Service Receptacle TNS10 H₂ for discharging hydrogen fuel tanks, no self-service, 16 bar
Vehicles running on hydrogen have to be serviced and checked regularly. To achieve this, it is necessary to discharge all pressure vessels resp. fuel tanks. The WEH® TNS10 H2 Service Receptacle has been designed for this specific purpose.

It is mounted on the underside of the H2 vehicle and provides simple discharging of the fuel tank.

We recommend that the WEH® TNS10 H2 Service receptacle is used with the WEH® TW110 H2 Service connector. The TW110 H2 needs only to be placed onto the service receptacle and discharging can commence. After discharging, the service nozzle can be disconnected.
Features
  • Integrated shut-off valve
  • Reduces chatter during discharging
  • Sealing-friendly design
  • Dust protection cap
Technical Data
Nominal bore DN 6 mm
Pressure range PN = 16 bar | PS = 20 bar | PT = 30 bar
Temperature Range -40 °F up to max. +185 °F
Media inlet UN 11/16"-16 male thread for O-Lok® Face Seal* for tube Ø 10 (3/8"), Face Seal acc. to SAE J1453
Material Corrosion resistant stainless steel
Sealing material Hydrogen compatible
Design Incl. integrated shut-off valve
Bulkhead fitting and protection cap
Approvals Certified quality assurance system according to the pressure equipment directive 2014/68/EC
Part No. C1-151481
Application
Service receptacle for discharging hydrogen fuel tanks.
Operation only by specially trained service personnel. Not for self-service operation!
Attention: The TNS10 H2 may not be used for filling!

Note: The TNS10 H2 may only be used in connection with a suitable locking device or shut-off valve (e.g. ball valve)!
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