Elektrogas VMR VMR60 Safety Solenoid Valve

Safety solenoid valves for air and gas, fast opening and fast closing type DN8 ... DN150 The VMR type valve is a fast opening single-stage solenoid valve, normally closed (open when energized). This type of device is suitable for air or gas blocking and releasing controls, required in gas power burners, atmospheric gas boilers, industrial kilns and others gas consuming appliances.
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Function and Application

The VMR type valve is a safety shutting device using auxiliary power supply. When it is de-energized, the spring pushes on the seal disc, keeping the gas passage closed. Now, the inlet chamber is under the gas line pressure which forces on the disc, increasing the closing function and improving the seal. When the coil is powered the valve opens rapidly, against the strength of the spring and gas pressure. The flow may be adjusted using the regulating screw on the top (see the installation and service instructions). If the power supply is shut off, the valve rapidly closes, interrupting the gas flow 


Connections Internal threaded ISO 7-1 from Rp1/4 to Rp2½
ANSI-ASME B1.20 from 1/4”NPT to 2”½NPT
Flanged ISO 7005 PN16 from DN40 to DN150
ANSI-ASA-ASME B16.5 class 150 from 2” to 6”
Voltage ratings 230 VAC 50/60 Hz
120 VAC 50/60 Hz
110 VAC 50/60 Hz
Voltage tolerance -15% to +10%
Temperature -15°C to +60°C (+5°F to +140°F)
Max. operating pressure 200 mbar (3 psig)
360 mbar (5 psig)
500 mbar (7 psig)
6 bar * (90 psig)
Body test pressure 1 bar (15 psig)
9 bar * (130 psig)
Closing time < 1 second
Opening time < 1 second
Gas strainer 600 ┬Ám (0.02 in) (except brass models and 6 bar)
Enclosure IP54 (NEMA 3), optional IP65 with cable (NEMA 4)
Cable gland M20x1,5 for terminal box
PG 9 for ISO plug
Wires cross-section 2,5 mm2 max. (AWG 12) for terminal board
1,5 mm2 max. (AWG 14) for ISO plug
Electrical safety Class I (EN 60335-1)
Coil winding insulation Class H (200°C, 392°F)
Coil thermal resistance Class F (155°C, 311°F)
Data Sheet Elektrogas-VMR