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WEH® Adaptor Nozzle TK4 CNG GOST for cars with NGV1 receptacle profile to GOST fuelling nozzle, Ø 18.0 mm (Russia)

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  • Push-Pull actuation
  • Plastic thermal protection
  • WEH® Jaw Locking Mechanism
  • High-grade materials
  • Compact design
Description
WEH® Adaptor Nozzle TK4 CNG GOST for cars with NGV1 receptacle profile to GOST fuelling nozzle, Ø 18.0 mm (Russia)
The NGV1 standard is not yet in use in filling stations and vehicles in all countries.
To allow refuelling between the NGV1 standard and other country-specific standards, WEH offers a range of adaptor nozzles.
To refuel NGV1 vehicles at filling stations in Russia with the GOST standard, WEH has developed the TK4 CNG GOST adaptor nozzle.

Operating the nozzle is quite simple. The adaptor nozzle is simply positioned straight and pushed onto the receptacle. The clamping jaws of the TK4 CNG GOST firmly clamp the receptacle. When the nozzle is connected, the integrated shut-off valve opens – the pressure-tight connection is established.

Unlike the frequently used ball coupling, the clamping jaws of the TK4 CNG GOST leave no marks on the receptacle.
Thanks to the elongated design of the adaptor nozzle, even receptacles that are difficult to reach can easily be refuelled.
Features
  • Push-Pull actuation
  • Plastic thermal protection
  • WEH® Jaw Locking Mechanism
  • High-grade materials
  • Compact design
Technical Data
Pressure range B200 acc. to ISO 14469-1 (P30 acc. to ANSI NGV1)
PN = 200 bar (3,000 psi) | PS = 300 bar | PT = 450 bar
Temperature range -40 °C up to +85 °C
Media inlet GOST Ø 18.0 mm
Material Corrosion resistant
Sealing material Natural gas compatible
Part No. C1-31219-X2-X01
Application
Adaptor nozzle for CNG filling of cars having a NGV1 receptacle profile at car fuelling stations with NZ/GOST standard. Operation only by specially trained service personnel. Not for self-service operation!
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