Mounting of rectifier plug
See fig. 2.
Mounting screw of rectifier plug
Torque: 40 Ncm max.
Fig. 3. Coil connection
Current and power consumption at nominal voltage
220 V, 50/60 Hz
240 V, 50/60 Hz
110 V, 50/60 Hz
24 V, 50/60 Hz
Take care that installer is a trained experienced
Turn off gas supply before starting installation.
Disconnect power supply to prevent electrical shock
and/or equipment damage.
Do not remove seals over inlet and outlet until the
device is ready to be installed.
If M5 air pressure connection is not to be used, it is
recommanded to push a dust cap into the hole.
The gas control can be mounted 0 to 90° in any direction
from the upright position, i.e. from the position when electric
coils are on top.
Main gas connection
Gas controls with internal thread
Take care that dirt cannot enter the gas control during
Use a sound taper fitting with thread according to ISO 7-1
or a piece of new, properly reamed pipe, free from swarf.
Do not thread or tighten the pipe or pipe fitting too far (see
table below). Otherwise distortion and malfunction could
Pipe size (inch)
Apply a moderate amount of good quality thread
compound to the pipe or fitting only, leaving the two end
threads bare.If permitted by local safety regulations PTFE
tape may be used as an alternative.
Tighten gas control using the right open end wrench.
See fig. 4.
Ensure the gas flows in the same direction as the arrow
on the bottom of the gas control.
Gas controls for flange connection
Insert "O"-ring in the groove of each flange. If necessary
grease "O"-ring slightly to keep it in place.
Mount gas control between flanges using the four screws
for each flange.
Max. length of pipe thread (mm)