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B Press Carbon Steel: Unique O-Ring Design

Conex >B< Press Carbon fittings are user friendly and very quick to install, leading to savings on labour costs. It also offers the advantage of a flame free installation, therefore posing no fire risk. Conex >B< Press Carbon is a versatile press fitting system for use on Carbon tubes in accordance with EN 10305-3.

Our >B< Press Carbon is installed, with a mechanical press tool with a compatible jaw with a >B< profile to fit each size of fitting required. When pressure is exerted through the press tool the joint is permanently made and the fitting cannot be dismounted or re-used. The >B< Press Carbon system eliminates the need for solder, adhesives or additional jointing materials. The >B< profile has the advantage of a 3 Point Press, two mechanical presses either side of the bead and one hydraulic press crimping the o-ring. This provides a more secure joint.

Pressing Indicator Feature
IBP has developed a unique pressing indicator, a specially designed EPDM O-ring. It has a reduced section in two positions causing leaks at low pressures when not pressed (from 0.1 to 5.0 bar). When the fitting is pressed, the o-ring material compresses, filling the gaps, securing a leak-free path.

Hydraulic working temperatures and pressures for water and gas:

Application

Pressure (bar)

Temperature

Medium

Drinking water installations to EN 806

10
16

95°C
30°C

Drinking Water to DWD

Chilled Water

10

5°C

Water

Solar Heating

3

-35°C to +130°C
200°C 20 h/a
180°C 60 h/a

50/50 glycol/water mix

Long Distance Water Heating

10

130°C

50/50 glycol/water mix

Rainwater installations

10

30°C

Rainwater

Compressed air installations (oil free)

10

30°C

Compressed air to ISO 8573.1 Class 1-4 (oil free)

Ship Building

10 16

95°C 30°C

Water

Vacuum

-0.8

Ambient

-

Domestic Fire Sprinkler Systems

16

Ambient

Water

Gas Installations DVGW - TRGI 1986/96

PN5/GT/1

-20°C to +70°C

Gases according to DVGW G260

Liquid Gas installations

PN5/GT/1

-20°C to +70°C

Gases according to DVGW G260

Fuel oil installations

PN5

-20°C to +40°C

-

Maximum Working Temperatures and Pressures for Water and Gas Applications

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