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U406 Breakaway

U406

U406 Breakaway

The U406 is designed to be installed on fuel dispensing hoses,and will separate when subjected to a designed pull force. The dual valves seat automatically, stopping the flow of fuel and limiting any fuel spillage, while protecting the dispensing equipment. For proper operation, the U406-A/B should be installed with a "straightening" hose with a minimum length of 9". U406-C/D should be installed with a minimum length of 12" .

Materials:

Body: Aluminum

Main Seals: Viton

Main Spring: stainless steel

Guide and poppet: POM

Protective Sleeve: PVC

Features:

Pull force- the U406 will break away with a pull force of 250 lbs ±5%, the U406 will break away with a pull force of 300 lbs±5%.

Certainty of operation- designed to be replaced after separation, instead of reassembled, to protect against reassembly errors.

Unique double-poppet design-features low pressure drop.

Flow rate: 0-60L/Min(3/4")

0-120L/Min(1")

Working pressure: 0.18Mpa

Low pressure drop- the integral check valve design allows for minimal pressure drop for faster, high-volume fill-ups.

100% Factory Tested.

Package:

Product ID Net Weight Cross Weight Sizet

U406-A 23kg/case of 100 26kg/case of 100 26.8x48x26 cm /case of 100

U406-B 23kg/case of 100 26kg/case of 100 26.8x48x26 cm /case of 100

U406-C 19kg/case of 50 22kg/case of 50 29x29x30 cm /case of 50

U406-D 19kg/case of 50 22kg/case of 50 29x29x30 cm /case of 50

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