3500-3506_ Check valve female/female and spring shutter
TIEMME

3500-3506_ Check valve female/female and spring shutter

Check valves are mainly used are mainly used in the public and private water network, allowing for the circulation of the fluid only in the direction set by the device, avoiding the liquid from flowing back in the opposite direction, this way contact between water systems is avoided, automatically closing should there be conditions for a reflux.

The spring shutter lifts up, opening the valve, at a minimum pressure of 25 mbar.

Tiemme check valves satisfy the requirements set by the norm EN 1717 and are part of category 2 for the risk of water contamination.Check valves with shutter, Female thread connections UNI ISO 228.

Wide range available, for any installation and connection requirement from G1/2" (DN15) to G4" (DN100).

Available in the following versions:
Art. 3500 - Polyamide shutter (Yacht)
Art. 3506 – Metal shutter (Eurostop)



Related products:
Art. 0600 Pe-X pipe with Aluminium coil
Art. 1650 Press fitting/ Male for multi-layer pipe
Art. 1654 Elbow press fitting male for multi-layer pipe
Art. 1658 "T" press fitting, male for multi-layer pipe

Art. 2361 - 2361N - 2371 - 2371B - 2371N Standard bore ball valve for water with Male/ Female thread
Art. 2311 - 2311N - 2321 - 2321N Full bore ball valve for water Male/ Female thread
Art. 2372 - 2372B - 2382 - 2382B Standard bore ball valve for water with Male / Male thread
Art. 2332 Valvola a sfera a passaggio totale per acqua filetto Maschio/ Maschio

Specification
  • Art.3500
    Check valve with Polyamide shutter, threaded female connections
    Production range from G1/2" (DN15) to G4" (DN100).
    Body: Brass CW617N
    Shutter: PA

    Maximum working temperature: 100°C
    Minimum working temperature: - 20°C
    Maximum working pressure: 12 bar (G1/2" ÷ G1”) - 10 bar (G1”1/4 ÷ G2”) - 8 bar (G2”1/2 ÷ G4”)
    Minimum opening pressure: 25mbar
    Suitable liquids: Drinking water, water and glycol solutions (maximum glycole percentage 30%), non-corrosive fluids.
    Water contamination risk: category 2
    Thread: ISO 228



    Art.3506
    Check valve with metal shutter, threaded female connections a
    Production range from G1/2" (DN15) to G4" (DN100).
    Body: Brass CW617N
    Shutter: brass CW617N

    Maximum working temperature: 110°C
    Minimum working temperature: - 20°C
    Maximum working pressure: 25 bar (G1/2" ÷ G1”) - 18 bar (G1”1/4 ÷ G2”) - 12 bar (G2”1/2 ÷ G4”)
    Minimum opening pressure: 25mbar
    Suitable liquids: Drinking water, water and glycol solutions (maximum glycole percentage 30%), non-corrosive fluids.
    Water contamination risk: category 2
    Thread: ISO 228

Technical specification
  • Unique ref.3500-3505_Check-valve_Valvola-ritegno
  • Collection setVALVES AND TAPS
  • CollectionCHECK VALVES
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2020-09-28
  • Edition number1
Related
  • Material mainBrass
  • Designed inItaly
  • Manufactured inItaly
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryPlumbing - Valves
  • UNSPSC nameBall check valves
  • UNSPSC code40141618
  • Uniclass 1.4 CodeL7136
  • Uniclass 1.4 DescriptionValves
  • Uniclass 2.0 CodePR-94-94
  • Uniclass 2.0 DescriptionValves
  • NBS Reference Code94
  • NBS Reference DescriptionValves
  • OmniClass Number23-27 31 00

Region availability

Europe Asia South America Oceania Africa North America
Albania
Maldives
Argentina
Papua New Guinea
Algeria
Anguilla
Monaco
Mongolia
Bolivia
Pitcairn Islands
Namibia
Antigua and Barbuda
Montenegro
Myanmar (Burma)
Brazil
Samoa
Niger
Aruba
Netherlands
Nepal
Chile
Solomon Islands
Nigeria
Barbados
Norway
North Korea
Colombia
Timor-Leste
Republic of the Congo
Belize
Poland
Pakistan
Ecuador
Tokelau
Reunion
Bermuda
Portugal
Philippines
Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)
Tonga
Rwanda
British Virgin Islands
Romania
Singapore
French Guiana
Tuvalu
Saint Helena
Canada
Russia
South Korea
Guyana
United States Minor Outlying Islands
São Tomé and Príncipe
Caribbean Netherlands
San Marino
Sri Lanka
Paraguay
Wallis and Futuna
Senegal
Cayman Islands
Serbia
Taiwan
Peru
Vanuatu
Seychelles
Collectivity of Saint Martin
Slovakia
Tajikistan
Suriname
Palau
Sierra Leone
United States
Slovenia
Thailand
Uruguay
Northern Mariana Islands
Somalia
U.S. Virgin Islands
Spain
Turkmenistan
Venezuela
Niue
South Africa
Costa Rica
Svalbard and Jan Mayen
Uzbekistan
American Samoa
South Sudan
Cuba
Sweden
Vietnam
Australia
Sudan
Curaçao
Switzerland
Malaysia
Cook Islands
Swaziland
Dominica
Ukraine
Macau
Federated States of Micronesia
Tanzania
Dominican Republic
United Kingdom
Kyrgyzstan
Fiji
The Gambia
El Salvador
Vatican City
Armenia
French Polynesia
Togo
Greenland
Åland Islands
Azerbaijan
Guam
Tunisia
Grenada
Moldova
Bangladesh
Kiribati
Uganda
Guadeloupe
Malta
Bhutan
Marshall Islands
Western Sahara
Guatemala
Luxembourg
British Indian Ocean Territory
Nauru
Zambia
Haiti
Andorra
Brunei
New Caledonia
Zimbabwe
Honduras
Austria
Cambodia
New Zealand
Mozambique
Jamaica
Belarus
China
Norfolk Island
Morocco
Martinique
Belgium
Christmas Island
Mayotte
Montserrat
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Cocos (Keeling) Islands
Mauritius
Nicaragua
Bulgaria
Georgia
Angola
Panama
Croatia
Hong Kong
Benin
Puerto Rico
Cyprus
India
Botswana
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Czech Republic
Indonesia
Burkina Faso
Saint Lucia
Denmark
Japan
Burundi
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Estonia
Kazakhstan
Cameroon
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Faroe Islands
Laos
Cape Verde
Saint-Barthélemy
Finland
Iran
Central African Republic
Sint Maarten
France
Iraq
Chad
The Bahamas
Germany
Israel
Comoros
Trinidad and Tobago
Gibraltar
Jordan
Côte d'Ivoire
Turks and Caicos Islands
Greece
Kuwait
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Mexico
Guernsey
Lebanon
Djibouti
Hungary
Oman
Equatorial Guinea
Iceland
Palestine
Ethiopia
Ireland
Qatar
Gabon
Isle of Man
Saudi Arabia
Ghana
Italy
Syria
Guinea
Jersey
Turkey
Guinea-Bissau
Latvia
United Arab Emirates
Kenya
Liechtenstein
Yemen
Lesotho
Lithuania
Bahrain
Liberia
Macedonia (FYROM)
Afghanistan
Libya
Madagascar
Malawi
Mali
Mauritania
Eritrea
Egypt