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Plunger valve, mechanical

Order No.: 60G454

Manufacturer: Kuhnke

Series: 72

Manufacturer No.: 72.020

RoHS compliant version available, last updated: 31.03.2015
Amount Price per piece(s) incl. VAT Price per piece(s) without VAT
1 €52.8717 €44.43
2 €50.2299 €42.21
5 €47.719 €40.10
in stock 26 piece(s)
Without shipping costs
Minimum order quantity:  1
Multiple:  1

Inform yourself now about product 72.020 of Kendrion Kuhnke at Bürklin Elektronik!

Product specification

Technical features
3/2-Way Micro air valve
M5 Connector
1.5-8 bar
2 mm
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Manufacturer information
Manufacturer: Kuhnke
Also known as: Kendrion Kuhnke
Series: 72
Manufacturer number: 72.020
Country of origin: Italy
Customs tariff number: 84812090

Product description

Mechanically actuated air valves, type Kuhnke 72.0.

Low actuation force, wide rated bore. Compact dimensions; Pressure range: 1.5 to 8.0 bar. Rated bore: 2 = 2.0 mm. Function: 3/2-way valve (seat valve, non-intersecting, servo control). Operating temperatures: –10 to +60 °C. Housing: polyamide. Expanding sleeve with gripper claws: brass. O-ring and diaphragm: Perbunan. Mounting position: any. Pressure media connection: integrated plug-in fittings for PE 4 x 1 or PA 4 x 0.65 tubing. Air consumption at 6.0 bar: approx. 0.7 l/min (0 °C/1013 mbar). Changeover time at 6.0 bar: approx. 65 ms. Actuating force at 8.0 bar: approx. 1.0 N. Actuating travel: approx. 0.6 mm. Overtravel: approx. 1.0 mm. Media for operation: filtered, oiled or filtered oil-free compressed air or other gaseous media with viscosity in accordance with ISO-VG 10. Mode of operation: NC (in zero position) or NO (in zero position). Basic dimensions: L 26/35, W 10, H 19.6 mm.

With roll lever, type 72.020/025.

Return: spring.

Type: 72.020, NC

technical documents

Technical Data Sheets

Environmentally relevant information

REACH Not relevant
RoHS  Yes (31.03.2015)
SVHC  Free (16.07.2019)