LPG filling points are used for refuelling various propane/butane containers (autogas tank, gas cylinder, fuel gas tank etc.).
Filling points can be fixed in the vehicle body or mounted in the gas box with the help of a holder.
LPG filling points are equipped on the input side with a connection piece suitable for the filling station pistol. On the output side, different versions are available for the connection to an LPG filling hose or a line connection such as copper pipe or thermoplastic hose, in straight or 90° angled versions.
An integrated non-return valve prevents gas from escaping from the refuelling pipe.
All the LPG filling points are homologated according to the ECE 67 R 01 normativity.
ACME filling points
The ACME filling points are used in the following countries:
Bayonet filling points
The Bayonet filling points are used in the following countries:
- Great Britain
DISH filling points
The DISH filling points are used in the following countries:
DISH filling valves are available on the outlet side, exclusively for the connection of filling hoses. An appropriate adapter must be used for the installation of pipelines.
Euronozzle filling points
Euronozzle filling ponits were developed by SRG and were originally intended to be introduced as a uniform valve type throughout Europe. However, the valve type never really gained acceptance and has been used in parts of Spain as well as in Portugal since March 2018.
Euronozzle filling valves are available on the outlet side, exclusively for the connection of filling hoses. An appropriate adapter must be used for the installation of pipelines.
Light filling points
Thanks to the universal 22 mm internal thread, the light filling points can be refueled worldwide at any LPG filling station with the appropriate refuelling adapter.
In addition to the filling point itself, the scope of delivery of all light filling points also includes a plastic cap as well as four nuts and four screws for fastening.
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