Dry fuse

Dry fuse type R (R-1, R-3 and R-5) for manual burners on acetylene-propane-butane

Code /
– R-1 – 27001
– R-3 – 27003
– R-5 – 27005

The use of
– Dry fuses of type R are used to protect equipment and variants from flame retardation during manual autogenous welding and cutting with acetylene, propanbutane and other fuel gases.
– They can also be used in central distribution centers only as an additional (secondary) protection.

Note
– Dry fuse type R can not replace a water fuse on central divisions (acetylene P / B and others).
– The fuses are manufactured in accordance with JUS K.M6.022.

Dry fuses type R (R-2, R-4 and R-6) for manual burners on oxygen

Codes /
– R-2 – 27002
– R-4 – 27004
– R-6 – 27006

The use of
– Dry fuses of type R are used to protect equipment and variants from flame retardation during manual autogenous welding and cutting with acetylene, propanbutane and other fuel gases.
– They can also be used in central distribution centers only as an additional (secondary) protection.

Note
– Dry fuse type R can not replace a water fuse on central divisions (acetylene P / B and others).
– The fuses are manufactured in accordance with JUS K.M6.022.

Dry Fuse Type M-1 for machine burners for acetylene, propane-butane and natural gas

Code / 27011

The use of
– Dry fire extinguishers for machine burners M-1, M-2 and M-3 serve to protect the machine cutting equipment, as well as the cutter itself, from a flame retardation.
– Mounted exclusively on machine burners, on each gas line.
– Can be used for welding and cutting with acetylene, propane, butane, natural gas, and oxygen.

Maintenance
– At least once a year, return flame retardant fuse. If there is a significant reduction in gas flow, replace it with new ones.
– All fuselage repairs are made exclusively by the manufacturer.

Note
– Each fuse has been tested for sealing (M-1 to 2.5 bar and M-2 and M-3 at 10 bar) and at least three return flames.
– Dry fuse type M can not replace water fuse.

Dry flame fuses are designed in such a way that the gas opens the non-return valve (1) when entering the fuse and continues to flow through the sinter cartridge (2) and open in the carrier carrier (3) to the machine burner. The direction of the gas flow is given by an arrow on the fuse body. When a flame return occurs as a result of the explosion that occurs then, the pressure inside the fuse increases. The pressure acts on the non-return valve, closes it and prevents the further flow of gas from the installation or bottle. The return flame comes in the space between the sinter sleeve (2) and the fuse body (4) the gas passes through the sinter cartridge, it cools and there is no touching of the new gas, it is switched off and prevents its further expansion. This is the basic purpose of the fuses M-1, M-2 and M-3.26.

Dry fuses type M-2 and M-3 for oxygen machine burners

Code / 27012
Code / 27013

The use of
– Dry fire extinguishers for machine burners M-1, M-2 and M-3 serve to protect the machine cutting equipment, as well as the cutter itself, from a flame retardation.
– Mounted exclusively on machine burners, on each gas line.
– Can be used for welding and cutting with acetylene, propane, butane, natural gas, and oxygen.

Maintenance
– At least once a year, return flame retardant fuse. If there is a significant reduction in gas flow, replace it with new ones.
– All fuselage repairs are made exclusively by the manufacturer.

Note
– Each fuse has been tested for sealing (M-1 to 2.5 bar and M-2 and M-3 at 10 bar) and at least three return flames.
– Dry fuse type M can not replace water fuse.

Dry flame fuses are designed in such a way that the gas opens the non-return valve (1) when it enters the fuse (1) and continues to flow through the sinter cartridge (2) and opens into the carrier rack (3) to the machine. The damping fuses are designed so that the gas opens when the fuse The non-return valve (1) continues to flow through the sinter cartridge (2) and open in the carrier carrier (3) to the machine burner. The direction of the gas flow is given by an arrow on the fuse body. When a flame return occurs as a result of the explosion that occurs then, the pressure inside the fuse increases. The pressure acts on the non-return valve, closes it and prevents the further flow of gas from the installation or bottle. The return flame comes in the space between the sinter sleeve (2) and the fuse body (4) the gas passes through the sinter cartridge, it cools and there is no touching of the new gas, it is switched off and prevents its further expansion. This is the basic purpose of the fuses M-1, M-2 and M-3.26.

burner. The direction of the gas flow is given by an arrow on the fuse body. When a flame return occurs as a result of the explosion that occurs then, the pressure inside the fuse increases. The pressure acts on the non-return valve, closes it and prevents the further flow of gas from the installation or bottle. The return flame comes in the space between the sinter sleeve (2) and the fuse body (4) the gas passes through the sinter cartridge, it cools and there is no touching of the new gas, it is switched off and prevents its further expansion. This is the basic purpose of the fuses M-1, M-2 and M-3.26.