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electric release,
pneumatic release,
hydraulic release

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All rights reserved. Written approval must be
obtained from Minimax GmbH for any further
use - also in extracts

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Table of contents
1.

Delivery program .............................................................................................................................6


1.1. General..........................................................................................................................................7

2.

Safety notes......................................................................................................................................8
2.1 Basic safety notes .........................................................................................................................8
2.2 Safety regulations..........................................................................................................................8
2.2.1 Safety equipment .....................................................................................................................8
2.2.2 Informal safety measures .........................................................................................................9
2.2.3 Safety measures for normal operation .....................................................................................9
2.2.4 Electrical hazards .....................................................................................................................9
2.2.5 Upkeep and maintenance ........................................................................................................9
2.2.6 Structural changes of the system.............................................................................................9
2.2.7 Cleaning of the system and waste disposal .............................................................................9

3.

Mode of functioning ......................................................................................................................10


3.1 Electric actuation (Fig. 1 and 2 or 3 and 4) .................................................................................10
3.1.1 Electric actuation with impulse solenoid valve (Fig. 1 and 2).............................................10
3.1.2 Electric actuation with 2/2-way solenoid valve (Fig. 3 and 4) ................................................12
3.2 Pneumatic actuation (Fig. 5 and 6) .............................................................................................13
3.3 Hydraulic actuation (Fig. 7 and 8) ...............................................................................................14

4.

Function of the major components .............................................................................................16


4.1 Deluge valve (Fig. 9) ...................................................................................................................16
4.2 Solenoid valves (Figure 10 and 11) ............................................................................................17
4.2.1 Impulse solenoid valve (Fig. 10) ............................................................................................17
4.2.2 2/2-way solenoid valve (Fig. 11) ............................................................................................18
4.3 Quick drain valve (Fig. 12) ..........................................................................................................19
4.4 Diaphragm valve (Fig. 13) ...........................................................................................................20

5.

Deluge valve sets maintenance regulations ...............................................................................21


5.1 Deluge valve maintenance regulations (Fig. 14).........................................................................22
5.2 Solenoid valve maintenance regulations (Fig. 15) ......................................................................24
5.2.1 Impulse solenoid valve maintenance regulations...................................................................24
5.2.2 2/2-way solenoid valve maintenance regulations (Fig. 16) ....................................................26
5.3 Quick drain valve maintenance regulations (Fig. 17)..................................................................28
5.4 Diaphragm valve maintenance regulations (Fig. 18) ..................................................................30

6.

Technical data ................................................................................................................................31

7.

Spare parts .....................................................................................................................................32


7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4

Deluge valve................................................................................................................................32
Solenoid valve .............................................................................................................................35
Quick drain valve .........................................................................................................................37
Deluge valve set ..........................................................................................................................38

Operating instructions ..................................................................................................................44


8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4

Deluge valve electric impulse actuation ...................................................................................44


Deluge valve electric actuation (12 or 24 V) ............................................................................45
Deluge valve set hydraulic actuation........................................................................................46
Deluge valve pneumatic actuation ...........................................................................................47

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1.

Delivery program

Deluge valve sets electrically actuated 24 V


Impulse solenoid valve
DN 50
DN 80
DN 100
DN 150

Order no.
Order no.
Order no.
Order no.

VdS approval G 4960053

88 2843
88 2855
88 2867
88 2879

Deluge valve sets electrically actuated 24 V


2/2-way solenoid valve
DN 50
DN 80
DN 100
DN 150

Order no.
Order no.
Order no.
Order no.

82 9619
82 9620
82 9632
82 9644

VdS approval G 4920024

phasing out

Deluge valve sets pneumatically actuated


DN 50
DN 80
DN 100
DN 150

VdS approval G 4920025

Order no.82 9530


Order no. 82 9541
Order no. 82 9553
Order no. 82 9565

Deluge valve sets hydraulically actuated


DN 50
DN 80
DN 100
DN 150

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Order no.
Order no.
Order no.
Order no.

VdS approval G 4920026

84 8740
84 8751
84 8763
84 8775

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1.1.

General

Deluge valve sets are used in water spray extinguishing systems with open downstream pipework.
They are always to be used when large areas are to be extinguished with water through a
correspondingly large number of nozzles. Typical fields of application are:

Cooling of tank installations


Fire protection for transformer stations
Fire protection for platforms
Fire protection for process plants, etc.
Depending on the application the deluge valve sets are fitted with different actuators.
The following actuating variants are approved by the German Damage Insurers Association
(VdS):

Electric actuation via impulse solenoid valve 24 V/DC. Special designs with 12V impulse solenoid
valve available upon request. A detection system is usually necessary to trip the solenoid valve. This
deluge valve set returns to closed operating position by resetting the impulse solenoid valve (remote
control possible).

Electric actuation via a normal 2/2-way solenoid valve 24 V/DC. Special designs with 12V 2/2-way
solenoid valve available upon request. A detection system is also usually necessary to trip the
solenoid valve. Resetting of this deluge valve set to operating mode is only possible at site by
operating the quick drain valve (remote control not possible).
Caution: Please use impulse actuation 24 V/DC in case of a new installation with electric actuation. We
will phase out the electric actuation with normal 2/2-way solenoid valve 24 V/DC in
combination with the quick drain valve.

Pneumatic release via diaphragm valve


A diaphragm valve is actuated by pressure drop in a pilot pipework actuated by heat sensors.
Hydraulic actuation working directly on the control chamber of the deluge valve.
Actuation via pilot pipework by pressure drop from sprinklers.
In the case of hydraulic actuation the geodetic height difference between the pilot pipework and the
deluge valve set, depending on the water supply, is a factor that must be taken into account.

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2.

Safety notes

2.1

Basic safety notes

Observe the notes and directions given in this manual


A fundamental prerequisite for the safe and smooth operation of this system is awareness of
the basic safety notes and regulations.
This manual contains the essential notes and directions necessary to safe operation of the
system.
All personnel working with the system must pay due attention to this manual, and in particular
to the safety notes.
In addition to this, the accident prevention regulations in force at the location in question must
be observed.
Notes on handling the system
The deluge valve sets are state of the art and constructed in accordance with the accepted rules
of safety engineering practice. The systems are only to be used:
for their stated purpose
in a state corresponding to the correct safety engineering requirements
Any faults must be remedied immediately.
Stated purpose
The stated purpose of the deluge valve sets is that they are exclusively for use as part of a fire
extinguishing system in order to supply water.
Use for other or additional purposes is not permitted.
Minimax GmbH accepts no liability for loss or damage incurred through use for purposes other
than the stated purpose.
Proper use in accordance with the stated purpose includes:
adherence to all the notes and directions given in this manual and
adherence to the inspection and maintenance instructions
Warranty and liability
Our "General terms and conditions of sale and delivery" shall be applicable. These shall be made
available to the customer no later than the time at which the contract is concluded. Warranty and
liability for personal injury or damage to property shall be excluded if these are attributable to one
or more of the following causes:
Use of the system for a purpose other than the stated purpose.
Improper installation, commissioning, operation or maintenance of the system.
Operation of the system with defective safety equipment or improperly installed or
improperly functioning safety and protective devices.
Failure to observe the notes and directions in this manual regarding transport, storage,
installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of the system.
Unauthorised structural alterations to the system.
Improperly effected repairs.

2.2

Safety regulations

2.2.1 Safety equipment


All safety devices must be properly fitted and properly functioning before the system is started up
at any time.
Safety devices may only be removed when the system has been brought
to full standstill and
secured against restarting
After the installation of spare parts the protective devices must be replaced in accordance with
the regulations.
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2.2.2 Informal safety measures


In addition to this manual both the general and local accident prevention and environmental
protection regulations must be made available and adhered to.
Only trained personnel who have been familiarised with the system may carry out work on it.

2.2.3 Safety measures for normal operation

The system must only be operated when all the safety devices are fully functional.
Before switching on ensure that no-one is likely to be endangered by the system starting up.
Carry out an external check on the system at least once a week for visible signs of damage
(see Point 5).

2.2.4 Electrical hazards


Any work on the electrical equipment must be carried out by a qualified electrician.
Carry out regular checks on the electrical equipment. Any loose connections or heat-damaged
wires must be fixed or replaced immediately.
The control cabinet must always be kept locked. Access must be restricted to authorised
personnel with a key or special tools.

2.2.5 Upkeep and maintenance


The prescribed adjustment, maintenance and inspection must be carried out at the stated
intervals (see Point 5).
Secure all plant, equipment and operating media upstream and downstream from the machine
against inadvertent activation.
De-energise the system before carrying out any maintenance, inspection or repair work and
secure the main switch against inadvertent reactivation. Attach a sign warning against
reactivating the switch.
Check that all screws and thread connections have been retightened.
On completion of maintenance work check that safety devices are properly functioning.

2.2.6 Structural changes of the system

No structural changes or additions must be made to the deluge valve sets without the

approval of the manufacturer. This also applies to welding work on load bearing members.
Components, which are not in perfect condition must be replaced immediately.
Use only spares and wearing parts supplied by the manufacturer.
There is not guarantee that parts obtained from other sources will be designed and
manufactured to meet the required standards of strength and safety.

2.2.7 Cleaning of the system and waste disposal


Ensure the proper use and disposal of materials, in particular:
when carrying out work on lubrication systems,
when using solvents for cleaning purposes.

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3.

Mode of functioning

How electric, pneumatic and hydraulic actuation works is explained in the following description with the
aid of illustrations and diagrams (Fig. 1 - 8).
In addition to the automatic actuation systems (electric, pneumatic or hydraulic) each of these variants is
also fitted with a manual actuation mechanism. When the manual actuation valve (5) is opened the
control chamber of the deluge valve is depressurised and the deluge valve is actuated by water pressure
on the valve head.
Minimum water supply pressure is 3 bar for all variants of nominal diameter DN 50 -150.

3.1

Electric actuation (Fig. 1 and 2 or 3 and 4)

Electric actuation of the deluge valve set is normally by means of a detection system, which actuates the
solenoid valve (4) in the event of fire. The solenoid valve (4) opens, causing pressure in the control
chamber of the deluge valve (1) to fall and the valve head to be actuated by water supply pressure. The
downstream pipework is flooded with water and the alarm gong and the alarm pressure switch (alarm to a
continuously manned post, e.g. fire brigade, porter, etc.) are activated.
According to the VdS regulation the deluge valve must also remain in open position in case of a power
failure, e.g. caused by fire. This requirement is met with the following activation technologies:
actuation with impulse solenoid valve
actuation with normal 2/2-way solenoid valve and additional quick drain valve

3.1.1 Electric actuation with impulse solenoid valve (Fig. 1 and 2)


With this actuating technology the once actuated solenoid valve also remains in open position in case of
a power failure. The solenoid valve and thus also the deluge valve are closed again only by reversing
(current pulse to the reset coil).
The activation coil must be de-energised (also the monitoring voltage must be switched off) for resetting
the pulse valve because otherwise the solenoid valve will not close. These special features are included
in Minimax activation technology.

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Deluge valve set (electr. actuation with impulse solenoid valve)

Figure 1: Illustration
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.

Deluge valve
Water supply gate valve
Downstream pipework gate valve
Impulse solenoid valve
Manual actuation valve
3/2-way valve
Strainer
Drain valve
Pressure switch (alarm)
Drain valve
Pressure gauge shutoff valve - water
supply
Pressure gauge - water supply
Pressure gauge shutoff valve
downstream pipework
Pressure gauge - downstream pipework
Pressure gauge shutoff valve control
chamber
Pressure gauge - control chamber
Vent valve
Alarm gong
Downstream pipework
Detector line
Detection control panel

Figure 2: Diagram

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3.1.2 Electric actuation with 2/2-way solenoid valve (Fig. 3 and 4)


A quick drain valve (6) is arranged in parallel to the 2/2-way solenoid valve (4) so that the deluge valve
remains in open position after actuation and does not close again in case of a voltage drop, open circuit,
etc. This spring-loaded valve opens if the pressure drops below 1.4 bar and keeps the control chamber in
the deluge valve free from pressure. The deluge valve can only be closed again by closing the quick
drain valve (6) on the deluge valve set itself (cf. function of the quick drain valve in Section 4.3).

Deluge valve set (electr. actuation with 2/2-way solenoid valve)

Figure 3: Illustration

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.

Figure 4: Diagram

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17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.

Deluge valve
Water supply gate valve
Downstream pipework gate valve
2/2-way solenoid valve
Manual actuation valve
Quick drain valve 1.4 bar
3/2-way valve
Strainer
Drain valve
Pressure switch (alarm)
Drain valve
Pressure gauge shutoff valve - water
supply
Pressure gauge - water supply
Pressure gauge shutoff valve
downstream pipework
Pressure gauge downstream pipework
Pressure gauge shutoff valve control
chamber
Pressure gauge - control chamber
Vent valve
Alarm gong
Downstream pipework
Detector line
Detection control panel

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Pneumatic actuation (Fig. 5 and 6)

Pneumatic actuation of the deluge valve sets is effected by means of a pilot pipework filled with
compressed air. This is a pipework of nominal diameter DN 8 fitted with special heat sensors (soldered
link). The pilot pipework keeps the diaphragm valve (4) and accordingly the deluge valve (1) closed. An
automatic compressed air supply (20-26) maintains the control pressure of approx. 2-3 bar.
When one or more of the heat sensors responds, pressure in the pilot pipework and accordingly also in
the diaphragm chamber of the diaphragm valve (4) falls. If control pressure in the pilot pipework is below
1/6 of the water supply pressure the diaphragm valve (4) opens and depressurises the control chamber
of the deluge valve (1). The deluge valve opens, the downstream pipework is flooded with water and the
alarm gong and the alarm pressure switch (alarm to a continuously manned post, e.g. fire brigade, porter,
etc.) are activated.
The diaphragm valve (4) and accordingly also the deluge valve (1) remain open because there is no
possibility of pressure building up again in the pilot pipework after a heat sensor has responded even if
compressed air is automatically replenished (throttle). For this reason there is no need to install a quick
drain valve in a pneumatic actuation system.
In order to avoid nuisance actuation the pneumatic pilot pipework must be kept at operating pressure by
means of automatic compressed air replenishment. Depending on the size of the pilot pipework the
recommended operating pressure is between 2 and 3 bar. In order to keep actuation time short even
when the pilot pipework is a large one, operating pressure ought to be kept on the low side at around 2
bar.
The compressed air supply connection is a prefabricated assembly consisting of the components item 20
to 26:

Deluge valve set (pneum. actuation)


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

Figure 5: Illustration

21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.

Deluge valve
Water supply gate valve
Downstream pipework gate valve
Diaphragm valve
Manual actuation valve
Pneum. pilot pipework
3/2-way valve
Strainer
Drain valve
Pressure switch (alarm)
Drain valve
Pressure gauge shutoff valve - water supply
Pressure gauge - water supply
Pressure gauge shutoff valve - water
pipework
Pressure gauge - water pipework
Pressure gauge shutoff valve control
chamber
Pressure gauge - control chamber
Vent valve
Alarm gong
Pressure gauge connection - compressed air
supply
Pressure switch connection - compressed air
supply
Ball valve connection - compressed air supply
Non-return valve connection - compressed air
supply
Throttle connection - compressed air supply
Strainer connection - compressed air supply
Vent valve connection - compressed air
supply
Downstream pipework

Figure 6: Diagram

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3.3

Hydraulic actuation (Fig. 7 and 8)

Unlike electric and pneumatic actuation, hydraulic actuation has the pilot pipework acting directly on the
control chamber of the deluge valve (1). The pilot pipework is constantly supplied with water through the
equaliser boring (throttle non-return valve) in the piston rod of the deluge valve.
The actuate elements are sprinklers which, on responding to an outbreak of fire, depressurise the pilot
pipework and accordingly the control chamber of the deluge valve. In the interests of assuring an
adequate margin of safety for release of a deluge valve connected to a hydraulic pilot pipework, the
maximum geodetic height difference between the control chamber of the deluge valve and the highest
trigger sprinkler is limited in relation to water supply pressure. In addition to this, pressure losses at a flow
rate X over the distance to the most remote trigger sprinkler must be taken into account.
The maximum permissible geodetic height for the pilot pipework is calculated with the aid of the following
formula:

H=

p
p
Kges.

H
p
Ktot.

=
=
=

Max. permissible geodetic height for the hydraulic pilot pipework [m]
Pressure in the water supply system [m WH]
Safety and gearing factor for deluge valve actuation [4]

m WH
X

=
=
=

Pressure loss in accordance with Hazen/Williams[m WH]


Water head in metres
Flow rate via throttle return valve in the deluge valve with a Kv of 8 l/min.

Example:
Given a water supply pressure of 9 bar and a calculated pressure loss in the pilot pipework of 2.5 m WH,
permitted height H will be as follows:

H=

p
90
p =
2,5 = 20 m
4
4

The height difference in the pilot pipework between the deluge valve and the highest sprinkler may be up
to 20 m.
A quick drain valve (6) is fitted on the control chamber of the deluge valve in order to shorten the delay
before release of the deluge valve in hydraulically actuated systems. When pressure in the pilot pipework
falls below the actuation pressure of the quick drain valve, this valve opens and accelerates the fall in
pressure in the hydraulic pilot pipework, which, in turn, cuts down the time required for the deluge valve to
be released.
The actuating pressure of the quick drain valve depends on the pressure of the water supply and will be
approx. 50% of the lowest water supply pressure, as given in column 1 of the table below. The quick
drain valve is factory set and marked accordingly. Four quick drain valves set at the following pressures
can be supplied to match various water supply systems:
Water supply

3
>
5
>
7.5
>
10

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to
to
to
to

5
7.5
10
12.5

bar
bar
bar
bar

Actuating pressure
1.4 bar
2.3 bar
3.4 bar
4.5 bar

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84 1768
84 1770
86 1909
86 1910

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Deluge Valve Set (hydraulic actuation)

Figure 7: Illustration

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

Deluge valve
Water supply gate valve
Downstream pipework gate valve
Hydr. pilot pipework
Manual actuation valve
Quick drain valve
3/2-way valve
Strainer
Drain valve
Pressure switch (alarm)
Drain valve
Pressure gauge shutoff valve - water
supply
Pressure gauge - water supply
Pressure gauge shutoff valve
downstream pipework
Pressure gauge - downstream pipework
Pressure gauge shutoff valve control
chamber
Pressure gauge - control chamber
Vent valve
Alarm gong
Downstream pipework

Figure 8: Diagram

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4.

Function of the major components

4.1

Deluge valve (Fig. 9)

The deluge valve is a piston controlled shutoff valve, which establishes a seal at twice the pressure of the
water supply system (see Fig. 9). The valve head is connected rigidly to the system by a piston rod. A
pressure equaliser boring in the piston rod balances water supply pressure and pressure in the valve
control chamber. A non-return ball valve in the equaliser boring prevents a fall in pressure in the control
chamber even if pressure in the water supply system drops. As the surface area of the piston is greater
than that of the valve head, a reliable seal (double pressure) is established against the water supply. This
seal is reinforced by a spring which keeps the valve head closed even when the valve is depressurised.
The cavity between the piston and valve head is connected to the downstream pipework at the valve
outlet. The downstream pipework is, as a rule, at atmospheric pressure and is flooded when the deluge
valve is released. The valve is released by falling pressure in the control chamber brought about by
suitable actuate elements, e.g. solenoid valve, diaphragm valve or direct connection to a hydraulic pilot
pipework. It must be ensured that water is drained from the control chamber by the actuate elements
faster than it can be replenished through the equaliser boring (non-return ball valve) so that there is no
renewed pressure build-up in the control chamber.

Figure 9: Deluge valve


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4.2

Solenoid valves (Figure 10 and 11)

The solenoid valve for electric actuation is a 2/2-way valve with an operating voltage of 24 V-DC, which is
actuated by a detection system. In its READY state the solenoid valve is not actuated, i.e. it is normally
closed (NC) and thus, establishes a seal against the control chamber of the deluge valve.
In case of an actuation of the solenoid valve it must be ensured that the deluge valve remains in open
position even if a power failure, open circuit, etc. occurs. This is guaranteed by using the following
actuating technologies:

Actuation with pulse valve which remains in open position after activation and only closes when being
reversed (current pulse to the reset coil).

Actuation with a normal solenoid valve in connection with a quick drain valve. In this case the
solenoid valve switches back to closed position in case of a voltage drop. The quick drain valve
switched in parallel remains in open position (cf. function of the quick drain valve in 4.3).

4.2.1 Impulse solenoid valve (Fig. 10)


The impulse solenoid valve is in closed position when being activated at terminal 1 with phase (+). In this
switching position the applied water pressure acts on the top of the diaphragm (3), which seals the valve
seat. Owing to the difference in surface area (total area at the top compared to the smaller ring area at
the bottom), the diaphragm establishes a secure seal on the valve seat. The conical spring (4) keeps the
diaphragm on the valve seat closed even when the valve is depressurised. The reversal of the solenoid
valve (phase (+) to terminal 2) causes a pressure drop in the diaphragm chamber and thus, the
diaphragm (3) is lifted from the valve seat. A minimum pressure of 0.2 bar must always be available as
pressure difference.
The reversal is carried out via a clapper-type armature (10), which is moved to the corresponding
operating state by the solenoid coils (13) and thus, closes or opens the throttle/relief boring. This
facilitates the following switching states:
a) valve closed

throttle boring (x) open


relief boring (y) closed by clapper-type armature
pressure medium applied to diaphragm chamber

b) valve open

throttle boring (x) closed by clapper-type armature


relief boring (y) open
diaphragm chamber is depressurised

Socket without plug

Connection
Terminal 1 = + (closed)
Terminal 2 = + (open)
Terminal 3 = Terminal =lead earth

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Valve housing
Valve cover
Diaphragm
Conical spring
O-rings 4 x 1.5
Cheese head screws M4 x 10 *
Cheese head screws M4 x 73
(diagonally arranged)
8. Plug head with resetting module
9. Cheese head screws M4 x 55
(diagonally arranged)
10. Clapper-type armature
11. Set screws
12. Coil base
13. Coil
14. O-rings 6 x 1.5
15. Formed gasket
16. Manual activation (locked)
* not visible in the illustration

Caution:
Pos. 9-16 (coil set) must not be disassembled

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4.2.2 2/2-way solenoid valve (Fig. 11)


In its READY state the solenoid valve is not actuated, i.e. it is normally closed. In this position the
pressure medium acts on the top of the membrane (3) through the 0.8 mm diameter throttle boring
(throttle item 4). Owing to the difference in surface area (total area at the top compared to the smaller ring
area at the bottom), the diaphragm establishes a secure seal on the valve seat. When the solenoid valve
is actuated by activating the solenoid coil (10) the valve armature (8) uncovers the 1.8 mm diameter relief
boring, depressurising the upper diaphragm chamber. The diaphragm lifts off the valve seat and the
solenoid valve switches to continuity.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.

Valve housing
Valve cover
Diaphragm
Throttle 0.8
0.6 mesh sieve
O-Ring 6 x 1.5
Tubus - NC
Armature - NC
Pressure spring
Coil
Hex nut
Washer
Plug

Figure 11: 2/2-way solenoid valve

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4.3

Quick drain valve (Fig. 12)

The quick drain valve has a spring loaded valve head (4) which is opened by falling pressure and
remains open even when pressure subsequently rises. The valve head (4) can only be closed again by
pressing the spherical button (11) and will remain in the closed position as long as sufficient pressure is
maintained - between 1.4 and 4.5 bar, depending on the setting of the spring (marked on the housing).
With the drain valve in its READY, i.e. closed, position the piston rod (8) and spherical button (11) can be
moved freely. Because the piston or guide rod is jointed pulling or pushing the spherical button will have
no effect and cannot result in advertent release of the deluge valve. This valve is used in electrically
actuated deluge valve sets with normal 2/2-way solenoid valve (no pulse valve) and hydraulic pilot
pipework. When the solenoid valve is electrically actuated the control chamber of the deluge valve is kept
depressurised by the quick drain valve even when the solenoid valve closes again.
In systems fitted with a hydraulic pilot pipework the quick drain valve speeds up emptying of the control
chamber or pilot pipe and accelerates release of the deluge valve accordingly. To suit various
applications, quick drain valves with the following spring settings are available:
For electric actuation:

1.4 bar

For hydraulic actuation:

1.4 bar
2.3 bar
3.4 bar
4.5 bar

Different actuation pressures depending on water


supply pressure, see also hydraulic actuation in 3.3

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

Gasket
Gasket
O-ring
Valve head
Washer
Hex nut
Locking screw
Piston rod
Guide rod
Pressure spring
Spherical button
Set screw

Figure 12: Quick drain valve

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4.4

Diaphragm valve (Fig. 13)

In its READY position the diaphragm valve for pneumatic actuation is kept closed against the water
pressure in the deluge valve control chamber by the pneumatic pilot pipework. An automatic supply of
compressed air keeps pressure in the pilot pipework at between 2 and 3 bar. When a heat sensor
responds pressure in the pilot pipework and diaphragm chamber of the diaphragm valve falls.
When the pressure in the diaphragm chamber falls below the actuating point (approx. 1/6 of water supply
pressure) the diaphragm valve opens and depressurises the control chamber of the deluge valve. The
deluge valve opens and allows water to flow into the downstream pipework.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Diaphragm
O-ring
Valve head compl.
O-ring
Hex nut
Washer
Pressure spring
Piston
Piston rod
Cheese-head
screws
11. Cover

Figure 13: Diaphragm valve

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5.

Deluge valve sets maintenance regulations

In addition to the usual tests laid down in the operating regulations, regular maintenance of functional
parts is essential to the operating safety and reliability of deluge valve sets. Maintenance intervals should
be no longer than annually and a function check of the following essential instruments:

Deluge valve

Solenoid valve

Quick drain valve

Diaphragm valve (only in pneumatically actuated systems)


should be carried out in the event of the system being genuinely actuated (e.g. tripping by a detector
system).

Maintenance is to be carried out in the following sequence:


1.

Function test on the deluge valve set comprising

Tripping by detectors in the case of electrically actuated systems

Test valve in the case of pneumatically and hydraulically actuated systems

The outlet gate valve on the deluge valve set is to be closed in order to prevent flooding of the
downstream pipework.
2.

Maintenance of the release valves in accordance with the following maintenance regulations
5.1 Deluge valve (DN 50 150)
5.2 Solenoid valve 2/2-way-NC
5.2.1 Impulse solenoid valve
5.2.2 2/2-way solenoid valve
5.3 Quick drain valve
5.4 Diaphragm valve (only in pneumatically actuated systems)

3.

Return to service in accordance with operating regulations

4.

Final function test as per 1. above and return to service in accordance with operating
regulations.

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5.1

Deluge valve maintenance regulations (Fig. 14)

As a basic rule before any maintenance of the deluge valve is carried out, the deluge valve set must be
actuated using the appropriate actuation system, e.g. detector system, and checked for proper
functioning. The outlet gate valve must be closed first in order to avoid flooding the downstream
pipework. See also operating regulations for deluge valve sets.
The following maintenance sequence is then to be observed:

Close the inlet and outlet gate valves of the deluge valve set.

Drain the deluge valve (set the 3/2-way valve to the test position and open the drain valve of the
deluge valve set).

Unscrew the inspection cover (13).

Unscrew the cover of control chamber (12)

Caution:

Owing to the powerful springs (10) under the cover of control chamber (12)
the nuts on the cover must be loosened carefully and evenly in order to avoid injury.

Remove the complete piston (7) by twisting slightly and lifting upwards.

Clean the inside of the valve and lubricate the piston sleeve (17).

Check the O-ring (4) in the piston sleeve (17) for damage and replace if necessary.

Check the valve head gasket (3) for damage and replace if necessary.

Clean the inlet sieve (5), check for damage and replace if necessary.

Clean the non-return ball valve (11), check for damage and replace if necessary.

Clean and lubricate the sliding surface of the piston.

Check the gaskets for cover of control chamber and inspection cover (1 and 2) and replace if
necessary.

Follow the above procedure in reverse to reassemble the deluge valve.

Return to service the deluge valve in accordance with Section III of the operating regulations in the
appendix.

1. Gasket for cover of control


chamber
2. Gasket for inspection cover
3. Gasket for valve head
4. O-ring
5. Sieve
6. Snap ring
7. Piston, complete
8. Guide
9. Washer
10. Pressure spring
11. Non-return valve
12. Cover of control chamber
13. Inspection cover
14. Stud bold
15. Hex nut
16. Hex nut
17. Piston sleeve

Figure 14: Deluge valve


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Caution:

The following wearing parts can be supplied as a set to fit each nominal size (see Spares,
Section 6) and should be replaced whenever maintenance is carried out.

Gasket for cover of control chamber (1)

Gasket for inspection cover (2)

Gasket for valve head (3)

O-ring for piston sleeve (4)

Sieve (5)

Snap ring (6) for fixing the sieve (only DN80-150)

Troubleshooting of the deluge valve set


Fault

Causes

Deluge valve not released

Water supply pressure too low


Actuate valve not tripped or defective
(cf.Maintenance regulations for solenoid valve
and diaphragm valve in Sections 5.2 and 5.4)

Deluge valve not closing

Actuate valve is not reversed or still tripped


(detector system)
Quick drain valve not locking (only for 2/2-way
solenoid valve)
Actuate valve is defective (cf. Maintenance
regulations for solenoid valve and diaphragm
valve in Sections 5.2 and 5.3)
Sieve in piston rod is blocked
Non-return ball valve in piston is blocked
Gasket for valve head is dirty or damaged

O-ring in piston sleeve is damaged

Contact surface of piston is damaged

Gasket for valve head is dirty or damaged

Gasket in non-return ball valve is dirty or


damaged
O-ring in piston sleeve is damaged
Contact surface of piston is damaged

Water running out of drain valve

Pressure in control chamber falls when water


supply pressure falls

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5.2

Solenoid valve maintenance regulations (Fig. 15)

Before any maintenance is carried out the solenoid valve must be tripped by means of the detector
system or test detector and checked for proper functioning (cf. maintenance regulations for deluge valve
set, Section 5 and 5.1).
The solenoid valve, which actuates the deluge valve set is an extremely important component. It is
accordingly essential to check on this valve when routine annual maintenance is carried out and to
maintain this valve as described in Section 5.2.1 and 5.2.2.
Especially the control component of the impulse solenoid valve is different from the conventional 2/2-way
solenoid valve. Therefore different regulations must be observed when maintaining the valve.

5.2.1 Impulse solenoid valve maintenance regulations


The control component (coil set) of this valve is completely sealed from the applied pressure media with a
formed gasket (15). Thus, the armature room cannot become dirty so that the control component must
not be maintained. This also applies to the set screws (11) with throttle and relief boring. These set
screws (11) are factory adjusted and secured with screw safety paint.
Caution:

Loosening the two fastening screws (9) of the coil or changing the adjustment of the two set
screws (11) (secured with red safety paint) causes malfunctions.

If required, the complete control component (coil set) must be exchanged (see spare part list). Thus,
maintenance of the impulse solenoid valve is limited to checking the diaphragm chamber and must be
carried out as follows:

Switch off the power supply to the solenoid valve (detector system) and unscrew or pull off the plug
head (8) if necessary.

Loosen the 2 diagonally arranged fastening screws (7) (without safety paint) and remove the
complete coil set (9 - 16).

Caution:

The 3 O-rings 6 x 1.5 (14) for sealing the connection channels are just inserted loosely and
may get lost. Loosening or adjusting the secured screws (9) or (11) (red safety paint) is not
permissible.

Loosen the 4 fastening screws (6) (not included in the drawing) at the valve housing (1) and remove
the valve cover (2).

Caution:

The 2 O-rings 4 x 1.5 (5) for sealing the connection channels and the conical spring (4) are
just inserted loosely and may get lost.

Clean valve housing (1) and cover (2).

Clean diaphragm (3), conical spring (4) and O-ring (5), check for damage and replace if necessary
(for wearing parts set see spare part list)

Insert diaphragm (3), conical spring (4) and O-ring (5) in the valve cover (2) and reattach to the
housing (1):

Caution:

Screw in coil set (9 - 16) and plug head (8).

Caution:

The correct position of the components is extremely import for operating the valve. A missing
O-ring causes a malfunction of the solenoid valve.
Please observe position of the coil set (9 16) to the flow direction of the valve (see arrow).
A wrongly assembled coil set (180 turned) reverses the function of the solenoid valve!

Reconnect the solenoid valve to the power supply.

Important: Final functional test of the solenoid valve is carried out with the detector system or test
detector

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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.

Valve housing
Valve cover
Diaphragm
Conical spring
O-rings 4 x 1.5
Cheese-head screws M4 x 10
Cheese-head screws M4 x 73
(diagonally arranged)
Plug head with resetting module
Cheese-head screws M4 x 55
(diagonally arranged)
Clapper-type armature
Set screws
Coil base
Coil
O-rings 6 x 1,5
Formed gasket
Manual activation (secured)

Caution: Pos. 9-16 (coil set)


may not be disassembled!

Figure 15: Impulse solenoid valve

Troubleshooting of the impulse solenoid valve


Fault

Causes

Valve not opening

Valve not closing

Valve leaking

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No power supply
Set screws (11) were changed without
observing the regulations
Coil set was disassembled or wrongly
assembled without observing the regulations
Diaphragm defective
O-rings (5) or (14) are missing or defective
Power supply to the reset coil is missing
Monitoring voltage of the release coil was not
removed during switching
Set screws (11) were changed without
observing the regulations
Coil set was disassembled or wrongly
assembled without observing the regulations
O-rings (5) or (14) are missing or defective
Diaphragm seat defective or dirty
Set screws (11) were changed without
observing the regulations
Coil set was disassembled or wrongly
assembled without observing the regulations
O-rings (5) or (14) are missing or defective

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5.2.2 2/2-way solenoid valve maintenance regulations (Fig. 16)


The control component of this solenoid valve is a valve armature, which closes the relief boring being
applied with the pressure media and supported by a pressure spring. Thus, the armature room is
permanently in contact with water so that it may pollute easily. Therefore it is absolutely necessary to
include not only the diaphragm chamber but also the armature room in the annual maintenance work.
The maintenance work must be carried out as follows:

Switch off the power supply to the solenoid valve (detector system)

Loosen the retaining nut (11) with an AF 14 spanner and withdraw the solenoid from the tubus (7)

Loosen the tubus (7) with an AF 22 spanner and unscrew it from the valve cover (2). Clean the tubus
(7), armature (8) and pressure spring (9), check them for damage and if necessary replace.

Caution:

The tubus, armature and spring (7, 8, 9) must be replaced all together. Screw the complete
tubus assembly back in and make finger tight (metal seal).

Unscrew the valve cover (2) with an AF 4 socket wrench.

Remove the diaphragm (3), clean it, check for damage and if necessary replace.

Clean throttle with sieve and O-ring (4, 5, 6), check for damage and if necessary replace.

Caution:

The sieve must be absolutely clean. If there are any deposits of limescale the sieve must be
replaced.

Replace the diaphragm and throttle complete with O-ring in the valve housing and screw on the valve
cover.

Caution:

It is extremely important that the diaphragm and throttle be correctly positioned. A missing
throttle or O-ring causes a malfunction of the solenoid valve.

Replace the coil and screw tight

Switch on power supply to the solenoid valve again.

Important: Final functional test of the solenoid valve carried out by the detector system or test detector
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.

Valve housing
Valve cover
Diaphragm
Throttle 0.8
0.6 mesh sieve
O-ring 6 x 1.5 -NBR-70 Sh
Tubus - NC
Armature - NC
Pressure spring
Coil
Hex nut
Washer
Plug

Figure 16:
Solenoid valve

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Troubleshooting of the 2/2-way solenoid valve


Fault

Causes

Valve not opening

No power supply
Throttle (Item 4) and/or O-ring (Item 6) are
missing
Armature stuck (limescale)
Diaphragm defective

Valve not closing

Throttle (Item 4) blocked


Sieve (Item 5) blocked
Armature stuck (limescale)
Armature gasket defective or dirty

Valve leaking

Diaphragm seat defective or dirty


Armature gasket defective or dirty

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5.3

Quick drain valve maintenance regulations (Fig. 17)

The quick drain valve opens when pressure falls below the set value (marked on the valve) and keeps
the control chamber of the deluge valve depressurised even if the solenoid valve closes again.
Note: Electrically actuated deluge valve sets (only in case of the conventional 2/2-way solenoid valve in
4.2.2) must only be fitted with quick drain valves whose set response pressure is 1.4 bar.
As a basic rule (depending on water supply), quick drain valves with higher response pressures are only
permissible in hydraulically actuated systems.
Maintenance is essentially confined to function testing, the set response pressure, e.g. 1.4 bar, being
tested by reducing pressure in the control chamber of the deluge valve (vent valve). The following test
sequence is to be observed:

Close the inlet and outlet gate valves of the deluge valve set.

Reduce pressure in the control chamber of the deluge valve by opening the vent valve on the
pressure gauge shutoff valve in the cover of the control chamber.

Check the response pressure at the pressure gauge; to be noticed by an immediate pressure drop to
below 1.4 bar and simultaneous discharge of water from quick drain valve.

Restore the valve to service by opening the inlet gate valve and at the same time pressing the
spherical button on the quick drain valve (cf. start-up in the operating regulations under III).

If the quick drain valve is found to be leaky the following maintenance must be carried out:

Close the inlet and outlet gate valves of the deluge valve set.

Use the drain valve to depressurise the control chamber of the deluge valve.

Caution:

It is advisable to remove the quick drain valve from the deluge valve entirely and to clamp it
in a suitable vice for maintenance.

Unscrew the locking screw (7) and remove the complete actuator element.

Remove the entire valve head (4) complete with guide rod (9) and spring (10).

Clean the individual parts, check for damage and if necessary replace.

Lubricate the seal and friction surfaces and O-rings.

Follow the above procedure in reverse to reassemble the quick drain valve.

Caution:

It is not permissible to change response pressure by adjusting the set screw (12).

Return to service the deluge valve set in accordance with the operating regulations.

Carry out a final check on the quick drain valve as described above.

A deviation of 0.3 bar from the response value marked on the valve means that it must be
completely replaced.

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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

Gasket
Gasket
O-ring
Valve head
Washer
Hex nut
Locking screw
Piston rod
Guide rod
Pressure spring
Spherical button
Set screw

Figure 17: Quick drain valve

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5.4

Diaphragm valve maintenance regulations (Fig. 18)

The diaphragm valve is used for pneumatic actuation of the deluge valve set. When the valve is in its
READY state compressed air in the diaphragm chamber holds the valve head closed against the water
pressure in the deluge valve. When the pressure in the diaphragm chamber falls to approx. 1/6 of the
water supply pressure the valve head opens and depressurises the control chamber of the deluge valve.
In order to maintain the READY state of the valve an adequate supply of compressed air to the
diaphragm chamber must be assured (automatic replenishment of compressed air and, if necessary,
electrical supervisory switch).

When carrying out maintenance, close the deluge valve set inlet and outlet gate valves and
depressurise the control chamber using the vent valve.

As a basic rule, it is a good idea to unscrew the complete diaphragm valve from the deluge valve and to
observe the following sequence when carrying out maintenance in a vice:

Unscrew and remove the complete control component at the position marked X - X.

Unscrew the diaphragm cover (11).

Clean diaphragm (1) and valve head (3), check for damage and if necessary replace.

Check the piston rod (9) for smooth action and if necessary clean and lubricate.

Lubricate friction surfaces, O-rings and seal surfaces.

Reassemble the diaphragm valve and reinstall it in the deluge valve set.

After returning the deluge valve set to service, carry out a test release by reducing the pressure in the
diaphragm chamber of the diaphragm valve.

1. Diaphragm
2. O-ring
3. Valve head complete
4. O-ring
5. Hex nut
6. Washer
7. Pressure spring
8. Piston
9. Piston rod
10. Cheese-head screw
11. Diaphragm cover

Figure 18: Diaphragm


valve

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6.

Technical data

Approval:

A
B
C
H
L
Depth
* to the back

DN50

DN80

400
245
305
535
150

430
315
375
610
180

445
375
425
635
190

460
500
540
700
210

210

220

230

280

Depth

DN100 DN150

Measure C

* to the front

* from the pipe centre

Nominal diameter ........................................ : DN50, DN80, DN100, DN150


Nominal pressure ........................................ : PN 12.5 / 175 psi
Groove connection...................................... : DIN 2501
Medium ......................................................... : water / air
Operating temperature................................ : max. 60 C
Gate valve..................................................... : DIN 3352
Equivalent length (incl. gate valve) DN 50: 11.4 m pipe 60.3 x 2.9
DN 80: 12.5 m pipe 88.9 x 2.9
DN 100: 21.4 m pipe 114.3 x 3.2
DN 150: 25.2 m pipe 168.3 x 4.0
Contact rating
: 6A at 250 V AC
5A at 24 V DC
Alarm
: via 1 floating
make contact or break contact each
Actuation
: electrically 24V DC pulse
electrically 24V DC 2/2-way
hydraulically
pneumatically
Drain valve
: K 3 (operated K 25)
Material:

deluge valve housing : grey cast iron


valve seat: red bronze
piston
: red bronze
gaskets

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gate valve ...housing : spheroidal graphite


....................
Iron
....................spindle : V2A
trimming ......
: V2A / red
....................
bronze/brass

: Perbunan

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7.

Spare parts

7.1

Deluge valve

Deluge valve type FSV - DN 50


Wearing parts
Item
Designation
1
Gasket
2
Gasket
3
Gasket
4
O-ring
5
Sieve
6
Snap ring
Set of gaskets
Other spare parts
Item
Designation
7
Piston complete
8
Guide
9
Washer
10
Pressure spring
11
Non-return valve
12
Cover
13
Cover
14
Stud bolt
15
Hex nut
16
Hex nut
17
Stud bolt
18
Hex nut

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DIN / Dimensions
Cover, control chamber
Inspection cover FSV DN 50
Valve head FSV DN 50
70x3-NBR-80Shore
FSV DN 50
Not used in FSV DN 50
FSV DN 50 (Item 1 - 5)

Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1

Order no.
77 3398
77 3430
85 5498
13 2599
88 2016
85 8580

DIN / Dimensions
FSV DN 50
FSV DN 50
FSV DN 50
FSV DN 50
FSV - M14x1.5-4
Control chamber FSV DN50
Inspection DN 50
DIN939 M12x35-5.6
DIN555 M12
DIN439 M14x1.5-Ms
DIN939 M16x40-5.6
DIN555 M16

Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
2
4
4

Order no.
85 8542
85 5681
79 2213
85 5802
84 1635
17 8672
17 8684
10 7324
10 8330
83 0304
10 8006
10 8341

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Deluge valve type FSV - DN 80


Wearing parts
Item
Designation
1
Gasket
2
Gasket
3
Gasket
4
O-ring
5
Sieve
6
Snap ring
Set of gaskets
Other spare parts
Item
Designation
7
Piston complete
8
Guide
9
Washer
10
Pressure spring
11
Non-return valve
12
Cover
13
Cover
14
Stud bolt
15
Hex nut
16
Hex nut
17
Stud bolt
18
Hex nut

DIN / Dimensions
Cover, control chamber
Inspection cover FSV DN 80
Valve head FSV DN 80
110x4-NBR-80Shore
FSV DN 80-150
DIN7993 B16-1.4310
FSV DN 80 (Item 1 - 6)

Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Order no.
77 3404
77 3441
85 5504
13 2897
81 8435
81 8411
85 8591

DIN / Dimensions
FSV DN 80
FSV DN 80
FSV DN 80-150
FSV DN 80
FSV - M14x1.5-4
Control chamber FSV DN 80
Inspection DN 80-150
DIN939 M16x40-5.6
DIN555 M16
DIN439 M24x1.5-Ms
DIN939 M16x40-5.6
DIN555 M16

Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
2
8
8

Order no.
85 8554
85 5644
79 2225
85 5784
84 1635
17 8799
17 9019
10 8006
10 8341
19 5915
10 8006
10 8341

Deluge valve type FSV - DN 100


Wearing parts
Item
Designation
1
Gasket
2
Gasket
3
Gasket
4
O-ring
5
Sieve
6
Snap ring
Set of gaskets
Other spare parts
Item
Designation
7
Piston complete
8
Guide
9
Washer
10
Pressure spring
11
Non-return valve
12
Cover
13
Cover
14
Stud bolt
15
Hex nut
16
Hex nut
17
Stud bolt
18
Hex nut

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Order no.: 17 8854

DIN / Dimensions
Cover, control chamber
Inspection cover FSV DN 80
Valve head FSV DN100
135x5-NBR-80Shore
FSV DN 80-150
DIN7993 B16-1.4310
FSV DN100 (Item 1 - 6)

Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Order no.
77 3416
77 3441
85 5516
13 2952
81 8435
81 8411
85 8608

DIN / Dimensions
FSV DN100
FSV DN100
FSV DN 80-150
FSV DN100
FSV - M14x1.5-4
Control chamber FSV DN100
Inspection DN 80-150
DIN939 M16x40-5.6
DIN555 M16
DIN439 M24x1.5-Ms
DIN939 M16x40-5.6
DIN555 M16

Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
2
8
8

Order no.
85 8566
85 5590
79 2225
85 5735
84 1635
17 8891
17 9019
10 8006
10 8341
19 5915
10 8006
10 8341

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Deluge valve type FSV - DN 150


Wearing parts
Item
Designation
1
Gasket
2
Gasket
3
Gasket
4
O-ring
5
Sieve
6
Snap ring
Set of gaskets
Other spare parts
Item
Designation
7
Piston complete
8
Guide
9
Washer
10
Pressure spring
11
Non-return valve
12
Cover
13
Cover
14
Stud bolt
15
Hex nut
16
Hex nut
17
Stud bolt
18
Hex nut

Order no.: 19 3980

DIN / Dimensions
Cover, control chamber
Inspection cover FSV DN 80
Valve head FSV DN150
200x5-NBR-80Shore
FSV DN 80-150
DIN7993 B16-1.4310
FSV DN150 (Item 1 - 6)

Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Order no.
77 3428
77 3441
85 5528
13 3567
81 8435
81 8411
85 8610

DIN / Dimensions
FSV DN 150
FSV DN 150
FSV DN 80-150
FSV DN 150
FSV - M14x1.5-4
Control chamber FSV DN150
Inspection DN 80-150
DIN939 M16x40-5.6
DIN555 M16
DIN439 M24x1.5-Ms
DIN939 M20x45-5.6
DIN555 M20

Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
2
8
8

Order no.
85 8578
85 5577
79 2225
85 5530
84 1635
17 9007
17 9019
10 8006
10 8341
19 5915
10 8079
10 8523

Caution:

The complete piston is supplied ready assembled including gasket (3), sieve (5), snap ring (6),
guide (8), washer (9) and non-return valve (11).

In the period 2nd quarter 1993 to 2nd quarter 1994 the non-return valve (11) was supplied with a
M16x1.5 threaded connection. The following spare parts are available for their replacement:
Non-return valve M16x1.5
Order no.: 84 8362
or
Adapter M16x1.5 on M14x1.5
Order no.: 89 9781
and washer A16x20-Cu
Order no.: 84 8374
The valve seats in the housing cannot be replaced.
Gasket set and non-return valve (11) are available from stock. All other spare parts are to be ordered
from purchase department with appropriately long delivery periods.

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7.2

Solenoid valve

Solenoid valve DN15-impulse 24V/DC

Spare parts
Item
Designation
1
Coil set compl.
2

Wearing part set

3
4
5

O-ring
Plug
Resetting module

Order no.: 84 0131

DIN / Dimensions
Contents:
Diaphragm [1 piece]
conical spring
[1 piece]
O-ring 4x1.5 [2 pieces]
6x1.5-NBR-70 Shore
GDME 3013
for pulse valve

Quantity
1

Order no.
84 0853

84 0938

3
1
1

81 5215
76 1094
80 0112

Caution:
The screws marked with safety paint must not be removed or adjusted.
The coil set must be replaced completely without being disassembled.

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Solenoid valve DN15-NC

Spare parts
Item
Designation
1
Armature
2
Tubus
3
Pressure spring
4
Throttle
5
Sieve
6
O-ring
7
Diaphragm
8
Coil
9
Hex nut
10
Washer
11
Plug

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12V/DC
24V/DC
230V/AC

Order no.: 84 7801


Order no.: 85 6776
Order no.: 12 6613

DIN / Dimensions

Quantity

Order no.

Tubus, complete

89 9574

Diaphragm with throttle

89 9586

Coil complete 12V/DC


Coil complete 24V/DC
Coil complete 230V/AC including
rectifier

1
1

89 9604
89 9616

89 9628

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7.3

Quick drain valve

Quick drain valve

Wearing parts
Item
Designation
1
Gasket
2
Gasket
3
O-ring
Other spare parts
Item
Designation
4
Valve head
5
Washer
6
Hex nut
7
Locking screw
8
Piston rod
9
Guide rod
10
Pressure spring
11
Spherical button

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1.4 bar
2.3 bar
3.4 bar
4.5 bar

Order no.: 84 1768


Order no.: 84 1770
Order no.: 86 1909
Order no.: 86 1910

DIN / Dimensions
20x5x3- NBR 70Sh
DIN7603 A30x36-Cu
4.4x1.78-NBR 70Sh

Quantity
1
1
2

Order no.
84 8465
84 8489
84 8490

DIN / Dimensions

Quantity
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1

Order no.
84 8404
81 6840
10 8444
84 8453
84 8428
84 8416
84 8477
74 9504

DIN9021 B5.3-Ms-gal Ni
DIN934 M5-Ms

1.4x9.6x28 - 1.4310
DIN319 C25-red

Manual

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7.4

Deluge valve set

Deluge valve set DN 50 - DN150

-electr. 24V - IMPULSE


-electr. 12V
-electr. 24V
-hydr.
-pneum.

This design version available from December 2000

Deluge valve set spare parts


Item

Designation

Deluge valve

Gate valve

Gasket

Hex screw

Stud bolt

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DIN / Dimensions / Remarks


DN 50
DN 80
DN100
DN150
DIN3352 - DN 50 / PN16 - AVK
DIN3352 - DN 80 / PN16 - AVK
DIN3352 - DN100 / PN16 - AVK
DIN3352 - DN150 / PN16 - AVK
DIN2690 DN 50 / PN16
DIN2690 DN 80 / PN16
DIN2690 DN100 / PN16
DIN2690 DN150 / PN16
DIN601 M16x60 Mu
DN 50-100
DIN601 M20x70 Mu
DN150
DIN938 M16x60
DN 50-100
DIN938 M20x70
DN150
Manual

Order no.
17 8623
17 8740
17 8854
19 3980
86 2770
86 2781
86 2793
86 2800
12 6704
12 6728
12 6730
12 6753
10 4712
10 4876
25 6985
10 8110
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Item

Designation

Hex nut

Line

Line

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

Pressure gauge
Label
Label
Label
Ball valve
Pressure switch
Vent valve
Padlock
Strap
Funnel
Label frame
Label
Label ledge

22

Label

23

Notched nail

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DIN555 M16
DN 50-100
DIN555 M20
DN150
Deluge valve set alarm gong
Deluge valve set impulse
Deluge valve set pneum.
Deluge valve set hydr.
Deluge valve set electr.
AR100 - 16bar 2MAZ
Control pressure
Water supply
Pipework
Pressure gauge stop valve
PMA 3 (0.8bar)
G1/4-PN16
for KFS
Multiple perforation
1.1/2 plastic
for Minimax - A50 label
Minimax for label ledges
Deluge valve set
FSV electr.-24V-IMPULSE
FSV electr.-12V
FSV electr.-24V
FSV hydr.
FSV pneum.
DIN1476 - 3x6

Manual

Order no.
10 8341
10 8365
84 1937
88 2892
84 7291
84 1781
84 7310
81 9828
81 2950
11 3870
11 3869
81 9830
11 6512
19 9933
13 1777
78 5320
75 7906
75 0894
75 0912
76 9330
88 2983
84 7333
84 7345
84 7357
84 7369
23 6643

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Pos.7 Spare parts for alarm gong line Order no: 84 1937

Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Designation
Ball valve
Connection
Ball valve
Angle
Union
Locking cone
Cap nut
Strainer
Double nipple
Drip check valve
Double junction

12

Line 15x1.5

13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Union
Adapter
Adapter
O-ring
Cap nut
Clamping ring
Union
Union
Tee
Conduit nipple
Ball valve

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DIN / Dimensions / Remarks


3/2-way with label
Line AG-TAV-TMX
Pressure gauge stop valve
1/2-VS24-23-Ms/gal Ni
684/S-1224-15x15x1/2I
Line AG2
63/S-15/Ms
DN15-PN16-0.80
1/2-VS12-28-Ms
K25
1/2-VS29-23-Ms/gal Ni
FSV DN 50
FSV DN 80
FSV DN100
FSV DN150
1/2-ZUB17-04.B Ms/gal Ni
Line SE2-TAV-TMX
Line AG/SE2-TAV-TMX
18x2.5 NBR-70Shore
63/S-18/Ms-gal Ni
65-18/Ms
302 TA/S-15x1/2-Ms gal Ni
344-3/4-Zn
B1-3/4x3/4x1/2-Zn-A
DN20x200-Zn
3/4-PN30

Manual

Order no.
84 1218
84 1086
81 9830
88 3045
84 1219
83 0158
84 1162
88 0056
86 3141
75 2921
88 4992
83 4310
83 4322
83 4334
83 4346
84 1217
83 4036
84 1087
88 3008
88 4001
88 4013
86 3130
81 3073
81 3360
11 2737
74 8688

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Other spare parts for


Deluge valve sets electr. 24V-impulse

Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Designation
Valve
Angle
Tee
Union
Union
Solenoid valve
Plug
Card
Conduit nipple
Conduit nipple
Lead seal
Seal wire

DIN / Dimensions / Remarks


DIN3512-1/2-1 PN10-RG
A4-1/2-Zn-A
135-1/2-Zn
U12-1/2-Zn-A
UA12-1/2-Zn-A
1/2-24V/DC-2/2-impulse
GDME3013
MVA impulse
DN15x270-1 thread
DN15x305-1 thread
DIN1367 0.5-Zn

Order no.
12 9791
11 7700
17 5841
12 1342
12 4276
84 0131
76 1094
80 0112
85 4925
85 4937
35 4170
17 5567

Other spare parts for


Deluge valve sets electr. 12 and 24V

Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Designation
Valve
Angle
Tee
Tee
Union
Conduit nipple
Quick drain valve

Solenoid valve

9
10
11
12
13

Conduit nipple
Conduit nipple
Conduit nipple
Lead seal
Seal wire

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DIN3512-1/2-1 PN10-RG
A4-1/2-Zn-A
135-1/2-Zn
B1-1/2-Zn-A
U12-1/2-Zn-A
DN15x40-Zn
1.4 bar
12V 12.5bar-NC
24V 12.5bar-NC
DN15x270-1 thread
DN15x305-1 thread
DN15x170-1 thread
DIN1367 0.5-Zn
Manual

Order no.
12 9791
11 7700
17 5841
21 3350
12 1342
20 3648
84 1768
84 7801
85 6776
85 4925
85 4937
68 1458
35 4170
17 5567
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Other spare parts for


Deluge valve sets hydr.

Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Designation
Valve
Angle
Tee
Tee
Union
Conduit nipple
Conduit nipple
Conduit nipple

Quick drain valve

10
11

Lead seal
Seal wire

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DIN / Dimensions / Remarks


DIN3512-1/2-1 PN10-RG
A4-1/2-Zn-A
135-1/2-Zn
B1-1/2-Zn-A
U12-1/2-Zn-A
DN15x40-Zn
DN15x270-1 thread
DN15x305-1 thread
1.4 bar
2.3 bar
3.4 bar
4.5 bar
DIN1367 0.5-Zn

Manual

Order no.
12 9791
11 7700
17 5841
21 3350
12 1342
20 3648
85 4925
85 4937
84 1768
84 1770
86 1909
86 1910
35 4170
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Other spare parts for


Deluge valve sets pneum.
Connection DN8-FSV-pneum.

Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Designation
Valve
Angle
Tee
Union
Diaphragm valve
Double nipple
Angle
Conduit nipple
Conduit nipple
Lead seal
Seal wire

1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
1.14
1.15
1.16
1.17
1.18

Connection DN8 deluge valve set pneum.


Strainer
DN15-PN16-0.30mm
Throttle
0.35mm-R1/2
Non-return valve
DN15-PN16
Ball valve
DN15-PN40
Double nipple
N8-1/2-Zn-A
Nipple
N4-1/2x1/4-Zn-A
Union
GE 10-PLR-ED A3C
Union
K 10-PL A3C
Union
344-1/2-Zn
Union
MAVE 10-LR A3C
Union
EVGE 10-PLR-ED
Vent valve
G1/4-PN16
Sleeve
M4 red-3/4x1/2-Zn-A
Tee
134-1/2-Zn
Tee
B1-1/2-Zn-A
Conduit nipple
DN15x80-Zn
Pressure gauge
16bar-AR-2MAZ
Pressure switch
PM-3 (1.0-9.0bar)

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DIN3512-1/2-1 PN10-RG
A4-1/2-Zn-A
135-1/2-Zn
U12-1/2-Zn-A
DN15 - NO
N8-1/2-Zn-A
A1-1/2-Zn-A
DN15x170-1 thread
DN15x305-1 thread
DIN1367 0.5-Zn

Manual

Order no.
12 9791
11 7700
17 5841
12 1342
20 9353
16 4930
11 4138
68 1458
85 4937
35 4170
17 5567

84 8271
75 5314
12 9754
75 1680
16 4930
12 0532
17 4666
84 1744
77 3295
84 1756
84 1732
19 9933
76 3832
77 2138
21 3350
11 2580
81 9828
79 2183

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Operating instructions

8.1

Deluge valve electric impulse actuation

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8.2

Deluge valve electric actuation (12 or 24 V)

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8.3

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Deluge valve set hydraulic actuation

Manual

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8.4

Deluge valve pneumatic actuation

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Minimax GmbH z Industriestrae 10/12 z D-23840 Bad Oldesloe


Phone +49 (0)4531 803-0 z Fax +49 (0)4531 803-248
Subject to technical alterations.

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