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Fueling Nozzle TK17- 70Mpa ENR (NEC)

  • WEH® fueling nozzle TK17 H₂ 70 MPa ENR with NEC  interface for for H2 fast filling of electric / hybrid cars with fuell cells (FCV) at self-service fueling stations.
  • The IR data interface, which is located at the front end of the fueling nozzle, is responsible for communication between the vehicle and the filling station and for achieving the optimum filling level.
  • Fuel Nozzle is made up of high-quality materials which are rust resistant.
  • Highest flow values which leads to short filling times.
  • Plastic thermal protection
  • Self Service
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Fueling nozzle TK17- 70Mpa ENR (NEC)

  • The WEH® TK17 H2 70 MPa ENR with exchangeable nozzle receiver (NEC data interface) was developed for refueling fuel cell cars with compressed hydrogen (CGH2).
  • The fueling nozzle provides the same proven characteristics as the actual known TK17 H2 70 MPa.
  • The IR data interface which is located at the front part of the fueling nozzle ensures proper communication between the vehicle and the fueling station thus achieving the optimum filling level.
  • So far the complete fueling nozzle has had to be sent in for repair in case of damage or malfunction of the data interface. With this version of the TK17 H2 70 MPa, however, the data interface can now be easily exchanged by specially trained personnel on the spot and within a very short time. Downtimes are reduced.
  • The continuous rubber protection offers optimal protection not only for the fuel cell electric vehicle and the front part of the fueling nozzle against damage, impacts and weather-related influences, but also for the operator against frostbitten hands.
  • The new TK17 H2 70 MPa ENR is additionally equipped with a purging line, that allows purging with nitrogen during and after fueling process. This can prevent ingress of moisture and formation of ice crystals when filling with pre-cooled hydrogen. Removing the fueling nozzle from the receptacle is thus facilitated even in unfavorable climatic conditions.
  • The internal coding for pressure range and gas type ensures that the WEH® TK17 H2 70 MPa ENR can be connected to the compatible WEH® Receptacles and also prevents the risk of confusion with natural gas.

Features

  • Coding for pressure range / gas type
  • Compatible to receptacle WEH® TN1 H2 70 MPa
  • Easy operation
  • Exchangeable nozzle receiver (ENR)
  • Extremely high flow rate -> short filling times
  • Hand grip with magnet
  • High-grade materials
  • Increased robustness
  • Integrated purging line for nitrogen purging
  • Left or right single-handed operation
  • Plastic thermal protection
  • Prepared for dispenser mounting with purging system
  • Protection against impact and cold
  • WEH® EASY-TURN swivel joint approx. 250°
  • WEH® Jaw Locking Mechanism

Application areas

  • Fueling nozzle with NEC interface for H2 fast filling of electric / hybrid cars with fuell cells (FCV) at self-service fueling stations.

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  • WEH is your partner for hydrogen refilling. Contact us – we are looking forward to listen to your requirements.

 

Weight2.4 kg
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    WEH GmbH Gas Technology

    For 25 years, we have been developing future-oriented H2 refueling solutions. Pioneering is in our DNA. WEH strives to meet our customers’ expectations – from design to service. By delivering high-quality, safe and user-friendly products, our goal has grown to become our promise. Whatever your hydrogen needs, we have you covered. Our products touch all aspects of the refueling process. From receptacles, check valves and filters for vehicles to fueling nozzles and breakaways for fueling stations.

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