FILL-MATIC 4 combi filling valve type BA for heating systems, figure 365 0G


Product Features

  • for the automatic filling of closed heating systems according to DIN 4751
  • to protect drinking water against backflow of fluids up to and including category 4 according DIN EN 1717 / DIN 1988-100
  • for heating water with inhibitors
  • wetted metal parts made from dezincification-free and corrosion-resistant gunmetal, resistant against aggressive water
  • consisting of shut-off, pressure reducing valve, RPZ backflow preventer Type BA and pressure gauge
  • with stainless steel mesh at inlet
  • integrated differential pressure controlled and low-maintenance protection cartridge including CV
  • with controllable reduced pressure zone
  • male union thread
  • drain connection of plastic and gunmetal according to DIN EN 1717
  • inlet and outlet with check cartridge
  • free from dead spots
  • for horizontal installation, drain valve down
  • incl. manometer for system pressure secondary side
  • incl. insulation shells
  • maintenance requirements in accordance with DIN EN 806-5 must be complied with

Standards and Approvals

  • DVGW approval
  • BELGAQUA approval
  • plastic parts with KTW and W 270 approval
  • according to DVGW worksheet W 570
  • according to accepted materials list from German environmental agency
  • building material class B1 according to DIN 4102
  • DIN EN 1213 / EN 1717
  • ÜA-Reg.-Nr. R-15.2.3-21-17048, WIEN-ZERT

Technical Data

  • pressure rating PN 10
  • max. inlet temperature 30 °C
  • min. primary pressure 0.15 MPa
  • min. outlet pressure 0.1 MPa
  • max. outlet pressure 0.4 MPa
  • factory setting 0.15 MPa








part no. DNA1A2D1


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CAD Modelle

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Figur 3650G

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