Multivalves 67R-01

LPG multivalves must be homologated to European standard ECE 67R01 and undergo a joint certification with the LPG tank - the Bonfire test procedure. All 67R01 homologated multivalves must be equipped with a solenoid valve to open and close the gas flow and connected by a cable to the LPG conversion kit in the engine compartment. If all operating conditions of the gas system are fulfilled, the solenoid valve is controlled by the board voltage and automatically opens the LPG gas flow to the reducer. In the event of a technical problem or accident, the board voltage is interrupted and the solenoid valve closes the gas supply at the LPG valve immediately to prevent uncontrolled gas leakage.

LPG multivalves for toroidal internal LPG tanks with installation angle 30 ° or 37 °

Which multivalve fits the toroidal internal LPG tank can be derived from the product designation of the multivalve. The height, abbreviated by "H." is given in millimeters and is based on the height of the toroidal internal tank. A degree number "30°" indicates the installation angle of the LPG multivalve. An additional 6mm or 8mm indicates the diameter of the gas line from the multivalve to the LPG reducer. 

LPG multivalves for toroidal internal tanks with installation angle 0°

Which multivalve fits the toroidal internal tank can be derived from the product designation of the multivalve, similar to the toroidal external tank. The height, abbreviated by "H." is given in millimeters and is based on the height of the toroidal external tank. A degree "" indicates the installation angle of the multivalve. The additional specification 6mm or 8mm indicates the diameter of the gas line from the multivalve to the LPG reducer.

LPG multivalves for Cylindrical tanks with installation angle 0°, 30° and 90°

Which multivalve fits the Cylindrical tank can be derived from the product designation of the multivalve. The diameter, abbreviated by "D." is given in millimeters and is based on the diameter of the cylinder tank. The degree 0°, 30° or 90° indicates the installation angle of the LPG multivalve. The additional 6mm or 8mm indicates the diameter of the gas line from the multivalve to the LPG reducer.

Important note: It should be noted that the degree of the multivalve does not correspond to the orientation of a compass rose. With a 90° multivalve, the flange of the cylinder tank points upwards. With a 0 ° multivalve the flange is positioned laterally (compass 90 °) and with a 30 ° multivalve the orientation actually corresponds to the 30 ° on the compass.

ECE 67R01 homologated and certified multivalves according to Bonfire test procedures with the LPG tanks we offer are:

Tomasetto multivalve AT02, BRC multivalve Europe 2, OMB multivalve K4 etc.


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