Light Weight. Quick Action. Safe
- A solenoid valve operates when its coil is electrically energized to create a magnetic field which pulls a linear plunger up to open the valve, when de-energized, a spring pushes the plunger back down to close the seat.
- There are 2 types of solenoid valves: Directing Acting vs Pilot Operated (Servo Assisted).
- Directing acting solenoid valves do not use a diaphragm, the plunger remains closed even when no pressure is being applied. They are suitable for negative pressure circuits and are designed to cope with particle debris.
- Pilot operated solenoid valves use a diaphragm and require some differential pressure of the process fluid in order to keep the valve closed. A small orifice in the inlet port allows fluid to enter a chamber above the diaphragm which compresses against the diaphragm to force it against the seat in order to maintain a closed position. Pilot operated solenoid valves are good for large flows and require lower electrical power level.
Solenoid Valves (Direct Acting & Servo-Assisted)
- Types : 2/2 Way / 3/2 Way / 4/2 Way / 5/2 Way
- Body Material : PVC / PVDF / Brass / Stainless Steel / Polyamide
- Seal Material : NBR / FKM / EPDM / FFKM
- Temperature Range : -30° to 120°C
- Max Pressure : Up to 16 bar
- Port Connection : G 1/4″ – G2-1/2″
- Fluid Types :
– Alkalis, alkaline washing and bleaching lyes
– Oxidizing acids & substances, salt solutions
– Neutral media, such as compressed air, water, hydraulic oil
– Hot air, oxygen, hot oil, per solution
– Oil and fat-free media
High Pressure Solenoid Valve
- Material : Cast Iron / SS304
- Sizes : 1/2″ to 3″
- Max Static Pressure : Up to 20 bar
- Max Fluid Temperature : Up to 200°C
- Connection : Threaded NPT / Flanged
- Applications : Water / Oil / Gas / Solvents / Brine / Corrosive Fluids / Deionized Water / Condensate / Ammonias / Vegetable Oils / Fluid Oils / Cryogenics / Flammable Liquids / Hot Liquid / Hot Gases