Pneumatic Solenoid Valve and Valve Manifold
- Direct acting
- Internally piloted
- Externally piloted
- High Frequency | significant flow rate
- Accumodate compressed air, vacuum, and inert gases
Pneumatic Solenoid Valve
High quality electrically-operated valve with small dimension as 10mm, 15mm
You can choose solenoid valves normally open or solenoid valves normally closed according to your industrial and automatic applications:
10mm 3/2 NO | 10mm 3/2 NC | 15mm 3/2 NO | 15mm 3/2NO |
You can also find internally piloted valve, externally piloted pneumatic valve available: single pneumatic 5/2, single solenoid valve 5/3 | double solenoid valve 5/3, double pneumatic valve 5/4 etc.
This high speed small size pneumatic valves offer you most efficient method of converting electrical signals into pneumatic functions while stable in quality, supper in speed.
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a solenoid valve is a type of electromechanical valve that uses an electric current to control the flow of liquid or gas in a piping system. It consists of a solenoid, which is a coil of wire that creates a magnetic field when an electric current flows through it, and a valve body with an internal plunger that opens and closes the flow path. Solenoid valves are commonly used in various industrial and commercial applications, such as fluid control systems, water treatment, and HVAC. They are known for their reliability, fast switching speed, and ease of control.
Here are several types of solenoid valves including:
1. Direct Acting Solenoid Valves – they have a simple and straightforward design, where the solenoid directly controls the valve’s opening and closing.
2. Piloted Solenoid Valves – they have an additional pilot valve that uses the pressure of the fluid to help control the main valve.
3. Two-Way Solenoid Valves – they have two ports and control the flow in one direction.
4. Three-Way Solenoid Valves – they have three ports and can control the flow in two directions.
5. Normally Closed Solenoid Valves – they are closed when the solenoid is de-energized and open when energized.
6. Normally Open Solenoid Valves – they are open when the solenoid is de-energized and closed when energized.
7. Latching Solenoid Valves – they can hold their position without using energy and can be opened or closed using a pulse of electricity.
Each type has different characteristics and is suitable for different applications, so it is important to choose the right type of solenoid valve for the specific needs of a system.
Solenoid valves are widely used in a variety of industries, including:
1. Automation and process control – solenoid valves are commonly used in control systems for industrial processes, such as packaging, material handling, and assembly.
2. Manufacturing – solenoid valves are used in various manufacturing processes, such as in the production of food and beverages, chemicals, and pharmaceuticals.
3. HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) – solenoid valves are used in air conditioning and refrigeration systems to control the flow of refrigerants.
4. Water treatment – solenoid valves are used in water treatment systems, such as in water purification, sewage treatment, and irrigation.
5. Medical equipment – solenoid valves are used in various medical devices and equipment, such as oxygen concentrators, dialysis machines, and ventilators.
6. Energy and power generation – solenoid valves are used in power plants, oil refineries, and other energy-related industries to control the flow of fuels and other liquids.
7. Agricultural and farm equipment – solenoid valves are used in agricultural and farming equipment, such as irrigation systems and sprayers.
This list is not exhaustive and solenoid valves can be used in other industries as well.