SOLENOIDS & VALVES

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GENERAL PURPOSE SOLENOID VALVES

General Purpose Solenoid Valves offer a wide range of control options over the flow of liquids and gases in applications from dispensing to instrumentation,

commercial equipment, machinery, medical/dental
equipment, control systems and off-highway equipment.

 

  • 2-Way Normally Open 

  • 2-Way Normally Closed 

  • 3-Way Normally Open 

  • 3-Way Multi-Purpose

  • 3-Way Normally Closed (exhaust to atmosphere)

  • 3-Way Normally Closed (piped to exhaust)

  • 3-Way Directional Control

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LOW WATT VALVES

Low Watt Valves are general purpose or safety valves for pneumatic and hydraulic applications. The versatility of these valves is increased to include

the handling of hot air, hot water, refrigerants and many other media, by the use of different seals.

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MANIFOLDS

The stacking valve body creates the opportunity to tightly pack multiple solenoid valves into one package, with  a common inlet or outlet depending on the needs of the application.


Applications

 

  • Emission analyzer systems

  • Chemical and gas processing

  • Soda dispensing

  • Any market needing common inlet or outlet for multiple valves

HAZARDOUS LOCATION VALVES

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Hazardous Location Valves are used where fire or explosion hazards exist due to the presence of flammable gases or vapors, flammable liquids, combustible dust, or easily ignitable fibers.


Explosion Proof Valves are recommended, or in some cases compulsory, where a high level of protection from explosion is required.

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HIGH
PRESSURE VALVES

High Pressure Valves operate with a pressure between 1000 and 3000 PSI.

 

Medical, laboratory, instrumentation and industrial companies, etc. that require high pressure bottled gas with media such as 02, C02 and compressed

Nitrogen use our valve in various applications.

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MAGNETIC LATCHING
VALVES

Magnetic Latching Valves use a permanent magnet to enable the latching valves are bi-stable in either shifted state. This allows the valve to stay in either state indefinitely without drawing power. To shift the valve from one state to another, a short 50 millisecond DC voltage is applied to the coil. To shift the valve back, a reverse polarity pulse is applied to the coil. This feature makes this valve suitable for use in remote areas where continuous power may be limited. It is also valuable in equipment where coil heating, due to a continuous application of power, is undesirable such as in medical and chemical analyzers.