A Solenoid valve is used wherever fluid flow has to be controlled automatically. They are being used to an increasing degree in the most varied types of plants and equipment. The variety of different designs which are available enables a valve to be selected to specifically suit the application in question.
How is a solenoid operated valve being made?
THERE ARE 5 MAIN PARAMETERS TO CONSIDER WHEN SELECTING A VALVE:
Solenoid valve is a control units which, when electrically energized or de-energized, either shut off or allow fluid flow. The actuator takes the form of an electromagnet. When energized, a magnetic field builds up which pulls a plunger or pivoted armature against the action of a spring. When de-energized, the plunger or pivoted armature is returned to its original position by the spring action.
How does a solenoid valve operate?
To the mode of actuation, a distinction is made between direct- valves, internally piloted valves, and externally piloted valves. A further distinguishing feature is the number of port connections or the number of flow paths ("ways").
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