Solenoid valves and spare coils

The definition of a solenoid valve is an electro-mechanical valve that is commonly employed to control the flow of liquid or gas. There are various solenoid valve types, but the main variants are either pilot operated or direct acting. Pilot operated valves, the most widely used, utilize system line pressure to open and close the main orifice in the valve body.
While Direct operated solenoid valves directly open or close the main valve orifice, which is the only flow path in the valve. They are used in systems requiring low flow capacities or applications with low pressure differential across the valve orifice.

Solenoid valves and spare coils
  • Body:- Brass, stainless steel, aluminium and nylon
  • Sealing material:-NBR, EPDM, Viton and Teflon
  • Voltage:-AC and DC
  • Normally open, normally closed
  • 2/2 way and 3/2 way
  • Application:- Oil, gas, fuel, chemical, water, steam and beverage