Solenoid Valves come with stainless steel bodies.

Press Release Summary:

Series 58 molded solenoid valves are available in 2-way and 3-way versions. Stud mount uses 10/32 in. stud as orifice connection and annular groove as cavity connection. Connections are separated and sealed with O-rings. Other body style uses 10/32 female ports for both cavity and orifice connections. Applications include portable medical devices, analyzers and portable test equipment.

Original Press Release:

Stainless Steel Series 58 Solenoid Valves

Additions to the Peter Paul line of molded Series 58 solenoid valves have been announced with the development of two stainless steel bodies.

These bodies supplement the existing six models of plastic valves currently used in portable medical devices, analyzers, portable test equipment, and similar applications.

These stainless steel bodies represent an option for the 58 valves while retaining all the same coil options, voltages, wattages, orifice sizes, pressure ratings, and elastomers.

Two stainless steel models are offered in both 2-Way and 3-Way versions: A stud mount, utilizing a 1 0/32 stud as the orifice connection and an annular groove as the cavity connection. These connections are separated and sealed with 0-rings. The other body style uses 10/32 female ports for both the cavity and orifice connections. Optionally, the user can upgrade from the plastic bodied Series 58 to either of the stainless steel bodies.

Editors, please note:
The 55-year-old Peter Paul Electronics Co., through a worldwide distributor network, provides a broad range of standard and miniature solenoid valves; Explosion-Proof, High-Flow, and High Pressure models; complimentary manifolds and stacking valves in stainless, brass, or aluminum; solenoid valve operators for OEM use; and a vast array of body, housing, and coil options for standard and special applications. Most Peter Paul solenoid valves are UL recognized and CSA listed.

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