Solenoid Valves

Solenoid Valves feature manual override.
Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment

Solenoid Valves feature manual override.

Designed to mount directly to pneumatic valve actuators, Series SN minimizes need for tubing, fittings, or brackets. Units come with BUNA O-rings and offer manual override as standard. Available in variety of voltages for any application, 3/2 solenoids are designed for spring return actuators, while 5/2 solenoids are designed to be used with double acting actuators. Valves have IP65 enclosure...

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NAMUR Mount Solenoids offer high flow of 1.4 cV.
Electronic Components & Devices

NAMUR Mount Solenoids offer high flow of 1.4 cV.

Featuring pilot-operated spool valve design, QC Series Solenoids are 3/2 or 5/2 field selectable for double acting or spring return pneumatic actuators. Units provide rapid response time up to 4 cycles/sec and are rated for 100% continuous duty. Pushbutton manual override is standard. Constructed with anodized aluminum body and Buna-N seals, solenoids offer coil voltages of 12 Vdc, 24 Vdc, 120...

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Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment

Solenoid Valves withstand harsh atmospheres.

Offered in 2-way and 3-way configurations, Rotary Type Solenoid Valves range in size from ¼ to 6 in. and are suited for very corrosive or viscous fluids and fluids with suspended solids. Normally open and normally closed designs handle pressures to 7,500 psig and temperatures to 550°F. Solenoid actuator is isolated from contact with process fluid. Materials include Stainless Steel, Alloy 20,...

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