Precautions For High Pressure Solenoid Valve

Update:02 Jun 2021

  A high-Pressure Solenoid Valve is an electronically controlled valve. The valve has a solenoid, which is an electric coil with a movable ferromagnetic core (plunger) in the center. In the rest position, the plunger closes a small hole. The current through the coil generates a magnetic field. The magnetic field of the Acrylic Flow Meter exerts an upward force on the plunger that opens the hole. This is the basic principle used to open and close solenoid valves.

  Precautions for High-Pressure Solenoid Valve:

  Only used for cleaning liquids and gases.

  Indirect operation valves require a pressure difference to function.

  Used to close, open, meter, dispense, or mix media with 2 or more inlets/outlets.

  Act fast.

  Manual operation, ATEX, gas approval, media separation, and other options.

  It may get hot because it needs the energy to switch and stay in that position (depending on the type).

  Commonly used in heating systems, compressed air, vacuum, irrigation, car washing, etc.