Model 2W-160-10 of our brass valve line is a two-way, semi-direct lift valve with a normally closed operating position. This means that there are two ports in which media flows and the valve will open when energized to allow media to pass through. Taking the energy away from the valve will close it and stop the flow. It works across various media such as hot water, air, gas, diesel fuel, Freon, weak acids and weak alkali. The valve features a heavy duty, solid brass body that’s sure to last in the most strenuous projects.
The port size is 3/8” inch female NPT threaded. This Electric Solenoid Valve can handle low viscosity fluids below 20 cst. The orifice size is 15mm and Cv value is 4.8. It can withstand pressure up to 145 psi (10 bar) and temperatures as low as 15°F and as high as 250°F. The seal material is FKM or Viton Rubber.
This specific valve has a 110 VAC coil with a voltage range that is -+ 10. The coil head is fitted with a 5’’ wire lead that can easily be connected with your own choice of terminals. The top of the coil features a label that indicates the valve type and specifications. Its response time is very low; in fact, it acts in less than one second, making it a great choice for all types of applications.
This model is mountable in any position and features a conveniently positioned arrow on the body to indication the direction of flow.
*Consult a chemical compatibility expert for correct seal and valve body material choice.
Great valve at an economical price.
Called tech support talked with Joe great help and down to earth guy.
This product is manufactured to very high standards. It is the perfect fit, and I expect years of flawless operation.
I was genuinely surprised at the quality of this valve. Was well constructed of heavy brass castings with stainless bolts. I expected it to be of a lower grade casting but was wrong. This valve compares to any domestic valves I have seen. The Viton seal and 265F top temp is an added bonus. Highly recommend it. The Service was outstanding!!
Had no idea what we were getting into when we decided to use a solenoid valve, but the descriptions on the website were helpful and we were able to incorporate the valve into our design very well! We launched golf balls using pressurized air.