We are excited to announce our newest line of products at ElectricSolenoidValves.com! As of today, we are now carrying a line of Pneumatic Solenoid Valves, providing our customers with the next level of precision and efficiency in pneumatic systems control.
Pneumatic valves are an important component of any pneumatic system. They are used to control the pressure, rate, and amount of air that moves through the system. These valves typically work by using compressed air as a power source to actuate a specific element within the valve, such as a spool or a piston.
Once actuated, the movement of this internal component changes the configuration of the valve, directing the flow of air within the system. Depending on the specific type of valve, this change could involve starting or stopping the flow, controlling its direction, or adjusting its speed or pressure.
Changing the air flow this way within the pneumatic system can then be used to drive different types of mechanical motion. This could include moving parts within a machine, lifting heavy loads, or controlling tools in an automated assembly line.
Our New Pneumatic Solenoid Valve Lineup
Our new line of pneumatic solenoid valves all share identical core specifications, with slight variations among individual models, allowing for our customers’ wide range of applications and needs.
Each valve is manufactured with high-quality aluminum alloy. This provides optimal strength and durability, and the NBR O-Ring seals further enhance the valves' performance, ensuring continuous airtight connections.
They are all designed to be suitable for clean air with a 40-micron filter. This reduces the chances of valve blockage or damage from debris. Each of our pneumatic valves operate on a single solenoid with an air return mechanism, creating a powerful and efficient operation cycle.
Moreover, all of our new pneumatic solenoid valves come with a coil duty of 100% ED Continuous (Max. 5 Cycles/Sec.), ensuring optimal power efficiency. They can operate within a temperature range of -4° - 158°F, have a pressure range of 22 - 116 PSI, and require no lubrication.
Each of our valves also comes with either a 110VAC or 24V DC coil voltage option, giving you the flexibility to choose a product that is in sync with your existing systems.
Pneumatic Solenoid Valve Model Specifications
3 Way Pneumatic Valves
This valve delivers an efficient flow rate of CV=0.67 with power consumption of AC: 3.0VA / DC: 2.8 Watts. Its compact dimensions ensure a perfect fit for space-conscious systems.
With a higher flow rate of CV=0.89 and power consumption of AC: 4.0VA / DC: 3.0 Watts, this valve is perfect for systems requiring a higher throughput.
This valve stands out with its larger port size and flow rate of CV=1.68, yet still maintains the same power consumption as the 3V210-08.
Our largest 3 Way, 2 Position valve, offering a CV=2.79 flow rate and power consumption of AC: 4.0VA / DC: 3.0 Watts.
5 Port 4 Way Pneumatic Valves
This valve offers greater flexibility with its five ports. It has a flow rate of CV=0.67 and power consumption of AC: 3.0VA / DC: 2.8 Watts.
Slightly larger than the 4V110-06, it delivers a CV=0.89 flow rate with power consumption of AC: 4.0VA / DC: 3.0 Watts.
This valve features varied port sizes and a flow rate of CV=1.68, and power consumption of AC: 3.0VA / DC: 2.8 Watts.
As the largest in our 5 Port (4 Way) category, this valve provides a flow rate of CV=2.79 and shares the same power consumption as the 4V210-08 with AC: 4.0VA / DC: 3.0 Watts.
How Do Pneumatic Solenoid Valves Differ From Other Solenoid Valves?
All solenoid valves work based on the same principle. An electric current passes through a solenoid coil, creating a magnetic field that moves a plunger to control the flow media in the system. Pneumatic solenoid valves specifically control the flow of air or gas. Other solenoid valves might be designed to control the flow of liquid, oil, or other types of gasses.
Do Pneumatic Valves Require Regular Maintenance?
Like all mechanical components, pneumatic valves benefit from regular maintenance, though they are well known for being very low maintenance. This could include routine inspections, cleaning, and replacement of worn-out components. Proper maintenance can help extend the life of the valve, improve its performance, and reduce the risk of unexpected breakdowns.
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