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Mechanical Control Valve

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Solenoid valves convert electrical energy to mechanical energy, which causes a magnetic response. The solenoid activates when an electrical current comes through the wire coil. When activated, solenoids in hydraulic valves and pneumatic valves control the flow of fluid when a fluid power system is in motion. There are many different types of solenoid valves available, though direct-acting and pilot-operated valves are the two main categories. When selecting a solenoid valve, it is important answer questions about the application and ensure that you are choosing a suitable valve.


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Type of Valve

Solenoid valves are available as 2-Way, 3-Way, and 4-Way. The application will dictate the types of solenoid valves you chose.












Position and way No.

Two-position Five Way

Three-position Five Way

Effective sectional area



Position No.

Two-position Three-way

Effective section area


Port size

Air inlet+Air Outlet+Exhaust=M5x0.8”

Working Medium

Air (40Micron Filtered)

Action type

Inner Guide Type

Working Pressure


Voltage Range


Power Consumption

AC:5VA DC:2.8W

Insulation&protection Class

F Class. IP 65

Wiring Form

Lead wire or connector type


5 times/Sec

Shortest Activate Time

0.05 Second

Max pressure Resistance


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All materials used in the construction of the valves are carefully selected according to the varying types of applications. Body material, seal material, and solenoid material are chosen to optimize functional reliability, fluid compatibility, service life and cost.

Body Materials

Neutral fluid valve bodies are made of brass and bronze. For fluids with high temperatures, e.g., steam, corrosion-resistant steel is available. In addition, polyamide material s used for economic reasons in various plastic valves.

Solenoid Materials

All parts of the solenoid actuator which come into contact with the fluid are made of austenitic corrosion-resistant steel. In this way, resistance is guaranteed against corrosive attack by neutral or mildly aggressive media.

Seal Materials

The particular mechanical, thermal and chemical conditions in an application factors in the selection of the seal material. the standard material for neutral fluids at temperatures up to 194°F is normally FKM. For higher temperatures EPDM and PTFE are employed. The PTFE material is universally resistant to practically all fluids of technical interest.

Pressure Ratings

Pressure Ratings - Pressure Range:

All pressure figures quoted in this section represent gauge pressures. Pressure ratings are quoted in PSI. The valves function reliably within the given pressure ranges. Our figures apply for the range 15% undervoltage to 10% overvoltage. If 3/2-way valves are used in a different operation, the permitted pressure range changes. Further details are contained in our data sheets.

In the case of vacuum operation, care has to be taken to ensure that the vacuum is on the outlet side (A or B) while the higher pressure, i.e. atmospheric pressure, is connected to the inlet port P.

Flow Rate Values

The flow rate through a valve is determined by the nature of the design and by the type of flow. The size of valve required for a particular application is generally established by the Cv rating. This figure is evolved for standardized units and conditions, i.e. flowrate in GPM and using water at a temperature of between 40°F and 86°F at a pressure drop of 1 PSI. Cv ratings for each valve are quoted. A standardized system of flowrate values is also used for pneumatics. In this case the air flow in SCFM upstream and a pressure drop of 15 PSI at a temperature of 68°F.

Order Terms


Lead Time: in 7 days

Delivery: by express/by sea/by air

Payment Terms: By T/T


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