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Electromagnetic (solenoid) valves)

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Sinoid valves are used to supply the required volume of the working environment at a certain selected time of time. Electromagnetic valves are mounted in automatic irrigation systems, used to adjust the heating systems, in boiler plants, when regulating mixing liquids and their drain at a pressure pressure from 0, 1 to 20 MPa. Stream regulation using a solenoid valve is carried out thanks to an electromagnetic device – a coil, at the time of entering it through the installed electric voltage sensor from 12 to 220 V. The driving element is the core of the solenoid, which moves the valve diaphragm.

There are valve models that can be controlled by both a manually operator and by serving – they can be used to mix or separate the flow. Valve houses are made of brass or stainless steel.

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