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Solenoids

Solenoids
Solenoids
A solenoid, or solenoid valve, is an electromechanically operated actuator found in many industrial applications. The actuator is controlled by an electric current passing through a coil of wire - the solenoid - creating an electromagnet that operates a switch.

Solenoid valves can be used for a wide array of applications, including general on-off control, calibration and test stands, pilot plant control loops, process control systems, and various original equipment manufacturer applications.

Solenoids are differentiated by their type (frame style, actuating mechanism), coil voltage and power, and maximum force and length of actuating pistons.

D-4HD Series Image
  • Balance of Cost and Performance
  • AC Solenoids and DC Solenoids Available
  • Encapsulated Coils on Most Models
  • UL Approval on Many Models
D-4 Series Image
  • Balance of Cost and Performance
  • AC Solenoids and DC Solenoids Available
  • Encapsulated Coils on Most Models
  • UL Approval on Many Models
D30-ML Series Image
  • Innovative Design Provides More Pull and Hold Force than Other Solenoids of Similar Size
  • Lower Power Consumption
  • Pull Type Solenoid with an Internal Permanent Magnet to Keep Plunger Retracted without Power
D-70 Series Image
  • Balance of Cost and Performance
  • AC Solenoids and DC Solenoids Available
  • UL Approval on Many Models
C-8 Series Image
  • Economical Construction
  • AC Solenoids and DC Solenoids Available
  • Encapsulated Coils on Most Models
  • UL Approval on Many Models
D-11 Series Image
  • Balance of Cost and Performance
  • AC Solenoids and DC Solenoids Available
  • Encapsulated Coils on Most Models
  • UL Approval on Many Models
D-28 Series Image
  • Balance of Cost and Performance
  • AC Solenoids and DC Solenoids Available
  • Encapsulated Coils on Most Models
  • UL Approval on Many Models
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