Solenoid media valves

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Solenoid valves for media

Solenoid valves VZWDThe VZWD is a directly controlled solenoid valve that is used to control liquids and gases. The directly controlled valve principle makes it possible to switch pressures of up to 90 bar and vacuum at the same time. The valves are available in stainless steel and brass housing versions. The nominal widths are between DN1 and DN6 and can be selected according to the required flow rate.
Solenoid valves VZWMThe VZWM is a servo-controlled solenoid valve that is used to control liquids and gases. The sealing seat is shut off by a special diaphragm, which, in turn, is controlled by the armature of the solenoid part. The valve is available in a wide selection of nominal widths and there is a choice between brass and stainless steel. To guarantee the valve function, there must be a differential pressure between the input and output.
Solenoid valves MN1HThe valve MN1H is a servo-controlled solenoid valve that is designed to control compressed air. The selected material is optimised for compressed air as the flow medium. The valve is particularly suitable as an on/off valve for pneumatic systems thanks to the wide temperature range and the switchable pressure of up to 10 bar. Six different sizes are available.
Solenoid valves VZWPThe VZWP is a servo-controlled solenoid valve, which, unlike the standard versions, has a piston instead of a diaphragm. This allows the valve to be operated at considerably higher pressure. This means that a pressure of maximum 40 bar can be switched without problems at high flow rates. As with all servo-controlled valves, there must be a differential pressure between the input and output.
Solenoid valves VZWFThe force pilot operated solenoid valve VZWF is suitable for a wide range of media thanks to the large selection of sealing materials. In contrast to servo-controlled valves, the force pilot operated design enables media to be switched without differential pressure and allows it to be used with a vacuum. This ensures that the valves can be used universally. The series VZWF is available in different sizes with connections of 1/4" to 2" and housing versions made of brass and stainless steel.