Safety valves offer vital protection to personnel and expensive machine parts, which is why MGA Controls recommends Herion safety valves for the ultimate in safety standards.
Whether for mechanical or pneumatic presses, amusement park facilities, emergency brake systems, handling systems or robots, process control or special machines, Herion has a safety valve to suit the application and protect people..
IP converters for gas can be valuable tools in controlling the flow of gas in applications such as gas distribution networks. By controlling the output pressure of the gas, they can deliver the correct gas volumes precisely where it is needed for use. This can not only save on gas costs, it is also valuable in terms of safety by preventing potentially dangerous gas from venting to the environment...
The incredibly versatile solenoid valve has been a mainstay of industrial applications since the early 1900s. In this article, Paul Trevitt, Operations & Engineering Manager for Bürkert UK & Ireland, talks us through the evolving design improvements of these humble yet mighty valves.
Solenoid valves are the most frequently used control elements in fluidics. Their role can be to shut-off,..
MGA Controls is a leading supplier of solenoid valves for the Process Industry. In this article, we give you an in-depth overview of what a solenoid valve is and how they function.
What is a solenoid valve?
A solenoid valve is an electromechanically operated valve. The valve is controlled by an electric current through a solenoid. In the case of a two-port valve the flow is switched on or off. With..
The Buschjost 82400 Solenoid operated diaphragm valve has been specially designed to handle water in the treatment process of wastewater. In this article, we explain why these versatile valves are ideal for chemical dosing applications.
Water is one of the most valuable resources on Earth and individuals and companies alike are becoming more responsible about the effective treatment and recycling..
In this article, MGA Controls gives you our guide to gas solenoid valves. We explain what they are, how they function, common types and their typical applications.
Gas solenoid valves are as versatile as they are useful. Translating electrical impulses, to open and close the valve, they control the flow of gas in a wide range of industrial and residential applications.
What is a gas solenoid valve?
How do solenoid valves work? Here’s the engineering behind solenoid valve operation – the solenoid valve uses an electromagnetic solenoid coil to change the state of a valve from open to closed or closed to open. If the solenoid valve is ‘normally closed’, when the coil is energized, the valve gets lifted open by the electromagnetic force produced by the coil.
This is why a solenoid valve is..
Buschjost are part of the Norgren Group who are a leading Global manufacturer of Process and All-media Valves and offers the Process Industry a comprehensive portfolio of globally acclaimed Valves and Technology Systems.
Buschjost’s range includes an extensive selection of Solenoid Valves, Angle-Seat valves, Pressure Operated Valves, Pulse Valves, as well as Motorised Valves and Systems.
Have you ever experienced having the wrong coil for your solenoid valve, to then find out that the correct coil has a different fitting and so you need to order a completely new solenoid valve?
MGA Controls have the answer – with their a range of Norgen Buschjost “CLICK ON” Solenoid Valves which are available on next day delivery.
Click-On solenoid valves explained
The ‘Economy’ award
The award for ‘Economy’ goes to the Surgebuster Swing Check Valve by Val-Matic. The Surgebuster has been proven to save up to 50% of energy costs in an application. The Surgebuster check valve has an assisted spring disc accelerator and an angled valve seat which means the valve stroke is reduced down to 35 degrees and the closing time is reduced to 0.5 seconds. This makes..