A solenoid valve is an electromechanical valve that can be used to control the flow of liquid or gas.  The solenoid converts an electrical signal in to a mechanical movement.  The signal is sent to a coil and the movement occurs inside the valve.

M&M International Solenoid Valves

How do they work?

How M&M solenoid valves normally operate is shown in the diagrams.  A coil is assembled on to the valve body on an armature tube with an armature tube or moving core inside.  The moving core is held in place by a counter spring.  When the coil is charged the armature is attracted by its magnetic field and the main seal either opens or closes leaving a passage through the valve orifice.

M&Ms range of solenoid valves has only 2 different sizes of coil which reduces costs and provides maximum inter-changeability across their range.  Their coils are available as 12vDC, 24vDC, 24v/50-60, 110v/50—120v/60, 200v/50-220/60 and 230/50-240/60 but other voltages are available on request.

 

Applications of M&M Solenoid Valves

 

Applications of M&M Solenoid Valves

  • Water metering systems
  • Mains water systems to prevent water hammer or as an electronic mixer tap
  • Lubrication oil systems to provide oil at a sufficient pressure
  • Diesel Fuel supply
  • Low pressure water systems
  • Vacuum applications such as a vacuum pump system
  • Air dryers
  • Hydro saunas
  • Car washing equipment

 

Benefits of using M&M Solenoid Valves

  • High quality products to suit all budgets
  • Wide range for many applications
  • Large stocks held in the UK which can give next day delivery
  • All M&M products are CE approved and comply to the pressure equipment directive 97/23 EC

 

MGA Controls Ltd are fully trained in specifying M&M International’s complete product range. For technical advice, please call our technical team on +44 (0) 8444 501123.

Date posted: 24/02/2011 | Author: | Categories: Solenoid Valves , Valves

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