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Janatics(0-10bar) 3/2, 140 LPM Solenoid Valve 220 V, E14612A

SKU JANATICS-E14612A
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Description & Specifications
Brand Name : Janatics
Power Consumption : 6 W
Voltage : 220 V
Type of Product : Solenoid Valve
Model No : E14612A
Pressure Range : 2 NW and 0-10 bar
  • Janatics E14612A 140 LPM Solenoid Valve
  • A solenoid valve is an electromechanical device used to control the flow of fluids, such as liquids or gases. It uses an electromagnetic coil to open or close a valve mechanism. Solenoid valves are widely used in various industrial and commercial applications where precise control of fluid flow is required
  •  Solenoid valves consist of an electromagnetic coil and a plunger or armature that moves in response to the coil's magnetic field. When an electrical current is applied to the ring, it generates a magnetic force that either opens or closes the valve
  •  Solenoid valves provide binary control, meaning they are either fully open or fully closed when energized. This makes them suitable for applications requiring quick and precise start/stop or open/close actions
  • These valves use the magnetic force generated by the coil to directly lift or move the valve's sealing element away from the orifice to allow fluid flow.
  •  In these valves, the coil controls the flow of a smaller pilot fluid (usually air or another gas), which, in turn, operates the primary valve mechanism. This design allows for larger valve sizes and higher flow rates
  • Fluid Compatibility: Solenoid valves are available in various materials to accommodate different fluids, including water, air, oil, gas, steam, and chemicals. The choice of material depends on the compatibility of the valve with the fluid being controlled
  •  Solenoid valves come in various configurations, including two-way (2/2), three-way (3/2 or 3/3), and four-way (4/2 or 4/3) valves. These configurations determine how the valve directs fluid flow and whether it has one or multiple inlet/outlet ports


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Description & Specifications
Brand Name : Janatics
Power Consumption : 6 W
Voltage : 220 V
Type of Product : Solenoid Valve
Model No : E14612A
Pressure Range : 2 NW and 0-10 bar
  • Janatics E14612A 140 LPM Solenoid Valve
  • A solenoid valve is an electromechanical device used to control the flow of fluids, such as liquids or gases. It uses an electromagnetic coil to open or close a valve mechanism. Solenoid valves are widely used in various industrial and commercial applications where precise control of fluid flow is required
  •  Solenoid valves consist of an electromagnetic coil and a plunger or armature that moves in response to the coil's magnetic field. When an electrical current is applied to the ring, it generates a magnetic force that either opens or closes the valve
  •  Solenoid valves provide binary control, meaning they are either fully open or fully closed when energized. This makes them suitable for applications requiring quick and precise start/stop or open/close actions
  • These valves use the magnetic force generated by the coil to directly lift or move the valve's sealing element away from the orifice to allow fluid flow.
  •  In these valves, the coil controls the flow of a smaller pilot fluid (usually air or another gas), which, in turn, operates the primary valve mechanism. This design allows for larger valve sizes and higher flow rates
  • Fluid Compatibility: Solenoid valves are available in various materials to accommodate different fluids, including water, air, oil, gas, steam, and chemicals. The choice of material depends on the compatibility of the valve with the fluid being controlled
  •  Solenoid valves come in various configurations, including two-way (2/2), three-way (3/2 or 3/3), and four-way (4/2 or 4/3) valves. These configurations determine how the valve directs fluid flow and whether it has one or multiple inlet/outlet ports