Several different types of solenoid valves

Direct-acting, Pilot-operated, and 2W Solenoid Valves

Solenoid valves is a device that controls the flow of fluid using electromagnetic force. It consists of an electromagnet and a valve body, and the opening or closing of the valve body is achieved by controlling the power supply to the electromagnet. Solenoid valves are widely used in industrial automation control systems and are commonly used to control the direction, flow rate, speed, and other parameters of liquids or gases.

In the water treatment industry, solenoid valves can be used for opening and closing water flow in water treatment equipment such as reverse osmosis systems, filtration systems, and water softening systems. By providing fast, reliable, and automated fluid control, water treatment systems become more efficient, labor-saving, and environmentally friendly.

Solenoid Valve
Fast Control, High Automation

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As an automated valve for controlling fluid flow, solenoid valves are widely used in various water treatment systems to ensure precise control and automated management of water flow. Snowate can provide 5 types of electromagnetic valves to meet customers' different fluid control needs.

  • Quick Response Able to open or close within milliseconds, suitable for applications that require fast control
  • Various Control Modes Can achieve direct-acting normally closed, normally open, pilot-operated normally closed, normally open control modes, etc.
  • Strong Adaptability Different valve bodies and sealing materials can be selected according to different media
  • Highly automated Can be used in conjunction with various sensors and control systems to achieve automation control
  • Easy installation Generally designed with standard interfaces, can be easily installed in various pipeline systems
  • Energy-saving Only consumes energy when switching states, low energy consumption when in a stable state
  • Simple and reliable Relatively simple structure, low failure rate, easy maintenance, high reliability
  • Wide applicability Can be used for controlling various media such as gas, liquid, and steam