Collection: Solenoid Valves
Explore Tameson’s wide range of solenoid valves from various global manufacturers. A solenoid valve is an electromechanically controlled valve meant for gasses and clean (non-viscous) fluids. They are known for their quick response time (tenth to hundreds of milliseconds), good sealing properties, durability, and reliability. Common solenoid valve types are 2-way, 3-way, proportional, coaxial, hydraulic, and pneumatic solenoid valves. Solenoid valves are characterized by two numbers, the first number indicates the number of ports (inputs and outputs), and the second number is the number of states (methods of directing the media). Depending on the solenoid valve design, they can be used for opening, closing, mixing, or diverting the media flow with or without a pressure differential. The wide range of available solenoid valves covers a variety of voltages, orifice size, connection style, temperature range, pressure range, and housing and seal materials. Also, there are special versions suitable for ATEX, gas approval, or medium-separated applications. They are commonly used in heating systems, compressed air applications, irrigation systems, and more!