Tameson Newsletter August 2019
Looking for a modulating ball valve? Or have you always wanted to know what a coaxial solenoid valve is? Read on to find out everything about this. We are constantly looking for improvement, so do you have additions or comments? Let us know!
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Max Martens started his studies in Chemistry at Fontys Hogescholen as a Category & Product Engineer at Tameson. Max is responsible for both the back and front-end data and content of new products, so that you as a customer can find your favorite products on our website in a quick and clear way. In September he will start his masters in Molecular Systems & Materials Chemistry at Eindhoven University of Technology and will continue to work part-time at Tameson.
New in our range
J + J electric ball valves
J + J electric ball valves have various standard functions that offer protection against damage caused by overloading or condensation. These very high-quality actuators are available with various additional options, such as BSR (fail-safe using an internal battery) or DPS (modulating). The J3C BSR fail-safe actuator can be set as normally open or normally closed. The J3C DPS modulating actuator can be operated with a 4-20 mA (standard) or 0-10 V control signal (on request). See here which J + J versions are supplied by Tameson!
The Burkert 6011 valve is a normally closed (NC) direct-controlled 2/2-way miniature solenoid valve. It is the smallest type of the directly operated S.EV Bürkert series with a passage of 1 to 2.4 mm. They are designed for a low flow and are often used in machine building, instrument engineering and pneumatic equipment. This affordable Bürkert valve is now available at Tameson for as little as $45.23! View them all here!
How to prevent noises from solenoid valves?
Noisy solenoid valves are often just an annoyance, but they can also be an indication of a problem that needs to be addressed to prevent them from breaking. Some valves also make noise when they are operating normally, so it is important to be able to recognize whether the valve is operating normally or whether there is a problem with the solenoid valve, the electrical control, or with the pipes. The most common valve noises are listed in this article. Learn more here!
What is a coaxial solenoid valve?
A coaxial solenoid valve is a directly controlled solenoid valve with a relatively unobstructed flow path, designed for highly viscous media or high pressure applications. Due to the unique design of these valves, they are suitable for systems that require a high flow rate where pressure loss across the valve is kept to a minimum. Read the entire article here!