Many valves are operated manually or with pneumatic systems. These types of valves are well suited to many different applications, particularly those where immediate, precise, and accurate functioning of the valve is not a critical aspect of the system or process.
In applications where the valve has to operate within very specific standards, or where the location of the valve makes manual or pneumatic operation a challenge, a solenoid valve is an ideal option. A solenoid valve, by definition, is designed to operate through the use of electrical current that passes through the solenoid. Changes in the current cause the electromechanical operation of the valve that is extremely fast, responsive, and accurate even with continuous on and off or flow diversion is required.
A PTFE solenoid valve offers additional performance valve. The wetted surface of the valve is coated with or made from PTFE or (polytetrafluoroethylene). This is the same material that is used in Teflon coating, and it offers extremely high corrosion resistance, low friction on the media moving through the valve, and a long duty cycle for system-critical types of applications.
Choosing a Valve
Depending on the manufacturer, the PTFE solenoid valve can be a standard size, or it may be subminiature or miniature to work with any type of application or equipment.
These valves can be made to the specifications of the OEM. With these types of customized PTFE solenoid valve options, the solenoid and valve fully configured to meet the standards and design needs of the application. This is an ideal option to avoid having to redesign parts of the system to conform to standard valves.
When choosing any type of solenoid valve, choosing a top manufacturer of high purity valves is a critical consideration. These companies offer the quality control, attention to engineering detail, and the understanding of industry standards to manufacture the right custom valve for the job.
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