|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 pc|
|Packaging Details:||Individual Boxes, Carton, Pallet|
|Delivery Time:||5-8 working days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||100000 pcs per month|
|Product Name:||Solenoid Valve Stem||Function:||2/2 NC, 2/2 NO, 3/2 NC, 3/2 NO|
|Tube OD:||From 5mm To 30mm||Kind Of Current:||AC, DC|
|Armature Tube Material:||Brass, Stainless Steel||Seal Insert Material:||NBR, FKM, PTFE, EPDM, Silicon|
|Connection Type:||Thread, Flange, Mounting Plate||Application:||Pneumatic Valve, Hydraulic Valve, Refrigeration Valve, Pulse Valve|
Solenoid Valve Stem,
Solenoid Valve Stem Plunger,
Solenoid Valve Armature Stem
Solenoid Valve Stem
The armature assembly or anchor system is the valve piece of modular solenoid valve system.
An internal stainless steel poppet moves up and down to seal on the top and bottom valve seats. Brando provides armatures in multiple sizes depending on the application’s flow requirement. The OD tube sizes range from 5mm to 30mm and flow ranges from 12 l/min to 165 l/min. The valve seat orifice sizes ranges from 0.6mm to 6.0mm and higher for special applications. Choose the correct material for the application as nass magnet offers tubes in brass and stainless steel.
Four common pneumatic functions are available which include:
2/2 normally closed(NC),
3/2 normally closed(NC),
2/2 normally open(NO) and
3/2 normally open(NO).
The seals in the poppet are FKM (standard), but NBR, HNBR, MVQ, EPDM are available for different media and temperatures. Most of our armatures are designed to accept AC and DC voltages. Some armatures are DC only for low watt applications.
Brando offers flexibility as the connection to the seat cavity can be with a thread/o-ring seal style or o-ring flange style that requires a mounting plate.
Solenoid Valve Stem Categories:
How to choose a right solenoid armature?
During the choose of the Solenoid Armature, you should pay attention to below factors:
1. Working voltage: AC or DC
2. Switching function: 2/2 or 3/2 way
3. De-energized state: Normal close, normal open or Divert
4. Stroke of the matched valve body
5. Valve’s orifice
6. Working environment: working medium, temperature, pressure of pipeline etc
Contact Person: Brandon