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High Pressure Solenoid Valve Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of high pressure solenoid valve manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top high pressure solenoid valve manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any high pressure solenoid valve company can design, engineer, and manufacture high pressure solenoid valve to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach high pressure solenoid valve companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of pressure control valves, air pressure solenoid valves, and fluid pressure valves.

  • Hawthorne, NJ 973-427-4341

    We do high pressure solenoid valves, and we do them well. Our high pressure valves come standard in sizes between 1/4” and 2” pipe sizes and are able to withstand pressures up to 10,000 PSIG. We are confident in our ability to bring consistently excellent quality products to our clients. We are also able to manufacture a product that is as unique as you want it! You will not be disappointed when you do business with us! Get in touch with us by phone or email today to learn more!

  • Erie, PA 888-825-8405

    We have over a million combinations of 2 and 3 way direct acting solenoid valves. Our high pressure solenoid valves are designed and built with superior quality in mind. We will partner with you to provide inventory solutions and terms and conditions that meet your needs. For more information, visit our website or call one of our sales team members today!

  • Irvine, CA 800-325-1405

    The solenoid valves that we are able to provide will withstand the tests of time in order to provide a long lasting value! We have locations in thirty five countries worldwide and we are dedicated to being wherever you need us to be! We have the knowledge and the capability to work with you closely in order to come up with the perfect product to suit your needs! Call or visit our website today!

  • Indianapolis, IN 800-634-6853

    Our high quality solenoid valves are backed by 60 years of experience, and we provide rugged brass, bronze, and stainless steel valves for a multitude of applications. Stock orders can ship same day for your convenience. We can also custom build a solenoid valve to your exact specifications. For any commercial or industrial solenoid valve, turn to the experts at Gould!

  • Roselle, NJ 800-899-0553

    Assured Automation is a leading supplier of solenoid valves and other flow components for industrial process control applications. Our line of solenoid valves include our NAMUR solenoid valves, and our J Series 2-way solenoid valves. It is our promise to make the selection, estimating and delivery of high quality valves and flow components as quick and easy as possible.

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Customizing with Confidence

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New: High Flow, High Pressure Direct Operating Solenoid Valve Series

Gems Sensors & Controls has announced their new F series of solenoid valves! Read this to learn about the new series of direct operating solenoid valves. Read More

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High Pressure Solenoid Valves

High pressure solenoid valves are solenoid valves that control the flow of fluids or gases in high pressure applications. Typically used to reduce fluid pressure, pressure reducing solenoid valves provide steady pressure into systems that operate at lower pressures than the fluid supply system. Powered by natural pressure and electromagnetic force, high pressure solenoid valves are also easily operated by remote devices that activate the solenoid coil, making high pressure solenoid valves extremely useful for operating potentially dangerous machinery or inaccessible lines.

Numerous applications for high pressure solenoid valves include controlling fluid flow in and out of automatic transmissions, regulating pressure in piping systems, boosting water supply pressures in supply mains in order to supply water for fire fighting, allowing high rise buildings to overcome pressure loss as the elevation increases and maintaining water supplies in supply tanks and water towers. Water pressure reducing solenoid valves in particular contribute to environmentally friendly companies by reducing water pressures since high water pressures waste water. Installed in systems immediately following the water meter for commercial buildings, residential homes, manufacturing plants, warehouses and more, typical industries that benefit from the use of high pressure solenoid valves include petroleum, chemical processing, food and beverage, pharmaceutical and metallurgical.

High pressure solenoid valves function to reduce fluid or gas pressure through a variable flow area inside the valve that allows for a permanent pressure drop across valve. The high pressure solenoid valve typically consists of a spring-loaded, heat-resistant diaphragm that is connected to a device that regulates the valve’s flow opening. The incoming fluid pressure reacts against the diaphragm’s force in order to achieve force equilibrium. The high pressure solenoid valves may be either a normally closed (NC) valve or a normally open (NO) valve. In a NC valve, a plunging pin or rod within the valve is held blocking the passage of air or fluid by a solenoid coil; the air or fluid pressure coming into the valve helps keep the valve shut as long as the pin blocks the passage. In order for gas or fluid to flow through the valve, an electromagnetic charge activates the solenoid coil, which lifts the plunger out of the passage and allows flow through the entire valve. NO valves are the opposite; they remain open until the solenoid is activated and pushes down the plunger, blocking flow and creating pressure to keep the valve closed. In addition, pressure control solenoid manufacturers make two main types: direct-acting and pilot-operated. The more popular of the two, direct-acting pressure control solenoids have a plunger that is in direct contact with the in-flow opening in the valve body, or orifice. This plunger is used to open and close the orifice, which permits or hinders flow. The pilot-operated high pressure solenoid valve works with a diaphragm rather than a plunger, using a differential pressure switch to control the flow of gases or fluids.

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