Plastic Solenoid Valve Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Erie, PA

    Solenoid Solutions manufactures custom direct-acting 2 and 3-way solenoid valves and multi-valve manifolds for OEMs in the medical, appliance, transportation, power generation and industrial equipment markets. We specialize in mini low wattage, 2 and 3-way solenoid valves for air, gas or liquid in light to heavy-duty service applications.

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  • Hawthorne, NJ

    Our solenoid valves are all tested in house following very strict quality guidelines. We opened our doors in 1936 and ever since then we have been committed to bringing top of the line products and customer service that cannot be beat! We offer many solenoid valves that you are able to choose from or our designers will be able to make a part custom designed to your needs. For more information visit our website or send an email today!

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  • Ronkonkoma, NY

    At Electric Solenoid Valves, we specialize in providing comprehensive solutions for solenoid valves, tailored to meet the diverse needs of our valued clientele. With expertise in fluid control systems, we have established ourselves as a trusted leader, known for our unwavering commitment to quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction. Our product offerings encompass a wide range of solenoid valves, including 2-way, 3-way, and 4-way valves, as well as proportional and servo-assisted valves.

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  • Milwaukee, WI

    Deltrol Controls manufactures and designs a full line of stock and custom solenoids, electrical relays, dispensing valves, and custom switch assemblies. Customer satisfaction is our number one priority so we employ talented workers and stay up-to-date with the latest technology. Whatever your specific need is, Deltrol Controls has the solution. To receive a quote or more information please contact us now!

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  • Paramus, NJ

    Versa® Products offers a wide range of pneumatic control valves, air valves and solenoid design. We have maintained our commitment to quality products and services since our company was established in 1949. We are a solenoid valve manufacturer, offering solenoids in brass and stainless steel.

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Plastic Solenoid Valves Industry Information

Plastic Solenoid Valves

First developed around 1910, solenoid valves are electromechanical devices designed to control gas or liquid flow and thereby adjust, switch, actuate, or otherwise manage movement within other devices. Plastic solenoid valves are a type of solenoid valve that is enclosed in a plastic material casing.

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Benefits of Plastic Solenoid Valves

In addition to being corrosion and moisture resistant and offering a longer service life, plastic solenoid valves are valued for their light weight, ability to be operated remotely, and low production costs. Because they are virtually the same as other solenoid valves, aside from their plastic casing, they are also available in potentially endless sizes and configurations, appropriate for nearly any application. For a comprehensive look at your options and to learn how to best care for your plastic solenoid valves, contact a valve manufacturer today.

How Plastic Solenoid Valves Work

For plastic solenoid valves to work, fluid flows through the inlet port of the solenoid valve and then continues on through the orifice and out the outlet port. However, this flow is only allowed when the orifice is open. Whether an orifice is opened or closed depends on the plunger, which seals it when pressed by the spring and opens when released by the spring. This spring is controlled by the displacement caused by a magnetic field, caused by the flow of an electric current running through the coil. Plastic solenoid valves that are open unless acted upon are called normally open (NO); at a state of rest, they allow fluids to flow through. Valves that are closed unless acted upon are called normally closed (NC), while at rest, they do not allow fluid to flow through.

Plastic Solenoid Valve Design

Most plastic solenoid valves consist of the following: a plastic casing/body, an inlet port, an outlet port, a coil/solenoid, coil windings, a plunger, a spring, and an orifice. Note that while the most common valve design calls for just two ports, other, more advanced designs may call for several ports. Plungers, or seals, are typically made from nitrile rubber, Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) rubber, Viton, or polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), more commonly known as Teflon. Each rubber offers different types of resistance and works better with some substances than others. Nitrile rubber, for example, is most commonly used to seal air, water, fuels, oils, and gasses. Viton plungers, on the other hand, perform best with media including acid, alkali, hot water, hydrocarbon, and salt solutions.

Applications for Plastic Solenoid Valves

They are ideal for applications in which the valve encounters or is surrounded by moisture because, unlike metal or metal alloy valves, they will not degrade or malfunction because of it. Likewise, they are perfect for use in any environment in which the threats of corrosion or electric shock are present, as they are not susceptible to these dangers. Examples of machines in which they may be found include dishwashers, washing machines, sprinkler systems, vacuum cleaners, and a variety of water systems.

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