Piston Valves

Piston valves are electromagnetic pulse valves too. Pistons are used as substitutes for rubber diaphragms in some special conditions.

Piston pulse valves with a compact structure are suitable for some special conditions such as high temperatures, strong acids and alkaline, rubber inexistence, etc.

Type Definition

Technical Specification

Operating Pressure 0.2-0.4MPa
Degree of Protection IP65
Ambient Temperature -10℃-50℃
Air Source Medium Those non-corrosive clean gases with adjustable pressure & temperature lower than 55℃, filtered air with particles smaller than 5um and after removal of oil and moisture.
Voltage InrushVA HoldingVA Power consumption
DC24V / / 21W
AC220V 28.6 13.2 6.6W
AC110V 28.6 13.2 6.6W

Operational Requirements

Only when used under permissible conditions can the diaphragm valves be safe and reliable and their performance guaranteed, otherwise users will be responsible for any damage and injuries caused as a result of not adhering to the service conditions.
Before installing the electromagnetic pulse valves, clean the piping systems(including the air tanks) and ensure no foreign matters such as rust and welding slag.
After continuous running, the surface temperature of the solenoids may reach up to 120℃.
Prevent the air source from freezing, otherwise the electromagnetic pulse valves will fail to run.
Make sure the power supply is disconnected when installing an electromagnetic pulse valve.
An AC solenoids used when there is no guide tube component or armature will be burnt.

Electrical Connection

Solenoids connection should comply with electrical rules. Make sure the cable inlet is properly sealed and the “+” and “-” signs of the terminals are correctly marked; the part with a “〨” sign is the grounding pin. If there is no sign, the supply line maybe connected with any terminal.


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