Solenoid Valve

A solenoid valve is an electromechanical device used in valve monitoring and control systems to regulate the flow of fluids or gases. When an electrical current is applied to the solenoid, it generates a magnetic field that moves the plunger, either opening or closing the valve to control the flow. Solenoid valves are commonly used for on/off control in various industrial applications, including oil and gas, water treatment, and HVAC systems.

Westlock’s Quantum Series are built with an integrated solenoid valve, pre-wired to simplify a valve package.

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