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TYPES AND USES

Our solenoid valves are of the piston type and allow full passage with respect to nominal diameter. Standard series are apt to intercept water, air, gas, fuel oils, oils, foodstuff and any neutral or corrosive fluids compatible with bronze or AlSl 316 stainless steel, having max. viscosity 5 E, with working pressures from 0 to 30 bar max.

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE VALVE

Valve body is made of cast antiacid bronze, or of AISI 316 s.s. for use with foodstuff or corrosive fluids. Standard connections: gas pitch threaded female sleeves having diameters 1/2” to 2,1/2" or flanges meeting the UNI standards (15 to 80 mm nominal dia.).
Flanges meeting ASA or NPT standards or reduced flanges according to UNI standards can be supplied on request.
Valves are provided with continuous duty coils having standard supply voltages 12 - 24 - 110 - 220 V.a.c. or d.c.
Coils with other voltages can be supplied on request.
When intercepted fluid is saturated steam or other fluids with temperatures above 120° C (250 F) the valve body is provided with or extension to scatter the heart before coil coupling, in order to ensure better coil cooling (see types: EMBV - EMIV - EFBV - EFIV - EMABV - EMAIV - EFABV - EFAIV).

GASKETS ARE MADE OF:

Silicon Rubber - For neutral fluids with temperatures – 20° C to + 130° C
Teflon (PTFE) - For steam, diathermic oil, foods, corrosive and cryogenic fluids
Viton - For corrosive or foodstuff at low pressures

WHEN PLACING YOUR ORDER THE FOLLOWING DATA SHOULD BE STATED

- nominal diameter
- type of coupling: sleeve or flanged connections specifying screw thread or drilling
- special executions
- supply voltage: d.c. or a.c. and mains frequency
- type of fluid
- fluid temperature
- pressure

IDENTIFICATION OF VALVE TYPE THROUGH SPELLING OF LETTERS

First letter: E = solenoid valve
Second letter: M = sleeve coupling
F = flange coupling
Third letter: A = high pressure
Fourth letter: B = bronze
I = stainless steel
Fifth letter: N = fuel oil
V = steam
Gaskets initials
(after first slant):
T = PTFE
S = silicone rubber
V = viton

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