Integrated coil for flexible production

Parker Fluid Control’s integrated coil for its Series 204 and 304 solenoid valves features a rotating conduit hub for easy installation. Both types offer a complete line of high-temperature watertight coil designs to meet demanding environmental conditions. The valve lines also include interchangeable ac and dc coils and a tab coil for flexibility in production.

10/01/2007


Process Control
Parker Fluid Control’s integrated coil for its Series 204 and 304 solenoid valves features a rotating conduit hub for easy installation. Both types offer a complete line of high-temperature watertight coil designs to meet demanding environmental conditions. The valve lines also include interchangeable ac and dc coils and a tab coil for flexibility in production. The Series 204 (two-way) and Series 304 (three-way) are available as normally closed and normally open valves. Flow rates are delivered through orifice sizes ranging from 1/32” to 5/32” and the valve line is manufactured with 1/8” port size connections. The integrated coil has been evaluated by Underwriters Laboratories and complies with the RoHS (Restrictions of Hazardous Substances) standard under the European Directive 2002/95/EC. www.parker.com/fcd Parker Fluid Control Division





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