Manifold mount cartridge valves

Parker Fluid Control Division has developed a line of manifold mount cartridge valves, an alternative to solenoid operators and stud mount valves. Part of a family of direct-acting solenoid valves for air and liquid applications, the valves meet commercial, industrial, mobile, instrumentation, and medical market needs.

09/01/2008


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Parker Fluid Control Division has developed a line of manifold mount cartridge valves, an alternative to solenoid operators and stud mount valves. Part of a family of direct-acting solenoid valves for air and liquid applications, the valves meet commercial, industrial, mobile, instrumentation, and medical market needs. Economy models are available for less demanding applications. The manifold mount valve is offered in two- and three-way models with a stainless steel body. It has no manifold orifices to machine or press, and no loose parts to assemble—the sleeve, plunger, spring, and orifice are pressed together as one unit. Valves are tested for quality and durability. Available with all 204 and 304 coils, the valves are offered normally closed or open with a sleeve port size of 1/8 in. Orifice sizes range from 3/64 in. through 5/32 in. www.parker.com/fcd Parker Fluid Control





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