Designed to control the flow of water, oil, air, gas, solvents, brine, vacuum and any other fluids not reactive with construction materials and free of sediment, the solenoid valve opens when energized and closes when de-energized. When the coil is energized, the pilot valve opens, relieving the pressure above the piston, which is then lifted from its seat by the plunger. Upon de-energizing the coil, a spring closes the pilot valve and opens a bleed passageway to permit pressure to build above the piston and seat it.
Magnatrol Valve Corp. | 973-427-4341 | magnatrol.com
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