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How to choose the solenoid valve

- Jan 22, 2019 -

The selection of the solenoid valve is one of the most important factors in the correct use of the solenoid valve. In many cases, the user has various problems in the process of using the solenoid valve. Finally, it is found that the original model is not good, and the medium and the order are ordered. The requirements and parameters of the pipeline equipment are not clearly identified. After countless experience accumulations of our engineers, we have summarized some methods for selecting solenoid valves, hoping to bring some help to everyone.

First, ensure reliability and repeatability

       When the instrument design engineer chooses the solenoid valve, it is often hoped that the component can be operated repetitively and reliably, especially to ensure long-term stability and repeatability. It is best to hope that there will be no running fluctuations and exceptions for a long time. This is often Become the first parameter to screen precision components.

Second, to ensure a longer service life

       The continuous service life is the first parameter that the valve should consider in most applications, especially in some applications where a longer continuous service life is required. For example, in medical equipment and high-speed instruments, the equipment requires continuous operation, requiring that the number of failures of the device be minimal or even zero, even after a long period of use. Frequent maintenance and replacement of valves is best avoided. The continuous high service life also means that the components have better reliability in complex and varied applications.

Third, to ensure a smaller design

       Almost every improved instrument needs to be lighter and smaller than the original instrument, so each instrument design engineer needs to consider the size of each component at design time. In some precision or online monitoring equipment, it is particularly necessary to reduce the volume of components, and the reduction of the valve volume can better accommodate non-valve components such as circuit boards and container bottles. The compact body mechanism also reduces the inconvenience of transportation. As long as the component size becomes smaller, the design engineer can reserve more space for the rest of the structural design, allowing the device to reserve more functional expansion space.

    Fourth, ensure that the application's traffic is met

       As long as the instrument's compactness continues, every design engineer will need the same performance but smaller components. Increasing the flow rate is a critical parameter for solenoid valves.