Fluid control valves are used in applications requiring the control of fluids, air, gases, steam, etc. Valves can open, shut off or direct the flow of media in an application.
This example of an ultra small solenoid air valve is suitable for a variety of low pressure applications.
This is an example of a high-speed solenoid mated to a multiple port spool configuration for the control of output fluids to very fine parameters.
This on-off solenoid valve example is used for applications needing to quickly reduce pressure within an enclosed cavity or transmit fluid to another passage.
A two-position, three-way pilot vavle with exceptional performance including ultra-fast response, high operating temperatures and compact design.
This example of a continuously variable pressure reducing relieving valve can be designed to operate over various pressure ranges to optimize controllability.
This example of a pulse width modulated, proportional flow control solenoid valve is used in a vehicle's emission control system.
This proportional solenoid valve is a direct-acting, normally open, continuously variable pressure relief valve.
Normally closed, three-port solenoid vent valves designed with a zero leakage rate and a minimum life of 120,000 cycles.
This direct-acting, normally open, proportional pressure relief valve can be designed to operate over various pressure ranges.
This direct-acting, two-way bi-directional hydraulic control valve with latching technology allows a short pulse of electricity to shift the valve into position.
This fluid valve originally designed to control coolant can be used with a variety of mediums including: coolant, water and chemicals.
This pneumatic control valve was designed to meter inlet and outlet pressure to proportionally control an actuator.
This solenoid valve was originally designed for use with a smart water meter.