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Solenoid Valves

Parker 2-way solenoid valves

For high-pressure process applications requiring flow control, Parker 2-way solenoid valves provide reliable actuation via a pilot or remote signal. Part of our solenoid valves range, these 2-way, normally closed solenoid valves come from Parker’s instrumentation division, Parker Lucifer.

Designed for dealing with liquids and gases, directly operated Parker 2-way solenoid valves can provide your application with high-performance flow control.

Parker Lucifer 2-way solenoid valves

Here at Fluid Controls, we can supply the following Parker 2-way solenoid valve types:

  • Parker Lucifer 2-way direct acting solenoid valves
  • Parker Lucifer 2-way direct lift, pilot & remote operated solenoid valves
  • Parker Lucifer 2-way high-pressure series solenoid valves
  • Parker Lucifer 2-way high-pressure pilot & remote operated solenoid valves

All Parker 2-way solenoid valves stocked by Fluid Controls are available with BSP ports, contain pressure ratings of up to 100 bar and are available in a range of sizes, from G1/8 to G3.

Features and benefits of 2-way solenoid valves from Parker

  • Up to 206 bar (3,000 psi) working pressure
  • Applicable for stringent manufacturing processes
  • Provides high-quality, trouble-free operation
  • Bodies manufactured from either brass or stainless steel
  • Can be operated as open or closed
  • 24 VDC model available with a wide variety of enclosures, coil types and sealing materials

Applications for 2-way solenoid valves from Parker

Ideally equipped for dry or lubricated air, as well as neutral gases and liquids, Parker 2-way solenoid valves can be applied to the following the process application types:

  • Water
  • Gas
  • Oil
  • Air
  • Steam

Buy 2-way solenoid valves from Fluid Controls

Two-way solenoid valves from Parker Lucifer make up part of Fluid Controls’ extensive range of instrumentation and pressure control products. We can provide high-quality and high-performance flow control equipment to suit your budget and processes.

To discuss your 2-way solenoid valve requirements, speak with Fluid Controls today on +44(0) 118 970 2060, email fluid@fluidcontrols.co.uk or complete our contact form online and a member of our sales team will get back to you as soon as possible.

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