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3 and 4 way Solenoid Valves

Parker 3-way solenoid valves

For optimal performance in liquid and gas distribution applications, Fluid Controls offers Parker Lucifer’s complete range of 3-way solenoid valves. Available in either brass or stainless-steel variants, Parker 3-way solenoid valves boast long life expectancy, fast response times and low lubrication requirements.

Parker 3-way solenoid valves

Parker Lucifer’s 3-way solenoid valves are split into four product categories:

● General application 3/2 solenoid valves for dry or lubricated air, neutral gases and liquids
● 3/2 direct operated miniature solenoid valves
● 3/2 solenoid valves for hydraulic oils and neutral liquids
● High corrosion resistant 3/2 solenoid valves

Each 3-way solenoid valve type has been manufactured with a particular type of process or application requirement in mind. For optimal performance, you must select the right Parker 3-way solenoid valve type.

General purpose 3/2 solenoid valves from Parker Lucifer

These Parker 3-way solenoid valves are ideal as flow control solutions for general applications that deal with either dry or lubricated air, as well as neutral gases and liquids. When normally closed, these Parker 3-way solenoid valves provide direct operated actuation.

3/2 direct operated miniature solenoid valves from Parker Lucifer

This Parker 3-way solenoid valve type is small in size and features a low power consumption valve line. These valves are also equipped with integrated moulded coils with either tab or lead termination.

3/2 hydraulic solenoid valves from Parker Lucifer

These Parker 3-way solenoid valves are suitable for use with hydraulic applications dealing with oils, as well as neutral liquids. When normally closed, Parker 3/2 solenoid valves for hydraulic oils and neutral liquids have a max pressure rating of 75 bar.

Stainless steel 3/w solenoid valves from Parker Lucifer

Manufactured from 304 stainless steel, this Parker 3-way solenoid valve type boasts high corrosion resistance. As such, they are ideally suited for process applications within extreme working environments.

Buy Parker 3-way solenoid valves from Fluid Controls

To discuss your 3-way solenoid valve requirements, speak with one of our agents here at 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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