2/2 Way solenoid valves

SVS Automation produces 2/2-way solenoid valves in the range of M5 to G2 connection size. With this product range, we cover the most common solenoid valve types on the market. Depending on the application, flow and pressure range, the customer can choose between direct-controlled, pilot-controlled and forced-control solenoid valves. Each solenoid valve type is available with both brass and stainless steel body material. As a special feature, our range of products includes, in addition to the normal closed type NC, the normal open variant NO. Many of our solenoid valves are also available with explosion-proof magnetic coils according to ATEX.

solenoid valves 2/2 way, normally closed:

The core with the density element is pressed onto the seat gasket by the spring. This is supported by the upcoming medium pressure.

solenoid valves 2/2 way, normally open:

A magnetic field is generated by the current-carrying coil, which lifts the core directly from the valve seat with the density element.

2/2 way solenoid valves

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SVS Automations 2 /2 way solenoid valves, direct controlled:

 

Typ12 Typ 15A Typ 20 Typ 21 Typ 27
2 /2 way solenoid valves Type, direct controlled: Typ 12A

brass, normally closed, direct controlled, DN 1,0 – 2,0 mm, M5

Typ 15

brass, normally closed or open, direct controlled, DN 1,2 – 4,0 mm, G1/8

Typ 20

brass, normally closed or open, direct controlled, DN 1,5 – 10,0 mm, G1/8 – G1/2

Typ 21

brass, normally closed or open, direct controlled, DN 1,5 – 4,0 mm, G1/8 – G1/4, pmax up to 100bar

Typ 27

brass, normally closed,  direct controlled, DN 16 – 25 mm, G3/8 – G1

PDF  Typ 12A  Typ 15  Typ 20  Typ 21 Typ 27
CAD Typ 12A  Typ 15 Typ 20  Typ 21  Typ 27
 Typ 31A Typ 32 Typ 34 Typ 35 Typ 37
2 /2 way solenoid valves Type, direct controlled: Typ 31A

stainless steel, normally closed,  1.4305 (AISI 303), direct controlled, DN 1,2 – 2,0 mm, M5

Typ 32

stainless steel, normally closed or open, 1.4305 (AISI 303), direct controlled, DN 1,5 – 3,0 mm, G1/8

Typ 34

stainless steel, normally closed or open,  1.4305 (AISI 303), direct controlled, DN 1,5 – 10,0 mm, G1/4 – G3/8

Typ 35

High pressure valve, stainless steel, normally closed or open,  1.4305 (AISI 303), direct controlled, DN 1,5 – 4,0 mm, G1/4, pmax up to 100bar

Typ 37

stainless steel, normally closed, 1.4301 (AISI 304), direct controlled, DN 16 – 25 mm, G1/2 – G1

PDF   Typ 31 A  Typ 32  Typ 34  Typ 35 Typ 37
CAD Typ 31 A Typ 32    Typ 34 Typ 35 Typ 37

2/2 way solenoid valves, pilot-controlled, normally closed:

 

Typ 50A Magnetventil Magnetventil Typ 51 Magnetventil Typ 60 Typ 62 Magnetventil  Magnetventil Typ 63

2/2 way solenoid valves types pilot-controlled

Typ 50A,
normally closed, Body brass, pilot-controlled,  DN 10 mm, G3/8 (- G1/2)
Typ 51,
normally closed or open, Body brass, pilot-controlled, DN 15 – 50 mm, G1/2 – G2
Typ 60,
normally closed, Body stainless steel 1.4301 (AISI 304), pilot-controlled, DN 10 mm, G3/8”
Typ 62,
normally closed or open, Body stainless steel (AISI 304), pilot-controlled, DN 13 – 50 mm, G1/2 – G2
Typ 63,
normally closed or open, Body stainless steel 1.4301 (AISI 304), Kolbenabschluss, pilot-controlled, DN 15 – 50 mm, G1/2 – G2, pmax up to 100bar
PDF    Typ 50A  Typ 51  Typ 60   Typ 62   Typ 63
CAD  Typ 50A  Typ 51 Typ 60  Typ 62  Typ 63

SVS Automations 2/2 way solenoid valves, forced-controlled, normally closed:

Typ 70 Typ 76

2/2 way solenoid valves types forced-controlled

Typ 70,

normally closed or open, brass, forced-controlled, DN 16 – 50 mm, G3/8 – G2

Typ 76,

normally closed or open, stainless steel 1.4301, forced-controlled, DN 16 – 50 mm, G1/2 – G2

PDF   Typ 70   Typ 76
CAD  Typ 70  Typ 76

2 /2 way solenoid valves, direct controlled, normally closed:

A special characteristic of the direct controlled 2/2 way solenoid valves is the direct connection of the sealing element with the anchor as a magnetic core. One of the advantages of the direct controlled solenoid valve over forced- and pilot-controlled models is that they can be switched from zero bar to the maximal differential pressure. The lack of a control hole also makes the solenoid valves fast-switching and completely dirt-resistant. The spring pushes the core or anchor with the sealing element onto the seat sealing, a process which is support by pressure from the medium. The energised coil creates a magnetic field, meaning that the core and sealing element are lifted directly from the valve seat. As an allrounder on the solenoid valve market we produce standard and special models from the smallest types with an M5 port right up to models with a G2 port and a nominal size of up to 50 millimetres. On request we can supply direct controlled 2/2 way solenoid valves with NBR, EPDM and FPM sealing.

2/2 way solenoid valves, pilot-controlled, normally closed:

With this type of solenoid valve a direct controlled servo valve (also known as a pilot valve) controls the main valve by emptying the area around the diaphragm or piston chamber when the valve is energised. Less of the medium can then flow through control hole than can flow out. When the pilot valve is not energised the pressure above the diaphragm or the piston once again builds up and the main valve closes. The system requires a minimum pressure and can be used for very high pressure levels.

2/2 way solenoid valves, forced-controlled, normally closed:

Forced-controlled systems combine directly- and pilot-controlled systems. They require almost no minimum pressure and can be used both for large nominal sizes as well as for high pressure levels. The main armature diaphragms or the piston is forced coupled with the directly-controlled solenoid valve. After the pressure is reduced the directly-controlled system raises the membrane or the piston directly.