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Water solenoid valves for food and beverage applications

AutomationDirect’s family of potable water solenoid valves are designed for food and beverage applications and are suitable for use with a variety of liquids, oils and gases.

AutomationDirect
05/14/2017
AutomationDirect’s family of potable water solenoid valves are designed for food and beverage applications and are suitable for use with a variety of liquids, oils and gases. Courtesy: AutomationDirect

AutomationDirect’s family of potable water solenoid valves are designed for food and beverage applications and are suitable for use with a variety of liquids, oils and gases. Courtesy: AutomationDirect

AutomationDirect’s family of potable water solenoid valves are designed for food and beverage applications and are suitable for use with a variety of liquids, oils and gases. Courtesy: AutomationDirectAutomationDirect’s family of potable water solenoid valves are designed for food and beverage applications. Stainless steel or thermoplastic bodies and synthetic seating and sealing materials makes NS series valves suitable for use with a variety of liquids, oils and gases. Valve operation is normally closed and open when electrically energized. The valves can be mounted in any position and a spring loaded plunger assures positive shutoff. Three types of 2-port (2-way), 2-position NS series valves are available.

NS201 and NS211 series are piloted diaphragm valves; NS201 series valves can also operate under zero pressure differential. NS201 and NS211 series valves have 316L stainless steel or Noryl bodies and are ported for 3/8, 1/2 or 3/4-in. NPT. These valves are available with 120 Vac, 24 Vac or 24 Vdc solenoids. NS301 series valves are direct acting with an armature that acts directly on the valve orifice to control fluid flow and does not require a minimum pressure to operate. These valves have 303 stainless steel bodies and 1/4 inch NPT ports. They are available with three orifice sizes and solenoid voltages of 120VAC, 24VAC or 24VDC.

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