Pilot Operated, Hot Gas Solenoid Valve Introduced By Valcor Engineering

—Literature Available A two-way pilot operated, solenoid shutoff valve designed primarily for high temperature engine bleed air and liquid applications is now available from Valcor Engineering Corporation, Springfield, N.J.

Series 450 solenoid valves are extensively used to handle hot gasses and liquids in a variety of marine, aircraft and aerospace applications.

They feature in-line flow, packless gate construction and a pilot solenoid that is positioned to allow good radiation to the ambient and isolation from the main valve body temperature.

Specifications include: temperature range of — 65°F to +750°F operating pressure range of 20-250 psig; proof pressure of 570 psig; burst pressure of 950 psig; 0.03 lbs/minute external leakage over operating pressure range; voltage, 18-30 VDC; Cv of 5.2 to 10 (depending on model); available in xh and 1-inch line sizes.

Options available include internal or external venting, latching coil and a variety of port fittings and electrical connections.

For literature or further information on the pilot operated, hot gas solenoid valve from Valcor, Circle 17 on Reader Service Card

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