Gas solenoid valves
Solenoid valves are installed in hydraulic systems and have the function of closing or opening a passage of a fluid through an electrical contact. Unlike normal taps, the solenoid valve does not open manually but works thanks to the impulse that is sent by a solenoid that moves the internal mechanism of the solenoid valve thus triggering the opening or closing of the valve itself.
The solenoid valves allow the passage of a fluid (liquid or gaseous) through the opening identified by the valve itself.
A solenoid valve consists of a solenoid (electromagnet) and the valve body.For the gas industry, these products are specifically made for methane gas and many others to be installed even in contexts at risk of explosion. (Atex)