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A new solenoid valve variant for high-pressure applications

By Gerald Ondrey |

Bürkert Fluid Control Systems

Bürkert Fluid Control Systems

This company’s Type 6027 solenoid valve is now available in a new, high-pressure version for pressures up to 250 bars. The new variant of the type 6027 seals the valve seat with a ceramic ball seal. This seal is self-centering and provides reliable and longterm protection against leaks. The ball material (aluminum oxide; Al2O3) is highly resilient against both abrasion and wear, and also features excellent resistance to chemicals. In addition to the ceramic ball seal, the material used for the seat of the solenoid valve is polyether ether ketone (PEEK), which is extremely temperature-resistant. — Bürkert Fluid Control Systems, Ingelfingen, Germany

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