Ingersoll Rand’s automatic basic components used to control fluids belong to actuators, not limited to hydraulics and pneumatics. Used in industrial control systems to adjust the direction, flow, speed, and other parameters of the medium. The thermostat valve can cooperate with different circuits to achieve the desired control, and the accuracy and flexibility of the control can be guaranteed.
When the coil is energized or de-energized, the operation of the magnetic core will cause the fluid to pass through the valve body or be cut off to achieve the purpose of changing the direction of the fluid. The electromagnetic components of the Ingersoll Rand thermostat valve are composed of a fixed iron core, moving iron core, coil, and other parts; the valve body part is composed of the spool valve core, spool valve sleeve, spring base, and so on. The solenoid coil is directly installed on the valve body, and the valve body is enclosed in a sealed tube, forming a simple and compact combination. The solenoid valves commonly used in our products include two-position three-way, two-position four-way, two-position five-way, etc.
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