Cryogenic Solenoid Valves

Jan. 12, 2006
New all-stainless-steel cryogenic solenoid valves come in two configurations — SV91 Series, and SV95 and SV97 Series — in normally open and normally closed models.

New all-stainless-steel cryogenic solenoid valves come in two configurations — SV91 Series, and SV95 and SV97 Series — in normally open and normally closed models. Fluid temperature range is 450 to 400°F, depending on the valve. SV91 valves use a shear-seal design — a gate-type configuration for optimal flow rate with minimum turbulence. The unit's small size and low-power consumption make it suitable for high-volume cryogenic transfers, thermal chambers, and bleed valves. The SV95 and SV97 Series are poppet-style valves for high-cycle applications. Designed with constantload Teflon or PFA seal disks, the valves deliver bubbletight shutoff.

Valcor Engineering Corp., 95 Mt. Bethel Rd., Warren, NJ 07059, (908) 668-1106, valcor.com

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