U. S. Solid normally closed (N/C) electric solenoid valve is constructed with a durable brass body, two-way inlet and outlet ports with heat and oil resistant Viton gaskets, and three-quarter inch (3/4″) female threaded connections.
Suitable for use with hot or cold water, gases, air, very low viscosity fluids (< 20 cst), oils and hydrocarbons, e.g., gasoline, kerosene, or diesel fuel. May be used outdoors. Not for use underwater. Customers chose this general purpose valve for: do-it-yourself projects, moderate temperature applications, harsh chemicals, flow control for irrigation systems, reverse osmosis systems or to control flow of propane gas. This solenoid valve serves as an excellent propane regulator.
Pipe Size: 3/4″
Flow Aperture: 20 mm
Body Material: Brass
Gasket / Diaphragm / Seal: Viton
Thread: NPT or G (optional)
Operation Type: Semi-Direct Lift Valve
Operation Mode: Normally Closed
Electric Current: Alternating
Voltage: 110 volts, + or – 10%
Current: 0.191 A
Power rating: 21 VA
Specifications for Pressure, Flow, Temperature
Operational pressure range; Air, Water, Gases: 0 to 101 PSI
Operation pressure range; oil: 0 to 72 PSI
Flow capacity: 7.6 gallons per minute (GPM) of water at 60 oF with a pressure drop of 1 PSI
Flow value: 7.6 Cv
Temperature, Minimum:14 degrees Fahrenheit (-10 degrees Celsius)
Temperature, Maximum: 248 degrees Fahrenheit (120 degrees Celsius)
Air,water, oil, gas, Diesel fuel, kerosene etc. Can not be used in strong acid, strong base, waste water, industrial gas and other media containing many impurities.
1. OVERHEATING WARNING: Not designed for continuous operation(not a 100% duty cycle). While energized, under normal operating conditions, solenoid valve will get HOT.
The coil will reach a maximum temperature of about 80 degrees celsius. It is fully complied with national standard: JB/T7352-2010. If energized continuously for more than 8h the coil may burn.
2. This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.