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    1-1/2" Pulse Solenoid Valve for Dust Collector

    Pneumatic pulse solenoid valve for sale online, with G1-1/2 inch thread port, economical price, avaliable in voltage of AC110V, AC220V, DC24V, coil power 20VA. This right angle pulse valve is specifically designed for use in pulse jet dust collector and other dust filtration systems.
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    ATO pulse solenoid valve is a type of valve used in various industrial applications, particularly in systems that involve the control of gases, such as air or other gases. Pulse valves are commonly used in dust collection systems, baghouse filters, and similar applications to help clean and maintain the efficiency of these systems.


    • Model: ATO-SMFZ-35P
    • Port Size: G1-1/2 inch
    • Connection Type: Threaded Type
    • Channel Position: Right Angle
    • Flow Direction: Unidirectional
    • Applicable Media: Air
    • Voltage (Optional): AC110V, AC220V, DC24V
    • Coil Power: 20VA
    • Temperature: -5~60℃
    • Working Pressure: 0.3~0.8MPa
    • Max. Pressure: 1.0MPa
    • Relative Humidity: ≤80%RH
    • Diaphragm Life: More Than 1 Million Times
    • Material: Aluminum Alloy (Body), NBR (Seal)

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    Dust collector pulse solenoid valve dimension

    Model Port Size A B C
    ATO-SMFZ-35P G1-1/2 inch 121 110 143


    Pulse Solenoid Valve Details

    Tips: What causes Pulse solenoid valve failure?

    Pulse solenoid valve failures can occur due to various factors. Common causes include:

    • Contaminants: Dust, debris, or foreign particles can accumulate in the valve, blocking the flow path or damaging internal components.
    • Corrosion: Exposure to corrosive fluids or environments can lead to deterioration of the valve's materials, affecting its performance.
    • Overheating: Excessive temperature can cause the solenoid coil to burn out or damage the valve's seals.
    • Voltage fluctuations: Inconsistent voltage can lead to erratic valve behavior, coil burnout, or insufficient force to actuate the valve.
    • Mechanical wear: Frequent cycling or poor maintenance can result in wear and tear, affecting the valve's sealing surfaces and moving parts.
    • Seal degradation: The rubber or elastomeric seals can deteriorate over time, causing leaks and reduced sealing effectiveness.
    • Coil issues: Problems with the solenoid coil, such as short circuits or open circuits, can prevent proper actuation.

    Preventive maintenance, proper filtration, and environmental considerations are essential to minimize pulse solenoid valve failures and ensure reliable operation in various applications.

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