What is a solenoid bank?
Where to Buy. Incorporates a number of solenoid valves (two to six) that are used to control pneumatic valves. The solenoid bank is designed to be located in zone two of the engine. The solenoid valves are connected, via servo pipes, to individual pneumatic valves.
What is a MAC valve used for?
MAC Pulse Valves are ideal to replace existing diaphragm technology in applications such as reverse jet bag houses and dust collectors, pneumatic conveying and bulk material handling.
How does a 3-way Mac valve work?
A 3-way directional control solenoid valve has 3 pipe connections: the cavity port, the body orifice port and the stop port. It has 2 orifices: the body orifice and the stop orifice, one of which is always open. This allows for 2 paths of flow. Energizing the valve raises or lowers the plunger.
How does a 3 port MAC valve work?
A 3 Port EBCS does this by interrupting the boost signal between a boost source and the wastegate. It then redirects this pressure back to the intake. Typical OEM boost controllers are of the 2 Port variety and operate by bleeding off this pressure signal between the boost source and wastegate.
How does a 5 port valve work?
5/2 way is a five port, two position valve that will put a fluid or air into one end of a double acting device as well as allowing the other end vent to exhaust. Zero Differential are solenoid valves that can operate under zero head pressure (do not need a differential pressure drop across the valve to work).
Where are 3 way valves used?
The ability to mix fluids from more than one inlet makes 3 way valves ideal for heating and cooling various media such as water, oils, and chemicals. These valves are also commonly used as bypass valves in primary and secondary loop applications.
What is a 3 port MAC valve?
MAC Valves Solenoid Operated 3 Way Valves with 3 ports; inlet, outlet (cylinder) and exhaust. They are generally used to operate spring return cylinders or as pilots for larger diaphragm or piston operated valves.
How does a 5 way 2 position valve work?