The modern analysis is characterised by increasing automation in the handling of liquid or gaseous substances. This makes the fluid isolated solenoid valve from KENDRION become a key component for a variety of applications. A typical application is for example the examination of blood samples in the laboratory or the production and preparation of pure and ultrapure water. Here, particularly high demands are placed on the valve technology. The influence of the valve temperature on the liquid as well as a possible contamination by non-rinsed dead spaces is avoided.
The fluid isolated solenoid valve from KENDRION guarantees a strict separation of the medium from the valve drive using a diaphragm. This results in only a minimal effect on the fluid temperature through the valve. There are also features such as a flow-optimised internal geometry and low dead space which allow a complete flushing of the valve interior and thus ensure a reliable disinfection during regular cleaning cycles. This increased significantly the life of the valve in demanding analysis applications and are thus the best conditions for longer service intervals, resulting in low maintenance and operating costs from the customer's perspective.
With its large nominal diameter of 3.5 mm and the high flow rate of up to 350 l / min at the same time with the extremely compact dimensions of this valve it is an attractive solution for many gas analysers, which depend on the analysis of large air or oxygen volumes. The low power consumption and compact form factor also make it interesting as directly controlled valve for in-situ applications with mobile laboratory and analysis equipment.
Furthermore, the custom adaptability of the direct acting and fluid isolated solenoid valve from KENDRION creates new solutions in various fields of food technology, biotechnology, water treatment and also in the chemical and pharmaceutical field.
- Compact design
- Large nominal diameter of 3.5 mm
- Low-noise version on request
- Use of different media possible
- Higher flows at low power consumption