DYM

Q
What're solenoid valves?
A
Solenoid valves are on-off valves that are actuated by energizing a small electromagnetic coil.

When activated, the coil allows a diaphragm to move, thus permitting fluid flow. 

They are often used for glycol control and small pneumatic control duties.

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