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Discount Price Long last durability Solenoid Valve PU-25K for moldova Manufacturer Detail:

General service PU series normaly closed Solenoid Valve

Fob price :us1.5-4/piece
Min.order quantity:10 piece/pieces
Supply Ability: 30000 pieces per month
Port: Ningbo/Shanghai
Payment Terms: L/C,T/T

Quick Details

Standard or Nonstandard: Standard
Structure: Pilot
Pressure: Medium Pressure
Power: Solenoid
Material: Brass
Temperature of Media: Medium Temperature
Media: Water
Port Size: 3/8″,1/2″,3/4″,1″,4/3″,3/2″,2″
Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland)
Model Number: PU-15/SPU-15
Brand Name: Feilite
Metarial:: Brass or stainless steel
pressure:: 0-10bar
Media:: water, hot water,air,oil Orifice:: 2.5mm~50mm
Temperature:: -10℃~80(150)℃
life time:: 1 million times
guarantee:: one year

 

Packaging & Delivery

 

Packaging Details: Inner package: bubble bag Outer package: carton
Delivery Detail: 7 to 10days after confirming the contact

 

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details: Carton or as per your request

Delivery Detail: Goods in stock

 

Electrical: Construction:

Orifice

Power

Class of Insulation Model of coil

Valve parts in contact with fluids 

AC

DC

Body Brass SUS304

VA

W

W

Seals NBR,EPDM/FKM
DN2.5

11

5

8.5

F

W11011 Core Tube

SUS304

DN4-5

19

11

18

H

D16011 Core Pluger

1J117

DN35-50

39

24

30

D16021 Core Spring

SUS304

DN35-50(DC)

28

19

35

D20011 Shading Coil

Copper

 

Specifications:

Pipe

Orifice

CV

Pressure (bar)

Weight (KG)

Order Number

AC

DC

Air

Water

Oil

Air

Water

Oil

1/8″1/4″

2.5

0.23

0-10

0-10

0-7

0-10

0-10

0-7

0.3

(S)PUM03XXX
1/4″

4

0.58

0-7

0-7

0-5

0-7

0-7

0-5

0.4

(S)PU04XXX
1/4″

5

0.65

0-5

0-5

0-3

0-5

0-5

0-3

0.4

(S)PU05XXX
1/4″

6

0.8

0-10

0-10

0-7

0-7

0-7

0-5

0.4

(S)PU06XXX
3/8″

15

4.6

0.7

(S)PU10XXX
1/2″

15

4.6

0.6

(S)PU15XXX
3/4″

20

8.5

0.7

(S)PU20XXX
1″

25

12

1.2

(S)PU25XXX
5/4″

35

26

2.3

(S)PU35XXX
6/4″

35

26

2.1

(S)PU40XXX
2″

50

48

3

(S)PU50XXX

 

Dimensions (mm):
Model

A

B

C

D

E

DN2.5

40

26

66

27

30

DN4/5/6

40

26

75

59.5

38

DN10

65

47

93

59.5

38

DN15

65

47

93

59.5

38

DN20

72

54

100

59.5

38

DN25

90

70

108

59.5

38

DN35/40

120

90

131

64.5

48

DN50

150

112

146

64.5

48

DN35/40(DC)

120

90

150

65.5

63

DN50(DC)

150

112

165

65.5

63

 

Order Guide:
No.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

Spec

Model

Orifice

Type

Seals

Thread Type

Pipe

Voltage

Body

Electrical

Coils

Class of Coil

Other

Ex.

PU

20

C

N

G

6

A6

B

D

16011

H

L

PU: Brass
SPU:
SUS304
M03=
2.5mm
04=4mm
05=5mm
06=6mm
10=10mm
15=15mm
20=20mm
35=35mm
40=40mm
50=50mm
C: N.C.
K: N.O.
N:NBR
E:EPDM
V:FKM
S:SI
G=G
N=NPT
B:BSPT
F:Flange
01=1/8
02=1/4
03=3/8
04=1/2
06=3/4
08=1
10=5/4
12=6/4
16=2
A1=AC6V
A2=AC12V
A3=AC24V
A4=AC36V
A5=AC110V
A6=AC220V
A7=AC380V
D1=DC6V
D2=DC12V
D3=DC24V
D4=DC36V
D5=DC48V
D6=DC110V
D7=DC220V
B:
Brass
S:Sus
A:Alu
D:DIN43650A
W:Wire
16011:16mm hole11011:11mm hole20011:20mm hole B:130F:155H:180 L:light
M:
manual
X:anti-explosion

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