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PARKER FLUID CONTROL: Solenoid Valves

September 27, 2004
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Parker Fluid Control Division, manufacturer of the Skinner and Gold Ring lines of solenoid valves (and Sinclair Collins line of process control valves), now offers the Valve Actuation Series of solenoid valves. These are ideally suited for applications in which solenoid valves must predictably and reliably actuate the movement of larger process valves to control the flow of liquids or gases. The Valve Actuation Series includes the 7300 and 2300 lines, which are available in both pipe- and Namur-mounted models. They are constructed of hard-coat, anodized aluminum, brass (7300 Series only) and stainless steel, and offer both three-way normally closed models and four-way direction control models. All Valve Actuation Series solenoid valves are compatible with lubricated or dry air, inert gases and other gases compatible with the materials of construction. They have a pressure range of 30 to 150 psi and a temperature range of -40 to 75 degrees C. The valves can achieve a cycle life of up to 2 million with lubricated air, providing long-lasting dependability for applications.

For more information, visit http://www.parker.com/skinner or call (860) 827-2300.

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