Solenoid valve definition
Electromagnetic valves are electromagnetically controlled industrial equipment. They are the basic components for controlling fluids. They are actuators and are not limited to hydraulic and pneumatic. Used in industrial control systems to adjust the direction, flow, speed and other parameters of the media. The solenoid valve can be used with different circuits to achieve the desired control, while the precision and flexibility of the control can be guaranteed. There are many kinds of solenoid valves. Different solenoid valves play different roles in the control system. The most common ones are check valves, safety valves, directional control valves, speed control valves, etc.