We offer our solenoid valves - also Plunger valves - in many different versions with optimized versions for almost every application. Our Plunger valves are based on a well-known robust standard technology. The plunger moves vertically in a guide tube (plunger stroke). The defined spring tension of a barrel spring causes the plunger in currentless status to be pressed either in NC-Position (Normally closed) or in NO-Position (Normally open).
This principle may be implemented in various valve versions e.g.: 2-way valve NC, 2-way valve NO, 3-way valve NC, 3-way valve NO.
In powered mode, the field strength generated in the solenoid pulls the plunger against the spring tension out of the non-powered position. Solenoids for DC and AC voltage add considerably to the range of technical variants. As the solenoid encompasses the plunger guide tube and the plunger moves in this encapsulated structure, these solenoid valves are called plunger valves