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How to identify your Solenoid Valve

How to Identify your Solenoid Valve

Step 1 Identify the size / Most common valves dimensions are shown below:

Cetop 3

These solenoid operated Directional Control Valves (DCV) are for directing and stopping flow at any point in a hydraulic system. They can generally handle up to 80 lpm and 350 bar max pressure depending on brand, model, spool type.

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Cetop 5

High duty cycle industrial standard valves recognised world-wide for their first-rate performance and reliability. They can generally handle up to 140 to 160 lpm and 350 bar max pressure depending on brand, model, spool type.

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Step 2 Identify the Coil options

single-double

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Step 3 Identify Voltage

DC

  • DC 12 V
  • DC 24 V

AC

  • AC 110 V
  • AC 240 V
  • AC 24 V

Step 4 Identify Spool type and Flow path / Most common Spool Types are shown below:

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Other Sizes Cetop 7, Cetop 8, Cetop 10, Cetop 16, Cetop 22

There are too many options to simplify these valves. We Supply and Stock different brands and sizes. These valves are interchangeable with each other’s.

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