Fountain Solenoid Valve Is Usually Made Of Stainless Steel, Tef

  •   Fountain Solenoid Valve is a device used to control the flow of liquid or gas in the system. It is usually powered by electromagnetic energy in the coil. These valves can be used to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy and come in two forms, namely two-way, three-way, and four-way valves. The two-way valve has two ports, one inlet, and one outlet. The basic three-way valve is specially designed for operating cylinders and pneumatic control valves. The four-way solenoid valve can also be used to operate a valve with two solenoid valves. Fountain Solenoid Valve is usually made of stainless steel, Teflon, and brass materials with different corrosion and heating characteristics.

      1. The valve cannot be opened

      Solenoid Valve Factory's solenoid valves may fail to open due to power failure, uneven pressure, incorrect voltage, dirt under the diaphragm, corrosion, missing components, or burned coils. However, due to many reasons, we must try to narrow the scope of the problem to solve this problem. In this process, the most important parts that you must evaluate are the power supply, the valve diaphragm, the diaphragm spring, the flow control adjustment, the valve inlet or outlet, and the valve bleed port.

      2. The valve is partially closed

      Sometimes the valve cannot be closed. This may be caused by manual operation, pressure difference, remaining coil power, armature tube damage, valve seat upside down or damaged, and some missing parts. Make sure to thoroughly check the wiring, wire connections, components, and diaphragms to see what the specific problem is. You can also try to lift the coil slightly to check if there is an electromagnetic field. If you have an upside-down diaphragm, it is wise to reinstall the item correctly before replacing it with a new item.

      3. Unstable valve sound

      Every time you close or open the valve, you may hear a disturbing hammering sound, or in other cases, you may hear a buzzing sound when operating the solenoid valve. These erroneous valve sounds may be caused by different inlet or outlet pressures inside the system. Water hammer when the valve is opened may be caused by high-pressure liquid passing through a small pipe hole. Installing T-tubes before ventilation can help reduce noise and reduce impact. You can also increase the size of the pipe to reduce the velocity of the liquid composition. Increasing the pipe size is also a good way to reduce the inlet pressure of the valve.

      4. Coil problem

      The coil may be burned, melted, and may remain cold even when it is energized. These coil problems may be caused by short circuits, dragging the coil armature, wrong voltage, and high temperature of the medium (gas, liquid, etc.).

      In order to avoid incorrect voltage supply, be sure to check whether the coil voltage and AC or DC voltage are compatible with the power supply. Check for moisture inside and replace it if necessary. Also, replace any damaged or bent armatures and check if the medium is compatible with your valve. Don't forget to move the solenoid valve to a colder area, otherwise, the ventilation around the valve and coil may be increased.