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GEMÜ solenoid valves

Solenoid valves with metal or plastic body

  • Areas of application and industrial sectors
  • Valve type
  • Technical data

Areas of application and industrial sectors

Solenoid valves are designed for fast cycle duties and are particularly suitable for dosing applications. The major areas of use are the widest range of general industrial applications.

Valve type

A solenoid valve is a valve that is actuated by an electromagnet. Depending on the type used, these valves can switch extremely quickly. Solenoid valves with position determination can be operated as servo valves. A trend towards the use of low voltages (24 V DC) and low power outputs through pilot control of the valves can be observed in industrial applications.

Technical Data

OperationElectromagnetic
ConnectionsUnion ends, threaded sockets, threaded spigots, solvent cement sockets, solvent cement spigots
Operating pressure0 - 20 bar
Body materialMetal: Stainless steel, brass
Plastic: PVC, PVDF
Media temperatur-20 - 150 °C
Nominal sizesDN 2 - 50
GEMÜ 102
102
Solvent cement socket; Threaded socket
Electromagnetic
PVC-U; PVDF
4 bar
100 ° C
-20 ° C
DN 6; DN 8 (1/4''); DN 10 (3/8'')
GEMÜ 202
202
Solvent cement socket; Threaded socket
Electromagnetic
PVC-U; PVDF
2 bar
100 ° C
-20 ° C
DN 10 (3/8''); DN 15 (1/2'')
GEMÜ 205
205
Solvent cement socket; Solvent cement spigot; Spigot; Threaded socket; Union end
Electromagnetic
PVC-U; PVDF
6 bar
60 ° C
-20 ° C
DN 10 (3/8''); DN 15 (1/2''); DN 20 (3/4''); DN 25 (1''); DN 32 (1 1/4''); DN 40 (1 1/2''); DN 50 (2'')
GEMÜ 225
225
Solvent cement spigot; Spigot; Union end
Electromagnetic
PVC-U
6 bar
60 ° C
-20 ° C
DN 15 (1/2''); DN 20 (3/4''); DN 25 (1''); DN 32 (1 1/4''); DN 40 (1 1/2''); DN 50 (2'')
GEMÜ 52
52
Solvent cement socket; Threaded socket
Electromagnetic
PVC-U; PVDF
6 bar
100 ° C
-20 ° C
DN 2; DN 4; DN 6
GEMÜ 8253
8253
Threaded socket
Electromagnetic
1.4408, investment casting; CW617N (brass)
16 bar
110 ° C
-10 ° C
DN 8 (1/4''); DN 10 (3/8''); DN 15 (1/2''); DN 20 (3/4''); DN 25 (1''); DN 32 (1 1/4''); DN 50 (2'')
GEMÜ 8257
8257
Threaded socket
Electromagnetic
1.4408, investment casting; CW617N (brass)
10 bar
150 ° C
-10 ° C
DN 10 (3/8'')
GEMÜ 8258
8258
Threaded socket
Electromagnetic
1.4408, investment casting; CW617N (brass)
16 bar
110 ° C
-10 ° C
DN 8 (1/4''); DN 10 (3/8''); DN 15 (1/2''); DN 20 (3/4''); DN 25 (1''); DN 32 (1 1/4''); DN 50 (2'')
GEMÜ 8259
8259
Threaded socket
Electromagnetic
1.4408, investment casting; CW617N (brass)
20 bar
90 ° C
-10 ° C
DN 2; DN 3; DN 4; DN 5

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Mobile drinking water treatment
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