Solenoid valve


A device that controls the opening and closing of the flow of fluid or gas in a pipe by hydraulic, pneumatic, or hydraulic pressure.
Since it is a substitute for metal, it requires high rigidity, flame retardance, and ease of assembly.

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  • High rigidity (flexural modulus 22,000 MPa)
  • Flame resistancy (V-0)
  • Resistance to deformation and cracking when bolts are tightened