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2-Way, NC, Direct Acting, Brass, High Pressure Solenoid Valve

OMEGA-FLO 2-WAY HIGH PRESSURE SOLENOID Valves
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$156.75

Item# SV3321

Volume discounts available
Volume Discount Schedule
Quantity Price each
1-4 $156.75
5-9 $148.91
10-24 $145.78
25-49 $139.51
50-99 $136.37
100+ $133.24

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Lead Time (If not in stock): 7 Days
OMEGA-FLO 2-WAY HIGH PRESSURE SOLENOID Valves SV3321 SV3321
  • Ideal for Compressed Air, Inert Gas, Water and Synthetic Oils
  • Maximum Pressure 1450 psi (100 bar)
  • Process Temperature to 182°C (360°F)
  • 8 W, AC Coils Standard, 12 Coil Available

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SV-3321 2-way solenoid valves are high pressure directacting valves featuring brass, stainless steel construction and PTFE seal material. The temperature range from -23 to 182°C (-10 to 360°F) is ideal for neutral media such as compressed air, inert gases, water, and synthetic oils. A strain-relief connector is supplied with each unit. A ½" conduit plug is also available.
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I have a friend that has a SV8COIL-12DC and I am trying to help him trouble shoot its operation. Is there a data sheet for this device? I would like to know why there are three terminals on the coil instead of just two.

Asked by: GeoffProbert
Thank you for your inquiry about the solenoid valve coil. Unfortunately, this is no dedicated data sheet for the coil, although, to wire it up, the 2 prongs facing each other are the positive and negative and flat blade at the bottom is ground.
Answered by: Application Engineer JC
Date published: 2021-11-16
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