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2-Way, NO, NC, 316 SS, Very High Pressure Solenoid Valves

HIGH PRESSURE SOLENOID VALVE

$915.00

Item# SVH-121

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HIGH PRESSURE SOLENOID VALVE SVH-121 SVH-121
  • Stainless Steel Construction
  • ¼ or ½" Ports
  • Pressures up to 10,000 psi (Depending on Model)

SVH-121 Model Options

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Process Connection Size
Flow Coefficient (Cv)
Max Operating Pressure
Features
Category
Body Material
Valve Type
Wetted Materials
Max Process Temperature
Media Type


The new SVH-120 Series is a versatile, ¼ or ½" full port, high pressure, pilot operated, solenoid valve. The SVH-130 Series is a compact size, for where space is limited. The compact SVH-120 Series is ideal for flow control of high pressure air, water, compressed natural gas (CNG), hydrogen, nitrogen, and other gases or light liquids compatible with the materials of construction, and leverages this high pressure flow to its own advantage in operating effectively and efficiently.

The SVH-120 style valve is perfect for use in hydrogen dispensing tanks, commonly used in the refueling of fleet vehicles. It is also a used in many compressed natural gas applications. With available pressures to 10,000 psig there are a wide range of applications that include water, nitrogen and many other compatible liquids. This solenoid valve must be mounted with the solenoid upright and vertical.

Specifications
Materials Of Construction
Valve Body: 316 SS
Pistons: PAEK
O-Rings: Buna-N/FKM “-VT”/PTFE
Backing Rings: Buna-N/FKM “-VT”/PTFE
Piston Rings/Seal: PTFE/302 SS
Cartridge: 316 SS/430 SS
Pilot/Seal: 303 SS/PTFE
Spring: 302 SS
Plunger: 430 SS
Bonnet Retainer: 430 SS
Cartridge Gasket: Nylon
Fluid Temp Range: -37 to 121°C (-35 to 250°F), -26 to 204°C (-15 to 400°F) (-VT)
Shipping Weight: 1.8 Kg (4 lbs){SVH-121}, 3.2 Kg (7 lbs) {SVH-122}
Cv: 4.5
Port Connections: ¼ NPT (SVH-121), ½ NPT (SVH-122)
Electrical
Duty: Continuous
Connection: ½ NPT, 18" leads
Power: 10 watts, 22 watts (-XP)
    A C Inrush: 1 amp @120 Vac, 2.5 amp @120V AC (-XP)
    AC Holding: 0.1 amp @ 120 Vac, 0.2 amp @ 120 Vac -XP
Insulation: Class “F”, Class “H” -XP
Maximum Operating Pressure:
    A C Voltage: 7,500 Psig, 10,000 psig -XP
    DC Voltage: 3,600 PSIG, 7,200 psig -XP
Minimum Pressure: 100 psig
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I couldn't find the DC voltage rating for it. Could you please provide that?

Asked by: Salman
Thank you for your inquiry! All of the standard coils will be 10 watt coils. The maximum pressure vs. coil type can be seen on page two of the data sheet on the product page. If you have any further questions please feel free to contact us at flow@omega.com.
Answered by: Application Engineer JM
Date published: 2022-05-16

Are these valves compatible with seawater? Can they be disassembled for service if corrosion is an issue?

Asked by: Anonymous
The SVH solenoid valves are not compatible with seawater.
Answered by: Applications Engineer JK
Date published: 2020-11-07

Can the valves seal against the full rated pressure in the reverse direction when closed; or will the valve be forced open? If it will open, what would the approximate cracking pressure be (can be stated as a % of the rated pressure).

Asked by: JoeP1
Thank you for your inquiry! These valves are not designed to have greater pressure on the outlet side and will not prevent flow in the reverse direction. Unfortunately, we do not have a specified value for cracking pressure as this condition should not occur in normal operation.
Answered by: Application Engineer JM
Date published: 2022-04-08
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