High Pressure Solenoid Valves

High Pressure Hydrogen Solenoid Valves

The latest development in our commitment to hydrogen, is our new high-pressure solenoid valve. Incorporating a servo operated piston and designed specifically with hydrogen refuelling in mind, our high pressure hydrogen valve is compact, reduces complexity by eliminating the need for pilot gas systems and is pre-cooling ready for fast fuelling applications at temperatures as low as -50°C.

In addition to offering high flow efficiency through high KV values, our innovative design and material selection offers significant improvements in the reliability and safety of your station.

series 83830/83840 DN 8 + DN 13
  • Maximum inlet pressure: 1050 bar
  • Function: 2/2 normally closed
  • No internal or external soft sealing
  • Operating pressure range
    • DN 8: 10 ... 1050 bar
    • DN 13: 10 ... 450 bar (1050 bar coming soon)
  • Burst pressure: 3000+ bar
  • Port size: 13/16-16 UN and 3/4-14 NPS
  • Material: All fluid wetted, pressure retaining parts made from 316L / 1.4404
  • Ambient temperature: –45 ... +55°C
  • Minimum fluid temperature: –50°C (Pre-cooling ready)
  • Voltage: 24 V d.c., 100% ED., IP66, 16 W
  • Eliminates the need for pilot gas systems
  • Ex: II 2G EX eb mbIIC T4 Gb; II 2D EX mb tbIIB T125°C Db
  • PED: Article 4, chapter 3.

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