Solenoid Valves

Solenoid Valves
The Definition of a Solenoid valve is a device that uses a solenoid to control valve activation. They are considered electromechanical control devices used to control liquid or gas flow. An electrical current runs through a coil to control the valve by moving a plunger. When the solenoid receives an electrical signal (energized), it channels the air supply directly to the plunger. When the electrical signal is removed (de-energized) the valve returns to its normal condition. (Globalspec)

Universal Power Conversion, Inc. offers a wide variety of Solenoid Valves from manufacturers such as Airtec, Alkon, CKD, MFD Pneumatics, Mead Fluid Dynamics, GC Valves, and more. 

If you need to actuate a pneumatic cylinder, motor, grippers, or control a vacuum circuit, UPC has the Pneumatic Valve you need.

Product Catalogs

Alkon Valves

Airtec Valves
MFD Valves

MEAD Valves