Electromagnetic pulse valve: refers to the diaphragm valve which combines solenoid valve, pilot valve and pulse valve and is directly controlled by electrical signals.
The role of electromagnetic pulse valve:
It is to control the size of the oil pressure in the oil circuit. Generally installed in the main oil circuit or back pressure oil circuit of shock absorber, to reduce the oil pressure impact when shifting and locking and unlocking, so as to keep the equipment running smoothly. 
According to the angle of valve inlet and outlet and the form of air inlet, it can be divided into three types.
A) right angle electromagnetic pulse valve: the diaphragm valve is directly angled by the electrical signal at the right angle of the inlet and outlet of the valve body.
B) straight through electromagnetic pulse valve: the diaphragm valve is directly controlled by electrical signals at 180 degrees of inlet and outlet of the valve body.
C) submerged electromagnetic pulse valve: the valve body intake is submerged in the air bag, directly controlled by electrical signals diaphragm valve.
In addition to the conventional three solenoid valves, there is also a large caliber ultra-low voltage electromagnetic pulse valve for rotary injectio
Post time: Nov-11-2018