Quality Trombetta Industrial Solenoids
Industrial devices that require holding, locking, positioning, pinching, rotating, diverting, valve operation, and more depend on solenoids. This part is also integral to air and water flow equipment because it actuates valves. Most Trombetta industrial solenoid applications include mobile and stationary equipment, including lawn and garden equipment, compressors, generators, and construction equipment.
MurCal sends the right industrial solenoids to agricultural, manufacturing, municipal utility, oil field, and more operations - fast. Check your manufacturer’s guide or Contact us for help in determining which kind of solenoid you need.
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Industrial Work Solenoid FAQs
A: A solenoid converts electrical energy into mechanical work. Composed of a coil of (often copper) wire, a moveable plunger, and housing, when a solenoid picks up an electrical current, a magnetic field forms around the coil, drawing the plunger in. The housing concentrates the magnetic field generated by the coil. The moving plunger does the mechanical work so that an on or off task can be completed.
A: Industrial solenoid prices run from $60 to just under $300.
A: Sometimes. Unscrew a solenoid counter-clockwise to remove. If the plunger doesn't move smoothly, it can’t be repaired. Applying oil or lubricant to the solenoid plunger won’t help. A sticking solenoid is not repairable.
A: Solenoids typically last from one to three years.