What is a Solenoid Pump
Solenoid pumps are a class of positive displacement pump which use a diaphragm and solenoid assembly to displace the fluid into the discharge line.
The solenoid assembly consists of an electromagnet and spring. When current is applied to a solenoid the electromagnetic core moves a diaphragm into the discharge position.
Applications for Solenoid Pumps
Solenoid pumps are perfect for applications where safety, accuracy and reliability are required.
They are used in the food and beverage industry, industrial processing and the chemical industry.
Types of Solenoid Pumps
Positive Displacement Pump
The positive displacement pump provides an approximate constant flow at fixed speed, despite changes in the counter pressure.
Positive displacement pumps all pulsate, meaning that their volume flow within a cycle is not constant. The variation in flow and speed leads to pressure fluctuations due to resistance in the pipe system and in valves.
Fluid-O-Tech Duplex Series
The "Duplex" oscillating piston pump is designed for pumping various liquids. It has been designed to be compact in size and manufactured for superior performances and reliability. It operates on the oscillating piston principle.Read More
Fluid-O-Tech Mono Series
The Mono series solenoid pumps are economical, compact and capable of developing high pressure.Read More
Fluid-O-Tech Syrup Series
The Syrup series solenoid pumps are corrosion resistant wetted parts capable of withstanding the acidic composition of various beverage syrups. They are manufactured for efficiency, offering low operation costs, compact design and high pressure.Read More
Speck SAP Series
The SAP series from Speck has low space requirements and offers easy assembly in the delivery pipe. It regularly applied and designed for the re-feeding of liquids in tempering devices.Read More