Solenoid valves from Festo

Compact or sturdy – depending on the application, the new solenoid valves VUVG-...-S and VUVS-...-S are the ideal solutions for pneumatic automation technology. As real stars in pneumatics, they are available from our warehouse in 24 hours and are very attractively priced. The two valves are the latest additions to the VG range of compact valves and the VS range of sturdy valves.

The stars in pneumatics from Festo are always in stock at the company's 13 service centres around the world. It takes just a few clicks to order valves VUVG-S or VUVS-S from the Festo Online Shop – and 24 hours later they will be ready for dispatch. Users will have no trouble finding the stars in pneumatics in the catalogue Or Online Shop: they are marked with a blue star and form the core product range from Festo.

Both valves are compact, and so are virtually made for mass applications. With focused features that meet the key requirements of solenoid valves, the compact VUVG-S and the sturdy VUVS-S are suitable for 80% of all compact or heavy-duty pneumatic applications.

Compact valve VUVG-S

The VUVG-S is designed as compact valve. It is the ideal pneumatic individual valve for countless applications, including for small parts assembly, for the electronics, food and packaging industries, as well as for special machine construction. The pneumatic valve is simply made for tight installation spaces.

Sturdy valve VUVS-S

Its focused and sturdy characteristics mean that the VUVS-...-S is able to play a key role in many sectors and markets, from conveying and filling plants to the wood industry, as well as in actuation of cylinders or compressed air networks. The pneumatic valve with its modern design covers up to 80% of all applications in tough and harsh environments in automation technology. The VUVS-...-S can be used with an operating pressure of 2 to 8 bar and a flow rate of up to 1000 l/min. What's more, the heavy-duty valve is suitable for use in a temperature range of -5° to +50° Celsius.

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December'15/January 2016