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Solenoid Valves

The solenoid valve is a device which controls the flow of water into a system. The main application for this series of solenoid valves is on dishwashers and washing machines, both domestic and professional. Other typical applications include drinks dispenser, medical equipment and any appliance which uses water. It is an indirect valve, operated by a electromagnetic actuator. The valve body has a threaded inlet (normally 3/4" gas) and one or more outlets suitable for the connection of rubber hoses.


  • EMC: fully compliant
  • Approvals: European standard EN 60730-1, EN 60730-2-8. On request UL/CSA
  • Potable water approvals: WRAS. On request NSF, FDA
  • This product meet the requirement of the European Directive 2002/95/CE on RoHS





Security Systems Valves

We manufacture several types of safety valve. From the acquastop system connected directly to the tub to safety valves mounted inside the washing machine:

  • Single coil version with high or low pressure hose.
  • Two coils versions with low pressure hose that can also be used for machines with motorized water distribution.
  • Hybrid version with two valves in series: one actuated by coil, the other by pressure generated by overflow.
  • Double special fill hose with integrated valve.


Motorized Valves For Alternating Washing

Main Features

Two standard drive systems are available: they are made by a motor gear train, coding contacts and output pignon. They may be adapted to different valve configurations, as shown in the photos.


Through-flow Heater With Motorized Valve

Main Features

The motorized valve is used to divert the water flow between the upper and lower spray arm in order to optimize the pump performance and reduce water and energy consumption allowing a smooth transition from upper to lower spray arms.
Operating modes:

  • Alternating between upper and lower spray arms.
  • Washing with upper spray arm only
  • Washing with lower spray arm only
  • Washing with both spray arms

Contact for position identification
Reduced pressure drop.

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