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FAQ: ValVario Valves

Q: One of my old VAS valves needs to be replaced. What’s the best way to order a new one? A: The VAS series of solenoid valves is part of the valVario family of products, designed to offer compact, modular solutions for industrial gas piping. If you are experiencing a failure with a VAS valve, Read More

FAQ: Slow Opening (Dampened) Solenoid Valves

Q: What are the advantages to using a slow opening valve? I notice that it is an option for the VAS solenoid valves for gas. Are slow opening valves used for air, also? A: Slow opening solenoid valves (or “dampened” solenoid valves) are available for both gas and air control. VAS solenoid valves are manufactured Read More

Pulse-Fire 101 – Pulse-fire Implementation

Now that you’re familiar with the history, ideas, and benefits of pulse-fire, it’s time to look at implementation. Knowing what you do about the demands that pulse-firing exacts upon components, you want to make sure to get the most for your money, so you don’t wind-up spending your fuel savings on replacements. ValVario Kromschröder’s valVario Read More

Industrial Solenoid Valve VGP Stock Alert

Industrial Solenoid Valve VGP Kromschroder has discontinued manufacture of Industrial Solenoid Valve VGP. Stock on these robust and long-lasting valves is fast approaching zero. We do, however have some still left. We have one (1) Model VGP 10TN02Q6 (3/8 inch NPT internal thread connection) and two (2) Model VGP 25TN01Q6 (1 inch NPT internal thread connection). If Read More

Pulse-Fire 101 – Pulse-fire Equipment

Not all combustion equipment is suitable for pulse-firing. Some of the key equipment requirements for a successful pulse-fire installation include: operating cycles in excess of one million, capability of three cycles per minute, and repeatability. Solenoid Valve Operating Cycles In traditional, modulating systems, gas solenoids open during start-up and remain open during furnace operation. Unless Read More

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