Skinner and Gold Ring valves are available from P.I.C.September 23, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Process Instruments and Components Inc. (P.I.C.) can supply a wide variety of Skinner and Gold Ring solenoid valves made by Parker Fluid Control. The Skinner and Gold Ring product lines feature durable and versatile valves with many options to choose from.
Skinner and Gold Ring valves offer long service life. The high-quality, durable construction ensures these valves work reliably for a long time — some models survived 20 million cycles in lab conditions.
Skinner and Gold Ring valves are also compatible with a variety of fluids, which makes them suitable for use in a diverse array of industries and applications. Some examples include aerospace, process control, filtration, fluid and gas handling, hydraulics, and pneumatics.
There are many different models of Skinner and Gold Ring valves available from P.I.C. The comprehensive selection also includes a broad range of configurations. For instance, the options include direct-lift, direct-acting and pilot-operated varieties, which are available in two-way, three-way and four-way styles.
Some of the different categories of valves P.I.C. can supply from the Skinner and Gold Ring lineup include:
- General purpose;
- Steam and hot water;
- High pressure;
- Anti-water hammer direct lift and pilot operated;
- Manual reset;
- Remote pressure operated;
- Zero delta P;
- Dual flow;
- Proportional solenoid;
- Intrinsically safe;
- Explosion proof;
- Quick exhaust (three-way);
- Angle body;
- NAMUR mount; and
- Small flow.
Various construction materials are also available, including elastomer, brass and stainless steel.
Parker Fluid Control is a global leader in solenoid valve technology. It has spent many years serving the industry and has built a strong reputation for design expertise and top quality products. The company’s history dates back to 1947 when it was founded as Skinner Valve division.
For more information on Skinner and Gold Ring valves, or for help finding the best product for process requirements, contact Process Instruments and Components.