The Flow Factor
General purpose solenoid valves are used with a wide
variety of liquids and gases in a broad spectrum of applications.
Rating the valve capacity in terms which apply to all
operating conditions is accomplished by determining the "Flow
Factor" (Cv) of the valve.
The Cv value is the number of U.S. gallons of water at
16°C (60°F) per minute that, when flowing through the valve, causes a
pressure drop of 1 PSI.
There are five main parameters to consider when
selecting a valve: Cv, media compatibility, pressure, temperature, and
in products for the control of flowing processes. Our products control
water, gas, air, oil, and steam media.
include heating lines, cooling lines, waste water lines, process air
lines, and hydraulic systems.
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