Laminar Pte Ltd Singapore

Laminar Pte Ltd


Solenoid Valve

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Solenoid valves are essential components in controlling the flow of liquids and gases for a wide range of applications. These valves use magnetic fields and electric currents to control the opening and closing of the valve.

The essence of solenoid valves is the solenoid, an electromagnet with a coil wound around a metal core. When an electric current flows through the solenoid coil, it generates a magnetic field that attracts or repels a plunger or armature within the valve. This movement either allows or blocks the flow of liquid or gas through the valve.

Their direct-acting nature allows them to open and close in response to electrical signals quickly. This makes them ideal for applications that need precise control over fluid flow.

They have low power consumption, requiring electrical energy only when changing states, resulting in efficient operation and reduced energy costs compared to other valves.

Solenoid valves also offer a compact design, making them suitable for installations where space is limited and easy integration into complex systems without compromising performance.

We offer various solenoid valve types. Whether you need a 2-way solenoid valve, a 3-2 solenoid valve in a standard version or a customised solenoid valve block, we will make it according to your specifications.



max. 450 bar




All liquids and gases


Wastewater treatment plants | Seawater desalination plants | Power plants | Chemical plants | Industrial applications


  • Depending on the application, flow and pressure requirement, the customer can choose between direct-controlled, pilot controlled and force-pilot-controlled solenoid valves
  • Available with DC voltage or AC voltage
  • 2-way valve NC (Normally Closed)
  • 2-way valve NO (Normally Opened)
  • 3-way valve NC (Normally Closed)
  • 3-way valve NO (Normally Opened)
  • Available with EPDM, NBR or FPM sealing
  • Each solenoid valve type is available with both brass and stainless steel body material, which have high corrosion resistance
  • Standard and customised models from the smallest types with an M5 port up to models with a G2 port and a nominal size of up to DN50


  • Timer Switch Device
  • Encapsulated magnetic coils
  • Device boxes
  • Valve connectors with cable entry
  • Cables

The function of a solenoid valve is to open or close the pathway for fluid flow by using an electromagnetic coil. When an electric current passes through the coil, it generates a magnetic field that attracts or repels a plunger within the valve body. This movement either allows or blocks the flow of fluid, depending on whether the valve is normally open or closed.

One key advantage of solenoid valves is their ability to respond quickly to changes in electrical signals. This enables them to control fluid flow with precision and efficiency. Also, solenoid valves can operate at different pressure levels, making them suitable for a wide range of applications.

Solenoid valves help regulate pressure within systems by creating controlled pressure drops across their openings. This feature allows precise control over fluid flow rates and pressures in various industrial processes.

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