• Orifice (DN): 0.6 mm
• Pressure range: 0.5 – 10 bar
• Operating voltage: 6 VDC
• Power consumption: max. 1.4 W
• Degree of protection: IP65
Staiger pilot valves are used in order to operate non-contact water taps in energy-saving mode. These valves fitted with microbatteries operate only after being actuated by an electrical impulse. This impulse is triggered by moving your hand in front of the sensor, which triggers the extremely robust pilot valve. After water has been dispensed, the valve returns to its inoperative position. This valve is characterized by robustness, durability and small size.
The low power consumption by the impulse control is ideally suited for use in electronically controlled taps with battery operation.
The valve is constructed entirely of water-approved materials and is certified according to KTW, W270, WRAS, ACS and NSF 61.
Miniaturized media-separated 2-way valve in the 8 mm series to control challenging media.
This compact, media-separated valve is suitable for precise dosing of neutral and aggressive gases and liquids.
Due to the relatively simple design, the valve can be adapted to specific customer requirements without much effort. For example, connection geometry, sealing material and rated voltage can be easily adjusted.
Miniaturized 3/2-way cartridge valve in the 8 mm Spider series.This valve can be used as a pneumatic pilot valve or for direct control for precise metering of gases or liquids.
This very compact valve is suitable for direct mounting in a valve block. All pneumatic or hydraulic connections can be integrated in the valve block.
In powered mode, the field strength generated in the solenoid pulls the plunger against the spring tension out of the non-powered position. Solenoids for DC and AC voltage add considerably to the range of technical variants.
As the solenoid encompasses the plunger guide tube and the plunger moves in this encapsulated structure, these solenoid valves are called plunger valves.
Solenoid valve system for automatic monitoring the leaks of water supply pipes and tubes. To be used in household and laboratory equipment.
Fully automatic monitoring can be built in to the supply pipes of a water source. The sensor lays on the floor and is connected with the control electronics through a cable. The solenoid coil and control electronics are built in to a plastic housing. The voltage supply occurs over a network cable with an adapter connector.
Upon energizing, the control electronics opens the solenoid valve. The sensor can monitor a water film of approximately 0.5 mm and sends a signal to the electronics. The solenoid valve is closed and an audible alarm signal is triggered. This condition will be reset by interrupting the power supply.
• Normal widths from DN10 to DN50
• Fittings G1/2 to G2
• Piezo alarm system
• LED indicator of operation
• Drinking water admittance on enquiry
• Light emitting seals (Flat seal with integrated circuit, LED and transient voltage suppression);
• Light emitting sockets (LED, with integrated seal and screw, transient voltage protection);
These light-emitting Staiger seals and sockets are above all suited for assuring operational readiness of new and existing installations
The light-emitting seals and sockets immediately signalize malfunctions and their precise location. This is particularly advantageous in valve cascades or similar systems with high packing density. Your system’s operational readiness is considerably improved by using the electronic components fitted with LEDs. This is an effective measure to consistently reduce required maintenance costs and time.
Owing to their low height and standardized connections, the light-emitting seals and sockets may also be installed in retrofitting.
Proportional regulation and control of high flow rates
• Frictionless movement; • High flow rates; • Small footprint and size; • Low power consumption; • Pressure-balanced; • High dynamics;
This valve combines the advantages of the Spider-μProp technology with the benefits of a pressurebalanced valve. Due to its large orifice, high flow rates are possible. Furthermore, the valve is distinguished by a high reproducibility of the lift-off
The electrical power consumption lies thereby in the lowest range of the Plate Armature Technology. The compact design of the valve provides a variety of assembly options for different areas of application.
• Sizes: Ø 7 mm, Ø 15 mm, Ø 21 mm; • Application: Neutral and mildly aggressive liquids, gases and vapors; • direct actuated; • 2-way valves and 3-way valves, NC;
Spider valves are allocated to the micro valve category (outside diameter 7 mm). The anchors installed in the micronized valves have the shape of a disk. In energized status, this so-called flat armature is pulled against the magnetic yoke component group. If the coil is deactivated, the leaf spring joined to the flat armature presses the seal positioned on the spring-armature assembly unit against the valve seat.
These quick-acting valves owing to the small mass of the installed armature achieve switching phases in the millisecond range. As these valves predominantly featuring cartridge connections have an almost frictionless armature movement, they have a capacity of up to 4 billion actuations, depending upon operation mode.
Spider valves may also be triggered via so-called pulse width modulation.
• Seat principle, direct actuated; • Frictionless movement
Spider µProp-valves are real proportional valves, in which the armature stroke is proportionally defined by the infinitely-variable current applied. The constant ratio between armature stroke and flow rate thus allows variation of the flow rate by way of the applied current.
Spider µProp-valves are like Spider on/off valves microvalves The anchors installed in the micro valves have the shape of a disk. In energized status, this so-called flat armature is pulled against the magnetic yoke component group.
If the coil is deactivated, the leaf spring joined to the flat armature presses the seal positioned on the spring-armature assembly unit against the valve seat.
These quick-acting valves owing to the small mass of the installed armature achieve switching phases in the millisecond range. These valves have a capacity of up to 4 billion actuations, depending upon operation mode.