G1/2'' Burkert Type 5404 Servo Assisted Piston Solenoid Valve DN12
2/2 Normally Closed
The Burkert Type 5404 series Servo Assisted Piston Solenoid Valve is a high pressure solenoid valve with a pressure of
up to 50 bar and a diameter of up to 2'' inches. The DN50 is
suitable for other liquids with a temperature not higher than 160
degrees. The valve body is made of brass. Model 5404 pilot operated
solenoid valve with servo piston, normally closed, suitable for
controlling high pressure liquids and gases. To fully open at least
1bar differential pressure is required. Solenoid valve selection
requires the following parameters 1. normally closed or normally
open, 2. medium, 3. medium pressure, 4. medium temperature, 5.
voltage, 6. orifice size, 7. body material, 8. seal material, and
Technical parameters of Burkert Type 5404 Servo Assisted 2/2 Way
|Model||Circuit function||Orifice size(mm)||Port size||Pressure range for liquids(bar)||Normal voltage||Medium|
AC110V, AC220V, AC380V
|Neutral mediums, compressed air, water, hydraulic oil and steam|
Main dimension of Burkert Type 5404 Servo Assisted NC 2 Way Piston
Main parts material of 5404 2/2 NC Servo Operated Piston
Details overview of G1/2'' Normally Closed 5404 Servo Assisted
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Basic safety instructions:
A) Danger of high pressure.
1. Before loosening the lines and valves, turn off the pressure and
vent the lines.
B) Risk of electric shock.
1. Before reaching into the device, switch off the power supply and
secure to prevent reactivation.
2. Observe applicable accident prevention and safety regulations
for electrical equipment.
C) Risk of burns/Risk of fire if used continuously through hot
1. Keep the device away from highly flammable substances and media
and do not touch with bare hands.
2. Install the device according to the regulations applicable in
3. After an interruption in the power supply or pneumatic supply,
ensure that the process is restarted in a defined or controlled
4. Observe the general rules of technology.
D) Risk of injury due to malfunction of valves with alternating
current (AC). Sticking core causes coil to overheat, resulting in a
1. Monitor process to ensure function is in perfect working order.
E) Risk of short-circuit/escape of media through leaking screw
1. Ensure seals are seated correctly.
2. Carefully screw valve and connection lines together.
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