G1/8'' Direct Acting ODE Type 21JN1R0V15 Coffee Machine Solenoid
Valve AC220V DC24V
The below valve is direct acting 2/2 way brass Coffee Machine
Solenoid Valve, which can replaces M&M, ODE, CEME brand.
- Type: General Purpose Solenoid Valves
- Functioning: 2/2 way direct acting, NC, NO
- Port connection: G1/8''
- Body material: Brass
- Flow Kv (l/min): 1, 1.1, 2, 2.3
1. Replacement: CEME 5220 / 5201, ODE 21JB-JN series 21JBMR0B20 /
21JN1R0V12 / 21JN1R1V12-T3 / 21JN1R0V15 / 21JN1R0V20 / 21JN1R0V23 /
2. Available Application: Air, Coffee machines, Compressors, Fuel
gases, Industrial automation, Industrial washing machines, Vending,
Water, Water treatment.
Main dimension of 2/2 Way NO ODE Type 21JN1R0V15 Coffee Machine
Technical parameters of G1/8'' Direct Acting ODE Type 21JB-JN
Series Solenoid Valve:
|Pipe size (Inch)||Orifice φ (mm)|
Max Viscosity cSt
|Pressure Max MOPD (bar)||Code|
Deconstruction display of CEME 5220 Brass Coffee Espresso Solenoid
Main parts display of ODE Type 21JB-JN CEME Type 5220 2 Way
More display of G1/8'' Direct Acting NO 21JB-JN / 5220 Coffee Machine Solenoid Valve in below Youtube video:
What are coffee machine solenoid valve?
Solenoid valves control the flow of water throughout the espresso
machine hydraulic system. The valves are electronic. With regards
the water hydraulics they have two main functions.
1. Controlled by the electronic level control they open and close
to fill the boiler and a steam boiler.
2. Under manual control by the user or by automatic control from
the volumetric dosing system the valve opens to allow water to the
coffee grounds and allow water to pass from brew boiler to coffee
There are two basic forms of solenoid: 2-way and 3-way.
3 ways compared to 2 ways
The 2-way valve works only in two ways - the inlet and the outlet.
Water is supplied to the inlet side of the valve under pressure.
When the coil is activated, pressurized water or steam is allowed
to pass and is discharged from the outlet side of the valve.
The three-way valves function almost identically and they also
include a vent to relieve any pressure in the system when the valve
is deactivated. These are most commonly used in combination
sprinklers and the effluent is the outlet for backflushing soap.
An easy way to tell the difference is to look at the top of the
valve guide. The two-way valve will be strong at the top of the
guide and the three-way valve will have an outlet that extends out
of the top of the coil, usually connected to the hook.
Welcome to your any question and inquiry!