Specifying Miniature Solenoid Valves for Portable Life Science Devices

Publisher: IMI Precision Engineering

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Specifying Miniature Solenoid Valves for Portable Life Science Devices

Miniature solenoid valves are critical components in portable life science equipment. Beyond the necessary long service life, medical, analytical, and point-of-care devices often require pneumatic systems with high flow rates, compact footprints, and low power consumption. Specifying solenoid valves to meet system performance needs can be challenging especially when one must consider overall system design for manufacturing. Here we review key considerations in specifying valves to meet performance specifications and provide tips on selecting valves to improve pneumatic system design for manufacturing.