Micro Miniature Solenoid Valves are used for the reliable control of fluids and gases in medical equipment, analytical instrumentation and industrial applications. There are different kinds of micro valves they are general service valves, isolation valves and pinch valves. General service micro-miniature valves are ideal for applications where small size, long life and low power consumption are a must. They are suitable for the control of non-corrosive liquids and gases and are available as in line or manifold mount constructions. Isolation valves incorporate a diaphragm that shields the fluid flowing through the valve from the internal solenoid components making them ideal for handling corrosive or high purity fluids. These valves are available with in line porting or manifold constructions and in a wide variety of inert materials. Pinch valves are designed to control the flow of fluid by locating soft tubing in a mechanism that pinches the tubing to block flow and releases to allow flow. Pinch valves are suitable for corrosive fluids, high purity applications or fluids with particulate.
Micro Motor Assembly includes a hollow cylindrical casing having an electrical coil. The stator includes a central bore that receives a first end of a rotor drive shaft. The opposing end of the shaft is externally threaded for engaging an aperture on the design element housing. A switch means protrudes from the motor casing for establishing electrical contact between an internally disposed battery means and the stator. When switch is activated, the micro-motor will automatically rotate the housing.