electro-magnetic pulse valve
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DMF-T Working Principle:
The electro-magnetic pulse diaphragm valve is composed of two gas cells. When the compressed air is connected, it comes into the back gas cell though the orifice. The pressure in the back gas cell pushes the diaphragm closely against the outlet of the valve and the electro-magnetic valve stays in the "closed" condition.
The electrical signals from the pulse jet control device move the armature of the electro-magnetic pulse valve. The air escape of the back gas cell opens and the back gas cell loses pressure quickly, thus the diaphragm moves back and the compressed air blows through the valve outlet. The electro-magnetic pulse valve comes into the "open" condition.
When the electrical signals from the pulse jet control device disappear, the armature of the electro-magnetic pulse valve returns to its original position. The air escape of the back gas cell closes and the pressure in the back gas cell rises, which pushes the diaphragm closely against the valve outlet. The electro-magnetic valve comes into its "closed" condition again.