Electronic Solenoid Valve

Electronic Solenoid Valve

Gould Solenoid Valves has a long history of working with different types of solenoid valves for various industries. Located in Indianapolis, Indiana, our company knows the importance of maintaining affordable valve solutions. We provide brass, stainless steel, and plastic materials for valves in a range of sizes. Choose us for all your solenoid needs.

Factors that Influence Electronic Solenoid Valve Prices

The type of material used in manufacturing the valve significantly influences its cost. Brass, stainless steel, and plastic, each bring their unique properties and benefits. Stainless steel valves provide exceptional resistance to corrosion and high temperatures, making them perfect for industries that deal with harsh chemicals or extreme heat. Brass valves offer excellent thermal conductivity and durability, making them a good fit for high-temperature and high-pressure applications. While plastic valves are lighter and more resistant to certain types of chemicals, they are often unsuitable for high-temperature or high-pressure applications. The specificity in applications justifies their cost differences.

The valve's size and design complexity are other critical determinant of its price. Bigger valves, with their higher material and manufacturing cost, are typically more expensive than smaller ones. Valves designed to perform more complex functions or to fit into specific systems may require more resources in terms of design expertise, advanced manufacturing techniques, and rigorous testing, thereby affecting their pricing. Valve specifications and added features significantly contribute to the price variance. A solenoid valve equipped with a high-pressure handling capability would include more robust components to withstand pressure, thereby increasing the cost. Features like a manual override provide added convenience and control, adding to the product value and its price.

Power Requirements and Industry Certifications for Electric Solenoids Influence Costs

Power requirements of the electric valve also influence its cost. A higher voltage or power valves might require more sophisticated and durable electrical components to handle the power requirement, potentially increasing their price. The energy efficiency of the valve could also be a pricing factor. Highly energy-efficient valves might incorporate advanced designs and materials that optimize power use, which could reflect in their price.

The role of industry certifications and extensive testing procedures is also significant in determining the price. The certifications validate the quality and safety of the product, requiring rigorous and methodical testing. The process ensures the highest standard of product quality and reliability but may add to the production costs. Distribution and logistics costs may also factor into the final price of the product. At Gould Solenoid Valves, we use reputable logistics providers to ensure your products reach you on time and in perfect condition. Depending on the delivery location and urgency, these costs might vary.

Customer support isn’t necessarily factor in the price of the valve, but it contributes to the overall value you receive from us. We provide dedicated customer support to assist with any queries, concerns, or technical issues, ensuring a smooth and satisfying experience with our products.

Numerous factors affect the price of solenoid valves from Gould Solenoid Valves. Rest assured that regardless of the price, every product from our company guarantees quality, reliability, and excellent customer support. Our team is always available to help you understand these factors, enabling you to make a well-informed decision that best suits your application needs and budget. Please call us today at 800-634-6853 to start the process!

Electronic Solenoid Valve
J D Gould Co Inc
+1 800-634-6853
Electronic Solenoid Valve
4707 Massachusetts Avenue
Indianapolis IN 46218

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