Working principle of right angle electromagnetic pulse valve
The right angle electromagnetic pulse valve is characterized in that the air inlet and outlet pipe of the valve is at a 90-degree right angle.The diaphragm inside the valve divides the pulse valve into two front and rear air chambers. The high-pressure gas enters from the air inlet and enters the lower air chamber. When the pulse valve is not powered, the gas passes through the constant-pressure pipes in the upper and lower casings and The throttle hole enters the decompression chamber. Because the valve core blocks the decompression hole under the action of the spring, the gas will not be discharged, so that the pressure in the decompression chamber and the lower chamber is consistent. Under the action of the spring, the diaphragm will The nozzle is blocked and the gas will not burst out.When the pulse valve is energized, the valve core is lifted upward by the electromagnetic force, the pressure relief hole is opened, and the gas is ejected. Due to the role of the orifice of the constant pressure pipe, the outflow speed of the pressure relief hole is greater than that of the pressure reducing chamber constant pressure pipe. The inflow speed of the gas makes the pressure in the decompression chamber lower than the pressure in the lower chamber. The gas in the lower chamber lifts the diaphragm and opens the blowing port.