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Ultra-small Latching Solenoid Valve NLV Series



1.  Outer dimensions: Dia. 5.7 mm x H32.5 mm

An innovative ultra-small solenoid valve – can be mounted in the smallest of spaces, miniaturizing application space and shortening the length of flow paths.


2.  Highly chemically inert diaphragm valve

PEEK and Perfluoroelastomer are used for wetted materials. Materials can be changed according to your requirements.


3.  Internal volume only 4.3 μl

Through pursuing miniaturization to the uttermost, internal volume is now only 4.3 μl. The internal volume of the valve chamber, which can be a dead volume, comprises only 0.75 μl of this. This contributes to reductions in reagent/sample quantities and improvements in analysis accuracy.


4.  Latching solenoid valve

The open/closed status of valve is maintained by permanent magnetic force. No energization is required to maintain the valve status. Contributes to energy saving and lower heat generation due to energisation. Power is required while changing the status (Open to Closed, Closed to Open). Also, it is necessary to reverse the current’s polarity to change the status.

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April 12, 2014 00:04 AM

Holidays -Golden Week 2014-

We will have holidays
in Japan, the so-called Golden Week.

During the holidays,
our head office and factory in Japan will be closed on Tuesday 29 April, Monday
5 May and Tuesday 6 May. We will open on Monday 28 April and from Wednesday 30
April to Friday 2 May as usual.


Due to the
holidays of Golden Week, our reply to your communication will take more time
than usual. We will make our effort to shorten it as much as possible. However,
we would appreciate it if you would understand this matter.


If you have
any questions, please feel free to ask us.


April 01, 2014 00:04 AM