Versa offers diverter and selector valves for this purpose. Versa’s 3/2 valves have 1 Inlet, 1 Cylinder port and 1 Exhaust port. Versa Diverter valves (also known as 7 way valves) have 1 Inlet, and 2 Outlet ports. Versa Selector valves (also known as 8 way valves) have 2 inlets and 1 Outlet. Flow direction is important in Versa’s V Series product line.
Some of our valves can be used in a bi-directional flow, but not all. Contact Versa’s friendly expert Technical Sales team for assistance making recommendations for your specific application.
No. The technical requirements for hydraulic vs. water service valves are very different. Options and designs differ based on the unique requirements and properties of these media. Please select valve for the service. Contact Versa’s friendly expert Technical Sales team who will quickly determine your needs and advise on the exact options you’ll need for either hydraulic or water service.
Some of our standard valves are rated for hydraulic service. Please note however many also need options to assure trouble-free hydraulic system performance. Contact Versa’s friendly expert Technical Sales team to determine the exact specifications you will need. Versa’s T Series is specifically designed for hydraulic service and our V Series can also be used for hydraulic service in low pressure (<100 psi/6.89 bar) applications.
Some of our standard valves are rated for water service but water is tricky – so it “depends!” Where appropriate we will recommend and specify the correct Water Service (WS) options to assure trouble-free pneumatic system performance. Contact Versa’s friendly expert Technical Sales team and be ready to discuss the type of water in your system, your operational requirements and the type of valve actuation you will be using. They will quickly determine your needs and advise on the correct valve options for your Water Service application. The WS option is limited to Versa V Series and T Series.
Reversing the flow through a V&T series valve may result in the valve not functioning correctly because the internal seals could be damaged. Please see “The Anti-Extrusion Principal.” Please note there may be options or other products that may be right for your application. Contact Versa’s friendly expert Technical Sales team for assistance in recommendations for your specific application.
Absolutely. Many if not all Versa valves are rated for natural gas applications. Please note however Versa also offers a Natural Gas Service option to enhance the performance and improve product life in a natural gas service. Contact Versa’s friendly expert Technical Sales team and ask about the “NGS” suffix details. Available on Versa V Series, B Series, V-316 Series and C-316 Series.
Versa offers different types of 316 stainless solenoid valves to provide the best match for your application. The available options range from simple low flow pilot signal to a very high flow spool valve; pneumatic logic relays with indication and various other types of safety latching mechanisms. Contact Versa’s friendly expert Technical Sales team who will quickly determine your needs and advise on the best Versa 316 stainless steel valve for your application.
Versa does not manufacture steam service valves. But we would still like to help. Contact the experts in our friendly technical support team who can help you find a solution.
Yes. Versa provides a third party SIL certificate which indicates they are “SIL 3 Capable”. The certificate provides the necessary information to calculate your individual SIL rating for your Safety Instrumented System (SIS) package. SIL Certs are available for our B-316, C-316, C-Aluminum, DSM, E-Series, EQE/QE, V-316, V Series and T Series. Each SIL certified series has its own certificate and report. Versa SIL certs are available from your distributor or directly from Versa’s friendly expert Technical Sales team on our Technical Support page.