Magnet Schultz to unveil EN9100 solenoid valve at FIA 2024

The compact EN9100-certified hydrogen flow control valve from Magnet Schultz, on show at FIA 2024
The compact EN9100-certified hydrogen flow control valve from Magnet Schultz, on show at FIA 2024

Magnet Schultz Ltd (MSL), one of the UK’s leading authorities on solenoid assemblies and electric actuators, will show its newest hi-tech proportional solenoid valve for specific hydrogen gas flow control in aerospace applications at the Farnborough International Airshow (FIA).

One of the first of its kind, the new EN9100-certified proportional valve for regulating hydrogen gas flow is supported by three other compact valves in the Magnet Schultz hydrogen and pressurised gas product family. Two of these valves are deployed in a confidential new engineering project for a pure aerospace application focused on domestic flights. One provides a vital safety shut-off function and the other controls water discharge and the recirculation of unspent hydrogen.

Visitors to FIA event in July can see the new EN9100-certified solenoid flow control valve for the first time alongside other hi-tech solenoid valve solutions on the Magnet Schultz stand 4721.

www.magnetschultz.co.uk

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