IDI's New Zero-Leak Poppet-Style Directional Solenoid Valves Maintain Pressure for Very Long Periods
IDI's new line of zero-leak solenoid directional valves are cost-effective solutions for reliable actuation of single- or double-acting cylinders. The D03 Series valves can be used with most hydraulic pumps to maintain pressure for very long periods without replenishing the pressure supply, preventing the hydraulic supply from consuming energy or generating heat.
Read more about this new line on our Techno-Blog, or click here to view a PDF of our "Zero Leak Solenoid Valves" brochure. This brochure provides technical details, schematic drawings and ordering information for all four models in the D03 series of zero-leak valves. Print copies of this brochure are available by request.
To request copies of the "Zero Leak Solenoid Valves" brochure, or for more information on the D03 Series, please contact IDI by phone at 800-539-0193, by fax at 203-882-0885 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
China Distributor, Dalian Telsoon Technology, Pays IDI a Visit
Mr. Ma Zhan Zhou, a representative from our China Distributor, Dalian Telsoon Technology, recently visited Interface Devices at our facility in Milford, CT.
Mr. Ma's visit included two days of product training and sales strategy brainstorming, as well as instruction in product assembly, operation and maintenance. Mr. Ma was treated like any of our American distributors, with a trip to Five Guys for lunch!
The Importance of Safely Handling Pure Oxygen Under Pressure When Using Oxygen Booster Pumps
There is an inherent risk associated with handling pure oxygen under pressure. Pressurized oxygen-related fires can result in serious injury, death or severe property damage.
Given such risks, it is imperative that all personnel handling such equipment be thoroughly trained in handling high-pressure oxygen, follow industry-standard safety practices, and operate and maintain all equipment in accordance with the manufacturer's operating guidelines and instructions.
Read our safe handling recommendations in a new white paper, "The Importance of Safely Handling Pure Oxygen Under Pressure When Using Oxygen Booster Pumps."
IDI Gas Boosters: An Out of This World Hit With NASA!
Recently our tech service department spent a significant amount of time discussing the required steps to set up a gas booster with a Senior NASA engineer. The gas booster will be used to elevate the air pressure inside a small wind tunnel.
The tunnel is being used to determine the climatic conditions and wind speed required for dunes to form on one of Jupiter's moons. Apparently recent data from a NASA probe has determined the presence of dunes on this moon, indicating some form of atmosphere exists. IDI gas boosters are now helping Rocket Scientists!