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Solenoid Operated Valves

Crissair Inc. designs and manufactures a variety of Solenoid Operated Valves

Direct Acting Solenoid Valves for high pressure systems are generally used to pilot larger cylinders and spools. For lower pressure systems, they can be used to shut-off or redirect supply pressure.

  • Pilot Operated Shut-off Valves are more complex in nature. A Pilot Solenoid Valve is packaged into a manifold which drives a larger Spool or Piston to redirect or shutoff system pressure and flow. In some cases, restriction and damping is added to improve and better control transient characteristics of pressure spikes and flowrates.

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Solenoid Operated Valves

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Serving Military & Commercial Aircraft Industries Since 1954

We have developed more than 11,000 designs. Our product line ranges from basic fluid control components to complete manifold assemblies. We use state-of-the-art machine centers in our 77,000 square foot facility in Southern California. Our dedication to maintaining our standards means that we keep abreast of the latest field developments in order to stay current with the ever evolving challenges of the modern military and aircraft industries.

At Crissair, Inc., we focus on Performance, Pride, and Precision, maintaining high quality standards. We are committed to incorporating first-time quality in each process. In order to satisfy the unique needs of our clients, our engineers work closely with customers from proposal to final qualification. You can have confidence in working with Crissair, your trusted manufacturer of quality aircraft fluid control components.

Contact our office today at (661) 367-3300 to learn more or to plan your visit at our Southern California facility.