Pulse Valve Manufacturer
HM is a manufacturer of different pulse valves for bag filters, power plants, and dust collector system applications.
We can work with a custom pulse valve according to your technical parameters.
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HM, Your Leading Custom Pulse Valve Supplier
HM pulse valve is designed to produce a reliable and more robust solutions in various industrial applications. They are ideal to replace existing and current diaphragm technology in dust collectors, jet baghouses, bulk material handling, and pneumatic conveying.
Depending on your applications, our pulse valve is available in two pilot configurations – remote bleed and integral solenoid. HM pulse valves are available in many different sizes to match your specific applications.
HM can supply all your pulse valve requirements. We can customize your pulse valve product according to your brand logo, design, size, and packaging. We can export our product via land, sea, or air.
Pulse Valve Series
Pulse Jet Valve
Our pulse jet valves are widely used in purifying systems of gas turbines and dust collectors. These include ceramic filters, envelope filters, cartridge filters, etc.
Water Air Pulse Solenoid Valve
Our water air pulse solenoid valve is a valve used in washing and dishwashers equipment. It regulates the flow of water, air pressure, water flow, and more.
Electromagnetic Pulse Valve
Our electromagnetic pulse valve play as a ‘switch’ for compressed air in clean blowing systems. It features fast-action, lightweight form, and energy-saving.
Pneumatic Pulse Solenoid Valve
We provide pneumatic pulse solenoid valves for applications with low prevalence switching. It is a valve powered by a short electric pulse. While using, it can improve system reliability.
High Temperature Pulse Solenoid Valve
Our high temperature pulse solenoid valve is an electrically-powered valve. It is used in a broad range of applications, mostly for high pressure flow rates.
Industrial Dust Collector Pulse Jet Valve
These valves are precisely developed for strainer cleaning of baghouses and dust collectors. It includes sintered metal fiber strainers, ceramic filters, and more.
Right Angle Electromagnetic Pulse Valve
Our right angle electromagnetic pulse valve provides standardized installation and low maintenance. It comes in custom styles and sizes for any intended use.
Slag Discharge Wwitch Pulse Valve
These are widely used for avoiding dust pollution, obtaining flue gas discharge standards, and enhancing the working environment. It also comes in custom style.
Threaded Diaphragm Pulse Valve
Our threaded diaphragm pulse valves are designed for the filter cleaning of baghouses and dust collectors. It is perfect for applications that require speed.
Custom Pulse Valve Design
HM offers customized pulse valves according to the client’s specifications. Our custom pulse valves include custom valve sizes, pilot port sizes, designs, and many more.
We manufacture custom pulse valves in different working pressure, seal types, working media, and materials. HM do also roll-engraving onto your pulse valves products for custom brand name/logo, or part number.
At HM, all our pulse valve products can guarantee final inspection before shipping. We accept delivery terms such as CFR, FOB, EXW, and many more.
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Pulse Valve Specifications
Our pulse valves are manufactured with the following specifications:
- Base-Plate: Aluminum
- Fluids: filtered oil and air free
- Electrical Connection: Spades in compliance with DIN 46244
- Diaphragm Spring: high-end stainless steel
- Diaphragm: NBR
- Electrical Protection: EN60529 IP65
- Coil Insulation: Class H
- Pressure Range: 0.5 bar to 7.5 bar
HM offers standard and custom pulse valves to match your application requirements. Typically, we can supply 1000 pieces of pulse valve per 12 working days. At HM, you can get the unique packaging of the pulse valve. Our packaging details are plastic bags, cartons, pallets, boxes, or customers’ requirements.
HM Pulse Valve Application
The pulse valves are used in almost all industries, such as:
- General Production Lines
- Steel and Cement
HM manufactures different pulse valve products for mixing, cutting, and pressing applications. Our engineering team is using a high-end pressure spring to guarantee the long service life of our pulse valve products.
Why HM Pulse Valve
HM pulse valves are fabricated through our advanced CNC machining capabilities. It ensures tight tolerance, dimensional accuracy, and flexibility of the product.
Our pulse valves can extend the life of any component and system. It reduces air consumption and makes maintenance/installation easy.
Additionally, HM supports unique services in terms of packaging, delivery, and payment for your pulse valve orders. For door-to-door service, we can cooperate with different ground shipping companies like FedEx, DHL, and UPS. We provide efficient, convenient, and environmentally friendly packaging services to ensure the safety of your pulse valve orders.
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High Peak Pressure
HM pulse valves feature optimal peak pressure for removing and breaking up dust cakes from the filters. HM produces high-quality pulse valves according to clients’ specifications, including the features, designs, sizes, and many more.
Quick Valve Response Time
The pulse valves that quickly open and close can improve filter cleaning. It also uses less compressed air which is more expensive in the manufacturing process.
Easy to Install
Hm pulse valves are available in dresses or threaded connections, spring-loaded diaphragm, and single-piece diaphragm connections. These connections have no additional sealing and special tools requirements. It can be connected to pipework quickly and easily.
Easy to Maintain
HM manufactures pulse valves with islets, washers, diaphragms, and rivets that make them easy to maintain. We also offer pulse valves with a one-piece, springless diaphragm design that greatly speeds up and simplifies maintenance.
The pulse valves have a lot of great features such as:
- Long operating life
- Extremely durable
- Easy opening & closing
- Fast and easy to install
- Economical and reliable operation
- High speed response time
- Lower maintenance costs
- High peak pressure
- Higher air acceleration
- Excellent temperature resistance
- Multiple connection options
When it comes to the characteristics of pulse valves, many engineers, OEMs, and purchasing managers are looking for these key characteristics:
- High Peak Pressure
The peak pressure of the pulse valve is the most important characteristic that you should consider.
The peak pressure is the power and speed of the pressurized air burst, which is responsible for cleaning the filters.
Because of that, the pulse valve needs to have a high peak pressure in order to remove and break up the dust cakes from the filters.
The majority of aggregate dust collection systems are composed of various filter bags. The filter bags are collecting particulates for recycling. And when the pulse valves have too weak or too strong peak pressure, the filter will probably be damaged.
They will also be damaged when the pulse valve is lacking maintenance and is undersized. If they are damaged, it will lead to costly downtime and unimportant filter replacement.
So, to achieve the high peak pressure of the pulse valves, the response time of the pulse valves must be very fast.
Unlike the traditional pulse valves, which use closing springs, the high-end pulse valves use a one-piece diaphragm. Due to that, their airflow can travel under the diaphragm instead of a wall. And that will lead to improved air speed and less restriction of the airflow.
In comparison to traditional pulse valves, the one-piece diaphragm pulse valves have an increased peak pressure by up to 14%.
The pulse valves that have reached high peak pressure can:
- fastly deliver the air burst that allows the filters to do their task better
- improve the overall cleaning process and performance of the dust collector system
- Fast Valve Response Time
The response time refers to the time that it takes to close or open the pulse valves.
The pulse valves that close or open fastly not only improve the cleaning process of the filters but also need less compressed air.
The compressed air is being used in the jet of air. They are used during the filter bag cleaning. Also, compressed air is among the more expensive processes.
The pulse valves that have a slow response time stay open for a longer time. Due to that, they also consume more compressed air and you will have an unnecessary cost.
When you are planning to purchase pulse valves, you can analyze first the expenses that it will take on the compressed air. There are charts, tools, or formulas for pulse valves available online.
When the dust collector system has more pulse valves, the higher the unnecessary cost.
The one-piece diaphragm pulse valve will consume less compressed air for around 15%, unlike the standard pulse valves in a dust collector system that has around 40 valves.
So, the facilities that have dust collector systems with many pulse valves, the diaphragm pulse valve can be a great savings opportunity!
- Easy & Fast Installation
For many big businesses, the installation of the pulse valves will take a lot of time.
So, it is essential to consider how complicated the installation process of the pulse valves will be.
You can ask questions such as:
- Does the pulse valve have a lot of components that are needed to assemble?
- Does installing the pulse valves need special skills or tools?
When the pulse valves are very complicated to install, it will take a lot of time and labor expenses.
So, to lessen the time of installing, you should consider the part count and connections of the pulse valves.
As an example, some pulse valves have spring-loaded diaphragms, dresser connections, threaded connections, etc.
Also, some pulse valves have a one-piece diaphragm with a quick-mount clamp connection. And installing these types of pulse valves does not need extra sealing or special tools. They are also quicker and easier to connect to the pipework than the pulse valves that have a dresser or threaded connections.
In comparison to other types of connections, the quick-mount clamp connection is more secure, easier, and quicker to install. It can lessen the time of installation by up to 60%. Also, it can lower the plant costs.
Moreover, the pulse valves that have a quick-mount clamp connection can be mounted in any type of position without affecting the operation.
Plus, built-in silencer options for pulse valves are also available. This is also an important feature to stop the foreign particles from going through the pulse valves. The built-in silencers can also reduce the noise when in operation.
- Easy & Fast Maintenance
Just like other machines and equipment, the dust collector systems also need to be maintained regularly. They need regular maintenance to prevent expensive downtime or shutdowns.
However, even when the downtime is planned, as much as possible, it should be short.
So, to make the time of annual maintenance short, you should know how durable the pulse valves are. You also need to consider how many parts are there in a pulse valve.
Replacing or disassembling many parts take up a lot of time, particularly when the facilities have a lot of pulse valves.
Usually, some pulse valves have many parts such as diaphragms, rivets, islets, washers, and more.
Also, there are some pulse valves that have a one-piece diaphragm and a springless design. These types of pulse valves have only 1 part to service. Due to that, they are fast and easy to maintain.
Also, the pulse valves that have durable construction and fewer parts have a longer operating life. They can also have about one million cycles.
- Wide Temperature Performance Range
Some industries that have pulse valves such as metalworking, cement, and mining industry are operating in extreme conditions. And the industries that have dust collectors are often operating in plunging temperatures.
In these kinds of environments, the dust collector systems that have pulse valves may possibly fail too early. Because of that, it may lead to unplanned downtime.
Therefore, to make sure that the dust collector systems can still operate in any kind of temperature, you should look for reliable pulse valves that can operate in a wide range of temperatures.
Some pulse valves are designed to operate in high and low temperatures ranging from −40°F up to 284°F.
The pulse valves that have a long operating life in a wide range of temperatures are guaranteed to have higher system efficiency. And mostly, these types of pulse valves do not fail easily.
These are the 5 characteristics that are important to consider so you can take full advantage of them.
When you are planning to purchase a pulse valve, there are a variety of factors that are important to consider such as:
- how long the pulse valve will last
- how efficient the pulse valve is
- its maintenance needs
- how the pulse valves affect other parts
- expenses of the pulse valve
Mostly, the fastest opening response time that the pulse valves achieved is between 180 to 200 microseconds.
Also, the fastest closing response time that the pulse valves achieved is about 50 microseconds up to 250 microseconds.
Typically, the fastest pulse duration time that the pulse valves achieve is 300 microseconds.
The pulse valves are commonly used in industries that are using dust collector systems.
Industries such as:
- automotive industry
- concrete industry
- pharmaceutical industry
- mining industry
- metalworking industry
- agricultural industry
- food & beverage industry
- starch product industry
- steel mills industry
- feed production industry
- HVAC industry
The pulse valves can be designed with multiple connection options such as:
- threaded port connection
- quick-mount clamp connection
- dresser connection
The pulse valves can be used in a wide range of applications such as:
- dust collector systems
- bulk material handling systems
- pneumatic conveying systems
- reverse jet bag houses
- power plant
- cartridge filters
- bag filters
- ceramic filters
- gas pulse generations
- envelope filters
- sintered metal fiber filters
The pulse valves are usually designed with 2 selectable types of pilots such as:
- remote pilot operated pulse valve
- integral pilot operated pulse valve
The pulse valves can be added with optional features and accessories such as:
- Springless and one-piece diaphragm
- Explosion-proof solenoids (applicable for explosive atmospheres)
- Molded coil with leads
- Molded coil with connector
- Waterproof solenoids
- Built-in silencers
- Waterproof enclosure w/ embedded screw terminal coil
Aside from that, other optional and custom features can be added as per customers’ requests.
The pilot and diaphragm of the pulse valves must be inspected every year.