Solenoid valves are control units which, when electrically energized or de-energized, either shut off or allow fluid flow. The actuator takes the form of an electromagnet. When energized, a magnetic field builds up which pulls a plunger or pivoted armature against the action of a spring. When de-energized, the plunger or pivoted armature is returned to its original position by the spring action.
Solenoid valve in Bypass functions as one automatic line and one manual line (alway shut off and locked with LOTO) (BLUE FOR LIQUID LINE)