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If you need to open a solenoid valve manually, you need a SVOM!

"THE SMALL TOOL WITH A BIG ATTRACTION" Available from Refrigeration Wholesalers If you would like to become a distributor please contact sales@fridgenius.co.uk

Fridgenius Ltd manufactures Solenoid Valve Operating Magnets in 3 sizes, 10mm, 15mm  and 18mm for the manual operation of electrically operated solenoid valves. The Magnet is the ideal tool for the service and maintenance engineer who requires a solenoid valve to be operated manually during installation, commissioning or decommissioning or when power is not available.

Solenoid Valve Operating Magnet
• The quickest and easiest way of manually operating solenoid valves.
• Converts electrically operated solenoid valves into hand operated valves in seconds.
• Proven design, available in three sizes 10mm, 15mm and 18mm to fit all sizes of valves.
• Moulded in ABS plastic.
• Pocket size and easy to use.
• Suitable for all installations.
• The ideal addition to the professional Service Engineer’s toolkit.

Tel : +44 (0) 2380 323745  Fax : + 44 (0) 1202  881718 
Website: www.fridgenius.co.uk  e-mail: sales@fridgenius.co.uk

17 August 2017


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