VQ20

VQ20
Pilot Operated 2 Port Solenoid Valve
For Dry Air
Series VQ20/30
VC
Compact and lightweight with large flow capacity
Weight (g)
C [dm3/(s·bar)]
VQ20
46
1.5 (C8)
VQ30
80
3.0 (C12)
VDW
VQ
VX2
VX
VX3
VXA
Series VQ30
VN
LVC
LVA
LVH
LVD
LVQ
LQ
LVN
Series VQ20
TI/
TIL
PA
High frequency operation possible and long operating life
High speed response 7 ms or less (VQ20), 20 ms or less (VQ30)
(High speed response type without light/surge voltage suppressor at the supply pressure of 0.5 MPa)
20 million cycles (subject to clean and dry air)
Easy piping with One-touch Fittings
Dusttight low jetproof enclosure (IP65)
compliant in DIN terminal type.
Application: Air-blow, Blow-off of workpiece, etc.
17-2-79
PAX
PB
Series
VQ20/30
Precautions
Be sure to read before handling. Refer to page 17-6-3 for Safety Instructions and Solenoid Valve Precautions.
Warning
Caution
Manual Override
Valve Mounting
Regardless of electric signals to the solenoid valve,
the manual override is used for switching the main
valve. (DIN terminal only.)
Push the manual override
Slotted locking type (tool required) button with a small flat head
When mounting the valve, secure with brackets.
When mounting it directly, tighten the mounting screws with
the appropriate torque (0.2 to 0.23 N·m).
screwdriver until it stops.
Turn it in the counterclockwise direction at 90° to lock
the manual.
Turn it right to release.
ø3.8
PUSH
Mounting screw
Tightening torque
0.2 to 0.23 N·m
TURN
LOCK
Caution
Caution
When Energizing Continuously for Long Period of Time
Connection and Electrical Circuit
When energizing continuously, choose the option of an energy-saving circuit specifications. High speed response type (with no energy-saving circuit) cannot be energized continuously.
Black (–) DC
Blue (100 VAC)
Red (200 VAC)
How to Wire DIN Terminal
ISO#: Based on DIN 43650C (Pin gap 8 mm)
Connection
Red (+) DC
Blue (100 VAC)
Red (200 VAC)
1.Loosen the tightening screw and pull the connector off of the solenoid valve.
With DC voltage power-saving circuit (with polarity)
Black
DIN connector
1 (+)
2 (–)
Timer circuit
Lead wire color
Red
LED
SOL
2.After removing the tightening screw, divide the terminal block and housing
by prying open the slot area of the lower part of the terminal block open with
a screwdriver.
3.Loosen the terminal screws of the block and insert stripped lead wires in
accordance with the wiring diagram. Secure each wire by re-tightening the
terminal screw (In the case of terminal 1: (+), 2: (-) DC)
4.Tighten the ground nut to secure the cable wire.
Change of electrical entry
i1
Wire entry can be changed by mounting the housing in either direction
(four directions at every 90°) after dividing the terminal block and the housing.
∗ For the indicator lighted style, be careful not to damage the light with the
lead wire of the cable.
i2
i1: Inrush current, i2: Holding current
DC (with power-saving circuit) specifications is designed to reduce the power consumption at holding to achieve power-saving by circuit shown above.
Refer to below power wave form.
Power wave form of power-saving type (Rated voltage at 24 VDC)
Precautions
Insert a connector straight or pull it out straight, using caution it does not be
tilted.
Applied voltage
24 V
Applicable cable
Cord O.D.: ø3.5 to ø7
(Reference) 0.5 mm2 2-core and 3-core wire equivalent to JIS C 3306.
0V
10 to 20 ms
2.9 W
Ground nut
Tightening torque
1.65 to 2.5 N·m
Washer
Power-saving
0.6 W
0W
AC circuit
Lead wire color
DIN connector
Blue (100 VAC), Red (200 VAC) 1
Grommet
(Rubber)
LED
(Voltage symbol)
Refer to the following table
SOL
Blue (100 VAC), Red (200 VAC)
17-2-80
2
Tightening torque Terminal screw
0.2 to 0.25 N·m (3 positions)
Tightening screw
Tightening torque
0.3 to 0.4 N·m
Housing
(Position for light mounting)
Terminal block
Shaved part
Series
VQ20/30
Precautions
Be sure to read before handling. Refer to page 17-6-3 for Safety Instructions and Solenoid Valve Precautions.
DIN Terminal Part No. (Based on DIN)
Without indicator light
Caution
SY100-82-4
With Indicator Light
Voltage symbol
Rated voltage
24 VDC
12 VDC
100 VAC
200 VAC
110 VAC
Part no.
SY100-82-3-05
SY100-82-3-06
SY100-82-2-01
SY100-82-2-02
SY100-82-2-03
24 V
12 V
100 V
200 V
110 V
Manifold
How to Mount/Remove from DIN Rail
VC
Removing procedure
1) Loosen the clamp screw on the “ A ”
side of both ends of the manifold.
2) Lift the “ A ” side of the manifold off
the DIN rail and slide it in the direction
of the “ B ” side.
VDW
VQ
DIN Terminal Circuit with Indicator Light
AC circuit
VX2
A
DC circuit
Mounting procedure
1
NL
2
R
NL: Neon light
R: Resistor
1
LED
2
VX
1) Hook the mounting hook on the “ B ”
side of the manifold base to the DIN
rail.
2) Lift the “ A ” side of the manifold off
the DIN rail and slide it in the direction
of the “ B ” side.
(Tightening torque: 0.3 to 0.4 N·m).
R
VX3
VXA
B
LED: Light emitting diode
R: Resistor
VN
LVC
Caution
LVA
Valve Mounting
After confirming the gasket is correctly placed under
the valve, tighten the mounting screws with the appropriate torque (0.2 to 0.23 N·m).
Manifold mounting screw
LVH
LVD
LVQ
LQ
LVN
TI/
TIL
PA
Manifold mounting screw
PAX
PB
17-2-81
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Pilot Operated 2 Port Solenoid Valve
For Dry Air
Series VQ20/30
How to Order Valves (Single unit)
VQ 2 1 A 1
1 G
C6
Series/
Orifice size
Symbol
2
3
Option
Nil: None
Series
VQ20
VQ30
F: With bracket
Valve type
(A)
2
N.C.
1
L: Type L
1
(P)
(VQ20 only)
Body type
Note) If ordering both options,
indicate “LF”.
Port size
A: Single unit
Symbol
C6
C8
C10
C12
M: For manifold
Port size
VQ20 VQ30
One-touch fitting for ø6
One-touch fitting for ø8
One-touch fitting for ø10
One-touch fitting for ø12
Manual override
Nil
B
Coil voltage
1
2
3
5
6
9 (1)
100 VAC (50/60 Hz)
200 VAC
110 VAC
24 VDC
12 VDC
Other
Note 1) Please consult with SMC
for other voltages.
Note 2) There is polarity for DC
voltage (with powersaving circuit type).
None
Note)
Slotted locking type (tool required)
Note) Only normally closed
DIN terminal in-line style
is applicable.
Electricity circuit
Symbol
Nil
Z
H
Note)
DC voltage
With power-saving circuit
(With surge voltage suppressor protection circuit)
With power-saving circuit
(With light/surge voltage suppressor protection circuit)
High speed response type
(Without energy-saving, light/surge voltage suppressor circuit)
AC voltage
With full wave rectifier circuit
(With surge voltage suppressor protection circuit)
With full wave rectifier circuit
(With light/surge voltage suppressor protection circuit)
Note) H is available only for DC voltage and cannot be energized continuously.
Electrical entry
G: Grommet
Made to Order Specifications
Please contact SMC for further
specifications, delivery and price.
Oil-free specifications
Y: DIN terminal
YO: DIN terminal
without connector
17-2-82
A
VQ 23 1 M
1–
–
–
–X2
Note) Please consult with SMC when using. Not available for manual operation.
Seal material fluorine rubber specifications
A
VQ 23 1M
1–
–
–
–X5
Pilot Operated 2 Port Solenoid Valve
For Dry Air
VQ20/30
Series
Standard Specifications
VQ20
Series
Valve construction
2 port poppet pilot operated
Valve
specifications
Fluid
Air/Inert gas
–10 to 50°C (1)
Ambient and fluid temperature
Lubrication
Not required
Slotted locking type (tool required) (2)
Manual override
150/30 m/s2 (3)
Shock resistance/Vibration resistance
Mounting orientation
Coil rated voltage
Electric
specifications
(A)
2
80 g
12 VDC, 24 VDC, 100 VAC, 110 VAC, 200 VAC
Allowable voltage fluctuation
±10% of rated voltage
Coil insulation type
Class B or equivalent
DC voltage (with power-saving circuit)
Power consumption
DC voltage (without power-saving circuit)
(Current value)
AC
VX
2.9 W
2 VA
VX3
Grommet, DIN terminal
Note 1) Use dry air to prevent condensation when operating at low temperatures.
Note 2) Manual override is available only for DIN terminal type.
Note 3) Vibration resistance: No malfunction occurred in a one-sweep test between 8.3 and 2000 Hz.
Test was performed at both energized and de-energized states to the
axis and right angle directions of the main valve and armature (value at
the initial state).
Shock resistance: No malfunction resulted from the impact test using a drop impact tester.
The test was performed on the axis and right angle directions of the main
valve and armature for both energized and de-energized states (value at
the initial state).
Note 4) DIN terminal type: Applicable to dusttight and low jetproof (IP65).
Characteristic Specifications
N.C.
Flow
C [dm3/(s·bar)]
characteristics
b
Cv
VQ30
C6
C8
C10
C12
1.4
1.5
2.8
3.0
0.23
0.42
0.42
0.37
0.33
0.39
0.80
0.81
Min. operating pressure
0.6 MPa
(2)
ON
10 ms or less
7 ms or less
25 ms or less
20 ms or less
OFF
15 ms or less
5 ms or less
15 ms or less
5 ms or less
Component Parts
w
t
y
No.
q
w
e
r
t
y
u
Description
Solenoid coil
Body
Fixed armature
Armature
Return spring
Poppet
Diaphragm assembly
PA
PAX
PB
Construction
r
LVH
TI/
TIL
Note 1) JIS B 8375 (value of DC voltage specifications at 0.5 MPa supply pressure)
(Value of high response time is subject to change upon pressure, quality of air.)
Note 2) It cannot be used when energized continuously.
q
LVA
LVN
0.5 MPa
(2)
e
LVC
LQ
Electricity circuit With power-saving circuit High speed response type With power-saving circuit High speed response type
Response
time (1)
VN
LVQ
0.01 MPa
Max. operating pressure
VXA
LVD
VQ20
Series
1
(P)
VQ
VX2
Inrush: 2.9 W, Holding: 0.6 W
Electrical entry
JIS Symbol
VDW
Unrestricted
46 g
Weight
VQ30
VC
Dustproof (4)
Enclosure
VQ20
VQ30
Material
Resin
Stainless steel
Stainless steel
Stainless steel
NBR
HNBR, Resin
u
17-2-83
Series
VQ20/30
Dimensions: Series VQ20
In-line Type: Grommet (G)
VQ21A1-G-
Bracket mounting holes
Mounting holes 2-ø3.2 through
2-ø3.2 through
Light
Mounting hole 2-ø3.2 through
Lead wire length≅ 300
P port
C6: One-touch fitting for ø6
C8: One-touch fitting for ø8
Dotted line: Bracket mounting style (-F)
17-2-84
A port
C6: One-touch fitting for ø6
C8: One-touch fitting for ø8
Pilot Operated 2 Port Solenoid Valve
For Dry Air
Series
VQ20/30
Dimensions: Series VQ20
Type L: Grommet (G)
VQ21A1-G-L
VC
VDW
VQ
VX2
Light
VX
VX3
Lead wire length≅ 300
VXA
VN
LVC
LVA
LVH
LVD
LVQ
P port
LQ
C6: One-touch fitting for ø6
C8: One-touch fitting for ø8
LVN
TI/
TIL
PA
A port
PAX
C6: One-touch fitting for ø6
C8: One-touch fitting for ø8
PB
2-ø3.2 mounting hole
Dotted line: Bracket mounting style (-LF)
17-2-85
Series
VQ20/30
Dimensions: Series VQ20
In-line Type: DIN terminal (Y)
VQ21A1-Y-
Bracket mounting hole
Mounting hole 2-ø3.2 through
2-ø3.2 through
Manual override
Applicable cable O.D.
ø3.5 to ø7.0 mm
P port
C6: One-touch fitting for ø6
C8: One-touch fitting for ø8
Dotted line: Bracket mounting style (-F)
17-2-86
A port
C6: One-touch fitting for ø6
C8: One-touch fitting for ø8
Pilot Operated 2 Port Solenoid Valve
For Dry Air
Series
VQ20/30
Dimensions: Series VQ30
In-line Type: Grommet (G)
VQ31A1-G-
Bracket mounting hole
2-ø4.3 through
Mounting hole 2-ø4.3 through
VC
VDW
VQ
VX2
VX
VX3
Light
VXA
VN
LVC
LVA
Lead wire length≅ 300
LVH
LVD
LVQ
LQ
LVN
TI/
TIL
PA
PAX
P port
C10: One-touch fitting for ø10
C12: One-touch fitting for ø12
A port
PB
C10: One-touch fitting for ø10
C12: One-touch fitting for ø12
Dotted line: Bracket mounting style (-F)
17-2-87
Series
VQ20/30
Dimensions: Series VQ30
DIN terminal (Y)
VQ31A1-Y-
-
Mounting hole 2-ø4.3 through
Bracket mounting hole
2-ø4.3 through
Manual override
Applicable cable O.D.
ø3.5 to ø7.0 mm
P port
C10: One-touch fitting for ø10
C12: One-touch fitting for ø12
Dotted line: Bracket mounting style (-F)
17-2-88
A port
C10: One-touch fitting for ø10
C12: One-touch fitting for ø12
Pilot Operated 2 Port Solenoid Valve
For Dry Air
VQ20/30
Series
How to Order Manifold
VV2Q 2 2
How to Order Manifold Assembly
08
Enter the mounting valve and option part numbers
under the manifold base part number.
Series
<Ordering Example>
VV2Q22-05·················· 1 set Manifold part No.
∗ VQ21M1-5G-C6 ······ 4 sets Valve part No.
(Stations 1 to 4)
∗ VQ21M1-5G-C8 ······ 1 set Valve part No.
(Station 5)
P port/Thread type
VQ20
VQ30
2
3
Stations
01
Rc 3/8
NPT 3/8
NPTF 3/8
G 3/8
Nil
00N
00T
00F
1 station
···
···
“∗” is the symbol for
assembly. Add a “∗” in
front of the part numbers
for solenoid valves, etc.,
to be mounted.
Option
20 20 stations
Nil
D
DO
None
DIN rail mounting
DIN rail mounting (Without DIN rail)
VDW
Enter together in
order, counting
from station 1 on
the D side.
VQ
VX2
ide
ide
Us
Ds
····1
····2
···3
s·
tion
VC
VX
Sta
VX3
VXA
ort
Ap
P1
VN
LVC
How to Order Valves (For Manifold)
LVA
VQ 2 1 M 1
1 G
C6
Series/
Orifice size
Symbol
2
3
Symbol
Coil voltage
Valve Type
(A)
2
1
1
(P)
C6
C8
C10
C12
100 VAC (50/60 Hz)
200 VAC
110 VAC
24 VDC
12 VDC
Other
1
2
3
5
6
9 (1)
Manifold
Nil
VQ20 VQ30
Symbol
Nil
Z
H Note)
Note) H is available only for DC voltage and cannot be energized continuously.
Please contact SMC for further
specifications, delivery and price.
Oil-free specifications
VQ 23 1M1–
Seal material fluorine rubber specifications
–
–
–X2 VQ 23 1M1–
–
LVN
PAX
DC voltage
AC voltage
With power-saving circuit
With full wave rectifier circuit
(with surge voltage suppressor protection circuit)
(with surge voltage suppressor protection circuit)
With power-saving circuit
With full wave rectifier circuit
(with light/surge voltage suppressor protection circuit)
(with light/surge voltage suppressor protection circuit)
High speed response type
(without energy-saving, light/surge voltage suppressor circuit)
Made to Order Specifications
LQ
PA
Note) Only normally closed
DIN terminal in-line
style is applicable.
Electricity circuit
Grommet
DIN terminal
DIN terminal (without connector)
LVQ
TI/
TIL
None
B Note) Slotted locking type (tool required)
Electrical entry
G
Y
YO
Port size
One-touch fitting for ø6
One-touch fitting for ø8
One-touch fitting for ø10
One-touch fitting for ø12
Manual override
Note 1) Please consult with SMC
for other voltages.
Note 2) There is polarity for DC
voltage (with power-saving
circuit type).
Valve specifications
M
LVD
Port size
Series
VQ20
VQ30
N.C.
LVH
–
–X5
Note) Please consult with SMC when using. Not available for manual operation.
17-2-89
PB
VQ20/30
Series
Dimensions
Plug lead unit manifold (VV2Q22-
)
Mounting hole
2-ø4.5 through
A port
C6: One-touch fitting for ø6
C8: One-touch fitting for ø8
DIN rail mounting
4-M3 x 0.5
Formulas L1 = (n – 1) x 29 + 49
L2 = L1 – 10
L3 = L4 – 10.5
L5 = L1 – 11.2
Dotted line: DIN rail mounting (-D)
Dimensions
n
L
L1
L2
L3
L4
L5
17-2-90
n: Station (Max. 20)
1
49
39
75
85.5
37.8
2
3
107
78
97
68
137.5
100
110.5 148
66.8 95.8
4
136
126
162.5
173
124.8
5
165
155
187.5
198
153.8
6
194
184
212.5
223
182.8
7
223
213
250
260.5
211.8
8
252
242
275
285.5
240.8
9
281
271
300
310.5
269.8
10
310
300
337.5
348
298.8
11
339
329
362.5
373
327.8
12
368
358
387.5
398
356.8
13
397
387
425
435.5
385.8
14
426
416
450
460.5
414.8
15
455
445
475
485.5
443.8
16
484
474
500
510.5
472.8
17
513
503
537.5
548
501.8
18
542
532
562.5
573
530.8
19
571
561
587.5
598
559.8
20
600
590
625
635.5
588.8
Pilot Operated 2 Port Solenoid Valve
For Dry Air
Series
VQ20/30
Dimensions
Plug lead unit manifold (VV2Q32-
)
Mounting hole
2-ø4.5 through
VC
VDW
VQ
VX2
VX
VX3
VXA
VN
LVC
A port
C10: One-touch fitting for ø10
C12: One-touch fitting for ø12
LVA
LVH
LVD
LVQ
LQ
LVN
TI/
TIL
DIN rail mounting
4-M3 x 0.5
PA
PAX
PB
Formulas L1 = (n – 1) x 37 + 56
L2 = L1 – 10
L3 = L4 – 10.5
L5 = L1 – 11.2
Dotted line: DIN rail mounting (-D)
Dimensions
n
L
L1
L2
L3
L4
L5
n: Station (Max. 20)
1
56
46
75
85.5
44.8
2
93
83
112.5
123
81.8
3
130
120
150
160.5
118.8
4
167
157
187.5
198
155.8
5
204
194
225
235.5
192.8
6
241
231
261.5
273
229.8
7
278
268
300
310.5
266.8
8
315
305
337.5
348
303.8
9
352
342
375
385.5
340.8
10
389
379
412.5
423
377.8
11
426
416
450
460.5
414.8
12
463
453
487.5
498
451.8
13
500
490
525
535.5
488.8
14
537
527
562.5
573
525.8
15
574
564
587.5
598
562.8
16
611
601
625
635.5
599.8
17
648
638
662.5
673
636.8
18
685
675
700
710.5
673.8
19
722
712
737.5
748
710.8
20
759
749
775
785.5
747.8
17-2-91
Series
VQ20/30
Single Unit Option
Bracket assembly (with 2 mounting screws)
For fixing this solenoid valve.
(Mounting screws, 2 pcs.)
M3 x 45
M3 x 40
M3 x 35
M4 x 45
Bracket assembly
AXT835-13A
AXT835-13A-2
AXT835-13A-3
AXT837-13A
Type
VQ20 Grommet in-line type
VQ20 Grommet L type, DIN terminal type
DIN terminal L type
VQ30
Manifold Option
DIN rail
AXT100-DR-
L
12.5
(Pitch)
5.25
Each manifold can be mounted on a DIN rail.
Order with the option symbol “-D” to specify DIN rail
mounting style.
The DIN rail is approximately 30 mm longer than the
length of manifold.
7.5
5.5
35
25
∗ Suffix the number from DIN rail dimensions table below.
Refer to the dimension drawing for each manifold for L
dimension.
1.25
L dimension
• Series VQ20
Stations 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
No.
6
8 11 13 15 17 20 22 24 27 29 31 34 36 38 40 43 45 47 50
L
85.5 110.5 148 173 198 223 260.5 285.5 310.5 348 373 398 435.5 460.5 485.5 510.5 548 573 598 635.5
• Series VQ30
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Stations 1
No. 6
9 12 15 18
21 24 27 30
33 36
39 42
45 47 50 53 56
59 62
L
85.5 123 160.5 198 235.5 273 310.5 348 385.5 423 460.5 498 535.5 573 598 635.5 673 710.5 748 785.5
DIN rail mounting bracket
VVQZ100-DB-5
This bracket is used for mounting the manifold on the
DIN rail. DIN rail mounting bracket is attached on the
manifold.
1 set of DIN rail mounting brackets for 1 manifold includes 2 brackets.
Blanking plate assembly (with O-ring and 2 mounting screws)
Mount a blank plate on valve manifold when a valve is
disassembled for maintenance purposes, or when
spare valve unit is supposed to be mounted in the future.
Series
VQ20
VQ30
17-2-92
Blanking plate assembly
AXT835-35A
AXT837-35A
(O-ring)
OR-1679-100-H
OR-2400-150-H
(Mounting screws, 2 pcs.)
M3 x 6
M4 x 6
Safety Instructions
These safety instructions are intended to prevent a hazardous situation and/or
equipment damage. These instructions indicate the level of potential hazard by labels of
"Caution", "Warning" or "Danger". To ensure safety, be sure to observe ISO 4414 Note 1),
JIS B 8370 Note 2) and other safety practices.
Caution : Operator error could result in injury or equipment damage.
Warning : Operator error could result in serious injury or loss of life.
Danger :
In extreme conditions, there is a possible result of serious injury or loss of life.
Note 1) ISO 4414: Pneumatic fluid power--General rules relating to systems.
Note 2) JIS B 8370: General Rules for Pneumatic Equipment
Warning
1. The compatibility of pneumatic equipment is the responsibility of the person
who designs the pneumatic system or decides its specifications.
Since the products specified here are used in various operating conditions, their compatibility for the
specific pneumatic system must be based on specifications or after analysis and/or tests to meet your
specific requirements. The expected performance and safety assurance will be the responsibility of the
person who has determined the compatibility of the system. This person should continuously review
the suitability of all items specified, referring to the latest catalog information with a view to giving due
consideration to any possibility of equipment failure when configuring a system.
2. Only trained personnel should operate pneumatically operated machinery
and equipment.
Compressed air can be dangerous if an operator is unfamiliar with it. Assembly, handling or repair of
pneumatic systems should be performed by trained and experienced operators.
3. Do not service machinery/equipment or attempt to remove components until
safety is confirmed.
1. Inspection and maintenance of machinery/equipment should only be performed once measures to
prevent falling or runaway of the driver objects have been confirmed.
2. When equipment is to be removed, confirm the safety process as mentioned above. Cut the supply
pressure for this equipment and exhaust all residual compressed air in the system.
3. Before machinery/equipment is restarted, take measures to prevent shooting-out of cylinder piston
rod, etc.
4. Contact SMC if the product is to be used in any of the following conditions:
1. Conditions and environments beyond the given specifications, or if product is used outdoors.
2. Installation on equipment in conjunction with atomic energy, railway, air navigation, vehicles,
medical equipment, food and beverages, recreation equipment, emergency stop circuits, clutch and
brake circuits in press applications, or safety equipment.
3. An application which has the possibility of having negative effects on people, property, or animals,
requiring special safety analysis.
17-6-3
2/3 Port Process Valve Precautions 1
Be sure to read before handling.
For detailed precautions on every series, refer to main text.
Caution on Design
Warning
Warning
1. Cannot be used as an emergency shutoff valve, etc.
The valves presented in this catalog are not designed for
safety applications such as an emergency shutoff valve. If the
valves are used in this type of system, other reliable safety
assurance measures should also be adopted.
2. Extended periods of continuous energization
Please consult with SMC if valves will be continuously
energized for extended periods of time.
3. Solenoid valves are not allowed to use as an
explosion proof one.
4. Maintenance space
The installation should allow sufficient space for maintenance
activities (removal of valve, etc.).
5. Liquid rings
In cases with a flowing liquid, provide a by-pass valve in the
system to prevent the liquid from entering the liquid seal
circuit.
6. Operation of actuator
When an actuator, such as a cylinder, is to be driven using a
valve, take appropriate measures to prevent potential danger
caused by actuator operation.
7. Holding pressure (including vacuum)
Since the valve may have slight internal air leakage, it may not
be suitable for holding pressure (including vacuum) in a tank
or other vessel for an extended period of time.
8. When the conduit type is used as equivalent to an
IP65 enclosure, install a wiring conduit, etc. (Series
VC)
For details, refer to page 17-6-7.
Selection
Selection
Warning
1. Check the specifications.
Give careful consideration to operating conditions such as the
application, fluid and environment, and use within the
operating ranges specified in this catalog.
2. Operating fluids
1) Type of operating fluids
Select model according to the operating fluid for its
material. Viscosity of the operating fluids must be less than
50 cst in general.
Please contact SMC for further information.
2) Flammable oil or gases
Confirm the specifications for the internal/external leakage.
3) Corrosive gases
Since corrosive gases may cause stress corrosion, cracking
or other accidents, it is not applicable for valves in this
catalog.
4) Use a Non-lube valve when impurities such as oil should
not be in the fluid passage.
5) Option and fluids may not be usable on the operating
conditions. General use of option and fluids are shown in
the catalog to be referred for model selection.
17-6-4
Selection
3. Quality of operating fluids
Since the use of fluid which contains foreign matter can cause
problems such as malfunction and seal failure by promoting
wear of the valve seat and core, and by sticking to the sliding
parts of the armature, etc., install a suitable filter (strainer)
immediately upstream from the valve. As a general rule, use
80 to 100 mesh.
When used to supply water to boilers, substances such as
calcium and magnesium which generate hard scale and
sludge are included. Since this scale and sludge can cause
valve malfunction, install water softening equipment, and a
filter (strainer) directly upstream from the valve to remove
these substances.
4. Quality of operating air
1) Use clean air.
If the compressed air supply includes chemicals, synthetic
materials (including organic solvents), salinity, corrosive
gas, etc., it can lead to damage or malfunction.
2) Install an air filter.
Install an air filter at the up stream side to the valve.
Filtration degree should be 5 µm or less.
3) Install an air dryer, after cooler, etc.
Compressed air that includes excessive drainage may
cause malfunction of valves and other pneumatic
equipment. To prevent this, install an air dryer or after
cooler, etc.
4) If excessive carbon powder is seen, install a mist
separatoron the upstream side of the valve.
If excessive carbon powder is generated by the compressor,
it may adhere to the inside of valves and cause malfunction.
For compressed air quality, refer to “Air Cleaning
Equipment” catalog.
5. Ambient environment
Operate within the ambient operating temperature range. After
confirming the compatibility of the product’s component
materials with the ambient environment, operate so that fluid
does not adhere to the product’s exterior surfaces.
6. Countermeasures for static electricity
Since static electricity may be generated depending on the
fluid being used, implement suitable countermeasures.
2/3 Port Process Valve Precautions 2
Be sure to read before handling.
For detailed precautions on every series, refer to main text.
Series VQ20/30
Selection
Caution
1. Leakage voltage
Particularly when using a resistor in parallel with a switching
element and using a C-R element (surge voltage suppressor) to
protect the switching element, take note that leakage current will
flow through the resistor and C-R element, etc., creating a danger
that the valve may not shut OFF.
When mounting the valve, secure with brackets.
When mounting it directly, tighten the mounting
screws with the appropriate torque (0.2 to 0.23
N·m).
Mounting screw
Tightening torque 0.2 to 0.23 N·m
Switching element
Port Direction
R
Leakage voltage
Leakage
voltage
Power
supply
OFF
C
Valve
Caution
1. Preparation before piping
Series VC, VD, VQ
Series VX
AC coil: 10% or less of rated voltage
DC coil: 2% or less of rated voltage
AC coil: 20% or less of rated voltage
DC coil: 2% or less of rated voltage
Series VN
AC coil: 15% or less of rated voltage
DC coil: 3% or less of rated voltage
2. Low temperature operation
1) Valve use is possible to temperature extremes of –10°C. Take
appropriate measures to avoid freezing of drainage, moisture
etc. by using an air dryer.
2) When using valves for water application in cold climates, take
appropriate countermeasures to prevent the freezing in tubing
after cutting the water supply from the pump, e.g. drain the
water, etc. When heating by steam, be careful not to expose the
coil portion to steam. Installation of dryer, heat retaining of the
body are recommended to prevent the freezing in condition that
dew-point temperature is high and ambient temperature is low.
Mounting
Warning
1. If air leakage increases or equipment does not
operate properly, stop operation.
Check mounting conditions after air and power supplies are
connected. Initial function and leakage tests should be performed
after installation.
2. Do not apply external force to the coil section.
Apply spanner to the external connection part when tightening.
3. Avoid installing the coil downward.
Foreign materials in the fluid may stick to the armature and it
could cause malfunction. (In the case of VX series)
4. Do not warm the coil assembly part by the heat
insulating material, etc.
Tape heater for anti-freezing is applicable to use only for piping or
body.
5. Other than fittings made of stainless steel or copper
should be tightened with a bracket.
6. Do not use in locations subjected to vibrations. If
impossible, arm from the body should be as short
as possible to prevent resonance.
7. Instruction manual
Install only after reading and understanding the safety instructions.
Keep the catalog on life so that it can be referred to when
necessary.
8. Coating
Warnings or specifications indicated on the product should not be
erased, removed, or covered up.
Before piping is connected, it should be thoroughly blown out with
air (flushing) or washed to remove chips, cutting oil and other
debris from inside the pipe.
Install piping so that it does not apply pulling, pressing, bending or
other forces on the valve body.
Winding
direction
2. Sealant tape
When installing piping or fitting into
a port, ensure that sealant material
Pipe tape
does not enter the port internally.
E
Furthermore, when sealant tape is 2 xpos
thr e
used, leave 1.5 to 2 thread ridges
ea ap
ds pro
exposed at the end of the threads.
x.
3. Avoid connection of ground lines to piping, as this
may cause electric corrosion of the system.
4. Always tighten threads with the proper tightening
torque.
When screwing fittings into valves, tighten with the proper
tightening torque shown below.
Tightening Torque for Piping
Connection thread
M5
Applicable tightening torque (N·m)
1.5 to 2
Rc 1/8
7 to 9
Rc 1/4
12 to 14
Rc 3/8
22 to 24
Rc 1/2
28 to 30
Rc 3/4
28 to 30
Rc 1
36 to 38
Rc 11/4
40 to 42
Rc 11/2
48 to 50
Rc 2
48 to 50
∗ Reference
How to tighten M5 threads on the fittings
After tightening by hand, use a tightening tool to add about 1/6
turn more. But when using miniature fittings, after tightening by
hand, use a tightening tool to add 1/4 turn more. (When there
are gaskets for universal elbow, universal tee, etc. in 2
locations, tighten them with twice as 1/2 turn.)
5. Connection of piping to products
When connecting piping to a product, avoid mistakes regarding
the supply port, etc.
6. Steam generated in a boiler contains a large amount
of drainage.
Be sure to operate with a drain trap installed.
7. In applications such as vacuum and non-leak
specifications, use caution specifically against the
contamination of foreign matters or airtightness of
the fittings.
17-6-5
2/3 Port Process Valve Precautions 3
Be sure to read before handling.
For detailed precautions on every series, refer to main text.
Port Direction
Electrical Connections
Caution
Caution
Series LV
1. Use the tightening torques shown below when
making connections to the pilot port.
Operating Port Tightening Torque
Class H coil: AWG18
Class B coil: AWG20
Torque (N·m)
Operating port
M5
Series VC
Grommet
1/6 turn with a tightening tool after first tightening by hand 0.8 to 1.0
0.8 to 1.0
2. Use of metal fittings
(2)
Do not use metal fittings for piping on taper threads made of
resin, as this may cause damage to the threads.
3. Use pilot ports and sensor (breathing) ports as
indicated below.
PA Port
(1)
SMC
Rc, NPT 1/8
PB port
Sensor (breathing) port
N.C.
Pressure
Exhaust
Exhaust
N.O.
Exhaust
Pressure
Exhaust
Double acting
Exhaust
Pressure
Pressure
In the case of N.C. and N.O. types, the port which does not receive
operating pressure is released to atmosphere. When intake and exhaust
directly from the valve is not desired due to problems with the ambient
environment or scattering of dust, etc., install piping and perform intake
and exhaust at a location which does not present a problem.
Lead wire color
Rated voltage
(1)
(2)
DC (Type B only)
Black
Red
100 VAC
Blue
Blue
200 VAC
Red
Red
Other AC
Gray
Gray
∗ There is no polarity.
Series VC, VX
DIN terminal (Class B only)
The figure below shows the internal connection of DIN terminal,
so connect DIN terminals with power supply.
4. For tubing connections, refer to pages 17-5-38 to 39.
+
1. Use electrical wires for piping with more than 0.5 to
1.25 mm2.
Further, do not allow excessive force to be applied
to the lines.
2. Use electrical circuits which do not generate
chattering in their contacts.
3. Use voltage which is within 10% of the rated
voltage. In cases with a DC power supply where
importance is placed on responsiveness, stay
within 5% of the rated value. The voltage drop is the
value in the lead wire section connecting the coil.
4. When electrical circuit is not acceptable for surge
voltage generated by solenoid, install a surge
absorber in parallel to the solenoid or use a
optional type with surge killer.
(VCB, VCL: Class H coil, Series VCS, VDW, VX, VQ)
5. Series VX, VQ
Use the option with surge voltage suppressor, with
surge voltage protection circuit.
2
3
Caution
1
1: +
(–)
Wiring
Terminal no.
2: –
(+)
1
2
DIN terminal
+ (–)
– (+)
∗ There is no polarity.
• Heavy-duty cord can be used up to the cable O.D. ø6 to 12.
• Use the tightening torques below for each section.
Connector
Binding head screw with flange
Tightening torque 0.5 to 0.6 N·m
Note)
Washer
Conformed cable
(Cable O.D. ø6 to 12 mm)
Rubber seal
Binding head screw
Tightening torque 0.5 to 0.6 N·m
Gasket
Note) For the one with outside diameter of the cable ø9 to 12 mm, remove
the internal parts of the rubber seal before using.
17-6-6
2/3 Port Process Valve Precautions 4
Be sure to read before handling.
For detailed precautions on every series, refer to main text.
Electrical Connections
Warning
Series VN
The figures below show the internal connection of DIN terminal or
terminal box, so connect them with power supply.
Series VC, VX
Conduit terminal
In the case of the conduit terminal, make connections according
to the marks shown below.
• Use the tightening torques below for each section.
• Properly seal the terminal connection (G 1/2) with the special
wiring conduit, etc.
With DIN terminal box
Terminal cover
1
1
+
1
2
G1/2
Tightening torque
0.5 to 0.6 N·m
Terminal no.
1
2
DIN terminal
+
+
–
–
Terminal
A
Combination screw
M3 Tightening torque
0.5 to 0.6 N·m
2
Connect the conduit terminal according to the marks shown below.
Combination screw
M3
Conduit terminal
View A-A
(Internal connection diagram)
A
– mark
G
Series VC
Conduit
When used as an IP65 equivalent, use seal (Part no. VCW20-156) to install the wiring conduit. Also, use the tightening torque
below for the conduit.
2
-
1
+
+ mark
2
-
A
+ mark
– mark
Combination screw
M3
Tightening torque
0.5 to 0.6 N·m
With terminal box
Combination screw
M3
A
Conduit terminal
View A-A
(Internal connection diagram)
Class H coil: AWG18
Class B coil: AWG20
SMC
(1)
(2)
Wiring conduit
Port size G 1/2
Tightening torque
0.5 to 0.6 N·m
Rated voltage
Seal (VCW20-15-6)
Lead wire color
(1)
(2)
DC
Black
Red
100 VAC
Blue
Blue
200 VAC
Red
Red
Gray
Gray
Other AC
∗ There is no polarity.
Description
Part no.
Seal
VCW20-15-6
Note) Please order separately.
17-6-7
2/3 Port Process Valve Precautions 5
Be sure to read before handling.
For detailed precautions on every series, refer to main text.
Electrical Connections
Electrical Circuit
Caution
Caution
Series VC (Class B coil)
Series VDW
(1)
Grommet, Conduit, Conduit terminal, DIN connector
DC circuit
AC circuit
ZNR
ZNR
1 (+, –)
Rectifying
device
1
(2)
SOL.
2 (–, +)
2
Lead wire color
Rated voltage
(1)
(2)
DC
Black
Red
100 VAC
Blue
Blue
200 VAC
Red
Red
Gray
Gray
Other AC
∗ There is no polarity.
SOL.
Without indicator light
Without indicator light
Conduit terminal, DIN terminal
DC circuit
AC circuit
ZNR
ZNR
1 (+, –)
Series VQ20/30
Grommet
Rectifying
device
1
Black (–) DC
SOL.
SOL.
Blue (100 VAC)
2 (–, +)
Red (200 VAC)
2
Indicator light
Indicator light
With indicator light
With indicator light
Red (+) DC
Blue (100 VAC)
Series VC (Class H coil)
Red (100 VAC)
Grommet, Conduit, Conduit terminal
AC circuit
∗ For energy-saving circuit, there is the polarity.
1
DIN terminal
Since internal connections are as shown below for the DIN
terminal, make connections to the power supply accordingly.
SOL.
2
Without indicator light
+
2
3
1
1: +
(–)
2: –
(+)
Series VDW
DC circuit
AC circuit
ZNR
1 (+, –)
Terminal no.
1
2
DIN terminal
+
–
∗ For energy-saving circuit, there is the polarity.
Heavy-duty cord can be used up to the cable O.D. ø3.5 to 7.
Ground nut
Tightening torque
1.65 to 2.5 N·m
Holding screw
Tightening torque
0.3 to 0.4 N·m
Washer
Grommet (Rubber)
(Voltage symbol)
Housing
(Position for light mounting)
Terminal block
Terminal screw (3 locations)
Tightening torque
0.2 to 0.25 N·m
17-6-8
Shaved part
1
SOL.
2 (–, +)
Rectifying
device
SOL.
2
2/3 Port Process Valve Precautions 6
Be sure to read before handling.
For detailed precautions on every series, refer to main text.
Electrical Circuit
Caution
Series VX
Grommet, Conduit, Conduit terminal, DIN connector
Series VQ20/30
Grommet, DIN terminal
DC circuit
AC circuit
DC voltage
(With energy-saving circuit)
AC circuit
1 (+, –)
1
1 (+)
1
Rectifying device
SOL.
Timer circuit
2 (–, +)
SOL.
2
Without indicator light
Without indicator light
SOL.
2 (–)
SOL.
2
Without indicator light
Conduit terminal, DIN terminal
DC circuit
AC circuit
1 (+, –)
1
With indicator light
SOL.
2 (–, +)
Indicator light
With indicator light
With indicator light
Grommet
DC voltage
(With energy-saving circuit)
AC circuit
Rectifying
device
1 (+)
Indicator light
1
Timer circuit
2
Indicator light
1 (+, –)
SOL.
SOL.
2 (–)
2
Indicator light
With indicator light
With indicator light
DIN terminal
DC voltage
(With energy-saving circuit)
AC circuit
Indicator light
Rectifying device
1 (+)
1
Timer circuit
2 (–, +)
DC circuit
SOL.
SOL.
Without indicator light
2 (–)
SOL.
SOL.
2
With indicator light
With indicator light
17-6-9
2/3 Port Process Valve Precautions 7
Be sure to read before handling.
For detailed precautions on every series, refer to main text.
Operating Environment
Warning
1. Do not use valves in atmospheres of corrosive
gases, chemicals, salt water, water or steam, or
where there is direct contact with same.
2. Do not use in explosive atmospheres.
3. Do not use in locations where vibration or impact
occurs.
4. Do not use in locations subject to emissive heat.
5. Employ suitable protective measures in locations
where there is contact with water droplets, oil or
welding spatter, etc.
Lubrication
If a lubricant is used in the system, use turbine oil Class 1,
ISO VG32 (no additive). But do not lubricate the valve with
EPR seal.
Refer to the below brand name table of lubricants compliant to
Class 1 turbine oil (without additive), ISO VG32.
Class 1 Turbine Oil (with no additive), ISO VG32
Idemitsu Kosan Co.,Ltd.
Nippon Mitsubishi Oil Corp.
32
Turbine oil P-32
Turbine oil 32
Cosmo Oil Co.,Ltd.
Cosmo turbine 32
Japan Energy Corp.
Kyodo turbine 32
Kygnus Oil Co.
Turbine oil 32
Kyushu Oil Co.
Stork turbine 32
NIPPON OIL CORPORATION
Showa Shell Sekiyu K.K.
Tonen General Sekiyu K.K.
Fuji Kosan Co.,Ltd.
Mitsubishi turbine 32
Turbine 32
General R turbine 32
Fucoal turbine 32
Please contact SMC regarding Class 2 turbine oil (with additives), ISO
VG32.
Maintenance and Inspection
Warning
1. Removing the product
The valve will reach high temperatures from high temperature
fluids such as steam. Confirm that the valve has cooled
sufficiently before performing work. If touched inadvertently,
there is a danger of being burned.
1) Shut off the fluid supply and release the fluid pressure in the
system.
2) In the case of air pilot or air-operated type, shut off the
supply air source and discharge the compressed air inside
a pilot piping.
3) Shut off the power supply.
4) Remove the product.
2. Remove any remaining chemicals and carefully
replace them with pure water or air, etc., before
beginning work activities. (Series LV)
3. Low frequency operation
In order to prevent malfunction, conduct a switching operation
of a valve every 30 days. Also, in order to use it under the
optimum state, conduct a regular inspection once a half year.
17-6-10
5. Do not disassemble the product. Products which
have been disassembled cannot be guaranteed.
If disassembly is necessary, please contact SMC.
Maintenance and Inspection
Caution
1. Filters and strainers
1) Be careful regarding clogging of filters and strainers.
2) Replace filters after one year of use, or earlier if the amount
of pressure drop reaches 0.1 MPa.
3) Clean the strainer when pressure drop exceeds 0.1 MPa.
If operated with lubrication, be sure to continue the lubrication.
1. The valve has been lubricated for life at
manufacture, and does not require lubrication in
service.
Viscosity
according to
ISO Grade
When the manual override is operated, connected equipment
will be actuated.
Operate after safety is confirmed.
2. Lubrication
Caution
Classification of
viscosity (cst)
(40°C)
4. Manual override
3. How to store for a long period of time
Remove water completely from valves before storing for a long
period of time to avoid the dust generation and damage to the
rubber material.
4. Flush drainage from filters regularly.
Precautions on Handling
Warning
1. Valves will reach high temperatures from high
temperature fluids. Use caution, as there is a
danger of being burned if a valve is touched
directly.
Caution
Series LV
1. When the diaphragm is made of PTFE
Please note that when the product is shipped from the factory,
gases such as N2 and air may leak from the valve at a rate of
1 cm3/min (when pressurized).
2. When operated at a very low flow rate, the series
LV with flow rate adjustment may vibrate, etc.
depending on the operating conditions. Therefore,
operate it after careful examination of the flow rate,
pressure and piping conditions.
3. In the series LV, water hammering may occur
depending on the fluid pressure conditions. In most
cases, improvement is possible by adjusting the
pilot pressure with a speed controller, etc., but the
flow rate, pressure and piping conditions should be
reviewed.
4. To adjust the flow rate for the series LV with flow
rate adjustment, open gradually starting from the
fully closed condition.
Opening is accomplished by turning the adjustment
knob counterclockwise. It is in the fully closed
condition when the product is shipped from the
factory.
5. After a long period of nonuse, perform a test run
before beginning regular operation.
6. Since the LVC is packaged in a clean room use
sufficient care in handling when opened.
Quality Assurance Information
(ISO 9001, ISO 14001)
Reliable quality of products in the global market
To enable our customers throughout
the world to use our products with
even greater confidence, SMC has
obtained certification for international
standards “ISO 9001” and “ISO
14001”, and created a complete
structure for quality assurance and
environmental
controls.
SMC
products pursue to meet its
customers’ expectations while also
considering company’s contribution in
society.
SMC’s quality control system
Make customers our
first priority, offering
them reliable and
friendly service.
Produce the highest
quality with the
participation of all
employees.
Create new
products using the
latest technology,
and offer the finest
products in a
timely manner.
Quality policies
Market research
Product planning
After service
Sales coordination
Quality management system
ISO 9001
This is an international standard for quality control
and quality assurance. SMC has obtained a large
number of certifications in Japan and overseas,
providing assurance to our customers throughout
the world.
Quality system
education
Training of
suppliers
Research
Education
Design
Training
Development
Production
New product evaluation
Reliability design
Reliability testing
New technical
development
Process control
Inspection, testing, etc.
Initial production control
Quality control activities
Environmental management system
ISO 14001
This is an international standard related to
environmental management systems and
environmental inspections. While promoting
environmentally friendly automation technology,
SMC is also making diligent efforts to preserve
the environment.
17-6-11
SMC Product Conforming to Inter
SMC products complying with EN/ISO, CSA/UL standards are supporting
CE Mark
The CE mark indicates that machines and components meet essential requirements of all the EC Directives
applied.
It has been obligatory to apply CE marks indicating conformity with EC Directives when machines and
components are exported to the member Nations of the EU.
Once “A manufacturer himself” declares a product to be safe by means of CE marking (declaration of
conformity by manufacturer), free distribution inside the member Nations of the EU is permissible.
CE Mark
SMC provides CE marking to products to which EMC and Low Voltage Directives have been applied, in
accordance with CETOP (European hydraulics and pneumatics committee) guide lines.
As of February 1998, the following 18 countries will be obliged to conform to CE mark legislation
Iceland, Ireland, United Kingdom, Italy, Austria, Netherlands, Greece, Liechtenstein, Sweden, Spain, Denmark,
Germany, Norway, Finland, France, Belgium, Portugal, Luxembourg
EC Directives and Pneumatic Components
• Machinery Directive
The Machinery Directive contains essential health and safety requirements for machinery, as applied to
industrial machines e.g. machine tools, injection molding machines and automatic machines. Pneumatic
equipment is not specified in Machinery Directive. However, the use of SMC products that are certified as
conforming to EN Standards, allows customers to simplify preparation work of the Technical Construction File
required for a Declaration of Conformity.
• Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive
The EMC Directive specifies electromagnetic compatibility. Equipment which may generate electromagnetic
interference or whose function may be compromised by electromagnetic interference is required to be immune
to electromagnetic affects (EMS/immunity) without emitting excessive electromagnetic affects (EMI/emission).
• Low Voltage Directive
This directive is applied to products, which operate above 50 VAC to 1000 VAC and 75 VDC to 1500 VDC
operating voltage, and require electrical safety measures to be introduced.
• Simple Pressure Vessels Directive
This directive is applied to welded vessels whose maximum operating pressure (PS) and volume of vessel (V)
exceed 50 bar/L. Such vessels require EC type examination and then CE marking.
17-6-12
SMC Product Conforming to International Standards
national Standards
you to comply with EC directives and CSA/UL standards.
Mark of compliance
for CSA/UL
Mark of compliance
for CSA
CSA Standards & UL Standards
UL and CSA standards have been applied in North America (U.S.A. and Canada) symbolizing safety of electric
products, and are defined to mainly prevent danger from electric shock or fire, resulting from trouble with
electric products. Both UL and CSA standards are acknowledged in North America as the first class certifying
body. They have a long experience and ability for issuing product safety certificate. Products approved by CSA
or UL standards are accepted in most states and governments beyond question.
Since CSA is a test certifying body as the National Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) within the
jurisdiction of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), SMC was tested for compliance with
CSA Standards and UL Standards at the same time and was approved for compliance with the two Standards.
The above CSA NRTL/C logo is described on a product label in order to indicate that the product is approved
by CSA and UL Standards.
TSSA (MCCR) Registration Products
TSSA is the regulation in Ontario State, Canada. The products that the operating pressure is more than 5 psi
(0.03 MPa) and the piping size is bigger than 1 inch. fall into the scope of TSSA regulation.
Products conforming to CE Standard
With CE symbol for simple visual recognition
In this catalog each accredited product series is indicated with a
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models may not meet CE compliance. Please visit our web site
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SMC’s Global Service Network
America
Europe
U.S.A. SMC Corporation of America
3011 North Franklin Road Indianapolis, IN 46226, U.S.A.
TEL: 317-899-4440 FAX: 317-899-3102
U.K. SMC Pneumatics (U.K.) Ltd.
Vincent Avenue, Crownhill, Milton Keynes, MK8 0AN, Backinghamshire, U.K.
TEL: 01908-563888 FAX: 01908-561185
CANADA SMC Pneumatics (Canada) Ltd.
6768 Financial Drive Mississauga, Ontario, L5N 7J6 Canada
TEL: 905-812-0400 FAX: 905-812-8686
GERMANY SMC Pneumatik GmbH
Boschring 13-15 D-63329 Egelsbach, Germany
TEL: 06103-4020 FAX: 06103-402139
MEXICO SMC Corporation (Mexico), S.A. DE C.V.
Carr. Silao-Trejo K.M. 2.5 S/N, Predio San Jose del Duranzo
C.P. 36100, Silao, Gto., Mexico
TEL: 472-72-2-55-00 FAX: 472-72-2-59-44/2-59-46
ITALY SMC Italia S.p.A.
Via Garibaldi 62 I-20061 Carugate Milano, Italy
TEL: 02-9271365 FAX: 02-9271365
CHILE SMC Pneumatics (Chile) S.A.
Av. La Montaña 1,115 km. 16,5 P. Norte Parque
Industrial Valle Grande, Lampa Santiago, Chile
TEL: 02-270-8600 FAX: 02-270-8601
ARGENTINA SMC Argentina S.A.
Teodoro Garcia 3860 (1427) Buenos Aires, Argentina
TEL: 011-4555-5762 FAX: 011-4555-5762
BOLIVIA SMC Pneumatics Bolivia S.R.L.
Avenida Beni Numero 4665
Santa Cruz de la Sierra-Casilla de Correo 2281, Bolivia
TEL: 591-3-3428383 FAX: 591-3-3449900
VENEZUELA SMC Neumatica Venezuela S.A.
Apartado 40152, Avenida Nueva Granada, Edificio Wanlac,
Local 5, Caracas 1040-A, Venezuela
TEL: 2-632-1310 FAX: 2-632-3871
FRANCE SMC Pneumatique S.A.
1 Boulevard de Strasbourg, Parc Gustave Eiffel, Bussy Saint Georges, F-77600
Marne La Vallee Cedex 3 France
TEL: 01-64-76-10-00 FAX: 01-64-76-10-10
SWEDEN SMC Pneumatics Sweden AB
Ekhagsvägen 29-31, S-141 05 Huddinge, Sweden
TEL: 08-603-07-00 FAX: 08-603-07-10
SWITZERLAND SMC Pneumatik AG
Dorfstrasse 7, Postfach 117, CH-8484 Weisslingen, Switzerland
TEL: 052-396-3131 FAX: 052-396-3191
AUSTRIA SMC Pneumatik GmbH (Austria)
Girakstrasse 8, A-2100 Korneuburg, Austria
TEL: 0-2262-6228-0 FAX: 0-2262-62285
SPAIN SMC España, S.A.
Zuazobidea 14 Pol. Ind. Júndiz 01015 Vitoria, Spain
TEL: 945-184-100 FAX: 945-184-510
PERU (Distributor) IMPECO Automatizacion Industrial S.A.
AV. Canevaro 752, Lince, Lima, Peru
TEL: 1-471-6002 FAX: 1-471-0935
IRELAND SMC Pneumatics (Ireland) Ltd.
2002 Citywest Business Campus, Naas Road, Saggart, Co. Dublin, Ireland
TEL: 01-403-9000 FAX: 01-466-0385
URUGUAY (Distributor) BAKO S.A.
Galicia 1650 esq. Gaboto C.P. 11200, Montevideo, Uruguay
TEL: 2-401-6603 FAX: 2-409-4306
NETHERLANDS (Associated company) SMC Pneumatics BV
De Ruyterkade 120, NL-1011 AB Amsterdam, Netherlands
TEL: 020-5318888 FAX: 020-5318880
BRAZIL SMC Pneumaticos Do Brasil Ltda.
Rua. Dra. Maria Fidelis, nr. 130, Jardim Piraporinha-Diadema-S.P.
CEP: 09950-350, Brasil
TEL: 11-4051-1177 FAX: 11-4071-6636
GREECE (Distributor) S.Parianopoulos S.A.
7, Konstantinoupoleos Street 11855 Athens, Greece
TEL: 01-3426076 FAX: 01-3455578
COLOMBIA (Distributor) Airmatic Ltda.
Calle 18 69-05 Apart. Aereo 081045 Santa Fe de Bogotá, Colombia
TEL: 1-424-9240 FAX: 1-424-9260
DENMARK SMC Pneumatik A/S
Knudsminde 4 B DK-8300
Odder, Denmark
TEL: 70252900 FAX: 70252901
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SMC’s Global Service Network
Europe
Oceania/Asia
FINLAND SMC Pneumatics Finland OY
PL72, Tiistinniityntie 4, SF-02231 ESP00, Finland
TEL: 09-8595-80 FAX: 09-8595-8595
AUSTRALIA SMC Pneumatics (Australia) Pty.Ltd.
14-18 Hudson Avenue Castle Hill NSW 2154, Australia
TEL: 02-9354-8222 FAX: 02-9894-5719
NORWAY SMC Pneumatics Norway A/S
Vollsveien 13C, Granfoss Næringspark N-1366 LYSAKER, Norway
TEL: 67-12-90-20 FAX: 67-12-90-21
NEW ZEALAND SMC Pneumatics (New Zealand) Ltd.
8C Sylvia Park Road Mt.Wellington Auckland, New Zealand
TEL: 09-573-7007 FAX: 09-573-7002
BELGIUM (Distributor) SMC Pneumatics N.V./S.A.
Nijverheidsstraat 20 B-2160 Wommelgem Belguim
TEL: 03-355-1464 FAX: 03-355-1466
TAIWAN SMC Pneumatics (Taiwan) Co.,Ltd.
17, Lane 205, Nansan Rd., Sec.2, Luzhu-Hsiang, Taoyuan-Hsien, TAIWAN
TEL: 03-322-3443 FAX: 03-322-3387
POLAND SMC Industrial Automation Polska Sp.z.o.o.
ul. Konstruktorska 11A, PL-02-673 Warszawa, Poland
TEL: 022-548-5085 FAX: 022-548-5087
HONG KONG SMC Pneumatics (Hong Kong) Ltd.
29/F, Clifford Centre, 778-784 Cheung, Sha Wan Road, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon,
Hong Kong
TEL: 2744-0121 FAX: 2785-1314
TURKEY (Distributor) Entek Pnömatik San.ve Tic. Ltd. Sti
Perpa Tic. Merkezi Kat:11 No.1625 80270 Okmeydani Istanbul, Türkiye
TEL: 0212-221-1512 FAX: 0212-221-1519
RUSSIA SMC Pneumatik LLC.
36/40 Sredny prospect V.O. St. Petersburg 199004, Russia
TEL: 812-118-5445 FAX: 812-118-5449
CZECH SMC Industrial Automation CZ s.r.o.
Hudcova 78a, CZ-61200 Brno, Czech Republic
TEL: 05-4121-8034 FAX: 05-4121-8034
HUNGARY SMC Hungary Ipari Automatizálási kft.
Budafoki ut 107-113 1117 Budapest
TEL: 01-371-1343 FAX: 01-371-1344
ROMANIA SMC Romania S.r.l.
Str. Frunzei, Nr. 29, Sector 2, Bucharest, Romania
TEL: 01-3205111 FAX: 01-3261489
SLOVAKIA SMC Priemyselná automatizáciá, s.r.o
Nova 3, SK-83103 Bratislava
TEL: 02-4445-6725 FAX: 02-4445-6028
SLOVENIA SMC Industrijska Avtomatilca d.o.o.
Grajski trg 15, SLO- 8360 Zuzemberk, Slovenia
TEL: 07388-5240 FAX: 07388-5249
SOUTH AFRICA (Distributor) Hyflo Southern Africa (Pty.) Ltd.
P.O.Box 240 Paardeneiland 7420 South Africa
TEL: 021-511-7021 FAX: 021-511-4456
EGYPT (Distributor) Saadani Trading & Ind. Services
15 Sebaai Street, Miami 21411 Alexandria, Egypt
TEL: 3-548-50-34 FAX: 3-548-50-34
SINGAPORE SMC Pneumatics (S.E.A.) Pte. Ltd.
89 Tuas Avenue 1, Jurong Singapore 639520
TEL: 6861-0888 FAX: 6861-1889
PHILIPPINES SHOKETSU SMC Corporation
Unit 201 Common Goal Tower, Madrigal Business Park,
Ayala Alabang Muntinlupa, Philippines
TEL: 02-8090565 FAX: 02-8090586
MALAYSIA SMC Pneumatics (S.E.A.) Sdn. Bhd.
Lot 36 Jalan Delima1/1, Subang Hi-Tech Industrial Park, Batu 3 40000 Shah Alam
Selangor, Malaysia
TEL: 03-56350590 FAX: 03-56350602
SOUTH KOREA SMC Pneumatics Korea Co., Ltd.
Woolim e-BIZ Center (Room 1008), 170-5, Guro-Dong, Guro-Gu,
Seoul, 152-050, South Korea
TEL: 02-3219-0700 FAX: 02-3219-0702
CHINA SMC (China) Co., Ltd.
7 Wan Yuan St. Beijing Economic & Technological Development Zone 100176, China
TEL: 010-67882111 FAX: 010-67881837
THAILAND SMC Thailand Ltd.
134/6 Moo 5, Tiwanon Road, Bangkadi, Amphur Muang, Patumthani 12000, Thailand
TEL: 02-963-7099 FAX: 02-501-2937
INDIA SMC Pneumatics (India) Pvt. Ltd.
D-107 to 112, Phase-2, Extension, Noida, Dist. Gautaim Budh Nagar,
U.P. 201 305, India
TEL: (0120)-4568730 FAX: 0120-4568933
INDONESIA (Distributor) P.T. Riyadi Putera Makmur
Jalan Hayam Wuruk Komplek Glodok Jaya No. 27-28 Jakarta 11180 Indonesia
TEL: 021-625 5548 FAX: 021-625 5888
PAKISTAN (Distributor) Jubilee Corporation
First Floor Mercantile Centre, Newton Road Near Boulton Market P.O. Box 6165
Karachi 74000 Pakistan
TEL: 021-243-9070/8449 FAX: 021-241-4589
ISRAEL (Distributor) Baccara Automation Control
Kvutzat Geva 18915 Israel
TEL: 04-653-5960 FAX: 04-653-1445
SAUDI ARABIA (Distributor) Assaggaff Trading Est.
P.O. Box 3385 Al-Amir Majed Street, Jeddah-21471, Saudi Arabia
TEL: 02-6761574 FAX: 02-6708173
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