RPE Solenoid Valves

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Steam Series
Steam Series

The Steam series has been designed to work with fluids at high temperatures. Patented anti-scale system included.
Installed mainly on coffee machines and ironing systems.

PWM Board
PWM Board

An electronic board which reduces the absorption of current, and consequently the maximum temperature reached from the reel.
It works with solenoid valves, 24DC and 230V.
Suitable for coffee machines, water dispensers and appliances.

Taps and Sanitary
Taps and Sanitary

Studied for electronic systems our valves are characterized by compactness and scalar performance, they can ensure high flow, they are provided with special seals and offer mechanical performance typical of the most noble metals.

Beverages and Filtering
Beverages and Filtering

The RPE valves are widely used for water and drinks dispensers. In particular, the Dispensers Series is specifically designed to handle two different types of liquid (effervescent and natural water) or different temperature (cold and environment).

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Christmas 2017
Christmas 2017
we spent a busy and hard
year,rich in events and work,
thank you all for the great
collaboration.

RPE will remain closed for
Christmas holidays 
from December 23, 2017
to January 7, 2018
.

Best wishes!

02/12/2016 - Steam T Series

The T steam solenoid valves of RPE have beendeveloped to withstand high temperature fluids

This innovative valve design has an assembly which can be easily inspected and cleaned

 

 

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