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  • Bürkert 6011 solenoids with Buna seals ... available very soon

    Hi guys

    This is a heads up if you are looking for a high quality solenoid at a reasonable price for your pressurized CO2 systems. Bürkert is going to have two models of their 6011 1/8" NPT solenoids with Buna-N Seals for CO2 duty. Buna-N is the seal material used in paintball guns and holds up very well with CO2 use. One model will have a brass body and the other one will have a stainless steel body. They will be manufactured in Germany. Below are the specifications and the ordering information.

    Left C





    New Bürkert 6011 Buna-N solenoid part numbers, LED DIN part numbers and prices

    • Bürkert 6011 material: BRASS: 00463938
    • Bürkert 6011 material: STAINLESS STEEL: 00463939

    These are all three 2506 DIN 120V LED DIN's. The model 008 403 (w/o circuitry) is the one recommended for our use. Do note that these solenoids come stock with a DIN connector that doesn't have an LED. The LED DIN connectors are optional. These is a one week lead time on these DIN connectors.
    • 120V model 008 403 has a LED w/o circuitry with a max 3A circuit rating
    • 120V model 008 355 has a LED, varistor and rectifier with a max 1A circuit rating
    • 120V model 008 409 has a LED and varistor with a max 3A circuit rating (A varistor is a type of surge protector and the rectifier changes the current from AC to DC.)



    NOTE: If you want a solenoid with the LED DIN cable plug, you will have to order both the solenoid and the LED DIN. The solenoid does not come as stock with a cable plug.


    **** Bürkert technical support told me that these 6011 solenoids are designed such that being energized 24/7 is not a problem.


    6011 BUNA-N SOLENOID SPECIFICATIONS

    00463938
    • material: BRASS
    • description: 2/2-WAY MINI-SOLENOID VALVE, DIR. ACTING
    • mat description: 6011-A02,0BBMSNM81-2-120/60-04 PD02
    • type: 6011
    • circuit function: A: 2/2-WAYS; NORMALLY CLOSED
    • orifice size: 02,0: 5/64
    • seal material: BB: NBR
    • body material: MS: BR
    • port connection: NM81: NPT1/8
    • coil size: 2: 0,79 INCH
    • voltage: 120V
    • frequency: 60Hz
    • power consumption: 4W
    • Var1: PD02: UR (UL-RECOGNIZED)/CSA-APPROVAL
    • technical data: PRESSURE
    • pressure min: 0
    • pressure max: 8
    • technical data: FLOW-RATE
    • KV: 0,110


    00463939
    • material: STAINLESS STEEL
    • description: 2/2-WAY MINI-SOLENOID VALVE, DIR. ACTING
    • mat description: 6011-A02,0BBVANM81-2-120/60-04 PD02
    • type: 6011
    • circuit function: A: 2/2-WAYS; NORMALLY CLOSED
    • orifice size: 02,0: 5/64
    • seal material: BB: NBR
    • body material: VA: SS
    • port connection: NM81: NPT1/8
    • coil size: 2: 0,79 INCH
    • voltage: 120V
    • frequency: 60Hz
    • power consumption: 4W
    • Var1: PD02: UR (UL-RECOGNIZED)/CSA-APPROVAL
    • technical data: PRESSURE
    • pressure min: 0
    • pressure max: 8
    • technical data: FLOW-RATE
    • KV: 0,110


    __________________________________________________ ________________________________________________



    Brett Easterling, at Bürkert, called me on 6/26/10 and told me that there are going to be two 6011 series solenoids available with Buna-N seals vs the Viton seals that usually come in them. Buna-N is very good for CO2 duty where Viton is just rated as good with CO2.

    They will be based on their brass model numbers 456786 and their stainless steel model model number 457157. These have 1/8" NPT ports and are made for 120v/60Hz.


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    freshwatersystems.com will be carrying these solenoids for direct order from them.

    This is the link to the two Buna-N solenoids and LED DIN cable plugs with and without a varistor at freshwatersystems.com. https://www.freshwatersystems.com/c-...id-valves.aspx

    http://www.freshwatersystems.com/p-6...rass-body.aspx

    http://www.freshwatersystems.com/p-6...teel-body.aspx

    http://www.freshwatersystems.com/p-6...-varistor.aspx

    http://www.freshwatersystems.com/p-6...-varistor.aspx



    How to wire the 2056 cable plug and proper orientation of the solenoid. It is directional.


    Wiring the Bürkert cable plug DIY: http://www.barrreport.com/showthread...-6011-solenoid

    Make sure that you have the Bürkert solenoid in the proper orientation: http://www.barrreport.com/showthread...eventing-leaks
    Last edited by Left C; 06-11-2011, 04:24 AM.

  • #2
    This is nice to see. Does make me curious though if anyone has had problems with the Viton deteriorating to the point of leaking / failure due to exposure to CO2. I'd also like to see the interior design of the valve. After pulling apart a few different Parker solenoid valves I came to the conclusion that some are better able to handle a little bit of grit / foreign debris getting inside without causing a malfunction.
    "Do, then talk about it.
    No do? No talk!!" - Tom Barr

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    • #3
      Bürkert says that it's not that the Viton seals are bad; it's just that the Buna seals are better than Viton for CO2 use. A plus is that there is no price increase for the Buna seals.

      My 456786 with Viton seals is about 3 years old and I haven't had any trouble with it at all.

      Is the Bürkert better than than some models of Parker solenoids? I don't know. I haven't used any Parker solenoids.

      Right now, in order to get a good Parker, You have to either wait on ebay (to produce one) or probably pay retail for one. These Bürkert's are going to be available at a good price.
      Last edited by Left C; 06-27-2010, 06:32 AM.

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      • #4
        This is good! Mine stuck open on me again today, after my last round of trying to fix it again 2 days ago - I think I'm finally done with this thing,.. and i'm more than willing to spend the money on a reliable peice of equiptment that I don't have to have apart twice a week.

        Whiskey
        When you come across a swordsman, show him your sword.
        Do not give your poem, to a man who is not a poet.

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        • #5
          Orlando from GLA says he's got some custom SS models that will never clog or stick.
          They will be a bit more, but really good grade.

          Regards,
          Tom Barr
          www.BarrReport.com

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          • #6
            I would love to try Burkert!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Tom Barr View Post
              Orlando from GLA says he's got some custom SS models that will never clog or stick.
              They will be a bit more, but really good grade.

              Regards,
              Tom Barr
              He doesn't sell individual parts though.

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              • #8
                Definitely agree that this is good news. A Burkert is the next thing on my list after the regulator.

                It is a shame Orlando doesn't sell the custom SS models individually
                Last edited by D-007; 06-29-2010, 03:30 PM.

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                • #9
                  Left C,

                  I assume I can order an electical cord for this solenoid as well at the same time? Anything else I need just for the solenoid portion of a new rig?
                  Thanks,

                  Gerry.

                  'When something's not right, it's wrong'. Bob Dylan

                  Current 220 scape

                  http://www.barrreport.com/showthread...3219-220-video

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Gerryd View Post
                    Left C,

                    I assume I can order an electrical cord for this solenoid as well at the same time? Anything else I need just for the solenoid portion of a new rig?
                    It doesn't come with a power cord. It uses an 18/3 power cord. This is the power cord used on many home computers.

                    You can use the more common 16/3 with a bit of fiddling. Here is bsmith's DIY using a 16/3 power cord. http://www.barrreport.com/showthread...9199#post59199

                    You shouldn't need anything else other than a non-hardening pipe joint compound for assembly with the fittings.
                    Last edited by Left C; 05-31-2011, 05:04 AM.

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                    • #11
                      I just ordered one of each solenoid.
                      Last edited by Left C; 05-31-2011, 04:52 AM.

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                      • #12
                        Left C,

                        Didn't you have a Burkert before?

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                        • #13
                          Yes. I've been using a 456786 for about 3 years. No problems. It's the solenoid shown in my avatar. The only minus is that it doesn't have a light to show when it's on like the Clippards' have. You can get a LED cable plug in three varieties..
                          Last edited by Left C; 06-08-2011, 06:34 PM.

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                          • #14
                            Actually you can get LED connectors for them. I have a few in use right now that are a few years old.

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                            • #15
                              Having an LED with the 120V solenoids is great news. I looked over Bürkert's 6011 spec sheets a few months back and all I saw listed with LED's were the 24V DC models. I didn't even ask Brett about them because of what I read.

                              I'll ask him about them after the holiday. I would like to have them included.

                              Thanks a bunch!

                              PS: Are you going to Daytona?

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