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The solenoid valve chase, after Parker H3L

Good news to anyone successfully land the Parker Hannifin H3L Metering valve, there is burkert solenoid available, about 1/10 of the retail, it is the model 2822, miniature solenoid and much better than the burkert 6011.

The burkert 2822 is $200+ retail, stainless steel, only made in Germany, you can't even find this model on Burkert USA website, and have to special order and ship from Germany.
it is only 2 watt power consumption, the lowest power consumption I 've seen on the 1/8" npt ported solenoid from burkert.

Actually I've been eyeing this solenoid for more than a year, only see it available recently and the seller sell it at $25.

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post #2 of 92 (permalink) Old 10-23-2012, 12:05 PM
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I don't see it.
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31 each now, seller has 68 of em it seems. Search for burkert 2822 on evilbay.

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I don't even need another regulator but a Burkert 2822 with a Parker H3L is a ridiculous combo for as cheap as they are. Sorta jelly here!


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The problem is that the seller has them listed as an auction. I imagine the price we'll end up paying shipped will be close to $50. Plus you still need a 24 volt dc power supply. Still, not bad for what you get...

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Got some of these valves already, runs cool and sturdy, look good on the full stainless steel setup with this valve.
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Bettatail, I PMed you. I found a valve and wondered if it might work.
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zero results on this right now, must be all gone.
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Hmm.. dont see it any more.. anyone can confirm its still available?
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Hmm.. dont see it any more.. anyone can confirm its still available?
The seller has a ton of them. Unless the buyer buys them all, he'll just relist them.
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I bought just one with my winning bid, so I'm sure there will be another auction or BIN shortly. Maybe over the next few months if they're sold one at a time! I capped my bid in hopes of keeping prices down for future buyers.

Thanks Bettatail for posting this, I've been trolling evilbaby looking at solenoids for a loooooong time...


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I bought just one with my winning bid, so I'm sure there will be another auction or BIN shortly. Maybe over the next few months if they're sold one at a time! I capped my bid in hopes of keeping prices down for future buyers.

Thanks Bettatail for posting this, I've been trolling evilbaby looking at solenoids for a loooooong time...
Very nice! I messaged the seller on eBay and he agreed to sell me 2 valves at the winning bid price. Just a heads up folks.

Update: I purchased 2 valves from him for $78 shipped (2 x $35 + $8 shipping). Very easy to deal with.

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Good news to anyone successfully land the Parker Hannifin H3L Metering valve, there is burkert solenoid available, about 1/10 of the retail, it is the model 2822, miniature solenoid and much better than the burkert 6011.

The burkert 2822 is $200+ retail, stainless steel, only made in Germany, you can't even find this model on Burkert USA website, and have to special order and ship from Germany.
it is only 2 watt power consumption, the lowest power consumption I 've seen on the 1/8" npt ported solenoid from burkert.

Actually I've been eyeing this solenoid for more than a year, only see it available recently and the seller sell it at $25.
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Good news to anyone successfully land the Parker Hannifin H3L Metering valve, there is burkert solenoid available, about 1/10 of the retail, it is the model 2822, miniature solenoid and much better than the burkert 6011.

The burkert 2822 is $200+ retail, stainless steel, only made in Germany, you can't even find this model on Burkert USA website, and have to special order and ship from Germany.
it is only 2 watt power consumption, the lowest power consumption I 've seen on the 1/8" npt ported solenoid from burkert.

Actually I've been eyeing this solenoid for more than a year, only see it available recently and the seller sell it at $25.
Thanks for the heads up!! I just ordered on today.

But would anyone know if this adapter will power the solenoid correctly?

Solenoid calls for: 24VDC 2W

Power Adapter OUTPUT: 24VDC 700mA 17W



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Yes, that power adapter will work fine.

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