The pulse valve is composed of a solenoid valve, a small valve body, a large valve body, a small diaphragm, a spring, and a large diaphragm. The valve body is made of alloy aluminum.
The diaphragm divides the electromagnetic pulse valve into two front and rear air chambers. When the compressed air is turned into the rear air chamber through the throttle hole, the rear air chamber pressure closes the diaphragm to the output port of the valve, and the electromagnetic pulse valve is in the “” Disabled. The electric signal of the pulse blowing control device disappears, the armature of the electromagnetic pulse valve is reset, the venting hole of the rear air chamber is closed, and the pressure of the rear air chamber is raised to make the diaphragm close to the valve outlet, and the electromagnetic pulse valve is in the “closed” state.