GC Valves — Your Single Source for Solenoid Valves

GCValves2GC Valves – in partnership with Components For Automation — designs and manufactures world class solenoid valves to meet the rigors of today’s most demanding applications.

Whether building ITT General Controls designs or adapting the designs of Europe’s leading solenoid valve manufacturer, GC Valves has the solenoid valve that meets all your application needs. Most are available in brass or stainless steel construction, and many are also available in plastic bodies.

Variations are available to handle virtually any liquid or gas from vacuum to high flow / pressure; cryogenics to steam; natural gas to fuel oil; air and water to reagents and enzymes; ultra-pure to corrosive.

Pipe sizes from 10-32 to 2 inch in single valve, manifold, explosion proof and intrinsically safe designs. Latching and low power designs, too. All at competitive prices.

To learn more, you can browse lists of typical air, water, steam, and combustion valves. Industrial solenoid valve manifolds — for air and gases, as well as water, light oil and other liquids — are also listed. You can submit your application to our engineers for solenoid valve recommendations. You may also browse to discover if our standard High Performance solenoid valves fit your needs or contact us and we’ll design a variation that will.

You can easily locate your nearest Master Distributor and we’ve also included our East Coast and West Coast customer service contact information.

At GC Valves we are “Your Single Source For Solenoid Valves.”

All GC Valves products are available at Stromquist Company and Edward C. Smyers Co.

Ken Smyers

Ken Smyers

Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of the CTA Awards. HVAC and Security Sales Engineer and Integration Consultant with over thirty years of industry experience.

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