What is the significance of Solenoid to your Boat?

A solenoid creates a controlled magnetic field when an electrical current is passed through it. Solenoid is a tube-shaped coil of wire acting as a magnet when carrying electric current. It has a core material known as ferromagnetic that produce a uniform magnetic field in a volume of space.

The force in a solenoid valve is the solenoid coil, which converts electrical energy into magnetic energy that is used to modulate the valve. A solenoid valve has an inlet pipe that transports the gas or liquid into the solenoid valve. When the solenoid coil is deactivated, the force of the spring pushes the stopper back into place against the inlet pipe. An even more powerful solenoid uses hydraulics as its basis of power.  When the solenoid has released all of its energy, the hydraulic fluid drains out of the chamber and the piston is drawn back to its original position.  So you see, our boat can never do this well without the solenoid.

But of course, we must not just buy any solenoid.  We need to know what the compatible for our boat is whether it is mercruiser, Yamaha, Delco, Mercury or the like. That’s why in www.magemarinestore.com we offer variety of solenoid. Take a peak on some of it below.

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ARCO Solenoid SW984

  • Solenoid for Delco boat engine
  • Metric Solenoid
  • 12 volt
  • VOLVO PENTA Starter:

30124

30460

30140

30470

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ARCO Solenoid SW981

  • Solenoid for MERCURY boat engine
  • Mercury 65057A1, 65057, 65057T1
  • Grounded base
  • 12 volt
  • Mercruiser Starter:

30120

30456

50143

30123

50169

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ARCO Solenoid SW975

  • Solenoid for CHRYSLER boat engine
  • Grounded base 12 Volt
  • Replaces: Chrysler 177917

Now what are you waiting for. Check your solenoid and see if it is working properly. Or better yet, call us at 855.666.4220 to know what the solenoid fits for your boat. You can also reach us through email at sales@magemarinestore.com.  We will make sure that you will enjoy your ride to your boat by giving you advise and tip. Until on our next blog. Have a safe sailing!

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