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A 2-way solenoid valve is an electromechanical valve controlled by an electric current. The electric current runs through a solenoid, which is a wire coil wrapped around a metallic core. A solenoid creates a controlled magnetic field when an electrical current is passed through it. This magnetic field affects the state of the solenoid valve, causing the valve to open or close. 2-way solenoid valves are used to transport gases or liquids and have a wide variety of applications, including irrigation, sprinkler systems and industrial uses. 2-way solenoid valves allow substances to be transported in either direction within the valve, making them extremely versatile and useful for industrial applications. The mechanical force in a 2-way solenoid valve is the solenoid coil, which converts electrical energy into magnetic energy that is used to modulate the valve. A 2-way solenoid valve contains an inlet pipe, which transports the gas or liquid into the solenoid valve. The valve consists of a rubber or plastic stopper that is held against the inlet pipe to seal it closed. The front end of the stopper contains a rubber o-ring, which seals the inlet pipe and prevents the gas or liquid from entering the 2-way solenoid valve. The stopper is held in place by a metallic spring attached to the back end of the stopper.