The TwinPower actuator technology features two coils, instead of the single coil used up to now, which can increase the power density, making it possible to make solenoid valves more compact while retaining the same power. A valve of dimensions 16 x 26 x 46mm (BxDxFH) can have the same power of a 10 x 20 x 44 mm valve. This corresponds to a reduction in design space of 54%.The new actuator design is being used in the company’s 6624 and 6626 TwinPower media-separated minimum-size solenoid valves.The Bürkert devices are equipped with hit-and-hold electronics, which can reduces the energy consumption by 75%. This also reduces the heat emission from the device. The surface-to-volume ratio for the valves is set up so that the coils can release heat to the outside more quickly than previously, and so the heat transferred into the medium is reduced. The 6624 and 6626 TwinPower media-separated minimum-size solenoid valves have been designed for use in the areas of life science, clinical diagnostics, medical technology, and environmental analysis.