What are they used for? An essential and necessary component, valves are specifically used to control a fluid’s flow rate, pressure, and direction.
Pneumatic controlled valves are different. This device controls the direction of pressurized air, which is important for the system’s efficiency and success.
We discuss how different pneumatic controlled valves are in the following:
Pneumatic valves help release extra pressure from the system, which is why they are also called safety valves. They prevent the system from bursting. The inlet port, designed on the valve specifically for this purpose, is responsible for releasing pressure into the atmosphere. Pressure relief valves are typically found in air storage devices.
Flow control valves are the most commonly found types in pneumatic systems and applications. Available in two configurations, these valves can be used in two different ways!
It’s a variable restriction, outfitted with a component that controls, i.e. opens or closes the valve. An example of this configuration type is needle valve.
This type of valve also controls the direction of liquid flow, but only in one direction. The valve restricts flow in the opposite direction, like what the check valve does.
Directional valves of many sizes, styles or configurations are also featured in pneumatic systems. The type of valve required for a particular application depends on the operational level of the application, i.e. check valves for simple applications.
The following will help you choose the best pneumatic valve for your required application:
Additionally, you can find standardized valves in the market that will suit more than one specification. Look for a pneumatic valve manufacturer that fits all applications and their different specification requirements.
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