What is the Pneumatic System?
The Pneumatic System Is A Collection of Interconnected Components Using Compressed Air To Work for Automated Equipment.
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Pneumatic Directional Control Valves - Pneumatic valves regulate airflow passage into pipes, providing proper air pressure and flow rates inside a pneumatic system.
Solenoid Valves - Solenoid valves can control the flow of air, gas, or liquid passage and pressure in a system. They adjust and control the speed of motors and cylinders inside a pneumatic or hydraulic system.
Pneumatic Direct Control / Solenoid Valve Replacement Coils - Coils are electrical components that generate an electromagnetic field to activate pneumatic valves.
Pneumatic Cylinders - Pneumatic cylinders or actuators transform compressed air energy into linear or rotary motion. They have two main types - single-acting and double-acting cylinders.
FRL Air Treatment - FRL is an air preparation unit combining filtration, regulation, and lubrication in one block to clean the air and increase the longevity of pneumatic tools and equipment.
Push-in-Fittings and Tubing- Push-in fitting, also known as a push-to-connect fitting, provides quick, leak-free, and reliable means to connect tubes to compressed air systems, saving time and money.
Benefits of Pneumatic System
High Efficiency - There is a free and unlimited supply of regular air in the atmosphere, which can be used to produce compressed air. The latter can be transferred to the system through pipes easily. And after its usage, this air can be released into the atmosphere without any need for processing.
Low Maintenance - As the air is pulled from the atmosphere, pneumatic systems are durable and have a lower maintenance cost than any other system. Meanwhile, the materials used for pneumatic systems are relatively affordable.
Safety - Compared to electromotive systems, pneumatics doesn’t get power or energy from electricity, and when working in a combustible atmosphere, the system won’t cause fires or explosions. Also, when overloaded, pneumatic automation components and systems don’t get overheated or burnt.
Simplicity - Pneumatic systems are easy to use, and the design is relatively simple. They are used in simple automatic control systems.
Eco-friendliness - Pneumatic systems use compressed air and automatically keep the system free from pollutants. They can be used in places that require cleanliness. The system gets its power from the air, and this system needs limited cleaning. Compressed air can remove dust and debris from the system. Moreover, the simple design, including limited numbers of tubes, can help clean the system more easily. Compared to other systems, high temperatures and corrosive environments can affect the pneumatic systems less, and these systems can be used in harsh environments.
Uses of the Pneumatic systems
Pneumatics is an essential component of mechanical work. It’s used in many spheres, including the automotive industry, automation solutions, etc. The difference between pneumatic and hydraulic systems is that pneumatic systems use compressed air instead of hydraulic fluid.
Pneumatic systems use compressed air to transfer and regulate energy in industrial processes. The compressed air gets delivered to the pneumatic system through pneumatic valves and pipes.
The basic devices commonly used in the Pneumatic system are:
Air Receiver Tank
Direct Control Valve
Flow control Valve
If you select and install the right pneumatic automation components, devices and actuators, they will have a long life requiring low maintenance.
02. Hugh durability and reliability.
03. Simple design.
04. High adaptability to the harsh environment.
05. Safety Aspects.
06. Environmentally Friendly.
02. Air Dryer
03. Air Receiver Tank
04. FRL treatment
05. Direct Control Valve
06. Flow control Valve
07. Double-acting Cylinder.