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Pneumatic Manifolds

Pneumadyne Pneumatic manifolds provide a convenient junction point for the distribution of fluids or gases. It is easy to thread pneumatic fittings into the ports of the distribution block to produce an seamless method of supplying multiple lines from a single source.

Pneumadyne has been an leading manufacturer of the design and manufacture of pneumatic & hydraulic manifolds since 1970's. It offers a wide selection of styles and sizes to ensure that your plumbing and installation requirements are met. Pneumadyne Pneumatic Advantages include from2 to 10 stations, wide range of sizes & configurations, Aluminum, Brass, Stainless Steel, Polypropylene & Nylon materials. Aluminum is black anodized for corrosion resistance and components are precision machined.

The aluminum manifolds and distribution blocks go through a controlled oxidation process called anodizing which produces a non-conductive coating that provides corrosion and wear resistance. A black dye is added to the anodize solution to create our signature appearance, however, there are over thirty colors of anodic coatings available.

Pneumadyne manufactures a standard line of over 300 manifolds, junction blocks and terminal blocks. The major types of manifolds produced by Pneumadyne include Inline Manifolds, 90 degree manifolds, Dual Air manifolds, terminal blocks and junction blocks.

Product Spotlight: NPT Manifolds

Pneumadyne's inline and 90-degree aluminum manifolds are now available with 1 NPT input ports, and output ports ranging from 1/4 NPT to 3/4 NPT. These 2- to 8-station manifolds provide a convenient junction point for distributing fluids or gases in an application. Simply thread fittings into the ports to produce an organized method of suplying multiple lines from a single source.

* Input port: 1 NPT
* Output ports: 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, and 3/4 NPT
* Inline and 90 degree porting configurations
* 2 to 8 stations
* Aluminum

Consider These 6 Elements When Selecting a Pneumatic Manifold

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Manifolds are the optimal solution for creating a junction point for fluids and gases. They can have multiple ports to supply many lines from a single source. Though manifolds themselves are simple, there are still several things to consider when purchasing a manifold, including:

● Material
● Number of stations
● Operating pressure

Read more about these six considerations and the impact they have on choosing a manifold that's right for your application.
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