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PNEUMATIC VALVES

Pneumatic Valves
Pneumadyne Pneumatic Valves are a fundamental component of any pneumatic system. Selecting the right air valves to control system pressure, direction of flow and rate of flow is crucial when designing fluid power circuitry. The Pneumadyne Advantages include Variety of porting options for plumbing convenience, Numerous configurations for added versatility, Flow rates from 2.90 to 57 scfm at 125 psi, Poppet or spool designs, Operating pressures from 26" Hg to 150 psi, Miniature size for limited space applications and Colored nylon actuators for easy identification.

Pneumadyne miniature pneumatic valves offers a superior design constructed from high quality materials which allows for a long product life. Additional features include swivel ports for critical alignment, anodized or electroless nickel plated components for corrosion resistance and miniature size for limited space applications. Choose a Pneumadyne air valves that will fit your system requirements and efficiently control the air flow throughout your pneumatic circuit.
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  • 2-Way Normally Closed Control Valves
    PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: 2-WAY & 3-WAY VALVES

    Valves

    Air control valves are fundamental components of any pneumatic system. Selecting the right air control valves to regulate system pressure, direction of flow, and rate of flow is crucial when designing fluid power circuitry.

    Pneumadyne manufactures a variety of 2-Way & 3-Way control valves with port sizes ranging from 10-32 (F) to 1/8 NPT (F) and including 1/4 and 5/32 push-in connections.

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  • 3-Position Toggle Valves
    Product Spotlight: 3-Position Toggle Valves

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    The 3-Position Toggle Valve offers the highest flow rate of the Pneumadyne valve line. This dual function product contains two valves in one body with a common input and common exhaust. To fit application requirements, they can be used as independent 2-Way and 3-Way valves or as a 4-Way (5/3) with an Open Center.

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    TECH TIPS: POPPETS VS. SPOOL VALVES - WHY VALVE TYPE MATTERS

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    When selecting 2-Way and 3-Way valves for your pneumatic circuit, be sure to take the internal design of the valve into consideration. Though the function is overall the same, use of a poppet or a spool valve can impact your you application in unforeseen ways.

    Both valve types boast their own advantages. Poppet valves provide faster response times and a higher flow rate. Spool valves can be used in a vacuum and are not affected by pressure, requiring less force to actuate the valve. Pneumadyne manufactures a variety of of poppet and spool valves to accomodate your application needs.

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  • 4-Way Control Valves
    PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: 4-WAY VALVES

    Valves

    4-Way valves are one of the most commonly used pneumatic components for directional control. By providing four distinct flow paths, these valves make it easy to reverse the motion of a cylinder or motor. Pneumadyne manufactures two series of 4-Way valves to fit a variety of pneumatic circuit requirements. Multiple configurations and port sizes are available to meet the needs of your specific application.

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    Top Five Things You Need to Know When Selecting Directional Valves

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    Controlling system pressure, direction of flow, and rate of flow is crucial in the design considerations of fluid power circuitry. To properly specify directional valves, you must take into account five things: function, actuator style, flow rate, operating pressure, and media compatibility.

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  • 6-Position Selector Valves
    Product Spotlight: 6-Position Selector Valves

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    Pneumadyne's Selector Valves allow the actuation of up to six individual circuits from a common input port. Two styles of valves, Standard and Shut-off, are available to accommodate application requirements and feature 10-32 (F) input and output ports. These 3-way valves exhaust to atmosphere upon selection of a new output port.

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  • Check Valves
    Pilot Operated Check Valves

    Pilot Operated Check Valve

    Pneumadyne's Pilot Operated Check Valves are ideal for reliably holding an actuator position in a variety of applications. These rugged valves feature 1/8 & 1/4 NPT output ports to mount directly on a cylinder, minimizing space requirements and easing tubing installation. The input port swivels to accommodate valve alignment and contains 1/8 NPT (F) or 1/4 push-in connections. 10-32 (F) and 1/4 push-in pilot ports are available to fit plumbing specifications.

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  • Flow Control Valves
    TECH TIPS: THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A FLOW CONTROL AND A NEEDLE VALVE IS EXPLAINED

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    Flow controls and needle valves are both used in reducing the rate of flow in a leg of a pneumatic circuit, and the terms are often used interchangeably, but there are a few key differences between the two products.

    Flow controls control media flow in only one direction, allowing free flow in the opposing direction, while needle valves control media flow in both directions. Both feature finely threaded stems to allow gradual adjustment of the flow.

    Additionally, there are two separate kinds of flow controls: media-in and media-out. Media-in restricts the influx flow to an actuator, while media-out restricts the exhaust flow.

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  • Needle Valve
    TECH TIPS: THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A FLOW CONTROL AND A NEEDLE VALVE IS EXPLAINED

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    Flow controls and needle valves are both used in reducing the rate of flow in a leg of a pneumatic circuit, and the terms are often used interchangeably, but there are a few key differences between the two products.

    Flow controls control media flow in only one direction, allowing free flow in the opposing direction, while needle valves control media flow in both directions. Both feature finely threaded stems to allow gradual adjustment of the flow.

    Additionally, there are two separate kinds of flow controls: media-in and media-out. Media-in restricts the influx flow to an actuator, while media-out restricts the exhaust flow.

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  • Quick Exhaust Valves
    PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: QUICK EXHAUST VALVES

    Valves

    Commonly referred to as QEV valves, or quick dump valves, Quick Exhaust Valves are designed to increase the cycle speed of a cylinder in a pneumatic system. Depending upon your actuation requirements, installing a pneumatic Quick Exhaust Valve at the blind end or rod end of your cylinder will result in rapid detraction or rapid extension. When pressure is removed from the valve's input port, backflow at the output port will unseat the internal components, relieving large amounts of flow in a minimal amount of time.

    To meet the unique plumbing needs of your application, Pneumadyne manufactures a wide variety of QEV valves with threaded or push-to-connect ports.

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  • Sub-Micro Valves
    PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: SUB-MICRO VALVES

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    Pneumadyne's Sub-Micro valves offer a higher flow rate than similar subminiature valves in the marketplace. An impressive flow rate of 2.9 scfm at 125 psi produces a Cv of .04. In addition to accommodating vacuum applications, the versatile design allows the 3-way valves to be plumbed as normally closed or normally open. Metal actuators enhance the robust design, while the unique design of the detented toggle offers roller ball-like actuation, resulting in less wear and longer product life.

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