The pneumatic drives used in the industry are usually driven by compressed air. Piston rod cylinders are also called as square cylinder, round cylinders, single acting cylinder, double acting cylinder, compact cylinder, tandem cylinder, etc..
Rodless cylinders contain the movement produced within the overall length of the cylinder body, this means that they are able to support load during the movement, unlike piston rod cylinders.
Linear actuators are a type of actuator that convert rotational motion in motors into linear or straight push/pull movements. Linear actuators are ideal for all types of applications where tilting, lifting, pulling or pushing with pounds of force are required.
Pneumatic guided cylinders are mechanical devices used to move heavy objects attached laterally to factory equipment.
Bellows cylinders are ideal for short strokes and large forces. They work without mechanical friction surfaces that move against each other – rendering seals and lubricants unnecessary.
A pneumatic gripper is a pick-and-place device that uses compressed air to operate gripper jaws, also called fingers. These fingers, similar to human fingers, help in grasping, holding and releasing the work pieces.
Semi-rotary actuator is a device used for the operation of semi rotation of the output shaft both clockwise and anticlockwise in a constraint manner.
An electrical drive is an industrial system which performs the conversion of electrical energy into mechanical energy or vice versa for running and controling various processes.
MANUAL OPERATED VALVES
Directional control valves with mechanical actuators such as stems, rollers, idle return rollers, swivel levers, whiskers etc..
Shut off valves are designed to safely manage compressed air in pneumatic applications, and are used to block compressed air in an industrial automation process, and isolate sub-systems when not in use.
AIR OPERATED VALVES
An air-operated valve is a type of power operated valve that uses air pressure against a piston or diaphragm to produce linear or circular movement to operate a valve.
A solenoid valve is an efficient method of converting electrical signals into pneumatic functions. Applying electricity to the solenoid quickly directs air through the valve and into the circuit.
Valve terminals is a electromagnetic valves linked to create a valve manifold with a common power supply and controller.
PRESSURE CONTROL VALVES
The primary purpose of pressure regulators is to control pressure with close tolerances to ensure that compressed air in a pneumatic system is not wasted.
FLOW CONTROL VALVES
Flow Control Valves are used to reduce the rate of flow in a section of a pneumatic circuit, resulting in a slower actuator speed.
Precision air regulators offer precise pressure control and pressure adjustment can be critical factors when working with either pressure fed fluids, air pilot regulator supply or during test and inspection applications.
A proportional control valve system provides the ability to infinitely control the position of the internal spool assembly which increases or decreases the amount of flow or pressure being released from the valve.
This is present after a compressor in a pneumatic circuit. The function of this system is to remove dust particles, moisture, humidity etc. from the compressed air.
FILTER REGULATOR UNITS
The purpose of a filter regulator is to lean the air line of moisture and particulates all while reducing air pressure to a setpoint.
A pneumatic lubricator injects an aerosolized stream of oil into an air line to provide lubrication to the internal working parts of pneumatic tools, and to other devices such as actuating cylinders, valves, and motors.
Air pressure amplifiers are also known as air boosters and air intensifiers and are used for increasing or boosting existing plant air pressures
Electro pneumatic is a pneumatic control system where air pressure and direction of valve are controlled by an electrical current.
Pneumatic air silencers, also commonly called pneumatic mufflers, are a cost-effective and simple solution to reduce noise level and unwanted discharge of contaminants from pneumatics.
Vacuum cups, or suction cups, are often used as grippers in manual or automated handling applications.
Vacuum generators provide the required vacuum. The vacuum is generated either pneumatically (ejectors) or electrically (pumps, blowers).
Vacuum filters are simple and reliable machines and therefore have gained wide acceptance in the chemical, food and pharmaceutical industries.
A vacuum switch is an electronic or mechanical device that provides an electrical switching contact function at a defined vacuum gas pressure level.
A vacuum regulator is a device used to maintain a desired vacuum pressure in a system.
Draining of Compressed air equipment such as Air Receivers, Moisture Separators, Filters, etc. is commonly done by low cost, timer - operated Auto Drain Valves. While these are effective in their functioning, they will open at the set time whether there is any condensate to be drained or not.
A shock absorber or damper is a mechanical or hydraulic device designed to absorb and damp shock impulses.