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Function of Solenoid Valve in Cars

Function of Solenoid Valve in Cars | Pneumatic Products Manufacturer | Scoop.it

Solenoid valve, a type of valve that applies an electrical current to actuate or shift a spool or cartridge consisting of a solenoid coil and pipe fabrication. Basically, this valve type uses an electric current to shift a pin to perform simple A/B tasks such as open/close valve spools. The designation "solenoid" means that the valve operation is electrical not manual. Maybe the easiest way to describe a solenoid valve is by thinking about an automatic car lock. The electric currents get triggered, the pin gets pushed up and the doors are unlocked. A reverse current gets triggered, the pin gets pushed down, and the doors are locked.

 

 

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Compressed Air Cylinders Used More in Heavy-Duty Applications

Compressed Air Cylinders Used More in Heavy-Duty Applications | Pneumatic Products Manufacturer | Scoop.it

Most air cylinders are employed for heavy-duty industrial applications that conform to National Fluid Power Association standards, which establish invariable dimensions. This is done so that cylinders from a range of manufacturers can be interchanged. Of course, careful attention should be paid in situations where interchanging air cylinders is a consideration as the cylinder may have proprietary features unavailable from other manufacturers even if the cylinder meets NFPA dimension standards. Most issues or failures with compressed air cylinders are attributed to misuse or misjudgment in situations where interchanges are occurring.

 

 

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Pneumatic products uses

Pneumatic products uses | Pneumatic Products Manufacturer | Scoop.it

Pneumatic products are a reliable and functional control method for industrial processes. These products have largely been replaced by analog electronic or digital control systems in new installations because of the smaller size, lower cost, greater precision, and more powerful features of digital controls

 

 

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Pneumatic cylinders applications

Pneumatic cylinders applications | Pneumatic Products Manufacturer | Scoop.it

 Pneumatic cylinders are used to manage the pressure of air brake used in vehicles; they are also used in car’s engine for pushing the piston, which turns the crankshaft, thus spinning the car’s wheels. Other applications of air cylinders are in automotive, defense, electrical and electronics, chemical, pharmaceutical, and in fertilizer industries, in power plants and in water treatment plants

 

 

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Track Moving using cylinder

Track Moving using cylinder | Pneumatic Products Manufacturer | Scoop.it

The cylinder skews the rollers to either bring the conveyor belt toward the sensor or push it away from the sensor. When the conveyor belt is not pushing the paddle, the valve is not activated. This causes rollers to be skewed to bring the conveyor belt towards the sensor paddle. When it hits the sensor paddle, the valve is activated causing the air cylinder to move to the opposite position. This skews the rollers in the other direction and the conveyor belt responds by moving away from the sensor.

 

 

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Key Facts about Air Filters

Key Facts about Air Filters | Pneumatic Products Manufacturer | Scoop.it

Global Air Filters and Filtration Equipment Market to Exceed between US$6.7 - US$7.9 Billion by 2015. By 2015, China will supplant Japan to become the second largest market for air filter equipment behind United States. Sales of air filters in China are projected to rise by 13.7% per year through 2014.

 

 

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Coming Soon - The Car that Runs on Air

Coming Soon - The Car that Runs on Air | Pneumatic Products Manufacturer | Scoop.it

Peugeot Citroen invents technology for put an air-powered vehicle on the road by 2016. The system works by using a normal internal combustion engine, special hydraulics and adapted gearbox along with compressed pneumatic cylinders that store and release energy. This enables it to run on petrol or air, or a combination of the two. The air compression system can re-use all the energy normally lost when slowing down and braking. The motor and a pump are in the engine bay, fed by a compressed air tank underneath the car, running parallel to the exhaust.

 

 

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Applications of air preparation Unit

Applications of air preparation Unit | Pneumatic Products Manufacturer | Scoop.it

Compressed air is used in patient care devices like respirators. They require high precision and controllability, and often light weight and small size. Regardless of application requirements, proper air preparation is a must if the system is going to perform as required for the longest possible service life

 

 

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Mistakes while mounting air cylinder

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 Inappropriate sizing:  In order to size a cylinder properly  must know:The air pressure that is reliably available, the total force requirement taking into account any friction, the dynamic requirements of the application and any external forces acting on the cylinder. Reasonable amount of margin will help size actuators correctly.

 

 

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TYPES AND PROCESSES OF PNEUMATIC CYLINDERS

TYPES AND PROCESSES OF PNEUMATIC CYLINDERS | Pneumatic Products Manufacturer | Scoop.it
Suppliers of janatics pneumatic cylinders like square, miniature, compact air cylinders & industrial valves of compact, solenoid, airline, operated, flow control & air preparation units.
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Now-a-days, in many areas the uses of cylinders are widely increased. Many buyers and engineers are not aware about the best cylinders. Some of the cylinders are hydraulic cylinders and pneumatic cylinders. When comparing with both the cylinders, engineers are mostly recommends pneumatic cylinders instead of hydraulic cylinders because it contains highly pressurized fluid, so sometimes it can cause burns, bruises or the accidental injection of fluid into the body, according to Colorado State University. So, let us briefly discuss about pneumatic cylinders.

 

What is Pneumatic Cylinder?

The word “pneumatic” comes from the Greek, meaning “air”. Pneumatic cylinders (also Air cylinders) are used to produce linear motion and force to move something in a desired direction by using compressed air. Air can be absorbed and it is compressed to refill pneumatic systems.

 

How it works?

It uses the compressed pressure of gas to perform work. Air can be taken in and compressed to refill pneumatic systems. Compressed air can be enters into one side of the piston and hence it imparts the force on the piston. This air expansion forces a piston to move in the desired direction. Now-a-days the use of pneumatic cylinders is rapidly increased in place of hydraulic cylinders as I said already. Mostly engineers are preferred to use pneumatic cylinders because of its excellent features. Its features can be discussed later in this blog.

 

Some types of air (pneumatic) cylinders which are widely used are Single-acting cylinders, Double-acting cylinders and multi-stage cylinders. Now I briefly explain about the types of cylinders.

 

TYPES OF CYLINDERS:

Single Acting Cylinders:

Single Acting Cylinders (SAC) uses air pressure at one end of the cylinder to push or pull it. The movement happens only in one direction. To return back to its home position it uses either springs or external load of force. Mostly the SAC uses compressed spring mechanism, inserted between the both ends of the cylinder. When compressed air enters, the piston pushes the rods in the forward direction. When the air is released, the piston is forced back to its home position by the spring.

 

Double Acting Cylinders:

Double Acting Cylinders (DAC) uses compressed air pressure at both end of the cylinder (i.e.) movements happen in both sides of the cylinder. They have two ports; one is for instroke and another for outstroke. Instroke pushes the piston to move and outstroke pushes it back to the original position. DAC requires more compressed air than SAC and it does not require back springs, until it needs rest position.

 

Multi-Stage Cylinders:

Multi-Stage Cylinders (MSC), also referred to as Telescoping cylinders. It can be either single acting cylinders or double acting cylinders. MSC produces long stroke from an initial short length and each section slides inside a larger section. These cylinders have stages from two to five.

 

Sizes:

Although pneumatic cylinders will vary in appearance, size and function. Air cylinder’s sizes are ranging from small 2.5mm air cylinder to 1000mm diameter. Some general types of cylinders and their sizes are listed below:

 

Square Cylinders – Double acting square cylinders are available in both types such as magnetic and non-magnetic. Available bore sizes are Ø32, 40, 50, 63, 80 & 100mm. Square cylinders have elastomeric cushioning pad at each end of the cylinder. Standard strokes up to 500mm.

 

Compact ISO Cylinder – It has expansive range of 32-100Ø double acting compact ISO cylinder which is available in both types like non-magnetic and magnetic. It also have elastomeric cushioning pad on each ends.

 

Miniature Cylinders - Double acting miniature cylinders are available in both types such as magnetic and non-magnetic. Available bore sizes are Ø12, 16, 20 and 25mm. Magnetic miniature cylinders have reed switches & clamps.

 

Short Stroke Cylinders: Short stroke cylinders available in both types such as magnetic and non-magnetic and in 12-100Ø double acting model. Available bore sizes are Ø12, 16, 20,25,32,40,50,63,80 & 100mm. Standard strokes for this cylinder is up to 100mm.


Now you can clearly understand that how the pneumatic cylinders are differ from hydraulic cylinders. Some of the places were air cylinders used are industrial, robotics, building construction and much more because of its features like high speed of moving, low cost, less noise, explosion and fire safety.

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