What is Pneumatic Piston Control Valve?
Pneumatic piston control valve is a type of valve used to control the flow of a liquid or air using a pneumatic piston as the actuator. A pneumatic piston is a cylindrical mechanical component that moves back and forth in a linear motion within a cylinder and is powered by compressed air.
The pneumatic piston control valve consists of a valve body with an inlet and outlet and a pneumatic piston connected to the valve stem. The valve body is used to open and close the valve by moving the pneumatic piston in the cylinder. The position of the pneumatic piston determines the rate at which the fluid flows through the valve.
Pneumatic piston control valves are commonly used in pneumatic control systems where compressed air is used to control the flow of air to actuators such as pneumatic cylinders or pneumatic motors. They are also used in other fluid control applications where precise and reliable flow control is required.
What is a Control Valve?
Control valve; A valve used to control fluid by changing the size of the flow passage as directed by a signal from a controller. Control valves provide pressure, temperature, flow and level control in all processes where fluid is present. Control valves are used for cold water, hot water, steam, superheated water, steam and gas etc. produced by consuming energy in enterprises. It ensures that the fluids can be transported and controlled without any loss.
- Body: GGG-40 Ductile Iron
- Actuator: Stainless
- Pressure Class: PN25
- Supply Air: 4 – 18 BAR
- Working Pressure: 0 – 10 BAR
- Sealing Class: CLASS VI (PTFE)
- Usage Temperature: -10…+220 °C
- FAIL – SAFE Effect: Normally Closed / Normally Open
- Flange Connection: DIN 1092-2 (PN16 – PN25)