Capable of controlling and directing the flow of gasses and liquids, valves come in a number of configurations to meet the requirements of different fluids, environments and circuit designs.

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Types of Valves

Solenoid Pneumatic Valve products

Solenoid Valves & Manifolds
Valves and valve manifolds are available for every application with port sizes ranging from M3 to 2″. Valves can be mounted on a manifold, on bar stock, or can be stacked with flexible integrated wiring options.

Pneumatic Air Pilot Valves

Air Pilot
Using pilot pressure to shift valve spools instead of mechincal or electrical elements (solenoids), air pilot valves can be used to create pneumatic logic circuits that don’t rely on electrical control elements.

Manual Pneumatic Valves

Manually Actuated
Valve position for mechanically actuated valves relies on a physical force to shift the spool. Typically these valves are triggered by mechanical elements whose motions engage the valve actuator.

Mechanical Pneumatic Valves

Mechanically Actuated
Valve position for mechanically actuated valves relies on a physical force to shift the spool. Typically these valves are triggered by mechanical elements whose motions engage the valve actuator.

Pneumatic Access Valves

Valve Accessories
Serial Interface: employing high speed serial networks (e.g. DeviceNet, EtherNet IP, Profibus, ModBus etc) to send and receive I/O data, Serial Interface Valves have the benefit of simplified wiring for larger installations and self- monitoring networks for troubleshooting field devices and wiring issues.

Serial Interface Pneumatic Valve products

Serial Interface
Employing high speed serial networks (e.g. DeviceNet, EtherNet IP, Profibus, ModBus etc) to send and receive I/O data, Serial Interface Valves have the benefits of simplified wiring for larger installations and self- monitoring networks for troubleshooting field device and wiring issues.