Air Lock Valve
Airlock Valve sense the fundamental supply pressure and closes down the airflow when the pneumatic pressure is lower than setting level to avoid framework shutdown. Because of its compact size and lightweight, a lock-up valve can be installed without a bracket.
The vanes, or metal cutting edges, of a rotational airlock valve turn (pivot) during activity. As they do, pockets are formed in between them. The material being dealt with enters the pockets through the inlet port before turning around inside the valve and afterward leaving through the outlet port. In an airlock valve, air is fixed (bolted) between the inlet and outlet ports. This permits the materials to travel descending through the valve from the inlet to the outlet port while confining the airflow. Material is moved ceaselessly through the presence of a steady pneumatic force between the ports. This pressure or vacuum distinction must be kept up inside the valve for proper function.
• Due to its compact size and lightweight, a lock-up valve can be installed without a bracket.
• It responses to less than 0.1kgf/㎠ pressure change/s.
• Epoxy powder coating resists against the corrosion.
• 100 mesh screen filters small dust entering into the unit.
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- Pneumatic Butterfly Valve PN10 Single Acting
- Pneumatic Butterfly Valve PN16 Double Acting
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