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  • Taking the Guesswork Out of Pneumatic Control
    Here's a step-by-step approach to efficiently designing systems that work right the first time. Pneumatic sequence controllers provide step-by-step system operation. Sequence valves and other components mount to the manifold subplates. A selector valve gives the option of one-cycle operation
  • Bellows smooth valve moves
    Off-the-shelf electrodeposited-nickel bellows replace costly and stroke-limited custom bellows in gas-turbine fuel-control valves. In-line, microprocessor-controlled valves from Continental Controls Corp. work with PLCs to match fuel flow to turbine rpm and load. Valves use two oil-filled
  • A fan of fuel savings
    efficient option. Such controls use a sensor to gauge engine coolant temperature and tell a fan to run only long enough to cool the engine. Otherwise the fan freewheels. Large, over-the-road rigs have used pneumatic on-off fan clutches for years. The units need compressed air to work and tend
  • Pulling Money Out of Thin Air
    Raising the efficiency of compressed-air systems could save thousands of dollars yearly. Save air with a regulator added to a valve bank. Placing FRL elements on scheduled maintenance intervals reduces pressure drop and lets air flow. Compressed air is considered the "fourth utility " in many
  • No lube, no problem
    , for instance, use a filament-wound fiberglass epoxy resin matrix with a woven bearing element of Teflon and polyester. The bearings can be made in numerous shapes and inexpensively customized to work in a wide range of conditions, including harsh industrial environments. For example, pneumatic

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