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  • Servocontrol with pneumatic actuators
    effort, Wilbur and Orville Wright had solved the elusive piece of the puzzle. Who would have guessed that dynamic control of an air machine would prove to be so troublesome? Perhaps any engineer who 's attempted to realize servocontrol with a pneumatic actuator. In the arena of industrial automation
  • ATEX Instructions XL (Excel) Pneumatic Actuators
    Intended use The Hytork ATEX explosion proof XL series pneumatic actuator is a Group II category 2 equipment and intended for use in areas in which explosive atmospheres caused by mixtures of air and gases, vapours, mists or by air/dusts are likely to occur. Therefore it may be used in (ATEX
  • Pneumatic Actuator Service Manuals
    From this page you will be able to access and download pneumatic service and maintenance files commonly requested by our customers.
  • Accessories for Pneumatic Actuators
    El-O-Matic offers on these pages an extensive range of downloadable products. Sales brochures, Technical Data Sheets and Actuator Selection software are available for download. Soon also driver software for our "Bus" products like Profibus DP/PA or Fieldbus Foundation will be there.
  • How to select an Actuator (part. 2): Pneumatic Actuator
    To ensure automated valve performance in today's sophisticated process control systems it is essential to develop a complete specification for each of the elements in the control package. Though the valve actuator is the basic element in a valve automation package, pilot valves, limit switches
  • Design Decisions: Electro-mechanical vs. Pneumatic Actuators
    of electro-mechanical actuators are explored in comparison to pneumatic options.
  • A few guidelines for figuring pneumatic-actuator load requirements
    Cylinders are rather simple devices, and calculating the theoretical force output is fairly straightforward. But sizing a cylinder for a specific application can be a more challenging task. Undersizing, for instance, is a common mistake. However, by following a few simple guidelines, engineers and
  • Electric vs. Pneumatic Actuators. To every application, turn, turn
    Once the choice to automate has been made, it's time to look a bit closer at the application to determine which type of actuator. The two most common types of actuators are pneumatic and electric. Both have a wide range of torque output and can be electronically controlled in many environments

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