Pneumatic power sources, actuators and accessories, such as compressors, cylinders, motors, control valves, manifolds, filters, dryers, and regulators.
Aftercoolers are heat exchangers for cooling the discharge from a compressor.
Air blow guns attach to air lines for the manual actuation and/or control of air discharge. They are used primarily for debris removal and purging, non-contact part cleaning and drying, and general laboratory or industrial applications.
Air compressors are machines that compress air to higher than atmospheric pressures for delivery to pneumatic or robotic tools, industrial equipment, or direct-use applications.
Air cylinders are pneumatic linear actuators that are driven by a pressure differential in the cylinder's chambers. They may be single-acting (with a spring return) or double-acting.
Air hose and air duct hose is used in pneumatic systems and controls, or as supply lines for pneumatic devices and tools.
Air motors are powered by compressed air. They operate at relatively high speeds in industrial and spark-prohibited applications.
Air pressure regulators control pressure in air lines (usually adjustable) to remove fluctuations and maintain consistent pressure for pneumatic devices.
Air springs contain a column of air in an elastomeric bellow or sleeve to provide suspension, isolation, or actuation. Commonly found in vehicle suspension systems, perhaps in conjunction with a coil spring, they are also used to insulate vibration in machinery and as linear or angular actuators.
Air valves allow metered fluid flow in one or both directions. They are used in pneumatic circuits to regulate the rate of activation or exhaust of cylinders and other pneumatic devices.
Compressed air dryers utilize technologies such as refrigeration, desiccant adsorption, and membrane filtration to remove contaminants, particularly water, from the air.
Compressed air filters are used to remove water, oil, oil vapor, dirt, and other contaminants from a compressed air supply.
Electro-pneumatic transducers convert current or voltage input signals to proportional output pressures. They are used as process control elements in valves, pneumatic relays, and flow regulators for applications such as spray and damper control.
Filter, regulator, lubricator (FRL) assemblies are pre-packaged or modular assemblies of air filters, regulators, lubricators, and gauges.
High and ultrahigh vacuum pumps operate efficiently in the high vacuum region and develop molecular flow for highly evacuated systems.
Material handling and pneumatic conveying blowers move air through an enclosed system to transport materials. They generate tremendous air flow in a tube (often by a vacuum) to pull granular materials, papers, powders, or pellets from one location to another.
Mechanical vacuum pumps and systems contain devices such as pistons, claws, scrolling spirals, and diaphragms to isolate and compress air.
Pneumatic brake and clutch assemblies consist of elements for both the connection and disconnection of shafts (clutch) and for the slowing or stopping of shafts (brake) in equipment drives.
Pneumatic brakes are assemblies consisting of elements for the slowing or stopping of shafts in equipment drives. Air is required to activate the brake.
Pneumatic clutches are air-actuated assemblies consisting of elements for the connection and disconnection of shafts (clutch) in equipment drives.
Pneumatic fittings are parts used to connect sections of pipe, tube, and hose in pneumatic (pressurized gas) lines and systems.
Pneumatic lubricators in compressed air lines atomize oil into aerosol form for injection into the air stream to lubricate downstream pneumatic tools, cylinders, motors, and valves.
Pneumatic relays and volume boosters control output air flow and pressure in response to a pneumatic input signal. They can perform simple functions such as boosting or scaling the output, or use complex reversal, biasing, and math function operators.
Pneumatic rotary actuators use pressurized air to rotate mechanical components.
Pneumatic tools are powered by the flow and pressure of a compressed gas. Typically, these hand-held power tools use compressed air or compressed carbon dioxide that is stored in small canisters for portability.
Pneumatic valve actuators adjust valve position by converting air pressure into linear or rotary motion.
Rotary vane vacuum pumps and systems move media through the pump using a rotating assembly in the pumping chamber. Typically, there are two or more rotating vanes that move the media from inlet to outlet. Rotary vane vacuum pumps are positive displacement pumps.
Vacuum cups and vacuum pads engage an object and attach to it with an applied, sealed vacuum. The pads then lift, move, or position the work piece in assembly or inspection applications.
Vacuum pumps and vacuum generators provide sub-atmospheric pressure for a variety of industrial and scientific applications where a vacuum is required.
Venturi vacuum generators use the flow of motive fluid such as air, steam, or liquid to evacuate air.