Control valves are a fundamental component of any pneumatic system. Selecting the right air valves to control system pressure, direction of flow and rate of flow is crucial when designing fluid power circuitry. If the pneumatic valve is too big for your application, you will be wasting air and money. If it’s too small, the actuator will not function properly.
The Pneumadyne Advantage
Pneumatic Switches That Meet Your Application Needs
To ensure that your plumbing, flow and operating needs are met, Pneumadyne manufactures a wide selection of directional and circuit control valves (also called switches.) For plumbing convenience, our 2-Way, 3-Way and 4-Way pneumatic valves feature threaded, barbed and push-to-connect ports. Flow rates for these air valves range from 2.90 to 57 scfm at 125 psi to accommodate system requirements. In addition to a variety of porting options, our Shuttle Valves and Check Valves feature a low cracking pressure to quickly allow flow through the output port. Pneumadyne Quick Exhaust Valves are able to relieve 100 in3 of air in one to six seconds which increases the cycle speed of a cylinder. Finely threaded stems allow the gradual adjustment of Flow Controls and Needle Valves to match system requirements, while our Pressure Regulators are ideal for maintaining a preset downstream pressure.
High Quality Miniature Pneumatic Valves
Our complete line of miniature pneumatic valves offers a superior design constructed from high quality materials which results in an extremely long product life. Additional features include swivel ports for critical alignment, anodized or electroless nickel plated components for corrosion resistance and miniature size for limited space applications.
Rely on Pneumadyne for air valves that will fit your system requirements and efficiently control the air flow throughout your pneumatic circuit.
Pneumatic Components & Systems Manufacturing
Pneumadyne is a manufacturer of standard miniature pneumatic valves. We can also assist you with design and engineering of custom valves or full pneumatic control systems.