Oct 26, 2011
Valve Bank Feeds Four Separate Generators
A manufacturer of laboratory testing equipment requested a dual feed valve that would enable them to disconnect either input without disrupting media flow. Learn about the valve bank that was developed to consolidate components and ease installation.
Heavy Duty Valve Block Controls Trailer Suspension
A manufacturer of military trailers contacted Pneumadyne engineers for a pneumatic control that could be used for leveling their suspensions. Learn about the valve block that was designed to meet their needs.
Valve Banks Improve the Assembly of Solvent Extraction Systems
Pneumadyne engineers were contacted by a manufacturer of solvent extraction systems to provide the pneumatic components for their new equipment. Learn more about the valve banks that simplified the assembly of their circuit.
Modular Valve Banks Easily Accommodate Heat Treat Testing
Heat-treating steel is a lengthy process that requires specific metallurgical measurements. Learn about the modular valve bank that was developed by Pneumadyne to help ensure the consistent treatment of steel parts.
Stainless Valve Initiates Chip Cleaning Process
A manufacturer of chip cleaning equipment contacted Pneumadyne for a pneumatic interlock device that would ensure a machine's door was closed prior to this process. Learn about the valve that was developed to fit the customer's application requirements.
Valve Block Delivers Ink to Printer Head
A manufacturer of industrial printers contacted Pneumadyne to consolidate several pneumatic components into a single, easy to install block. Learn about the component Pneumadyne developed to eliminate potential leak points and ease final assembly.
Plastic Valve Helps Monitor Atmosphere in Mining Applications
Testing the levels of toxic gases in a mine's atmosphere is crucial for the protection of the miners. Learn about a plastic valve that was developed to fit a manufacturer's testing equipment.
Valve Block Consistently Controls a Diaphragm Pump in a Well-Head
After experiencing numerous failures in the field, an equipment manufacturer in the oil industry contacted Pneumadyne to evaluate their pneumatic controls. Learn about the valve block that was developed to control a diaphragm pump
Custom Valve Assembly Replaces Several Devices in a Medical Operatory
A manufacturer of medical equipment contacted Pneumadyne to design a pneumatic control system for their new operatory device. Learn about the integrated manifold block that was developed by our engineers to condense three circuits into one component.
Custom Valve Assembly Eliminates 25 Components in a Medical Device
A manufacturer of medical equipment invited us to evaluate a new trauma device that they were developing. Learn about the integrated solution that was designed by our engineers; reducing the number of components used from 29 to 4.
Single Block Assembly Controls a Pneumatic Lift Device
A lift device manufacturer contacted Pneumadyne engineers to design a system that would pneumatically control the raising, lowering, tilting and angling of their mechanism. Learn about the single block assembly that our engineers developed to accommodate the weight and space limitations of the application.
Liquid Pump Control Features Pneumadyne's New Pilot Operated Cartridge Valves
A manufacturer of liquid pump controls contacted Pneumadyne to re-design their pneumatic circuit. Learn about the device our engineers developed to eliminate potential leak-points and reduce the customer's assembly time and cost.
Pneumatic Circuit Keeps Wine Alive
Pneumadyne was approached by a group of Design Engineers to develop a hand-held vacuum gun that could be attached to a wine preservation unit. Learn about the changes that were made within the pneumatic circuitry to ensure that the system consistently functioned as required.
Distinctive Valve Assembly Saves Time, Space & Money
A dental equipment manufacturer contacted Pneumadyne to evaluate their existing pneumatic circuit. Learn about the valve assembly that was developed to eliminate leak points and reduce overall component size.