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  1. How to Auto Cycle a Double Acting Cylinder Without Limits

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  2. Automation on a Budget

    ... One version of the test operates at 30°F for 100,000 cycle s, then to failure at ambient temperature. It takes several months as nozzle life typically exceeds 1 million cycle s, so "it's important to have high-quality cylinders that outlast the ...

  3. Taking the Guesswork Out of Pneumatic Control

    ... A selector valve gives the option of one-cycle operation or continuous cycling. The system is designed to ... The last sequence valve resets the system to repeat the cycle of operations. Design Basics Modular systems can ...

  4. The Building Blocks of Air Circuits

    ... in the pipes between the actuator and valve is wasted every cycle. These runs must be filled to make the device move, but the air it takes to fill them does no work. During each cycle, air in the actuator lines exhausts to atmosphere without helping cycle ...

  5. Pneumatic Solutions for Leak Testing

    ... are bubble tight, do not generate heat, and have a billion cycle life expectancy. The Analytical Series has been ...

  6. Clippard Releases New ST Series 8 mm Electronic Valves

    ... specific application. •    1,000,000,000+ cycle life •    Extremely small dead volume •    Low ...

  7. New 7 mm Normally-Closed Electronic Valves Now Available!

    ... • 1,000,000,000+ cycle life • Extremely small dead volume • ...

  8. Clippard EM Series Electronic Valves Press Release

    ... higher flow; combining fast shifting speed, extremely high cycle life with the design flexibility to make this valve a “small wonder” ...

  9. Universal Compact Extruded Cylinders

    ... are lightweight, small in size, and provide a reliable, long cycle life. Combined with Clippard’s long-standing history of quality ...

  10. Hit & Hold Circuit Recommendations for Clippard Valves

    ... Less heat generation   by the coil • Increased cycle life Hit and hold circuits allow valves to be held on for long ...

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