Cordis Pressure Controls Selection Guide How to achieve precise, linear pressure control within a closed-loop system with ultra high resolution and repeatability with assistance from this selection guide
How to Select Electronic Directional Control Valves How can you select the correct directional control valve for your application? Check out this article to learn more about the different valve types, porting, and function...
How to Use a TV-4D as a 3-Position Selector Valve This simple pneumatic logic circuit is a nice solution for applications requiring 3 outputs with one toggle valve. There are many multiposition selector valves on the market, but this solution from Clippard is very cost competitive and robust with an exceptionally low leak rate.
Don't Let a Leaky Valve Derail Your Project Does your application require leak-free valves? Of course it does. But that's not always as easy as it sounds if you're working with applications where system integrity is vital. Some recent product and technique developments allow you to better achieve leak-free operation, which is the topic of this webcast. We will bring two experts to explain these new developments, and how you can maximize them to design a product that best meets your needs. What you will learn: • Not all valves are equal. Understand the tradeoffs associated with each • Learn which applications can handle which types of valves • See where you can economize, and more importantly, where you can't • Size does matter, especially when it comes to leak-free operation • What does "plug and play" really mean? Date:
Modular Circuit Assembly Tips Step-by-step tips on building a pneumatic circuit using modular valves and other components.
Air Pilot Actuator Selection MPA series air pilot actuators attach to the top of our miniature 2-Way, 3-Way, and 4-Way valves and electric switches via a #15/32-32 mounting thread to provide pressure pilot actuation from a pneumatic signal. Minimum Pilot
Clippard Cartridge Valve Bore Drawing & Dimensions Clippard Miniature Cartridge Valves Clippard miniature cartridge valves offer the user flexibility in the application of 2-way and 3-way Normally-Open or Normally-Closed valves. Two sizes are provided to fit either a 0.375” diameter bore or 0.625” diameter bore. They are used in Clippard heavy-duty limit switches and are suitable for pneumatic tools and manifolds or for any use where a valve needs to be built in.