Compact air chucks in this video are shown opening and closing on our test bench at TPC Pneumatics quality assurance lab. Pneumatic chucks can clamp and release products inside an industrial automation system.
So, what does a lubricator do? A pneumatic lubricator sprays micro-particles of lubricator oil into the airflow to provide fluent lubrication. The purpose of lubricating pneumatic devices is to prevent abrasion caused by solid friction sliding movements, which improves durability, reduces perturbation resistance, and improves efficiency. It also lubricates seals to reduce wear and tear and prevents air leakage.
In this post, I will explain what a pneumatic regulator is and what it does. I will also cover all the different pressure control valves (a type of regulator), and I will explain the operating functions of these differing regulators.
When a person asks me what does our company do? I say: “We produce pneumatic products.” The majority of the time, that is met with a puzzled look. Few people know what that is. So I usually go on to explain what a pneumatics system is.
A pneumatic rotary actuator is a driver apparatus that is commonly used to compress air into revolving energy with a limited angle of revolution so that the actuator evolves back and forth at that angle.
Since the compound air compressor was patented in 1829, people have been coming up with new and amazing ways to use this technology. The first pneumatic cylinder came onto the scene in 1872.
Pneumatic fittings are essential to keeping your pneumatic systems running. In this post, we will cover all the different types of pneumatic fittings and their applications. Read on to learn more.