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Pneumatic Manual Control Valves

Pneumatic manual control valves form part of a pneumatic control system, and allow the user to control the flow of air from one place to another. They are often constructed as modular devices, meaning multiple valves and contacts can be used in conjunction with one another to create many different system combinations.
What are pneumatic manual control valves used for?
Pneumatic manual control valves have a number of different applications within an air flow system. They can be used for directional control, meaning they allow air flow through a tube in one direction and not another, or for pressure relief, allowing the pressure to dissipate to somewhere outside of the system. They can also be used more broadly for flow control, adjusting the amount of air let through the system.
Types of pneumatic manual control valves
Pneumatic manual control valves can vary according to a number of different characteristics, including the method of control, for example, knobs, levers and foot pedals, the number of ports and the number of positions. The material they are made from can also differ depending on their intended function.