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Directional Control Valves

One of the most fundamental parts of hydraulic and pneumatic systems. DCVs allow fluid flow (hydraulic oil, water or air) into different paths from one or more sources. Usually consists of a spool inside a cylinder which is mechanically or electrically actuated.

Air Cylinders

Provides linear or rotary motion and force to automated systems, machines and processes in industrial applications.

Rotary Actuators/Air Grippers

Used to accurately clamp and position parts or tooling. Can rotate items up to 190 degrees, while grippers are used to clamp or grasp an item.

Electric Actuators/Cylinders

Electric linear actuators can push, pull or transfer workloads in a distinctly different way from pneumatic actuators. Pneumatic actuators rely on relatively crude devices such as rubber cushions or shock absorbers, pressure regulators, and flow-restricting fittings at the port to control their motion

Vacuum Equipment (Vacuum Generators / Vacuum Suction Cups / Other)

Vacuum generators provide a vacuum that generated either pneumatically (ejectors) or electrically (pumps, blowers). Pneumatic vacuum generators implement short cycle times and can be integrated directly into the system due to their compact and lightweight design.

Air Preparation Equipment

Air preparation unit, also known as FRL combination, is a set consisting of an air filter, regulator and lubricator connected together into one single block which can be installed in a pneumatic system.

Modular F.R.L./Pressure Control Equipment

Modular F.R.L. Unit, Air Filter, Mist Separator, Regulator, Lubricator, Manifold Regulator, Precision Regulator, Electro-Pneumatic Regulator, Booster Regulator, Mist Spray Unit.

Lubrication Equipment

Lubrication equipment is used for timely lubrication of different parts of the machine. These systems ensure that each part of application on the machine is supplied with adequate lubricant, in order to facilitate its smooth & persistent performance.

Fittings and Tubing

Tube fittings connect runs of tubing (for in-line, offset, multi-port, and mounting configurations) to other tubing sections, pipe, hose, or other components. Systems are typically configured with straight sections connected by fittings or specially formed connections and joints.