Pneumatic Valve Terminals

Sept. 2, 2004
CDVI pneumatic valve terminals come in 4-to-12 valve configurations (for supporting various combinations of 5/2, 5/3, and 2x3 two-way valves).
CDVI pneumatic valve terminals come in 4-to-12 valve configurations (for supporting various combinations of 5/2, 5/3, and 2x3 two-way valves). The valve terminals have no sharp edges or small radii anywhere in their physical packaging to eliminate possible areas of dirt collection. Subbases of both the main manifold and the two optional expansion modules, which support up to four additional valves, are anodized aluminum. The terminals are designed to permit closure of up to three air passages to provide distinctly different operating pressures within the manifold assembly. Solenoid-piloted, spool-type valves used on the manifolds are available in eight different configurations (including 2x3/2 for piloted applications) to support various needs of food-handling or processing systems.

Festo Corp.,
Box 18023, Haupauge, NY 11788,
(631) 435-0800, www.festo-usa.com

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