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Directional-control valves

Aug. 26, 2014
With sliding ceramic plates (instead of rubber seals) that form a tight seal, Ceram ISO 5599-1 pneumatic directional-control valves are tolerant of dirty air and harsh conditions.
With sliding ceramic plates (instead of rubber seals) that form a tight seal, Ceram ISO 5599-1 pneumatic directional-control valves are tolerant of dirty air and harsh conditions. Near-diamond hard plates wipe themselves clean of ingested dirt that damages conventional valves. The Ceram has a life expectancy of 150 million cycles and won’t stick like many spool valves.

Aventics Corp., Box 13597, 1953 Mercer Rd., Lexington, KY 40512, (859) 281-3417

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