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What are the advantages of electric and pneumatic valves?

                       
Update:16-12-2020
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In fact, many companies in China are not very familiar […]

In fact, many companies in China are not very familiar with the water treatment and environmental protection equipment in sewage treatment projects. Now the environmental pollution is so serious, many environmental protection colleagues are working hard for the sustainable development of China's environmental protection industry, then the following environmentally friendly water treatment The basic knowledge in the book for everyone to do a simple spread, the following gives you an analysis of the principle of the electric valve and pneumatic valve in the production piping process in the workshop and their respective advantages.

Electric valves are usually composed of electric actuators and valves. The electric valve uses electric energy as power to drive the valve through the electric actuator to realize the switching action of the valve. Thereby achieving the switching purpose of the pipeline medium. The electric valve has a larger working force than the ordinary valve. The electric valve can be adjusted in speed, simple in structure and easy to maintain. It can be used to control air, water, steam, various corrosive media, mud, oil, liquid metal and radioactive media. The flow of various types of fluids.

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Pneumatic valves are valves that are driven by compressed air. The compressed air is used to push the movement of multiple sets of combined pneumatic pistons in the actuator, and the characteristics of the beam and the inner curved track are transmitted to drive the hollow core spindle to rotate, and the compressed air disk is sent to each cylinder to change the position of the inlet and outlet to change the spindle rotation. Direction, according to the required torque of the load (valve), the number of cylinder combinations can be adjusted to drive the load (valve). Pneumatic valves can be used to control the flow of various types of fluids such as air, water, steam, various corrosive media, mud, oil, liquid metals, and radioactive media.

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