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PNEUMATIC VALVES

PNEUMATIC VALVES
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The Fluid Systems Division designs and manufactures a wide range of pneumatic controls designed to operate in the extreme environments of aerospace and derivative applications.

 

Our products combine reliable, proven designs with the latest position indication technologies to deliver cost-effective high levels of performance. Our pneumatic systems and valves are available with a variety of actuators that employ advanced designs and materials--including the first application of composite bleed air valves on an aircraft engine. We also provide a wide range of robust, pneumatically actuated poppet and butterfly shut-off and pressure reducing valves.

 

Pneumatic actuation is accomplished by either using electrical solenoid valves controlling upstream duct pressure or external pressure sources. If ambient temperatures and vibration are too extreme for solenoid operation, solenoids can be remotely located. Our valves are often supplied with electrical position indication, visual position indication, manual override control and other specific customer requirements. Our pedigree includes valves that perform reliably at temperatures above 1150° F (620º C).

 

Market Applications

  • Commercial transports
  • Business and regional jets
  • Helicopters
  • Tiltrotor aircraft
  • Unmanned aerial vehicles
  • Commercial and military aircraft engines
  • Shipboard

 

Product Applications

  • Pneumatic systems
  • Anti-icing and rain removal systems
  • Modulating valves
  • Flow control valves
  • Shut-off valves
  • Auxiliary power unit (APU) load control valves
  • Cooling valves
  • Fueldraulic actuation
  • Motor, servo, pneumatic and solenoid actuation
  • Pressure regulating valves
  • High temperature equipment valves
  • Auxiliary equipment
  • Electronic controllers and sensors
  • Turbine clearance control
  • Mixing valves
  • Cooling valves
  • Thermal anti-icing

 

Technical Highlights

  • Pneumatic, analog, and digital electronic control of position, flow, pressure, and temperature
  • Software processes for safety-critical application
  • Butterfly, poppet and check valves (1” to 8” line size)
  • Linear and rotary motion
  • Pneumatic actuation
  • DC or AC actuation
  • Remote or integral solenoid
  • High temperature capabilities
  • Electrical position indication (RVDT, LVDT, switches)
  • Manual overrides and locks
  • One-inch to four-inch diameter valves
  • Communication bus interface