21 Vacuum Series Inline Poppet Valves for Vacuum Applications
- Poppet construction for high dirt tolerance
- ROSS vacuum valves have larger orifices, allowing greater flow and easing the transport of air even though there is a small differential between the vacuum within the valve and atmospheric pressure outside the valve
- Can be mounted close to actuator, reducing length of pipe to be pressurized/exhausted on each cycle
- Internal/external pilot supply
- Near zero leakage
21 Vacuum Series Inline Poppet Valves for Vacuum Applications Product Overview
Vacuum service valves are ideal for lifting, holding, vacuum packaging and moving anything from large objects to tiny particles. They also provide an effective means for leak testing. The vacuum source typically comes from either a vacuum pump or a venturi. In vacuum service applications, the pressure within the valve is reduced below atmospheric pressure. Consequently, atmospheric pressure actually pushes air into the valve, instead of the common belief that air is “sucked” in by the vacuum.
Full vacuum valves are ideal for applications where compressed air is unavailable. Full vacuum valves use the difference in force between atmospheric pressure and the vacuum within the valve to actuate the valve. The full vacuum valve performs with atmospheric pressure in port 1 and 10 to 30 inches of Mercury vacuum in the valve body.
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