Angle seat valves for demanding applications
Pneumatic valve types, also known as air operated angle seat valves or externally operated valves are the optimum valve choice when a standard solenoid valve is not able to do the job.
The pneumatic valve is a real trouble shooter solution for difficult conditions; it allows very large flow rates, it can operate from zero differential pressure and with high media temperatures, it operates at high viscosities and with dirty media, and it operates in EEx areas, merely by placing the pilot valve outside the area. The valve is equipped with a pneumatic actuator supplied by a three-way solenoid valve. The pressure of the pilot medium enters the actuator cylinder and acts on the piston, which allows the seal to open or to close through the stem. The return of the seal into its rest position is usually achieved by a return spring that can be found in the pneumatic actuator.
Application for pneumatic valves
The trouble shooter valve has a countless number of application possibilities:
- Sterilizers and autoclaves
- High pressure lubrication
- Steam distribution
- Equipment for textile production
- Equipment for industrial steam pressing
- Mixing of paints, inks and colours
- Equipments for industrial washing and cleaning
- And many more...
Pneumatic valve technology
In the double acting configuration there is no return spring and the pilot medium is used both for opening and for closing the valve. Learn more in this eLesson.
Features and benefits
For all fluids and gases
Bronze version for water, oil and compressed air
Stainless steel version for neutral and
aggressive liquid and gaseous media
The valves can be used for rough vacuum
Operating pressure up to 16 bar / 232 psi,
depending on valve type
Find the technical documentation for our products here.
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|Data sheet||Angle-seat externally operated valve, type AV210A - AV210H||English||Multiple||23 Jun, 2021||3.7 MB|
|Brochure||Fluid Controls overview||French||France||23 Mar, 2022||509.3 KB|
|Brochure||Fluid Controls overview||Polish||Poland||23 Mar, 2022||536.4 KB|
|Brochure||Fluid Controls overview||English||United States||23 Mar, 2022||410.8 KB|
|Brochure||Fluid Controls overview||Spanish, Castilian||Spain||23 Mar, 2022||509.6 KB|
|Brochure||Fluid Controls overview||Italian||Italy||23 Mar, 2022||501.0 KB|
|Brochure||Fluid Controls overview||Chinese (CN)||China||23 Mar, 2022||690.4 KB|
|Brochure||Fluid Controls overview||Danish||Denmark||23 Mar, 2022||492.8 KB|
|Brochure||Fluid Controls overview||Portuguese||Brazil||23 Mar, 2022||502.1 KB|
|Brochure||Fluid Controls overview||Korean||South Korea||23 Mar, 2022||545.9 KB|
|Brochure||Fluid Controls overview||German||Germany||23 Mar, 2022||539.9 KB|
|Brochure||Fluid Controls overview||English||Multiple||31 Oct, 2023||2.2 MB|
|Brochure||Fluid Controls Overview||Ukrainian||Ukraine||13 Sep, 2023||593.6 KB|