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Are Industrial Parts Such as Air Rams Considered “Essential”?

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to expand, manufacturers and distributors are facing challenges on several fronts. At the outset of the economic disruption, the industry had to question whether industrial parts such as valves, cylinders, air rams, etc. were considered as “essential.” The answer was a “yes” because many industries are dependent on industrial parts…

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The Essentials of Pneumatic Cylinders with Air Rams

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Some industrial applications need linear motion for necessary operating sequences. One of the most cost-effective methods to accomplish this is by using pneumatic actuators or pneumatic air cylinders using air rams. An air cylinder is a device that translates a source of static power into useful output motion. It can also be used to apply…

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Pneumatics Through the Ages: The Evolution of the Valve and Air Rams

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Most of today’s modern machinery utilises some form of pneumatics within its function, be it valves or air rams. However, many people, even engineers, know very little about the history of valves or how the science of pneumatics evolved into its essential elements today. Here’s a short history and evolution of valves, air rams, and…

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The Pneumatic System: Pneumatic Valves, Actuators and More Parts

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The word “pneumatic” comes from a Greek word Pneuma, which means air. Pneumatics work by means of collecting gases and using it as a medium to create a workforce that can operate heavy machinery and other systems that uses linear or rotational energy. Pneumatic valves are used to control the flow of compressed air into…

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How to Maximise the Power of Air Rams

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Air rams are a type of pneumatic device that simulates the effects of an explosion. Commonly used by performers who step on a large “pedal”, and by using compressed air, the “pedal” is released sending the performer hurtling through the air. The precision and accuracy of an air ram or pneumatic device is a result…

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Master Mac 2000: How to Maintain the Quality of Air Rams

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The pneumatic system has four main parts: the tank, the compressor, the valve, and the cylinder. Pneumatics are governed by air or gas resources, therefore, it needs a tank to use as a storage area to preserve excess gas. The compressor is the one that converts air into pressurised gas, which is then used as…

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The Importance of Pneumatic Valves in a Pneumatic System

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The pneumatic system is a revolutionary device. It has been used in the manufacturing and engineering industry for a very long time. The first compressor was used back in 3000 B.C., and history dated the use of mechanical compressors back in the 1700s when they utilised it to grow fires to melt metallic elements, making…

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Essential Facts About Pneumatic System and Air Rams

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A Pneumatic circuit solely runs on airpower. If the mechanism experiences a lack of air, or if the air rams are not working correctly, then the whole process could come to a halt. However the numbers and types of modern engines present in this century, manufacturers are still reliant on hydraulics and pneumatics for mechanical energy…

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A Little History of Pneumatics and Air Rams

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In mechanical engineering, pneumatics – sometimes called compressors or air rams – is the use of air pressure to create motion or some form of mechanical force. Pneumatics is mainly used in industries and factories where compressed air is a necessity. The compressed air is stored in one location and distributed through valves (hence the…

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The Working Mechanisms of Pneumatic Tools

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Pneumatics is the field that deals with applications or tools that use pressurised gases or air. Anything pneumatic such as systems, machines, and tools is far different from their hydraulic or electrical counterparts. While the driving force in electrical machines and systems is electricity while hydraulic systems use pressurised liquids, pneumatic tools use pressurised gasses…

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