pneumatic control system

pneumatic control system

A system in which control is effected by air, under pressure; e.g., an air-conditioning system controlled by pneumatically operated thermostats or humidistats.
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Around 190 employees currently work at the site, which manufactures pneumatic control system components.
Before the pneumatic control system can be used widely, however, researchers will have to choose the best source of compressed air for the blowing system, Englar notes.
The unit is comprised of a PIAB compressed air-driven vacuum pump/single filter assembly; a single piece sanitary collection container, sized and fabricated to suit the applications; a CORA sanitary butterfly valve with Tri-Clamp connections; and a simple pneumatic control system.
Because the vendor stopped supporting pneumatic control system components used in its plants, BGE began upgrading obsolete systems.
Several additive alternates are indicated: Remove existing pneumatic control system and replace with new standalone digital control system.
Team HARE's race car incorporates many innovative design features, including carbon fibre suspension wishbones, 3D-printed intake manifold, tuned exhaust, lightweight carbon fibre bodywork and the advanced pneumatic control system for the "paddleshift" sequential gearbox.
Owing to the compressibility characteristic of the air, the pneumatic control system has a very high level of nonlinearity and the system parameters are time variant with environmental change, therefore, the mathematical model isn't easy to derive and to obtain the accurate values of the coefficients of the model (Aldridge, 1992).
The factory makes pneumatic control system components such as cylinder valves for equipment including packaging machines and food processing factory equipment.
Unit is comprised of four simple components: a PIAB compressed air-driven vacuum pump/single filter assembly; a single piece sanitary collection container, sized and fabricated to suit the application; a Cora sanitary butterfly valve with tri-clamp connections; and a simple pneumatic control system.
These vary with compressor application; a medical laboratory requires a far different compressor than a pneumatic control system, for instance.
One of the most significant features of this system is the ability to make real time AGA fuel flow calculations using actual measured data, thereby eliminating many of the assumptions required by the pneumatic control system.