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Mechanically-Actuated Directional Control Valves

Mechanically-Actuated Directional Control Valves

Determine the presence, passing, or positioning of objects by using these valves as part of a control system. By using rollers, trippers, plungers, or other mechanisms, these valves detect the presence or position of objects in industrial applications. When activated, they start, stop, or redirect airflow in your system. They are precise in terms of accuracy and repeatability.

Roller

These valves have a roller at the top that actuates the valve when enough pressure is applied. Typically used for mechanical position sensing within machine automation, these valves activate when objects pass over the roller.

3-Way Flow Direction — 2 Positions

Spring Return

Normally Closed / Normally Open Configuration

Normally Closed Configuration

4-Way Flow Direction — 2 Positions

Spring Return

Normally Closed / Normally Open Configuration

Normally Closed Configuration

Roller Lever

Install these valves in manufacturing or other systems where heavier materials will push down on the lever to activate it. The roller helps to facilitate the movement of objects.

3-Way Flow Direction — 2 Positions

Spring Return

Normally Closed / Normally Open Configuration

Normally Closed Configuration

4-Way Flow Direction — 2 Positions

Spring Return

Normally Closed / Normally Open Configuration

Pin Plunger

Press the pin on the top of the valve to activate it.

3-Way Flow Direction — 2 Positions

Spring Return

Normally Closed Configuration

Plunger

When the plunger is depressed, these valves activate.

3-Way Flow Direction — 2 Positions

Spring Return

Normally Closed / Normally Open Configuration

Normally Closed Configuration

4-Way Flow Direction — 2 Positions

Spring Return

Normally Closed / Normally Open Configuration

One-Way Tripper

The tripper on these valves provides a bigger catch area for activation than valves with rollers and roller levers.

3-Way Flow Direction — 2 Positions

Spring Return

Normally Closed / Normally Open Configuration

4-Way Flow Direction — 2 Positions

Spring Return

Normally Closed / Normally Open Configuration

Short Ball Roller

These valves create less frictional force than valves with a standard roller, allowing for more frequent actuation even in long travel instances.

3-Way Flow Direction — 2 Positions

Spring Return

Normally Closed Configuration

Roller Cam

These valves have a bigger catch diameter to allow for more precise activation control.

3-Way Flow Direction — 2 Positions

Spring Return

Normally Closed Configuration

4-Way Flow Direction — 2 Positions

Spring Return

Cam Stem

A spring return stem at the end of the valve depresses to either close or open the valve, allowing air to enter the system.

3-Way Flow Direction — 2 Positions

Spring Return

Normally Closed Configuration

4-Way Flow Direction — 2 Positions

Spring Return