The automatic shutter valve has a stainless steel gate actuated by a pneumatic cylinder. For applications on work stations and in the tubing system.
With intermittent start-stop, a pressure switch is installed using a ”T” fitting in the compressed air supply. This provides an electrical start-stop signal to the vacuum producer. For valve position sensing, cylinder switches are optionally available. When a shutter needs to be electrically controlled, use an automatic shutter valve, as above, in combination with a solenoid valve as shown here.
Shutter valve bodies are made of polyamide 6 with a mixture of 15% carbon fiber.This gives a stronger shutter valve and provides it also with electrically conductive properties.
|Note! *For demanding environments. **Shutter Valve Ø200 and Ø250 only for clean air and to single step fans (10 kPa max).|
Accessories Shutter Valve Auto and Electric
Installed on pneumatic cylinders to supply electrical signals for start-stop control of vacuum producer. Gives signal when valve is opened
Required for installation of the 8047 Pressure Switch.
For manual actuation of auto shutters.
|8020||Flow Valve |
Actuates an auto shutter when installed in compressed air supply to a pneumatic tool. Controls on demand extraction. 8020 should be supported by compressed air according to PNEUROP 6611 CLASS 3. CA supply must be clean and dry, 90 PSI recommended.
|8026 Solenoid 24 V DC |
8054 Solenoid 230 V AC
8088 Solenoid 24 V AC
A separate solenoid is used for example, on stationary machines and in connection with a manual switch. The solenoid is connected pneumatically to the auto shutter. Generally installed in control panel of the subject machine.
|8196||Auto-start 230 V AC|
Auto-start control is used for on demand extraction for electric tools (max 8 amps on subject tool). The auto-start current sensor closes a relay to give solenoid actuation of an auto shutter.
|8029||Transformer 230/24 V AC 4|
A Supply transformer for 8168 Welding Auto-start.
|8168||Welding Auto-start with current sensor|
Used for automatic control of extraction in induction welding applications. Striking an arc will cause the current sensor to close a relay. In turn the relay causes solenoid‑ actuation of an auto shutter. This control must be supplied with 24 VAC 0.5 A.