Manifolds simplify the plumbing of multiple valves and allow an assembly of a bank of valves. Manifolds are supplied with gaskets and hardware; blanking plates are used in empty slots. Bases are required for ISO 5599/1 solenoid valves and can be stacked in a similar configuration as a manifold.
Pneumatic manifolds allow multiple solenoid valves to share a single air supply. Manifolds are used to create a valve bank using standalone valves or are required as part of a modular valve system. Valve bases are prebuilt units containing all pneumatic and electrical connections for up to 4 stations. Manifolds are supplied with gaskets and hardware; blanking plates are used to cover unused slots.
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ISO 5599/1 solenoid valve bases and manifolds can be used with any brand of valve that complies with the ISO 5599/1 standard. Using an ISO 5599 base or manifold is required to complete an ISO 5599/1 assembly.
NITRA PAL system standalone valve bases offer the performance of PAL solenoid valves in a smaller, less expensive package for basic applications of 4 stations or less.
CMV series intermediate end plates are used to complete a modular valve bank assembly. End plates are always required to terminate the pneumatics of a modular valve bank. Intermediate modules are used when it is desired to use different air pressures between different valves in the same modular bank.
AM series manifolds are used with AVS series basic directional solenoid valves to create a modular valve bank out of standalone valves and simplify pneumatic plumbing.
GM series manifolds are used with GVP series miniature directional solenoid valves for compact pneumatic installations with low flow requirements. These manifolds can be used to turn standalone miniature valves into a space-saving modular valve bank.