Why ASCO Jet Pulse Valve:
Combining high flow, long life, and extremely fast opening and closing applications to deliver efficient and cost-effective operations
Options For Jet Pulse Valve:
- Waterproof housing with integrated screw terminal coil in compliance with safety class IP67, CEE 10.
- Explosionproof solenoids according to ATEX and national guidelines for hazardous locations.
- IECEx certified.
- Execution of hose connections (3″ only).
- Plug with visual indication and/or suppression of peak voltage.
- With Electronic timer.
Jet Pulse Valve Installation:
- Without affecting operation, the valves can be installed in any place (if (1)+(3) catalog number).
- compression fitting or G (ISO 228/1) threaded pipe connection.
- The compressed gasket on the blow tube produces tightness for compression fitting types.
- When using compression fittings, the use of the rubber gaskets as sealing members can allow a slight misalignment in piping.
- Instructions on installation/maintenance are included with each valve.
- Spare parts kits and replacement coils are also available on request.
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Why Use a Dust Collector Jet Pulse Valve:
Dusty conditions are especially prone to costly damage and downtime due to particulates getting into machinery in industries such as concrete, metalworking, mining, steel mills, grain, agriculture, and feed. Dusty air is a threat to the health of workers as well. In particular, the food and beverage industries, whether for humans or animals, need to tackle airborne powder dust. For handling, storage, and drying activities, many of these industries use specialized equipment. aggressive antibacterial chemicals intended to help reduce the possibility of contamination of food that is in contact with these devices — but these chemicals can also be harmful to equipment over time.
To remove or reduce as many of these maintenance issues as possible, it is important that these businesses implement highly efficient dust collector systems. Pulse valves are used in a dust collector system to clean bag-type or cartridge-type filters. These valves send a high-energy air pulse through the blow tube, causing a shock wave to extract dust from the filters. Higher air acceleration and faster valve response time help to better clean filter bags and use less compressed air, reducing the cost of running the system.
As for any technology, efficiency and life expectancy have been pushed forward by the ability to maintain tighter tolerances for each variable. In dangerous or explosive conditions, plants must work safely and must comply with strict safety regulations. Global approvals, including UL, CSA, RoHS, ATEX, EC, and other certifications appropriate for worldwide use, need to be met by pulse valves. Be sure that you work with a company that provides a variety of optional solenoids that are waterproof and explosion-proof for use in potentially explosive conditions, as well as one that offers extended ambient temperature ranges.