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Simple solution for complex valve island applications

27 October 2015

Cabinet mounted valve islands from Emerson now offer simplified installation and maintenance requirements as part of customised solutions for a range of industries

Emerson has recently unveiled a panel mount adaptor plate for the ASCO Numatics 501 Series of pneumatic valve islands, enabling the valve island to be directly mounted to the cabinet. 

The 501 series valve provides the flow of a 15mm to 20mm valve in a compact 11mm size, addressing the need for space savings and simplified construction and assembly.

The solution eliminates many of the internal connections found in traditional cabinet solutions, offering a more streamlined solution. 

EmersonĀ“s design is said to have the smallest footprint on the market, allowing for assembly possibilities where they would have previously not been possible. 

The solution is also said to be highly resistant to corrosion thanks to cabinets that are constructed from anodised aluminum or AISI 316L stainless steel for high protection and resistance against regular cleaning from harsh chemicals.

Designed for easy maintenance, the systems also include an integrated valve shut off accessory to individually isolate any valve in the circuit, allowing for valve maintenance and replacement without shutting down the entire process.

The mounting plate adapter allows original equipment manufacturers and end users to directly connect the valve manifold to a panel in the wall or floor of a cabinet. 


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