WABCO Introduces New Pneumatic Control Valve

—Literature Available Bulletin A4-63.00 from WABCO Fluid Power Division, American- Standard, describes the new Type 740 pneumatic directional control valve, designed for lightweight installation in critical environments.

The Type 740 is a family of highly chemical-resistant valves with high-impact polyacetal bodies, which easily gang-mount through a shear plug knot-out design in the body, or mount on a unique new polyacetal springlatching manifold, designed for 10 million cycles.

The 740 features built-in, adjustable low power consumption of 2.1 watts. Built-in manual overrides offer four alternative arrangements by means of cut-off segments with or without locking overrides.

The new valve line has buna N seals. Internal fittings for %-inch OD poly tubing or 5/i6-inch OD nylon tubing are standard. Solenoid coil is 5%o Hz dual-rated; indicator lights are available as a standard option. Basic operations include single/double solenoid, three-position double solenoid, and single/ double air-pilots.

For a free copy of Bulletin A4- 63.00, which includes operating features and benefits, mounting dimensions, and ordering details, Circle 31 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 22,  Nov 1984

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