pneumatic silencer throttle valves

View our range of pneumatic silencer throttle valves which have an adjustable knob, like a needle valve, to adjust the vent of pressurized air to the atmosphere. This allows you to increase or decrease the exhaust, which can affect the... Read more Read more

Product Brand Connection size Material Temperature (°C) Length (mm) Pressure (bar) Connection type Wrench width (mm) Type of accessory/spare part Diameter (mm)
G3/4" Brass Throttle Valve...
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Mindman 3/4 inch Brass 2 °C to 140 °C 67.3 0 bar to 21 bar Outer thread cylindrical... 30 Silencer 30
G3/4" Stainless Steel...
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Mindman 3/4 inch Stainless steel 2 °C to 140 °C 67.3 0 bar to 21 bar Outer thread cylindrical... 30 Silencer 30
R1" Stainless Steel...
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Mindman 1 inch Stainless steel 2 °C to 140 °C 70.2 0 bar to 21 bar Outer thread conical BSPT-R 34 Silencer 34
R1/2" Brass Throttle Valve...
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Mindman 1/2 inch Brass 2 °C to 140 °C 56.7 0 bar to 21 bar Outer thread conical BSPT-R 22 Silencer 22
1/4" NPT Stainless Steel...
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Mindman 1/4 inch Stainless steel 2 °C to 140 °C 48 0 bar to 21 bar Outer thread conical (NPT) 14 Silencer 14
3/8" NPT Brass Throttle...
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Mindman 3/8 inch Brass 2 °C to 140 °C 50 0 bar to 21 bar Outer thread conical (NPT) 17 Silencer 17
1/2" NPT Stainless Steel...
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Mindman 1/2 inch Stainless steel 2 °C to 140 °C 56.7 0 bar to 21 bar Outer thread conical (NPT) 22 Silencer 22
1" NPT Brass Throttle Valve...
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Mindman 1 inch Brass 2 °C to 140 °C 70.2 0 bar to 21 bar Outer thread conical (NPT) 34 Silencer 34
R1/8" Brass Throttle Valve...
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Mindman 1/8 inch Brass 2 °C to 140 °C 37.2 0 bar to 21 bar Outer thread conical BSPT-R 12 Silencer 12
pneumatic silencer throttle valves

pneumatic silencer throttle valves

View our range of pneumatic silencer throttle valves which have an adjustable knob, like a needle valve, to adjust the vent of pressurized air to the atmosphere. This allows you to increase or decrease the exhaust, which can affect the application performance (i.e. a pneumatic piston extending/retracting) or affect noise levels. Depending on the flow and pressure of the air coming out of an exhaust port, the pneumatic air could produce noise that is potentially harmful to workers or cause noise issues for the application. They accomplish a lower audible noise by increasing the surface area of the release of the pressurized air. In most applications they are installed onto pneumatic solenoid valves. They are commonly made out of brass or stainless steel and are specified based on their material, connection port, pressure range, and temperature range. If you have any questions, please read our technical article or contact us.