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The movement of a single-acting cylinder is normally controlled by a:

The movement of a single-acting cylinder is normally controlled by a three-port valve.

2

With this type of pneumatic equipment both the instroke and outstroke of the piston are controlled by compressed air. What is it called?

With a double-acting cylinder, both the instroke and outstroke of the piston are controlled by compressed air.

3

A time delay provides a delay between the operation of a valve and the movement of a what?

Piston

4

Time delays are achieved by connecting a unidirectional-flow control valve and a reservoir in:

Series

5

what is this symbol?

5/2 Valve

6

what is this symbol?

3/2 Valve

7

what is this symbol?

Air Bleed

8

 

what is this symbol?

Air pipes connected

9

what is this symbol?

not connected pipes

10

what is this symbol?

Diaphram Activator

11

what is this symbol?

Double acting cylinder

12

what is this symbol?

Exhaust Air

13

what is this symbol?

lever activator

14

what is this symbol?

Main Air supply

15

Image Preview

what is this symbol?

Pilot Air

16

what is this symbol?

Plunger Activator

17

what does Pneumatics mean?

use of air to control an action

18

what is this symbol?

Reservoir

19

what is this symbol?

Unidirectional restrictor

20

what is this symbol?

Spring return

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