The proportional pressure control valve is commonly used to maintain the air and gases throughout a larger pneumatic system in industries by either allowing or interfering with the flow of pressurized air or gas. Basically, the process of an electronic proportional valve falls into an exhaustive spectrum somewhere between on/off solenoid valves and electrohydraulic servo valves. With the help of an electronic pressure regulator, the output flow through the system isn’t exactly linear in relation to the control signal. In spite of its nonlinear nature, an electronic proportional valve offers an affordable way to control force, velocity, and position on machinery needing high-speed responses at high flow rates in different industries. That’s the obvious reason we use pressure control valves.
Moreover, an electronic air pressure valve provides a change in output pressure or flows in the same ratio as the change in the input through the system. For example, when the input pressure doubles then the given output pressure will also double. In this article, we outline the benefits and applications of these pressure control valves
The key features of the Proportional Pressure Control Valve:
Proportional pressure valves are generally served for applications where output pressure will vary either step-by-step or continuously. It moves output pressure which means the pressure is maintained at one value before the pressure is increased to another value throughout the system. Also, the continuous output pressure is where pressure is constantly increased at a set point.
An electric air pressure regulator can be interconnected automatically, for example, when the output from one is used as an input to another pressure regulator valve. Many are programmable, with onboard diagnostics, assembling them highly appropriate to Industry system design.
Generally, proportional regulator valves are dependable, cost-effective (particularly air-pilot operated), and also give a fast response and constant control.
Benefits of an Electronic Air Pressure Regulator:
A proportional pressure control valve can help decrease cycle times, by quickly gaining a steady pressure. They maintain a fast, precise response, which will improve efficiency in the technology. They also give repeatable management and pressure output, giving the desired response each time.
Key considerations for the selection of an Electronic Pressure Valve:
Typically, there are some basic parameters to consider when you select a proportional pressure control valve. These are:
- Firstly, what is being controlled? Pressure, flow, or some other characteristic.
- What input and output pressure coverage will be required, and at what range of flow rates? What is the likely operating temperature that the Proportional Valve will experience?
- Are there other environmental considerations, such as a wet and dirty application?
- It is important to consider if the process is static, step-by-step, or dynamic. This may very well to the response time required and hysteresis performance.
Typical applications for Electronic Pressure Regulator:
Proportional Valves are generally worked to analyze and test instrumentation, and process applications such as tensioning, spraying, and blow molding. They are also found in medical as well as foundry applications. However, they can also be used in many other applications.