We offer our customers a wide range of rotary distributor valve that are available in standard configuration as well as in custom design so as to suit individual design needs for rotary valve index-able SPM that need job clamping. These Rotary Distributor Valves are also available in various configurations for multi-station operations with various combinations/options for meeting different demands of clamping/unclamping and uncontrolled lubrication.
What is the flow between rotating cylinders?
A rotating cylinder is a solid object that has a cylindrical shape and is rotating about its central axis. The rotation can be either clockwise or counterclockwise, and it can be either uniform or non-uniform. The key properties of a rotating cylinder include its mass, radius, angular velocity, moment of inertia, and torque. The moment of inertia is a measure of the object's resistance to rotational motion, and it depends on the object's mass distribution and shape. When a force is applied to a rotating cylinder, it creates a torque that causes the cylinder to change its angular velocity or rotational motion. This is described by Newton's second law of motion for rotational motion, which states that the torque on an object is equal to the product of its moment of inertia and its angular acceleration. Applications of rotating cylinders can be found in various fields such as mechanics, engineering, and physics. For example, rotating cylinders are used in engines, turbines, and other machines.
What is a rotary valve used for?
Rotary valves can be categorized into two main types: drop-through valves and blow-through valves. In a drop-through valve, the material or gas flows through the valve by dropping into the pockets of the rotating rotor and then exiting through the outlet port of the stator. In a blow-through valve, the material or gas is blown into the pockets of the rotor and then out through the outlet port of the stator.
Overall, rotary valves are a versatile and reliable way to control the flow of materials or gases in industrial applications. They are widely used in a range of industries due to their efficiency, durability, and adaptability to different materials and operating conditions.
L - Uncontrolled Lubrication
BR - Return Line for Rotating Cylinders in Clamped Position
AP - Pressure Line for Cylinders in Clamped Position
BP - Pressure Line for Cylinders in Loading / Unloading Station
AR - Return Line for Cylinders in Loading / Unloading Station