Panel mount adapter plate for OEMs for direct pneumatic valve manifold connection

Asco Numatics' 501 Series panel mount adapter plate is designed to allow OEMs and end users to directly connect the 501 Series pneumatic valve manifold to a panel in the wall or floor of a cabinet.

04/29/2015


Asco Numatics' 501 Series panel mount adapter plate is designed to allow OEMs and end users to directly connect the 501 Series valve manifold to a panel in the wall or floor of a cabinet. Courtesy: Asco NumaticsAsco Numatics' 501 Series panel mount adapter plate is designed to allow original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and end users to directly connect the 501 Series valve manifold to a panel in the wall or floor of a cabinet. The panel mount adapter plate is ideal for applications in the process industries where directional control valves are installed in a cabinet due to environmental or packaging constraints. These applications include food and beverage, pharmaceutical, packaging machinery, and general machine automation. It is designed to provide additional benefits including minimized leaks and air loss, cabinet size reduction, reduced assembly time, and simplified maintenance and troubleshooting. The 501 Series also has a shut-off configuration that allows for easy isolation and valve replacement without disrupting operations. It comes in three sizes—8, 12, and 16 valves—and is available in stainless steel and anodized aluminum.

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