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Pneumatics is a technological term that focuses on the study and application of pressurized gas as an energy transfer medium used to facilitate mechanical motion. In a fixed location such as a factory, the facility is plumbed (piped) to distribute compressed ambient air to stationary tools, assembly line machinery, cleaning systems and much more. Compressed air is a highly preferred medium when compared to the toxic fluids needed to transfer energy via hydraulics – compressed ambient air poses no danger to health or the environment in the event of a leak – not to mention the fact that ambient air is cost-free.

  • Air brakes on a wide variety of transport vehicles including trains
  • HVAC control systems
  • Jackhammers used by road or other work crews
  • Pipe organs
  • Inflatable structures
  • Pneumatic mail or other document delivery systems

Why Choose Us

Why Choose Our Brand

If it’s your job responsibility to choose the very best machineries and numerous other devices for your company’s factory floor, it just makes sense to choose industry-leading pneumatic controls and the very best pneumatic controls system from a company you trust. We ‘are’ that well-respected and industry-leading supplier of a wide variety of pneumatic products that truly are the best you can buy. Our many years of experience have taught us numerous lessons, but, from ‘day one’ our business philosophy has never varied – provide unsurpassed quality pneumatic products that guarantee 100% customer satisfaction.

Why choose our brand over other pneumatic product companies? Below are just a few of the reasons why we are the right and obvious choice for any individual, smaller-sized company or mega-corporation that demands the very best pneumatic products for their highly specialized needs.

  • Our company relies on the most up-to-date, advanced and state of the art machineries and manufacturing techniques
  • Rigorous and uncompromising quality control checks that guarantee consistent performance and unmatched durability
  • Pneumatic controls or a pneumatic controls system (as but two examples) that are innovatively designed and precision manufactured to meet and typically exceed your high standards
  • Exceptional efficiencies from the drawing board to your company’s loading dock ensures the lowest costs possible
  • Second to none customer service, complete customer satisfaction and much more

Our Services

At Ellis/Khunte we have a huge selection of pneumatic valves for you to choose from. We pride ourselves on being able to provide so many different products to so many different industries, and we want to bring our services to you and your company.

Practical Advice for Choosing Pneumatic Valves

Practical advice on choosing and using pneumatic valves can help individuals save time and money. A directional-control air valve can be a vital building block for a pneumatic circuit.

Consuming Compressed Air

Three common examples of components that consume compressed air are directional control valves, execution components, and assistant valves. Knowing the difference between the three above devices sheds light on how compressed.

Understanding Cylinder Types

Pneumatic cylinders are broken up into several different types. Knowing the fundamental distinctions between them can help to make purchasing more simplistic. Below, we will be going over cylinder types and what they do.

Advice for Specifying Pneumatic Valves

Learning some practical knowledge for how to use and choose pneumatic valves will keep more money in your pocket and will also increase the efficiency of your system.

Understanding how a Pneumatic Timer Works

It is not uncommon to find pneumatic timers being used in environments where electrical currents are present. Other systems, like electrical or fossil fuels, can be dangerous in areas that have electricity.

Pneumatics and Hydraulics

Many industrial industries thrive by using pneumatic and hydraulic systems; however, depending on the industry, a company must distinguish between the two systems. Using hydraulic systems, when the job calls for pneumatics, could hinder production.

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