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MettleAir BSC-N01 Pneumatic Speed Control Silencer Valve, Sinter

$39

MettleAir BSC-N01 Pneumatic Speed Control Silencer Valve, Sinter

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Product description

Number of Items:10

Important Note: "Pipe Thread Size" Does Not directly correspond to Actual Dimensions of the thread.
Quantity: 1 (One) piece
Overview: Silencers are widely used in pneumatic applications for reducing noise level and protecting equipment from unwanted contaminants.
Features:
Silencers/Mufflers are used to reduce dynamic noise of the pneumatic components or device exhaust.
Easy installation and high nose reduction result, Quick and Reliable connections
Used with: Cylinders, Valves, Crank cases, gear boxes, oil tanks, reservoirs, air tools.
Designed for:
1. Filtering exhaust and intake air from potential dirt and foreign particles, thus prolonging valve's life. "br"2. Noise muffling during pressure equalization. "br"3. Control/Adjust speed of air flow "br"Material: Base-Brass (HPb59-1), Muffling Element-Sintered Bronze "br"Working Pressure: 0-116 PSI "br"Working temperature: from -10 to +70 ºC. "br"This precision product works great with other MettleAir accessories.


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MettleAir BSC-N01 Pneumatic Speed Control Silencer Valve, Sinter


 
 

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