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Rexroth Ceram™ Manifolds, Size 1



END PORTED MANIFOLDS

STATION SEGMENT


Each station segment kit comes complete with pipe plugs (to block unused delivery ports), fastening hardware, and a gasket. The gasket is placed between each station segment. The standard sealing gasket (A GASKET. PART NUMBER - R432008985) included has windows open for ports 1,3, & 5.

END PLATE KITS

Consists of two end plates complete with pipe plugs (to block unused supply and exhaust ports), fastening hardware, and the standard sealing gasket (A GASKET, Part Number - R432008985)

EASY MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY

Use a 4 mm hex (Allen) wrench to assemble the manifolds. Nuts and bolts (included in each kit) are used to hold the manifolds together. An extra long 4 mm wrench can be used for longer manifolds for more rapid assembly.

DUAL MANIFOLD SUPPLY PRESSURE

Supply pressure can be supplied to both ends of the manifold by simply not installing the pipe plugs supplied with the end plate kit. This is generally considered normal practice if more than 3 valves are energized at the same time.

MANIFOLD WITH TWO DIFFERENT SUPPLY PRESSURES

Different supply pressures can be provided by placing blocking gasket B (1821015043) between two of the station segments to divide the two different pressures.

PLEASE CPNSULT FACTORY WITH SPECIAL APPLICATIONS 1 AND 2 BELOW:
  1. Manifold With Two Different Supply Pressures & Common Ext. Pillot
  2. Manifold With Three Different Supply Pressures
COMMON EXTERNAL PILOT PRESSURE

Use a 1/8 diameter drill at the 14 end to remove the thin wall on manifold station segment R432015314. Clean throughly.
NOTE: This wall is required to operate air piloted valves on manifold.






Advantages
Eliminate Downtime-They Don’t Stick
Normal air valves can stick or jam and cause start-up problems because of their inability to handle accumulations of dir, dust, oil or water in air lines. Not with the Ceram valve. There’s no gap between the plates for dirt and oil to accumulate. The plates are finished so precise that they act like sliding magnets or jo blocks. Solenoid operators of the same voltage on standard valves are interchangeable between all sizes, reducing spare parts inventory and downtime.

They Work Great in Normal Applications Too
Just because they are so popular in harsh environments, don’t think they won’t work great in a more normal application.

Ceram Valves Save Air and Money
The tight shut-off with Ceram valves eliminates costly loss of air that is common in other designs. Compressed air that you pay for.

Extended Life
Years of proven field service verifies an anticipated life of 150 million cycles even under adverse conditions.

Overcomes Design Limitations of Other Valves
Lapped spool valves normally have a small gap between spool and sleeve that is prone to oil and dirt accumulation, resulting in sticking and the waste of air. Packed spool valves using elastomer seals are subject to deterioration and excessive wear when contamination and/or incompatible lubricants are present.



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Internal to External Pilot Field Conversion, Sizes 1 and 2
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Piping Procedures
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