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New, easy to configure valve islands from Camozzi

20 April 2012

Camozzi’s range of valve islands has been extended with the addition of the Series F, providing an easily configurable, cost effective, lightweight and compact system that is suitable for a wide variety of applications and sectors. The Series F design enables assembly and testing activities to be carried out locally, so that customer requirements can be met very quickly in terms of actual delivery time.

The speed with which Series F can be configured is clearly demonstrated by Camozzi’s online configuration tool which is available in the product area frmo the company's website.
Each Series F valve island module has a 25 pin multipole electrical connection allowing anything from two to 24 valves to be mounted together.

A complete range of valve functions is available, initially with two body widths (12 and 14mm) which facilitate flow rates of 250Nl/min and 500Nl/min respectively.
Higher flow rates will be possible following the introduction of additional valve sizes.

A proven low watt (0.6W) pilot valve helps to minimise the power consumption of each valve island, which can accommodate both positive and negative pressure zones.

Strength and rigidity are provided by the tie-rod construction, which also enables future expansion as valve slices can easily be added or removed. Installation work is simplified further by the direct or DIN rail mounting options and the fittings cartridges (4, 6 and 8mm) which can be configured to match the pipework requirements.
 


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