Gang Manifold Solenoid Valves
A manifold is a device that links one or more pneumatic system block/isolate valves.
Fluid distribution devices are known as Gang-Manifold. Manifolds are often set up such that several exits share a single inlet or supply chamber. They might have one or more common supply chambers, as well as a variety of outputs. The style of the manifold circuit might be either series or parallel. The pressure supply is passed through one valve to the next in a series manifold.
The intake ports of a parallel manifold all share the same pressure supply. Integral manifold valves, integral valve types, and solenoid valve power input are all valve parameters to consider for manifolds. In contrast to a base or subplate to which separate valves are affixed, integral valves are integrally integrated with the manifold.