Pneumatic Silencers, also known as mufflers, are used to securely exhaust pressured air to the atmosphere. Air valves, cylinders, manifolds, and fittings are all frequent places to find them. Without a muffler, air expelling from many types of pneumatic-powered equipment may be so loud that it harms the environment and may even endanger personnel.
The devices are often fitted immediately at the exhaust port and disperse the discharged air via a porous substance that increases surface area, reducing velocity, turbulence, and noise levels.
Mufflers can be constructed of plastic or metals like sintered bronze and sintered stainless steel. Mufflers can be constructed of plastic or metals like sintered bronze and sintered stainless steel. Depending on the application, they are available in several versions. Cone, flat-face, and cylindrical forms are all common design styles. forms are all common design styles.
The sizes range from 0.125 inches (3 mm) to more than 2 inches (50 mm). It can be customized.