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Available materials: aluminum
Material: The manifold block is made of aluminum, which offers excellent strength-to-weight ratio, corrosion resistance, and thermal conductivity. This makes it suitable for a wide range of applications and environments.
Precision Machining: The manifold block undergoes precision machining processes to ensure tight tolerances and precise alignment of channels and ports, ensuring reliable and leak-free operation.
Multiple Ports: It typically comes with multiple ports or channels that allow the connection of various fluid or gas lines. These ports may vary in size and configuration depending on the specific application.
Versatility: Aluminum manifold blocks can be customized to accommodate different configurations, such as two-way, three-way, four-way, or more, depending on the fluid distribution requirements.
Modular Design: Some manifold blocks feature a modular design, allowing users to connect multiple blocks together to create more complex distribution systems.
Mounting Holes: The block is designed with mounting holes for easy installation on equipment or machinery, providing a secure and stable connection.
High Pressure and Temperature Resistance: Aluminum has good mechanical properties, enabling the manifold block to handle high pressure and temperature conditions without compromising performance.
Anodized Finish: The manifold block may have an anodized finish to provide added protection against wear, corrosion, and external elements.
Lightweight: Aluminum is inherently lightweight, making the manifold block easy to handle, transport, and install compared to other materials like steel.
Customization: Manufacturers can customize the manifold block based on specific application requirements, such as adding additional ports, different thread sizes, or integrating valves and sensors.
Low Maintenance: Aluminum manifold blocks are generally low-maintenance components, requiring minimal attention over their operational life.
Block thicknessThe block
The initial thickness of the block is set at 5 times the maximum diameter of the valve port, and then gradually reduced according to specific requirements.
Drill oil holes Deep, slant holes
The process hole should be as small as possible, considering the high flow chamber first and then the pilot chamber.
Wall thickness of each hole
The safety wall thickness between oil chambers should not be less than 3~5mm, and should consider the deflection of the drill bit within the allowed range.
The flow rate of hydraulic oil in the oil chamber should not be higher than 12m/s, and the return chamber should be 20-40% larger than the inlet chamber.
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