Air Saver | Parker ASV200
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What is an Air Saver?
An air valve that converts constant flow of air to pulsating air (Pulsing Air Valve)
In open-ended pneumatic applications, compressed air consumption can be reduced by up to 50%, while performing the same amount of work.
Air Savers FAQ
ASV 200 Ordering Information
@ 72.5 PSI
|5.3||M5||23-122||43.5-116||Internal Pilot||Food Grade||ASV200-AA-M5|
(B), (C), (D)
- Port 1: Supply port (Compressor side)
- Port 2: Output port (Blow nozzle side)
- Port 3: Exhaust port (Air muffler recommended to keep the dust out)
- (A) Use with dry air only. When temperature of the valve is below 41°F (5°C), completely dry air must be supplied to prevent freezing.
- (B) Air Saver units with "WP" prefix are suitable for most painting applications. Test before using if in direct contact with painted surface.
- (C) If test in painting application fails, try cycling Air Saver unit for 48 hours and repeat test.
- (D) Do not use with clear coat applications.
- (E) Adjustable to maximum frequency of 5Hz
These products can expose you to chemicals including lead and/or DEHP and/or carbon black, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov