Vektek Pneumatic Clamping Catalog

PROFESSIONAL GRADE PNEUMATIC CLAMPING

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Why use VektorAir ™ ?

Why Use Vektor Air TM ? Since the 1980’s, Vektek has researched, designed, manufactured, direct-sold and serviced the VektorFlo ® line of hydraulic clamping devices. During this time, we have often had requests for pneumatic products. While we have successfully converted many of our hydraulic clamps for air use, we wanted to offer a complete line of pneumatic products, specifically designed to meet the requests we were hearing about. We are now proud to offer you the VektorAir TM line of pneumatic swing clamps, toggles, valves, hardware and plumbing accessories, designed specifically for clamping. We think you will find many uses for these. Durable enough for use in machining and welding operations, they are also a good fit for woodworking, assembly and automation. We’ve created our pneumatic line with the same careful detail to quality that we give our hydraulic clamps. Moreover, we back them with applications staff, our VektorAir TM warranty and our signature service before and after the sale.

Quality Product Quality has always been important to Vektek. This product line is no exception. Some quality features include:  PHC TM (Pneumatic Hardcoat), for wrought aluminum surfaces, extends the life of many of our devices. This is a hard anodizing procedure. Internal surfaces are also hard coated and rods are chrome plated for corrosion and maximum abrasion resistance.  Magnetic position sensors are available for most cylinders. The channel for the sensor is built into each cylinder already, and all the pistons are magnetized. Simply order the sensor if you want it! It doesn’t add to the envelope of the cylinder since the switch mounts below the clamp surface. LED indicator switches help reduce set-up time.  Make connections easily with Vektek’s push-to-connect tubing. It functions with Nylon 11 for inch sizes or Nylon 12 for metric sizes. Fittings are shipped with non-PTFE based thread sealant applied. Standard NPT ports are used.  All dynamic seals are made of internally lubricated specially compounded elastomer to promote smooth break away and low operational drag.

WARRANTY Vektek warrants each VektorAir TM product to the original purchaser unless end user as- signment is made at the time of purchase. Each device is warranted against defects in workman- ship and materials for a period of six months from the date of delivery. This warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of any part or parts which are found by Vektek to be defective and does not cover ordinary wear and tear, abuse, misapplication, overloading, excessive flow rates, or altered products. This warranty is the only warranty covering VektorAir TM products. There are no other warranties covering VektorAir TM products, either expressed or implied. When question of warranty arises, the user may contact the factory for authorization to return the merchandise. All returned merchandise must be addressed to a Return Authorization number and shipped to the address indicated on the RA.

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Contents

Quick Reference

PLANNING / CONCEPTS Planning Steps 1 - 10.................................................................. A-1 System Examples and Options . .................................................... A-2 SWING CLAMPS Frequently Asked Questions . ........................................................ B-1 Standard Features ....................................................................... B-2 Top Flange Threaded Body Specifications....................................... B-3 Bottom Flange Specifications ...................................................... B-4 Position Sensors .......................................................................... B-5 Threaded Body Mounting Hardware............................................... B-6 Arm Specifications . ..................................................................... B-7 LINK CLAMPS Frequently Asked Questions . ........................................................ C-1 Specifications . ............................................................................ C-2 Dimensions . ............................................................................... C-3 Lever Dimensions ........................................................................ C-4 SPECIAL USE CLAMPS Air Powered Collet Vise Specifications . .......................................... D-1 MISCELLANEOUS PLUMBING Metric Fittings / Other ................................................................. E-1 Fittings . ..................................................................................... E-2 Rotary Union, Dual Path .............................................................. E-3 Rotary Union, Quad Path ............................................................. E-4 Tubing / Powered LED Electronic Pressure Switch............................ E-5 VALVES Air Filter Regulator / Air Sensing Control Kit................................... F-1 Confirmation Valve....................................................................... F-2 Check Valve, Manual Valve .......................................................... F-4 Manual Valve, Solenoid Operated Valves ...................................... F-5 Valve, 3 Position, 5 Port .............................................................. F-6 Sub-bases .................................................................................. F-7 Sub-bases .................................................................................. F-8 TOGGLES Features, Frequently Asked Questions ........................................... G-1 Heavy Duty, Vertical .................................................................... G-2 Heavy Duty, Vertical .................................................................... G-3 Vertical . ..................................................................................... G-4 Vertical. ...................................................................................... G-5 Push Type ................................................................................... G-6

A

PLANNING/CONCEPTS

A

SWING CLAMPS

B

B

LINK CLAMPS

C

SPECIAL USE CLAMPS

D

C

MISCELLANEOUS PLUMBING

E

VALVES

F

D

TOGGLES

G

E

SAFETY

F

G

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Planning/Concepts Planning Steps 1-10

Step 1: First, determine the nature of the operation to be performed, the number of parts to be processed per cycle, and whether operations will be performed on more than one surface of each part. Also, determine the time that should be allowed for part loading, unloading, and clamping. In the initial phases of system planning, include adequate measures and devices to ensure the safety of workers and equipment. For more information, see the safety section on the back inside cover. Step 2: Prepare an outline of the sequence of events that will take place during the manufacturing cycle. This will assist you in determining the types of circuits that you might need, as well as any external control (such as a tie-in with machine controls) that your application may require. Step 3: If you are fixturing for a machine operation, calculate the cutting forces generated in the machining process and note the direction that these forces tend to act on the workpiece. If you are planning a retrofit of a manual clamping system, you may use the torques presently being used. However, it is recommended that cutter forces be calculated as a precaution in such a case to ensure that clamping devices are sized to provide an adequate margin of safety. The operation manuals of many machine tools contain tables that list machining forces or simple formulas for calculating these forces. However, if you can’t find the information, give us a call. We’ll be glad to get you started.

Step 10: Call us for help. Our application engineers do not design fixtures. Their job is to help you use pneumatic clamps successfully, whether you are retrofitting existing fixtures, need an idea (concept) for clamping a new part or want a quick review of your design, we stand ready to help you. Call: 800-992-0236 for everything you need in power clamping... Discover how easy, economical, and efficient power clamping can be with one toll free call. We’ll be glad to answer your questions, provide concepts or advice, and give you a quote.

Step 4:

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When planning for a machine operation fixture(s), plan with positive fixed stops to resist the majority of the cutting forces and to ensure correct location of the workpiece, using the primary part locating features. Step 5: After you have determined the machine cutting forces, it’s easy to calculate the clamping forces required to hold the workpiece on the fixture or machine table. Again, a simple formula is all you need to arrive at an answer for the materials you’ll be using. Give us a call if you need help. Step 6: Determine where clamps should contact the part to hold or support it securely and to avoid interference with operations. If clamps cannot be located so as to avoid interference with manufacturing operations, it will be necessary to use an external control device to move the clamps out of the way as the need arises during the manufacturing sequence. This will require that electrically actuated valving be used to control the offending devices separately. Step 7: Determine the type and number of clamping devices you need based on the total clamping force required and clamping positions you’ve selected; on the size, strength and shape of the part; and on the operation. Step 8: Select valves and other control components to accomplish the sequence of operations you outlined in Step 2 . See the valve section of this catalog for guidance. Step 9: Finally, select the plumbing components required to connect the air supply to the valves and devices. Simply review your system specifications and layout to determine what you need in terms of ratings, sizes, and lengths.

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Planning/Concepts System Examples and Options

SYSTEM EXAMPLE Swing Clamps, a Toggle Clamp, Plumbing and a Sensor

A-2

Rotary Union (Shown with optional circuit wiring)

Manual Valve

AIR SOURCE INPUT

SENSOR WIRING SOLENOID CONTROL WIRING

Solenoid Valve

AIR SOURCE INPUT

Clamp shown with Sensor and Wiring

Control Valve Stack Shown with Solenoid Valves (Options: Manual valves -OR- a combination of manual and solenoid valves) Maximum Stack - 5 Valves

MULTIPLE SYSTEM EXAMPLE Swing Clamps, Link Clamps, a Toggle Clamp and Plumbing

SOLENOID CONTROL WIRING

AIR SOURCE INPUT

SOLENOID CONTROL WIRING

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Swing Clamps Frequently Asked Questions

We shut the air supply down to our clamps once they are in position. Sometimes we notice that they are sticking. Could this be the cause? Yes, you should avoid deadheading clamp circuits. Keep the valve engaged and air flow to the clamps during the entire clamping cycle. After clamping, my swing clamps are moving. I cannot detect a leak. Why do I have this movement? Where have you set your minimum operating pressure? When establishing operating pressure for the system, remember that 30 psig is the minimum and must be maintained during cycling. If you set your regulator to 30 psig and then open the valve and the pressure drops to 20 psig during clamping, you need to increase pressure until 30 psig is maintained during the entire clamping cycle. This will prevent cycle problems like the one you describe. We need to regulate the speed of the clamping. How is this best done? If component speed is an issue, always regulate the speed from the opposite side of the piston where the pressure is being applied. In other words, if the return stroke is to be controlled, use the exhaust flow from the extended stroke to regulate the speed. This will give superior control and avoid problems with devices sticking.

Following are some of the questions we have been asked while developing the VektorAir TM line. Please read them carefully before planning your system. Many common problems can be identified and corrected before you even order a part! Why do I need to know my shop air pressure when planning my system? Your shop air pressure (in psig, pounds per square inch gauge) will help you determine the size clamp necessary to perform the work that you want to accomplish. The pressure should be measured with an accurate gauge at the point nearest the work area and with normal demand on your system. Pressure measured at the compressor is not valid because continuously pressurized gauges are notoriously inaccurate and there is measurable pressure drop over any extended length of pipe, hose or tubing. Demand on your system will result in fluctuations between just a few percent and as much as 50% for an undersized compressor. You will need to know the minimum air pressure supplied continuously to avoid having parts come unclamped or clamps not operating properly. Is it necessary to check our clamping system for air leaks? Yes. Since air used in a pneumatic system is a compressible medium, leakage will dramatically affect clamping loads. Therefore, circuits should be checked with a suitable leak detection solution such as SNOOP ® or equivalent.* * SNOOP ® is a registered trademark of Swagelok ®

B-1

Is it necessary to use an intensifier? No. You do not need an air intensifier to make your clamps work. Air intensifiers will allow smaller physical size clamps to do more work. For example, referring to the charts on the next page, clamp P1-5110-00 will generate 165 lbs. clamp force at 250 psig, P1-5240-00 will generate 165 lbs. at 60 psig, but is over twice the bore diameter, jumps from 1 7/8” to 3 1/4” in body thread and from about 5 ½” to over 8” in height. If smaller is better, higher-pressure makes swing clamps smaller. Can we restrict our swing clamps to rotate less than 90 degrees, or make them rotate further than 90 degrees? Restricting the swing to less than 90 degrees is reasonably simple. We can provide 45 degrees and 60 degrees for a small up-charge. Precise swing angles and those greater than 90 degrees are possible as specials and will be costly. Contact your Vektek representative to discuss special swing clamp needs. Can we modify the standard arm that is included with the swing clamp? Yes, you may modify the standard arm; it is machinable and weldable steel. In order to remove it, please be sure to follow arm removal and re-installation instructions. Remember that larger arms are larger mass and reduced rotational speed is recommended to avoid damage to the rotational cam track. Why would we use a sensor switch with our swing clamps? You may choose to use a position sensor to detect the location of the swing clamp plunger. The sensors can confirm clamp in position, clamp in unclamp position or clamp in neither clamp or unclamp position.

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Swing Clamps Standard Features

 Arms swing 90º.  Our capscrew arm design is available. You may modify our arm, or we have provided you with dimensions to make your own.  Special wipers and swept-line cylinder tops help keep chips from packing and coolant contaminants from entering the swing clamp.  Swing clamp bodies are wrought aluminum alloy with PHC TM (Pneumatic Hardcoat) coating on all external and internal surfaces. This gives the clamps extended life.  Plungers are carbon steel with hard chrome plating. The guide bushings are hardened alloy steel.  All dynamic seals are internally lubricated and made from a specially compounded elastomer to promote smooth break away and low operational drag.  Six bore sizes are available in two mounting styles to best adapt to your application.  All models are available in straight pull and left or right swings.  Magnetic pistons are standard on all models, allowing you to use position-indicating sensors.  Position sensors mount within the clamp’s space envelope so sensor usage doesn’t encroach on the clamp’s mounting envelope.  Position sensors have an LED indicator to reduce setup time.  All swing clamps have internal orifices to prevent cam damage caused from over accelerating the clamp.  VektorAir TM clamps are double acting to reduce mounting envelope and prevent non-return and slow return problems inherent with single acting clamps.  To determine whether a straight pull, left or right swing should be specified, imagine D F AA B G E C

Top Flange Threaded Body Swing Clamp

B-2

AG

AF

H

ILSP15002 REV A

Clamp Position Sensor Slot

Bottom Flange Swing Clamp

To

M Clamp Stroke

Str

Unclamp Position Sensor Slot

ILSP15002 REV A

ILSP15201 REV A

Product Clamping Forces

viewing the arm from above during the clamping stroke. Arms moving clockwise are right hand swings, counter-clockwise are left hand swings.

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ILSP15001 REV D

Swing Clamps Top Flange Threaded Body Specifications

Operating temperature limits are 32-150° F

1/8 NPT RETRACT PORT 1/8 NPT EXTEND PORT RETRACTED SWITCH GROOVE AF A

“N” TOTAL

E

STROKE “M” CLAMPING STROKE

X

G

W

J

AE

B

AA

R

P

B-3

C

Q

Y

F

AC

Ø H

S

D

AG EXTENDED SWITCH GROOVE D F C AA B AF

Ø K THRU (4X)

V

AG

POSITION SWITCH GROOVES

AD

Z

AB

T

H

ILSP15000 REV G

V

Swing Direction

T

Top Flange Swing Clamp Model Numbers

4X R

RIGHT HAND LEFT HAND STRAIGHT

P1-5040-00 P1-5046-00 P1-5048-00

P1-5070-00 P1-5076-00 P1-5078-00

P1-5110-00 P1-5116-00 P1-5118-00

P1-5140-00 P1-5146-00 P1-5148-00

P1-5200-00 P1-5206-00 P1-5208-00

P1-5240-00 P1-5246-00 P1-5248-00

N Total Stroke

Clamp Position Sensor Slot Bore

M Clamp Stroke

0.500

0.875

1.125

1.500

2.000

2.500

G

E A 1 1/4 - 16 1 5/8 - 16 1 7/8 - 16 2 5/16 - 16 2 3/4 - 16 3 1/4 - 16 B 4.87 5.48 5.48 8.24 8.24 8.20 C 4.37 4.79 4.79 7.11 7.11 7.07 D 2.75 2.80 2.80 4.28 4.28 4.28 E 0.93 1.17 1.17 1.33 1.33 1.29 F 3.59 3.91 3.91 5.47 5.47 5.47 G 0.31 0.31 0.31 0.31 0.31 0.31 Ø H 0.25 0.50 0.50 0.63 0.63 0.75 J 8-32 x .5 5/16-18 x .5 5/16-18 x .5 3/8-24 x .75 3/8-24 x .75 3/8-24 x .75 Ø K 0.17 0.19 0.19 0.22 0.22 0.28 L° 23 25 25 25 25 25 Unclamp Position Sensor Slot

1/8 NPT Unclamp Port

M RIGHT HAND

0.40 0.40 0.69 0.69 1.44 1.10 0.55 0.94 1.67 0.73

0.47 0.47 0.82 0.82 1.75 1.37 0.69 1.19 2.06 0.87 0.69 1.37 0.88 1.50 5.02 2.19 0.63 0.44

0.47 0.47 0.82 0.82 2.00 1.55 0.78 1.31 2.28 0.97 0.78 1.55 1.00 1.50 5.02 2.19 0.63 0.44

0.75 0.75 1.50 1.50 2.50 1.90 0.95 1.56 2.78 1.22 0.95 1.90 1.25 2.18 7.56 2.99 0.75 0.44

0.75 0.75 1.50 1.50 2.87 2.21 1.10 1.81 3.24 1.43 1.10 2.21 1.44 2.18 7.56 2.99 0.75 0.44

0.75 0.75 1.50 1.50 3.40 2.61 1.30 2.13 3.81 1.68 1.30 2.61 1.70 2.43 7.56 3.31 0.87 0.50

LEFT HAND STRAIGHT

N P Q R S

Top Flange Swing Clamp

• Double Acting (D/A) Cylinders, actuated pneumatically both directions. • Clamps are supplied with a standard arm.

T

V

W 0.55

X Y Z

1.10 0.72 1.13 4.59 1.59 0.38 0.31 8-32 1.56 2.18

AA AB AC AD AE AF AG

1/4 - 20

1/4 - 20

3/8 - 16

3/8 - 16

3/8 - 16

1.76 2.38

1.76 2.38

2.88 3.50

2.88 3.50

2.88 3.50

Effective Piston Area (sq. in.)* - - See * statment far right Extend 0.20 0.60

1.00 0.80

1.77 1.46

3.14 2.83

4.91 4.47

Retract

0.15

0.40

Air Usage (cu. in.) Per complete cycle

0.25

0.80

1.50

5.00

9.00

14.00

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Swing Clamps Bottom Flange Specifications

1/8 NPT RETRACT PORT AG

G F

“M” CLAMPING STROKE

X

RETRACTED SWITCH GROOVE

W J

AE

“N” TOTAL STROKE

S

AC

R

Ø A

P

Q

B-4

Y

Ø H

POSITION SWITCH GROOVES

1/8 NPT EXTEND PORT

Ø K THRU (4X)

V

AF EXTENDED SWITCH GROOVE

AD

Z

AB

E

T

D

C

ILSP15200 REV F

AA

B

Swing Direction

Bottom Flange Swing Clamp Model Numbers

RIGHT HAND LEFT HAND STRAIGHT

P1-5041-00 P1-5047-00 P1-5049-00

P1-5071-00 P1-5077-00 P1-5079-00

P1-5111-00 P1-5117-00 P1-5119-00

P1-5141-00 P1-5147-00 P1-5149-00

P1-5201-00 P1-5207-00 P1-5209-00

P1-5241-00 P1-5247-00 P1-5249-00

Bore

0.500

0.875

1.125

1.500

2.000

2.500

Ø A

1.19 4.86 4.36 3.67 3.59 0.84 0.56 0.25

1.56 5.48 4.79 3.97 3.91 0.91 0.56 0.50

1.81 5.48 4.79 3.97 3.91 0.91 0.56 0.50

2.25 8.24 7.11 5.61 5.47 0.97 0.62 0.63

2.69 8.24 7.11 5.61 5.47 0.97 0.62 0.63

3.19 8.20 7.07 5.57 5.47 0.97 0.62 0.75

B

C

D E F G

Ø H

J 8-32 x .5 5/16-18 x .5 5/16-18 x .5 3/8-24 x .75 3/8-24 x .75 3/8-24 x .75 Ø K 0.17 0.19 0.19 0.22 0.22 0.28 L° 23 25 25 25 25 25

M RIGHT HAND

0.40 0.40 0.69 0.69 1.44 1.10 0.55 0.94 1.67 0.73

0.47 0.47 0.82 0.82 1.75 1.37 0.69 1.19 2.06 0.87 0.69 1.37 0.88 1.50 5.02 2.19 0.63 0.44

0.47 0.47 0.82 0.82 2.00 1.55 0.78 1.31 2.28 0.97 0.78 1.55 1.00 1.50 5.02 2.19 0.63 0.44

0.75 0.75 1.50 1.50 2.50 1.90 0.95 1.56 2.78 1.22 0.95 1.90 1.25 2.18 7.56 2.99 0.75 0.44

0.75 0.75 1.50 1.50 2.87 2.21 1.10 1.81 3.24 1.43 1.10 2.21 1.44 2.18 7.56 2.99 0.75 0.44

0.75 0.75 1.50 1.50 3.40 2.61 1.30 2.13 3.81 1.68 1.30 2.61 1.70 2.43 7.56 3.31 0.87 0.50

LEFT HAND STRAIGHT

N P Q R S

Bottom Flange Swing Clamp * See graphs on page B-7 for clamp curves and extended arm performance force. It is recommended that the clamp position be set at about 50% of the clamp stroke. These devices should be positioned in no less than 1/2 second. These recommendations apply when using the standard arm. When using the extended or large custom arms, allow 1 second for positioning.

T

V

W 0.55

X Y Z

1.10 0.72 1.13 4.59 1.59 0.38 0.31 8-32 2.12 2.91

AA AB AC AD AE AF AG

1/4 - 20

1/4 - 20

3/8 - 16

3/8 - 16

3/8 - 16

2.37 3.16

2.37 3.16

3.87 4.66

3.87 4.66

3.87 4.66

Effective Piston Area (sq. in.)* - - See * statment far right Extend 0.20 0.60

1.00 0.80

1.77 1.46

3.14 2.83

4.91 4.47

Retract

0.15

0.40

Air Usage (cu. in.) Per complete cycle

0.25

0.80

1.50

5.00

9.00

14.00

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Swing Clamps Position Sensors

n The use of NPN or PNP is determined by the customer for the device to be connected to the sensor. n 0.188” Sensing Range n Kit Consists of Senor and Cable: - 10 to 30V DC sensor for use in sensing position of swing clamp equipped with magnetic piston.

Position Sensing Kit Model Number and Description P6-2297-00 PNP (Normally Open) P6-2297-01 NPN (Normally Closed)

B-5

- Switch-ON time <1.0 ms - Switch-OFF time <0.8 ms

- One sensor required for each position to be sensed. - Cable is 196” long and has an M8 x 1 plug connector on one end and bare wires on the other.

Position Sensor shown attached to swing clamp

LED Indicator Light

Approx. 15.5” Sensor

Approx. 196” Cordset

Model No. P6-2297-01

Model No. P6-2297-00

ILSP29700 Rev B

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Swing Clamps Threaded Body Mounting Hardware

B-6

Retaining Ring

Mounting Flange

Mounting Bracket

Retaining Ring Model Number P6-4001-20 P6-4001-60 P6-4001-80 P6-4002-30 P6-4002-70 P6-4003-20 A 1 1/4 - 16 1 5/8 - 16 1 7/8 - 16 2 5/16 - 16 2 3/4 - 16 3 1/4 - 16 B 1.63 2.13 2.44 2.88 3.25 3.75 C .31 .31 .31 .31 .31 .31

ILSP64000 REV A

Mounting Bracket Model Number P6-4031-20 P6-4031-60 P6-4031-80 P6-4032-30 P6-4032-70 P6-4033-20 A 1 1/4 - 16 1 5/8 - 16 1 7/8 - 16 2 5/16 - 16 2 3/4 - 16 3 1/4 - 16 B 2.13 2.50 3.38 3.25 3.75 4.25 C 1.06 1.25 1.69 1.63 1.88 2.13 D .81 1.00 1.28 1.38 1.63 1.81 E 1.63 2.00 2.56 2.75 3.25 3.63 F .88 1.13 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 G 1.75 2.25 2.50 3.00 3.44 4.00 H .56 .50 1.00 .63 .75 .75 J .28 .25 .62 .31 .31 .31 K .28 .28 .53 .28 .28 .28 L .12 .09 .25 .62 .84 1.40 M 1.50 1.75 2.50 2.00 2.25 2.25 Mounting Flange Model Number P6-4011-20 P6-4011-60 P6-4011-80 P6-4012-30 P6-4012-70 P6-4013-20 A 1 1/4 - 16 1 5/8 - 16 1 7/8 - 16 2 5/16 - 16 2 3/4 - 16 3 1/4 - 16 B 2.25 2.25 2.50 2.75 3.25 3.63 C .34 .28 .41 .28 .34 .34 D 1.56 1.63 1.88 2.13 2.50 2.88 E .78 .81 .94 1.06 1.25 1.44 F .75 .63 1.00 .63 .63 .63

ILSP64010 REV A

ILSP64030 REV A

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Swing Clamps Arm Specifications

If custom building arms with longer than standard “A” dimension, use the clamp arm performance graphs below to determine the maximum operating pressure of the clamp and available clamp force.

Dimensions

B-7

Model Number

91-5005-03 91-5009-03 91-5015-03 91-5025-03

Model Bore Ø

.50

.875 & 1.125 1.50 & 2.00

2.50 2.43 3.31

A B

1.13 1.59

1.50 2.19

2.18 2.99

C

.38 .50 .20

.63 .69 .27

.75

.87

D E F G H

1.13

1.13

.45

.45

8 - 32

1/4 - 20

3/8 - 16

3/8 - 16

.31 .31 .16

.53 .44 .31

.63 .44 .38

.63 .50 .38

J

K .531 L Ø .245 ± .002 Ø .492 ± .002 Ø .623 ± .002 Ø .748 ± .002 M 3.5 ± .25 3.5 ± .50 1.8 ± .25 1.8 ± .25 N .31 .53 .63 .63 P .180 .344 .390 .390 .262 .262 .516

ILSP91500 REV F

Clamp Arm Performance Arm lengths and pressures operating at or below the curves shown are in the safe operating zones for their corresponding model number. When using extended or large custom arms allow one second minimum for positioning.

ILSP91501 REV A

Operating pressure in PSI Clamping force in Pounds

Operating pressure in PSI Clamping force in Pounds

Operating pressure in PSI Clamping force in Pounds

Arm length in Inches

Arm length in Inches

Arm length in Inches

Operating pressure in PSI Clamping force in Pounds

Operating pressure in PSI Clamping force in Pounds

Operating pressure in PSI Clamping force in Pounds

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Arm length in Inches

Arm length in Inches

Arm length in Inches

ILSP91501 REV A

Link Clamps Frequently Asked Questions

The part thickness varies on my application. Which component will work best for my situation, the swing clamp or the link clamp? Swing clamps have more part variation tolerance, with nominal installation height being at 1/2 of straight stroke, it can tolerate ± 1/2 stroke variations. The limit on link clamps is ±3 O which is more limited. When should a link clamp not be used? If you are clamping on a draft angle, the angle will exert undue stresses on the linkage mechanism. Please avoid stressing guidance mechanisms of either swing clamps or link clamps as these stresses will cause premature failure not covered by warranty due to mis-application.

What is the vertical stroke of a link clamp?

It is the portion of the clamping stroke that must be used when contacting the part. The maximum part variation is included in the vertical stroke, when outside the specifications, the force generated by the clamp will be reduced and may result in reduced clamp life. How do I control the speed of a swing clamp or a link clamp? Avoid high flow rates. The link clamp positions with less mechanical resistance, but mass, acceleration, and sudden stops affect all clamps adversely. Make your decision based on your acceptance of the shortened life cycle. Pneumatic flows are normally restricted on the “out-flow” rather than the current inlet port. In some cases, both inlet and outlet may require restrictions to achieve desired speed results. Is the link clamp more accurate than swing clamps? In some cases it may be preferred, its link mechanism still has a limited amount of play and may not be as precise as you desire. This type of decision is application dependent and generally decided by loading direction, part clamping target, and clearance limitations.

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The link clamp lever arcs up and out of the way to accommodate hard-to-reach or hard-to-hit clamping points. Link clamps contain the beam mechanism often preferred by fixture builders. This self-contained beam eliminates the need to build or design a clamp mechanism as part of the fixture. Vektek’s unique single piece body and pivot design provides the least side-to-side axial deflection and the most rigid product on the market today. Do I have to use the adapters included on the pneumatic link clamp? The included adapters are required to change the device port to NPT from SAE. It is possible to make a transition to either compression tube fittings or to flared tube and hose fittings in one connector. You should call Vektek or visit our website at www.vektek.com . If you are using soft tubing you will need to provide your own ferrule for compression fittings as Vektek does not stock low pressure nylon, brass or bronze ferrules. When should I use a link clamp? A link clamp is often preferred when you must reach over, not swing over or around a height obstacle. Reaching down into a die casting, between two mounting lugs, or a direct overhead vertical load are good examples where these devices are required. Keep in mind that the vertical clearance must be greater when you are bringing a part into position, but direct drop in loading is easily accomplished by an operator or robot in either swing clamp or link clamp fixtures .

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Link Clamps Specifications

Double Acting  Excellent alternative to swing clamps when swing space is limited.  Available in three sizes: 1, 1-1/2, and 2-1/8 inch bore.  Top Flange body mount.  Left, forward, or right lever position from the same body.  Link clamps clear large obstructions better than other types of clamps.  Manifold mounted or standard plumbed using standard NPT fittings.

 Levers sold separately (see page C-4). C-2

Specifications

Model Number FORWARD P1-6621-10 P1-6621-50 P1-6622-10

Lever Position RIGHT

P1-6621-11 P1-6621-51 P1-6622-11 P1-6621-12 P1-6621-52 P1-6622-12

ILSP16601 REV A

LEFT

Bore Diameter (in.)

1.00

1.50 .125

2.125

Vertical Clamping Stroke * Standard Lever Length ** Effective Piston Area (sq. in.) Extend

.09

.125

1.875

2.625

3.094

.785 .479 1.15

1.767 1.325

3.546 2.761

Retract

Air Consumption (cu. in.) ***

3.48

8.63

Operating Pressure Range: 30-250 psi Fluid: Clean Dry Air Lubrication: Not Required * Equal to ±3 O with standard lever.

Lever can be easily positioned in any one of the three directions in relation to the ports.

** Use of extended length arms will result in a reduction of clamp capacity. See graphs of lever output curves for clamping force of various arm lengths. The clamping force is adjustable by varying the pneumatic system pressure. To insure maximum service life and trouble-free operation, these devices should be positioned in no less than 1/2 second. These recommendations apply when using the standard arm. When using the optional long arm or your custom arm, please restrict the flow rates to position the arm in no less than 1 second. *** Per complete cycle.

Operating temperature limits are 32-150° F

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Link Clamps Dimensions

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Dimensions Model Number P1-6621-1X P1-6621-5X P1-6622-1X Total Piston Stroke .907 1.126 1.313 A 1.88 2.53 2.94 B 1.88 2.50 2.75 C 1.13 1.19 1.44 D .56 .59 .63 E 2.45 3.19 3.72 F 1.00 1.38 1.67 G 2.00 2.75 3.34 H .50 .75 .88 J 2.81 3.44 4.13 K 1.88 2.63 3.09 L 2.06 2.44 2.88 M 1/8 NPT 1/8 NPT 1/8 NPT N 1/8 NPT 1/8 NPT 1/8 NPT P .219 .281 .344 Q .788 1.083 1.240 R .788 1.083 1.240 S .788 1.083 1.240 T .433 .591 .630 U 1.181 1.555 1.772 V 3.36 4.42 5.23 W .781 1.000 1.188 X 1.47 1.75 2.06 Y .625 .625 .625 Z 1.38 1.56 1.88 AA 1.00 1.50 1.75 BB .75 1.00 1.19 CC .91 1.13 1.32 DD .50 .75 1.00 EE° 24° 25° 25°

Manifold Port Mounting Dimensions Model Number P1-6621-1X P1-6621-5X P1-6622-1X A 10-32 UNF 1/4-20 UNC 5/16-18 UNC B 1.890 2.560 2.950 C .788 1.083 1.240 D .788 1.083 1.240 E 1.181 1.555 1.772 F .433 .591 .630

Levers are to be adjusted to within ± 3 O of nominal clamp angle to prevent premature failure.

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Link Clamp Lever Dimensions

E

A

Q

H

J

R

B

K

C-4

E

F TYP

S

SQ HEAD SET SCREW

FULL RADIUS

ILSP16604 REV B

N

The clamping force varies according to the clamp arm length. The clamping force F can be calculated using the following formula. Clamping force calculation formula: F = F cyl x ( B ÷ C ) x E F = Clamping force (lb) F cyl = Cylinder force (lb) F cyl = P x A P = Operating Pressure (psi) A = Cylinder Area (sq in) (See table below) B, C = Clamp Lever Length (in) (See Table below) E = Output Efficiency (Approx. 0.9 for standard length and 1.5 for extended length lever) ILSP16604 REV A Dimensions Model Number P1-6621-1X P1-6621-5X P1-6622-1X Bore Dia. (in.) 1.000 1.500 2.125 A - Area (sq. in.) 0.785 1.767 3.547 B (in.) 0.750 1.000 1.187 Standard Length Lever C (in.) 0.937 1.250 1.500 Extended Length Lever (Maximum) C (in.) 3.000 3.500 4.000

ILSP91600 REV A

ILSP91600 REV A

Standard Length Lever Dimensions Model Number 91-6011-03 91-6015-03 91-6021-03 Cyl Bore Dia. 1.00 1.50 2.125 A 1.88 2.63 3.09 B .75 1.00 1.25 C .50 .75 .88 D .2515 .3765 .5015 E .19 .31 .38 F .19 .31 .38 G .2505 .3755 .5005 H .75 1.00 1.19 J .13 .31 .38 K .50 .75 .94 L .50 .69 .88 M .25 .38 .44 N .26 .39 .45 P 1.69 2.25 2.69 Q 1/4-20 UNC 3/8-16 UNC 1/2-13 UNC R 1.25 2.25 3.00 S .19 .28 .38

Extended Length Lever (without tapped hole) Dimensions Model Number 91-6011-02 91-6015-02 91-6021-02 Cyl Bore Dia. 1.00 1.50 2.125 A 3.00 3.50 4.00 B .75 1.00 1.25 C .50 .75 .88 D .2515 .3765 .5015 E .19 .31 .38 F .19 .31 .38 G .2505 .3755 .5005 H .75 1.00 1.19 J .13 .31 .38 K .50 .75 .94 L .50 .69 .88 N .26 .39 .45

Double Acting Pneumatic Link Clamp Lever Output Curves

Modifications to levers that result in clamp ratios below that of the standard lever are not in the safe operating zone for the corresponding link clamp and could result in premature failure.

ILSP91601 REV A

BORE LINK CLAMP

BORE LINK CLAMP

LINK CLAMP

LEVER

LEVER

LEVER

LEVER

LEVER

LEVER

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OPERATING PRESSURE IN PSI

OPERATING PRESSURE IN PSI

OPERATING PRESSURE IN PSI

ILSP91601 REV A

Special Use Clamps Air Powered Collet Vise Specifications

Double Acting

 Single collet styles only.  Compact design yields (downward) 750 lb. collet closing force generated at 100 psig air pressure.  Concentric piston pulls the standard 5-C collet on center line.  Available with or without mounting flange for easy fastening from either top or bottom.

Specifications Double Acting Collet Closer - Pneu. Clamped & Unclamped

Approx. Radial Clamping Force* (lb)

Approx. Axial Clamping Force* (lb)

Approx. Weight (lb)

Model Number

Base Style

P1-5005-00 P1-5005-01

Square Flanged

4.5 5.0

2250

750

 Through-hole design allows you to feed bar stock (1.062” maximum diameter) from the bottom of the collet for high production applications.  Lightweight, only 5 lbs.

Operating temperature limits are 32-150° F *At 100 psi air pressure with a Ø .500 collet Do not exceed 150 psi inlet pressure.

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Model: P1-5005-00

Model: P1-5005-01

ILSP15500 REV E

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Miscellaneous Plumbing Metric Fittings / Other

ILSP30100 REV A

Metric Adapters Used with toggles. See section: “G” Reference callouts: “PORT”

E-1

Straight Connector P3-0148-00 ISO G 1/8 to 4 METRIC TUBE P3-0248-00 ISO G 1/4 to 4 METRIC TUBE

Swivel Elbow Connector P3-0141-00 ISO G 1/8 to 4 METRIC TUBE P3-0241-00 ISO G 1/4 to 4 METRIC TUBE

ILSP30100 REV A

In-Line Flow Control P7-0020-00 1/8 NPT P7-0020-01 1/4 NPT

Pneumatic Muffler P5-0303-00

Quick Exhaust Valve P7-0010-01 1/4 NPT

ILSP50000 REV B

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Miscellaneous Plumbing Fittings

Male Connector • Straight P3-0218-00 1/8 TUBE x 1/4 NPTF P3-0128-00 1/4 TUBE x 1/8 NPTF P3-0228-00 1/4 TUBE x 1/4 NPTF P3-0328-00 1/4 TUBE x 3/8 NPTF P3-0238-00 3/8 TUBE x 1/4 NPTF P3-0370-20 1/8 TUBE x M3 x .5

Male Elbow, 90 o Swivel P3-0121-00 1/4 TUBE x 1/8 NPTF P3-0221-00 1/4 TUBE x 1/4 NPTF P3-0321-00 1/4 TUBE x 3/8 NPTF P3-0131-00 3/8 TUBE x 1/8 NPTF P3-0231-00 3/8 TUBE x 1/4 NPTF

Swivel Male Branch Tee P3-0122-00 1/4 TUBE x 1/8 NPTF P3-0222-00 1/4 TUBE x 1/4 NPTF P3-0132-00 3/8 TUBE x 1/8 NPTF P3-0232-00 3/8 TUBE x 1/4 NPTF P3-0332-00 3/8 TUBE x 3/8 NPTF

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Swivel Male Run Tee P3-0112-01 1/8 TUBE x 1/8 NPTF P3-0122-01 1/4 TUBE x 1/8 NPTF P3-0232-01 3/8 TUBE x 1/4 NPTF P3-0332-01 3/8 TUBE x 3/8 NPTF

Parallel Male Y Swivel P3-0120-00 1/4 TUBE x 1/8 NPTF P3-0230-00 3/8 TUBE x 1/4 NPTF

Expander / Reducer P3-0128-01 1/8 TUBE x 1/4 TUBE P3-0238-01 1/4 TUBE x 3/8 TUBE P3-0218-01 1/4 TUBE x 1/8 TUBE P3-0128-02 5/32 TUBE x 1/4 TUBE P3-0138-01 5/32 TUBE x 3/8 TUBE

Parallel Union Y Connector P3-0220-01 1/4 TUBE

Union Elbow P3-0021-01 1/4 TUBE P3-0031-01 3/8 TUBE

Union Tee P3-0012-00 1/8 TUBE P3-0022-00 1/4 TUBE P3-0032-00 3/8 TUBE

Plug P3-0016-00 1/8 TUBE P3-0026-00 1/4 TUBE P3-0036-00 3/8 TUBE

ILSP30000 REV G

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Miscellaneous Plumbing Rotary Union, Dual Path

Dual Path Rotary Union  Rotating unions are a rotary connection, feeding pressure to fixtures while allowing full 360˚ rotation of the fixture with or without pressure. A machine or independent indexer may do this indexing.  Feature aluminum construction for low weight and excellent durability.  Dual precision sealed bearings for consistent performance and long seal life.  Larger units are available upon request.

Operating Parameters

- Max. Input Pressure: 600 psi - Max. Vacuum: 30 Hg - Max. Rotational Speed: up to 500 RPM - Max. Temperature: 220° F

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Specifications

Max. Input Pressure (psi)

Max Temperature (F)

Electrical Slip Ring Option

Maximum Amps per Circuit

Maximum Volts per Citcuit

Lead Wire Length Min.

Model Number

Max RPM Max Vacuum (Hg)

P3-2242-01

NA

NA

NA

NA

P3-2242-01-ES6A P3-2242-01-ES12A

600

500

30

220

6 Circuit 12 Circuit

2

120

24 in.

ROTARY UNION BASE, WIRES FROM BASE AND CENTER CORE MAINTAIN THE SAME POSITION

CIRCUIT SLIP RING ROTATES INDEPENDENTLY OF UNION

(ROTATING JOINT SHOWN IN YELLOW). DEPENDING ON WHICH PORTION OF THE UNION YOU CHOOSE TO ROTATE (BASE -OR- BODY), WIRES MUST BE PROPERLY SECURED TO PREVENT TWISTING.

ROTARY UNION BODY ROTATES INDEPENDENTLY OF BASE.

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Miscellaneous Plumbing Rotary Union, Quad Path

Quad Path Rotary Union  Rotating unions are a rotary connection, feeding pressure to fixtures while allowing

full 360˚ rotation of the fixture with or without pressure. A machine or independent indexer may do this indexing.

 Feature aluminum construction for low weight and excellent durability.  Dual precision sealed bearings for consistent performance and long seal life.  Larger units are available upon request. Operating Parameters - Max. Input Pressure: 600 psi - Max. Vacuum: 30 Hg - Max. Rotational Speed: 500 RPM - Max. Temperature: 220° F

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Specifications

Max. Input Pressure (psi)

Max Temperature (F)

Electrical Slip Ring Option

Maximum Amps per Circuit

Maximum Volts per Citcuit

Lead Wire Length Min.

Model Number

Max RPM Max Vacuum (Hg)

P3-2442-01

NA

NA

NA

NA

P3-2442-01-ES6A P3-2442-01-ES12A

600

500

30

220

6 Circuit 12 Circuit

2

120

24 in.

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Miscellaneous Plumbing Tubing / LED Pressure Switch

Pneumatic Tubing ORDER IN ONE FOOT INCREMENTS

FOR SYSTEM PRESSURES OVER THE MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURE OF NYLON TUBING, TO A MAXIMUM PRESSURE OF 250 PSI, STEEL OR COPPER TUBING MUST BE USED ALONG WITH APPROPRIATELY RATED FITTINGS.

Pneumatic Tubing Specifications

Maximum working pressure reduction due to increase in tubing temperature.

Model Number

Material Grade Nylon 11 Nylon 11 Nylon 11 Nylon 11 Nylon 12 Nylon 12

Minimum Bend Radius

Ø A

Ø B

75˚F

100˚F

125˚F

150˚F Max.

1/8 1/4 3/8

.093 .180 .275 .106 3mm 4mm

225 250 220 250 250 250

168 188 165 188 188 188

146 162 143 162 162 162

124 137 121 137 137 137

.38 .88

P3-0015-00 P3-0015-01 P3-0015-02 P3-0015-03 P3-0015-04 P3-0015-05

ILSP30001 REV H

E-5

1.50

5/32 (4mm)

.50

5mm 6mm

25mm 30mm

Powered LED Display Electronic Pressure Switch  Large 4 digit LED pressure display.  Requires power (15-32 VDC).  Programmable deadband.

 Easy 3-Button programmable electronic pressure switch.  2 digital switching outputs, 500 mA Rating, PNP only.  Single analog output, 0-10 V or 4-20 mA.  Set pressure range of 0-6,000 psi.  Programmable reset pressure for each output.  Sealed switch for operation in high moisture environments. Complies with IP 67 or Nema Rating 6. Suitable for rapid cycling applications.  Display & electronic connection: rotatable by 320°

Electronic Pressure Switch Specifications

Model Number

Set Pressure Range

Electrical Connection

Power Supply

Power Consumption

2 Digital Contacts

1 Analog Output

Media Temp. Range

M12 Male 5 Pin

Programmable N/O or N/C

Programmable 0-10 V or 4-20 mA

0 - 6000

15 - 32 VDC

50 mA

-13 to +212° F

70-7400-74

Cabling

Pin Out Table

Plug Pin

Input / Output +15- 32 VDC

End 1 Connection

End 2 Connection Female 90° Female Straight Female Straight Female Straight

Length (ft.)

Model No.

Description

Pin 1, Brown Pin 2, White Pin 3, Blue Pin 4, Black Pin 5, Gray

27-7422-00 27-7422-01 27-7422-03 27-9422-02

Male 90°

2.0 2.0

Analog

Male Straight Male Straight Male Straight

0V

Cable, M12 5 Pin

16.4 32.8

SP1 0.5 A MAX SP2 0.5 A MAX

ILS707402 REV A

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Valves Air Filter Regulator / Air Control Kit

Air Filter Regulator Regulated Pressure Range: 0 to 125 psig Temperature Operating Range: 40° F to 125° F

1/8 NPT GAUGE PORT

1/4 NPT OUTLET PORT

Air Filter Regulator Model Number P5-0044-00

1/8 NPT GAUGE PORT

1/4 NPT INLET PORT

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ILSP50040 REV C

Air Sensing Control Kit for Pneumatic Confirmation Systems

 Adjustable air pressure and flow gives you the ability to monitor most confirmation valves, part present or clamp position systems.  Easy electronic pressure switch adjustment with 2 PNP* digital set points and 1 analog output to meet your specific needs.  Can be used with Pallet Decouplers, Pneumatic Confirmation Valves, Part Present Sensing Work Supports or self-made part location orifices.  Ready-to-use kit with everything you need to feed back a confirmation signal of your choice!

FLOW CONTROL

PRESSURE SWITCH M12, 5 PIN MALE CONNECTION

PRESSURE REGULATOR

1/4 NPT FEMALE INPUT

8.56

2X .281

M12 CABLE 16.4 FT

SAE 6 MALE OUTPUT 1/4 NPT WITHOUT ADAPTER

4.00

2X .50

3.26

7.25

PRESSURE GAUGE 0-30 PSI

AIR HOSE, 15 FT

ILS508000 REV A

AIR FILTER AUTOMATIC DRAIN

Air Sensing Control Kit Specifications

Max Air Pressure (psi)

Operating Pressure Range (psi)

Air Flow Rate (SCFM)

Filtration Element (micron)

Power Supply (VDC)

Power Consumption (mA)

Model Number

2 Digital Contacts

1 Analog Output

200

0 - 25

12

5

15 - 32

50

N/O or N/C

0-10V or 4-20 mA

50-8240-00

* For NPN applications order signal converter cable 27-84200-00.

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Valves Pneumatic Confirmation Valve

Confirm Clamp Stroke Position Pneumatically The pneumatic confirmation valve confirms the stage of loading before or after clamping. It is adaptable to multiple devices including: swing clamps, link clamps, cylinders and supports. Avoid machine crashes by confirming specific actions before you cycle your machine. It is designed to be used in both coolant and dry environments and is easily mounted either vertically or horizontally. Confirmation at its finest!  Easily fine tune your fixture choosing between set and differential pressure.  Confirm signal is based on restricting air flow when testing function is present.  Over-travel sensing will reopen if a device depresses plunger beyond the valve limit.  Use Pneumatic Confirmation Valve with almost any clamping device.  Assists in detecting missing or incorrectly loaded parts.  Remote venting recommended in coolant applications.  Feedback to machine automations and robotics through the pressure switch.  1/8 tube - M3 Connector Part No. P3-0370-20, Order separately.

.025 .020

Customer Made Actuator

ILS504089 REV C

Application Setup: Adjust actuator 0.025± 0.020 above valve body with clamp positioned at the bottom of clamping stroke. This will avoid valve and actuator damage if clamp over travels.

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Pneumatic Confirmation Valve CARTRIDGE Model Number 50-4095-00 50-4095-01 Description Over-Travel Sensing Standard

Pneumatic Confirmation Valve BLOCK Model Number 50-4085-00 50-4085-01 Description Over-Travel Sensing Standard

Pneumatic Confirmation Valve Specifications

Differential Pressure*

Feed Port Nominal Diameter (in.)

Max Air Pressure (psi)

Operating Pressure Range (psi)

Air Flow Rate (SCFM)

Plunger Stroke (in.)

Spring Force (lbf.)

Model Number

Port Types

@20 psi System Pressure

@70 psi System Pressure

Description

Manifold and M3

50-4085-00

Over-Travel Sensing

Cartridge Mount

50-4095-00

145

10-70

0.354 - 0.706 Min.12

Min. 45

0.40 Max

1.5 - 3

0.079

Manifold and M3

50-4085-01

Standard

Cartridge Mount

50-4095-01

* Pressure drop when one or more valves open. All valves must be closed for pressure confirmation. Plumb multiple valves in parallel. 50-40X5-00 Over-Travel Sensing Logic

50-40X5-01 Standard Logic

Transition Range

Transition Range

ON OFF

ON OFF

CLAMPED

CLAMPED

Valve Stroke: 0.40" .08" .325"

.350

Valve Stroke: 0.40" .08”

Swing Clamp Stroke Example

Swing Clamp Stroke Example

Clamping Stroke

Clamping Stroke

Swing Stroke

Swing Stroke

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Valves Pneumatic Confirmation Valve

CARTRIDGE AND CAVITY DIMENSIONS

.75

.787

M3 X 0.5-6H

Outlet port allowable to connect at any angle to these surfaces

.512

.07 AIR FLOWS BOTH MODELS

.29 NO AIR FLOWS 50-4095-00

.67 HEX

50°

.25

.106

.020±.005

1.02

.37

R.02

32

.34 NO AIR FLOWS 50-4095-01

.40 TOTAL STROKE

.07

.05 AIR FLOWS 50-4095-00

.512

.689±.005

45°

.157

.906±.005

.08 MAX OUTLET PORT

32

M12 X 1.5 6H

M12 X 1.5 6H

.68

RETURN SPRING O-RING

Inlet port allowable to connect at any angle to these surfaces

ILS504096 REV B

.221 .005

F-3

.110 MAX INLET PORT

BLOCK AND MOUNTING DIMENSIONS

ILS504097 REV B

.29 STROKE NO AIR FLOWS 50-4085-00

.07 AIR FLOWS

2X .38

BOTH MODELS

.25

M3x.5-6H

A

.276

MAX.

.31

2X .19

1.99

8-32 .31 2X

.110 2X

.34 STROKE NO AIR FLOWS 50-4085-01

2X .05

.40 TOTAL STROKE

.05 STROKE AIR FLOWS 50-4085-00

E = Input A = Output

A Port M3 Plug

.21

.866

1.29

(vent to atmosphere)

1.17

E Port M3 Plug

E

M3

ILS504086 REV C

.87

.18

For Proper sealing, mating surface must be flat within 0.003 inch with a maximum 63 µin R surface finish. a

NOTE: MOUNTING HARDWARE NOT INCLUDED E = INPUT A = OUTPUT (VENT TO ATMORSPHERE)

1.25 .87 1.41

A

.63

.28

ILS504085 REV F

E

Recommended Pneumatic Circuit Design  Use Vektek Air Sensing Control Kit (Model # 50-8240-00).  Parallel circuit design with minimum of 0.125" inside diameter feed line size.  Circuit design should be simple and free from flow restrictions that can cause excessive pressure drop.  The maximum number of Pneumatic Confirmation Valves is eight (8).

Monitoring By Pneumatic Pressure Switch Recommended Circuit Layout

Air Pressure Sensor Switch Air Sensing Control Kit 50-8240-00

Gauge

Air Supply

Max. 8 Valves

Flow Control Valve

Air Pressure Regulator

ILS504087 REV B

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