A pneumatic system is a system that uses compressed air or gas to transmit power and energy. It consists of a compressor that generates compressed air, a network of pipes or tubes that carry the compressed air, and a variety of pneumatic components that use the compressed air to generate mechanical motion or force.

Pneumatic systems can be classified based on their function and application. Some common types of pneumatic systems are:

Control systems: These systems use compressed air to control and automate various industrial processes, such as assembly lines, material handling, and machine tools.

Actuation systems: These systems use compressed air to power pneumatic cylinders, valves, and motors, which generate mechanical motion or force in various machines and equipment.

Pneumatic systems offer several advantages over other types of energy transfer systems, such as electric and hydraulic systems. Some of these advantages include simplicity, reliability, and low cost. Pneumatic systems are also cleaner and quieter than hydraulic systems, making them suitable for use in applications that require a clean and quiet environment.

Proper maintenance and regular inspection of pneumatic systems are necessary to ensure their safe and efficient operation.


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