View our range of pneumatic silencers, also called a pneumatic muffler, as they are used to vent pressurized air to the atmosphere in a safe way. Depending on the flow and pressure of the air coming out of an exhaust port, the pneumatic air could produce noise that is potentially harmful to workers or cause noise issues for the application. They accomplish a lower audible noise by increasing the surface area of the release of the pressurized air. The threaded silencers are commonly installed on pneumatic solenoid valves, while the push-in fitting silencers are commonly installed on pneumatic tubing allowing for easy movement between one device to another. They are commonly made out of plastic, brass, or stainless steel and are specified based on their material, connection port, pressure range, and temperature range. If you have any questions, please read our technical article or contact us.