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R1/4'' Brass Silencer
This bronze pneumatic silencer is used to vent pressurized air to the atmosphere in a safe way. Through their design, they decrease the audible noise of vented pressurized air by increasing the surface area of the release of pressurized air. It has a connection port of R1/4" male threads to screw into a port. It can handle an ambient temperature of 0 - 60 °C and an operating pressure range of 1 - 7 bars.
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This Mindman bronze pneumatic silencer, also called a pneumatic muffler, is used to vent pressurized air to the atmosphere in a safe way. Air exiting a pneumatic pressurized system can cause an audible noise, which can cause harm to workers or not meet application noise specifications. They decrease the audible noise by increasing the surface area of the release of pressurized air. It has a connection port of R1/4" male threads to screw into a port. The silencer has a conical type design. It can handle an ambient temperature of 0 - 60 °C and an operating pressure range of 1 - 7 bars. It can be tighten by a 16 mm wrench. Depending on your usage, you should incorporate a silencer cleaning schedule into the system maintenance planning. Remove the silencer and rinse it under lukewarm tap water. Then use compressed air to blow away any remaining dirt particles. Do this from outside to inside instead of the usual inside to outside.
- Decreases the noise of exiting pressurized air to keep workers safe and application noise specifications correct
- Decreased flow rate, however, it is minimal
- It is not a flat design, so it has a protrusion that takes up space
The Mindman silencer MS-series products are an excellent addition to a pneumatic system to safely vent pressurized air to the atmosphere. They will effectively decrease the audible noise to a safe level. Various design options from flat to minimize space or canonical design. They are commonly installed onto pneumatic solenoid valves and have either a plastic or brass housing.