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Chapter 1 introduction to pneumatic

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This chapter introduces Basics of Pneumatics, Advantages & Disadvantages, Application and symbols to students who are taking Pneumatics and Hydraulics course in Polytechnics

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Chapter 1 introduction to pneumatic

  1. 1. J4011 - PNEUMATIC & HYDRAULICS
  2. 2. Safety Rules  Never blow compressed air at anyone, not even yourself.  Never let compressed air come into contact with your skin, as this can be very dangerous.  Always wear safety goggles when you are connecting and operating circuits.  Check that all airlines are connected before turning on the main air supply.
  3. 3. Safety Rules  Always turn off the main air supply before changing a circuit.  Keep your hands away from moving parts.  Avoid having airlines trailing across the floor or where someone could trip or become entangled.
  4. 4. Pneumatics - UseSome examples of everyday pneumatic systems areshown below. How many do you recognise?
  5. 5. Pneumatics - UsePneumatics are also used a lot in industry. It can beused to do lots of different jobs such as moving, holdingor shaping objects. MOVE HOLD FORM PROCESS
  6. 6. Advantages of Pneumatics Clean: Pneumatic systems are clean because they use compressed air. If a pneumatic system develops a leak, it will be air that escapes and not oil. This air will not drip or cause a mess which makes pneumatics suitable for food production lines. Safe: Pneumatic systems are very safe compared to other systems. We cannot, for example, use electronics for paint spraying because many electronic components produce sparks andthis could cause the paint to catch fire.
  7. 7. Advantages of PneumaticsReliable: Pneumatic systems are very reliable and can keep working for a long time. Many companies invest in pneumatics because they know they will not have a lot of breakdowns and that the equipment will last for a long time.Economical: If we compare pneumatic systems to other systems, we find that they are cheaper to run. This is because the components last for a long time and because we are using compressed air.
  8. 8. Advantages of PneumaticsFlexible: Once you have bought the basic components, you can set them up to carry out different tasks. Pneumatic systems are easy to install and they do not need to be insulated or protected like electronic systems.
  9. 9. HOMEWORK Give three examples of the everyday use of pneumatics. What is compressed air? Give two reasons why pneumatic systems are used in industry. Explain the advantages and disadvantages of pneumatics.
  10. 10. •Pneumatics is the general term used to describe themechanics of gases•Pneumatics, derived from the Greek word pneumatikos,where;• pneu = wind/gases• matikos = power• Pneumatics is a type of power transmission that uses a gasand pressure differential to create movement.
  11. 11. Pneumatic System
  12. 12. The development of pneumatic systems is assisted by auniform approach to the representation of theelements and the circuits. The symbols used for theindividual elements must display the followingcharacteristics:• Actuation and return actuation methods•Numbers of connections• Numbers of switching positions•General operating principle• Simplified representation of the flow path
  13. 13. Symbol used in energy conversion and preparation
  14. 14. Symbol used in energy conversion and preparationTime delay
  15. 15. Non-return valves and derivativesFlow control valves
  16. 16. Auxiliary symbols
  17. 17. Pneumatic Cylinders
  18. 18. Rotary motion
  19. 19. Actuator
  20. 20. Pneumatics - UseSome examples of everyday pneumatic systems are shownbelow. How many do you recognise?
  21. 21. Pneumatics - UsePneumatics are also used a lot in industry. It can beused to do lots of different jobs such as moving, holdingor shaping objects. MOVE HOLD FORM PROCESS
  22. 22. QUIZGive three examples of the everyday use of pneumatics.Give two reasons why pneumatic systems are used in industry.
  23. 23. THANK YOU

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