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June 13, 2022

 

DCS Allied Electronics Supplies More Than 1600 Ready to Ship Products from Norgren 1 400

Norgren's extensive portfolio of pneumatic products is engineered to provide high-reliability, robust durability and standards compliance in a wide variety of industrial automation, food, beverage and pharmaceutical manufacturing, oil and gas, public utility, transportation, commercial vehicle, medical and construction applications. Allied Electronics & Automation, a global omni-channel provider of product and service solutions, supplies more than 1,600 ready-to-ship pneumatic products from Norgren, a leading global supplier of innovative engineering solutions optimized for the high-precision motion control and fluid power markets.

Pneumatic systems harness the energy generated by the controlled release of compressed air to power applications including pushing, lifting, gripping, punching and vacuum devices employed in the industrial automation, food, beverage and pharmaceutical manufacturing, oil and gas, public utility, transportation, commercial vehicle, medical and construction industries.

Norgren designs and manufactures an extensive portfolio of pneumatic products engineered to provide high-reliability performance and robust durability in a wide range of application environments — including those exposed to extreme temperatures, corrosive materials and dirt and dust — and compliant with relevant National Fluid Power Association (NFPA) and International Organization for Standardization (ISO) specifications. Key components of pneumatic systems manufactured by Norgren and in stock at Allied include:

 

"Pneumatic actuators provide alternatives to electric actuators and motors and are typically used to power devices that handle relatively small, lightweight loads since pneumatic systems produce less force than hydraulic systems," said Dietmar Grün, Product Manager, Motion Control and Actuators, at Norgren. "But that doesn't make them any less vital to the many industries they're employed in. In fact, due to a combination of the relatively low cost required to maintain pneumatic systems and engineering advancements including corrosion-resistant seals that help prevent leaks, the application range for pneumatic systems is now comparable to that of the electric automated systems also used to handle smaller loads."

DCS Allied Electronics Supplies More Than 1600 Ready to Ship Products from Norgren 2 400

 

 

 

To learn more about Norgren's extensive portfolio of pneumatic products available at Allied Electronics & Automation, click here 

 


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