Pneumatic systems are systems that provide mechanical power using compressed air. These systems are used in industrial machinery, automation systems, vehicles and many other applications. The working principle of pneumatic systems is based on gas laws. Compressed air requires the use of many components, from sources to valves and cylinders.
Pneumatic systems have many advantages. First, because they work through the compression and expansion of gases, they consume less energy compared to electrical systems. Therefore, they save energy and are environmentally friendly. Secondly, pneumatic systems show high performance in terms of sealing and durability.
Pneumatic systems have many application areas. It is used in industrial machinery, pneumatic systems, assembly, cutting, drilling and other operations in production lines. In vehicles, pneumatic brake systems and suspension systems are used. In automation systems, pneumatic systems control the movements of robotic arms, actuators, and other components.
As a result, pneumatic systems are created by combining many components based on gas laws and provide mechanical power using compressed air. Pneumatic systems, which are widely used in industrial machines, automation systems and vehicles, are preferred because of their high efficiency, reliability and long life.