In dust collection systems, diaphragm valves play a crucial role in regulating airflow to optimize cleaning. By creating a pulse of air, these valves dislodge dirt and dust from the outside of filters, allowing debris to be collected and discarded. They are widely used in various industries and applications, including:
Diaphragm valves operate on a simple principle with a design centered around two key components: the diaphragm and the solenoid.
The diaphragm is a thin flexible rubber piece which separates the valve body into an upper and lower cavity while sealing the valve outlet. In the closed position, the diaphragm seals the valve's main outlet allowing air pressure to build in the upper and lower cavities. When the solenoid is energized, air from the upper cavity is quickly exhausted reducing the air pressure in the upper cavity. This creates a pressure difference between two cavities and allows the diaphragm to be pushed up, opening the outlet of the valve and creating the pulse of air.
Proper functioning diaphragm valves are vital for efficient operation of dust collection equipment. If you encounter a malfunctioning valve, it is crucial to repair or replace it promptly.
At U.S. Air Filtration, Inc., we offer replacement diaphragm valves for various applications. Additionally, we provide repair kits, also known as rebuild kits, to restore your valve's components.
Our extensive range of replacement diaphragm valves includes trusted brands such as:
We also offer repair kits in different materials, such as Buna, nylon, silicone, and viton, to accommodate your specific needs. With a large selection of in-stock diaphragm valves and repair kits, we offer same-day or expedited shipping for your convenience.
When it comes to diaphragm valves and repair kits for your dust collection system, rely on U.S. Air Filtration, Inc. We stock a wide selection of valves and repair kits to meet your needs. If you require assistance in optimizing the performance, efficiency, and value of your dust collector system, feel free to reach out to us at 888-221-0312 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our team may ask you the following frequently asked questions to better understand your project.
For more information, check out our video guide on How to Replace Your Dust Collector Diaphragm Valves!