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Pneumax Mechanical 1/8" Valves 3/2

Pneumax Series 200 Tappet - Spring

£20.05 (Inc £24.06)

Pneumax Mechanical 1/8" Valves 3/2

Pneumax offers a variety of 3/2 mechanical valves suitable for various pneumatic applications. Here's a summary of their main options:


  • T228: Technopolymer body, lightweight and cost-effective, available in 1/8" connections with Pneumatic-Spring or Pneumatic-Pneumatic actuation.
  • 212: Aluminum body, robust and durable, available in 1/2" connections with Pneumatic-Spring actuation.
  • 104: Plastic lever/push button options, compact and economical, available in 4mm connections with Spring or Spring/Lever/Push Button actuation.

Actuation Types:

  • Pneumatic-Spring: Operated by an air pilot signal and returns to its initial position using a spring. Similar to solenoid valves in remote control.
  • Pneumatic-Pneumatic: Both actuation and reset require air pilot signals. Offers greater control and flexibility.
  • Spring/Lever/Push Button: Manual actuation for simple control in non-automated applications.


  • 3/2 configuration: Controls flow in three ports, two inlet and one outlet.
  • Compact and lightweight: Suitable for space-constrained applications.
  • Durable and reliable: Made from high-quality materials for long-lasting performance.
  • Variety of options: Choose the right valve based on size, actuation type, and control method.


  • Machine control: Controlling pneumatic cylinders and actuators in various industrial machines.
  • Process control: Regulating air flow in production lines and automated systems.
  • Fluid handling: Directing compressed air or other fluids in pneumatic circuits.
  • Simple pneumatic operations: Manual control of air flow in smaller equipment.

Choosing the right Pneumax 3/2 mechanical valve depends on your specific needs and application. Consider factors like:

  • Operating pressure and flow rate: Ensure the valve is compatible with your system's pressure and flow requirements.
  • Port size and connection type: Choose the correct thread size and type to match your existing setup.
  • Actuation type: Select the actuation method that best suits your control needs (manual, pneumatic pilot, etc.).
  • Body material and environmental considerations: Choose a material suited for your operating environment and application demands.