- Pneumatic instruments
With its clean, safe, and easy-to-maintain characteristics, pneumatic technology has been widely applied in various fields. As automation technology continues to develop, the application scope of pneumatic technology will further expand.

The OstBridge team stands out in the pneumatic industry thanks to our extensive expertise, innovative solutions, and commitment to quality. We leverage cutting-edge technology and a deep understanding of market needs to deliver superior products and services, ensuring customer satisfaction and reliability in every application.


Relative Brands of Pneumatic instruments:
  • -Extensive experience with pneumatic components technology
    We have service team of pneumatic instruments, our experts are familiar with the applications and features of different pneumatic cylinders, pneumatic valves, pneumatic actuators and regulators.

  • -Strong engineer and sales team
    Whether you need to purchase spare parts of pneumatic products or look for new solution partner of pneumatic instruments , our team is here to assist you. With access to our extensive product library and global supply chain, we can help you find the perfect match. Simply provide us with the product parameters or the product nameplate, and we'll leverage our expertise to locate the exact component you need. Our services are available worldwide, and we strive to earn your trust through competitive pricing and dependable customer service.

  • -One-stop Pneumatic solution
    We have the privilege of maintaining close relationships with Emerson and AVENTICS, we can offer competitive prices and fast delivery.

Pneumatic technology has a wide range of applications in various industrial fields, mainly including:
1.Industrial automation:
Clamping, positioning, transferring, and other actions on assembly lines
Power source for automated equipment, such as valve switching, door pushing and pulling, etc.
2. Mechanical manufacturing:
Fixtures, tool magazines, etc., on CNC machines
Drilling, riveting, punching, and other actions in metal processing
3. Food processing:
Clamping, sealing, cutting, and other actions in packaging machinery
Sorting, pushing, and other actions on food conveyor lines
4. Automotive manufacturing:
Welding fixtures
Various actions on assembly lines
5. Electronics manufacturing:
Feeding, picking, and placing in SMT machines
Cutting and separating PCBs
6. Medical equipment:
Drills, suction, and other functions in dental equipment
Power source for medical devices
7. Agricultural machinery:
Power control for planting machines, harvesters, etc.
Various actions in agricultural product processing equipment
8. Mining machinery:
Power control for mining equipment, conveying equipment, etc.
Various actions in ore processing equipment
9. Construction engineering:
Power control for concrete mixing trucks, pump trucks, etc.
Various actions in building material processing equipment
Basic knowledge of Hydraulic Valves?
How do hydraulic valves work?

Pneumatic valves are devices that control the flow of compressed air in a pneumatic system. They work by redirecting or blocking the flow of air based on the valve's position. The most common types of pneumatic valves are directional control valves, which are used to control the direction of air flow and thus the movement of pneumatic actuators.

What are the different types of hydraulic valves?

There are various types of pneumatic valves, including Directional Control Valves, Flow Control Valves, Pressure Relief Valves, Pressure Regulator Valves, Shuttle Valves, Quick Exhaust Valves, Solenoid Valves and Check Valves. Each type of valve serves specific purposes within a pneumatic system, ensuring efficient and accurate control of air flow and pressure. The table lists different types of pneumatic valves, along with their advantages and common applications.

Valve Type



Directional Control Valves

·Control the direction of airflow.
·Versatile and can be used in various applications.
·Available in multiple configurations (2-way, 3-way, 4-way, etc.).


Flow Control Valves

·Regulate the flow rate of air.
·Improve the efficiency of pneumatic systems.
·Simple design and easy to maintain.

·Material handling

Pressure Relief Valves

·Prevent system overpressure.
·Enhance safety by releasing excess pressure.
·Reliable and durable.

·Oil and gas
·Chemical processing
·Food and beverage

Pressure Regulator Valves

·Maintain a constant output pressure regardless of input pressure fluctuations.
·Enhance system performance and consistency.
·Reduce wear and tear on equipment.

·Medical devices

Shuttle Valves

·Allow for alternate flow paths.
·Simple and robust design.
·Minimal maintenance required.

·Pneumatic circuitry
·Industrial automation

Quick Exhaust Valves

·Speed up the exhaust process.
·Increase the speed of pneumatic actuators.
·Compact and easy to install.


Solenoid Valves

·Electrically controlled, allowing for remote operation.
·Fast response time.
·High precision and reliability.

·Water treatment
·HVAC systems

Check Valves

·Allow airflow in one direction only.
·Prevent backflow and contamination.
·Simple and cost-effective.

·Pneumatic systems
·Hydraulic systems
·Industrial machinery

How do I select the right Pneumatic valve for my application?

Selecting the right pneumatic valve for your application involves several key considerations:

Type of Valve: Determine the type of valve needed (e.g.,directional control valves, flow control valves, pressure control valves) based on your specific application requirements.

Operating Pressure and Flow Rate: Ensure the valve can handle the operating pressure and flow rate of your system. Check the valve's specifications for maximum and minimum pressure ratings.

Port Size: Match the valve's port size with the piping or tubing in your system to ensure proper fit and flow.

Actuation Method: Choose the actuation method (manual, solenoid, pneumatic, or mechanical) that best suits your control requirements and system setup.

Material Compatibility: Select a valve made from materials that are compatible with the media (air, gas, or liquid) that will flow through it to prevent corrosion or degradation.

Environmental Conditions: Consider the operating environment (temperature, humidity, exposure to chemicals) and select a valve that can withstand these conditions.

Response Time: For applications requiring quick response times, ensure the valve's actuation speed meets your needs.

Mounting and Installation: Check the valve's mounting options and installation requirements to ensure it can be easily integrated into your system.

Maintenance and Durability:Consider the ease of maintenance and the valve's durability, especially for applications with high usage or harsh conditions.

Cost: Balance the cost of the valve with its features and the budget for your project.

How do I maintain Pneumatic valves?
Maintaining pneumatic valves involves several key steps:

1. Regular Inspection:
- Check for wear, damage, and leaks.
- Ensure smooth operation and correct response.

2. Cleanliness:
- Use clean, dry, filtered air.
- Keep the valve exterior clean.

3. Lubrication:
- Follow manufacturer's guidelines.
- Use recommended lubricants.

4. Seal and Gasket Inspection:
- Inspect for wear or damage.
- Ensure proper installation.

5. Tightening and Adjustment:
- Check and tighten loose fasteners.
- Make necessary adjustments for proper operation.

6. Testing:
- Perform leak tests.
- Regularly test performance.

7. Replacement of Worn Parts:
- Keep spare parts on hand.
- Replace worn or damaged parts promptly.

8. Environmental Considerations:
- Protect from harsh conditions.
- Ensure operation within specified temperature range.

9. Documentation:
- Maintain detailed maintenance records.
- Follow the manufacturer's maintenance manual.

Talk with an Experts

We're here to provide assistance. Our team of skilled sales and engineers are
dedicated to promptly addressing your most challenging and technical encoder inquiries.

Contact with us: info@ostbridge-tech.com

We'll get right right back to you.

Customer Message
We are not an authorized distributor of above listed manufactures.
Any reference on this site to names, brands, products of third parties is provided for informational purposes only.
All the images, illustrations, icons, photographs are copyrights and/or any other type of intellectual property owned, controlled or licensed by third parties.