Modern uses of pneumatic components include the use of compressed air to move objects through pneumatic tubes, the control of industrial processes through air logic control, and the operation of various tools and equipment. While pneumatic systems can be used to perform a wide array of functions, the same types of components are used in any system dealing with pressurized air. In order to understand how a pneumatic system works on the whole, it is important to understand the function and operation of the various components.
"State the purpose of pneumatic control valves.
Describe the different elements of pneumatic control valves.
Explain the function of air receivers in pneumatic systems.
Explain the function of pneumatic motors in pneumatic systems.
State the three broad classifications of pneumatic tools.
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