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Ningbo Hengmin Lingtong Pneumatic Complete Set Co., Ltd.

Ningbo Hengmin Lingtong pneumatic complete set Co., Ltd. (LTPC), located in Xikou, Ningbo, Zhejiang Province, is China Directional Valve Suppliers and OEM/ODM Directional Valve Company. Since its establishment in 1996, LTPC has been rooted in the pneumatic industry for more than 30 years. From a small workshop, LTPC has developed into a 18000 square meter production base with Japanese import processing center and Ningbo Municipal "pneumatic product R & D center".
At present, our factory has nearly 100 core employees, and has set up a high-quality and high-level technology R & D team. The "industry university research" integrated system, which is jointly built with Mechanical College of Xi'an Jiaotong University, will bring greater opportunities to the factory. LTPC has obtained the qualification of "high tech enterprise" for many years in a row, and has been rated as "patent demonstration enterprise", "president unit of Fenghua pneumatic industry association", "AA level contract abiding and credit valuing unit", etc, our Wholesale Directional Valve are all over China, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Europe and the United States and other markets, and widely affect machinery, metallurgy, food, packaging, textile, electronics and other fields.

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A directional valve is a type of valve that controls the flow of fluid in a system by directing it to different locations or paths. It typically consists of a body with one or more inlets and one or more outlets, and a control mechanism that allows the operator to change the direction of flow. Directional valves can be operated manually, or they can be automated using electrical, pneumatic, or hydraulic signals. They are commonly used in fluid power systems to control the flow of fluid to and from actuators, such as cylinders and motors. Directional valves can be classified based on the number of positions and ways they have, as well as the type of control mechanism they use.
A directional valve is a type of valve that controls the flow of fluid in a hydraulic or pneumatic system. It is used to direct the flow of fluid to different components in the system, such as actuators or cylinders. Some advantages of using a directional valve include:
Directional valves can be used to control the direction of fluid flow in a system, allowing for precise control over the movement of actuators and other components.
They can be used to isolate different parts of a system, preventing fluid from flowing to certain components when they are not needed.
Directional valves can be used to implement a variety of control functions, such as on/off control, flow control, and pressure control.
They are relatively simple and reliable, and can be used in a variety of applications, including manufacturing, construction, and transportation.
Directional valves are available in a range of sizes and configurations, making them suitable for use in small and large systems.