What is the Most Economical Pressure in Pneumatics?

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What is the Most Economical Pressure in Pneumatics?

Pneumatic systems have been developed and progressed comparatively as a low-pressure system. Pneumatic air consuming devices such as cylinders and rotary actuators are designed for the maximum operating pressure of 8 to 10 bar [115 to 145 psi]. However, practical experience has shown that 6 bar [90 psi] is the most ideal pressure for the economical operation of pneumatic systems. This low pressure allows the designer to keep the size of the components very compact and maintain the cost of the piping system to a minimum.

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