Pneumatic technology uses pressured gas to drive some sort of mechanical motion. The most common gas used in pneumatic technology is dry air. The air must be dry as moisture has different compressive qualities. Pneumatic technology is very similar to hydraulic technology, however the fluid used to drive the motion here is always a liquid.
Pneumatic systems are operated using a central pneumatic device (such as an air motor or compressor) and utilise manual or automatic solenoid valves to control the airflow around the system.
Pneumatic systems contain many components, pneumatic manifold tube-to-tube fittings being one example.
Pneumatic manifold tube-to-tube fittings allow a number of tubes to be connected together via a central manifold. They can connect a range of numbers of hoses in a variety of arrangements and orientations.
Pneumatic manifold tube-to-tube fittings come in a variety of diameters, thread sizes, grades and materials. These adaptors allow the user to change the connections in a system so an assortment of hoses can be attached.