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Eisele Basicline now includes throttle valve with click function

01 April, 2016

The solid metal connection components of the Eisele Basicline for compressed air, gases and liquids are part of an easy-to-install modular kit system. The new click throttle valve with dosing function, which is available starting immediately, is a new addition to extensive assortment of standard threaded fittings.


The new click throttle valve from the Eisele Basicline displays its strengths in all applications requiring fine dosing of volume flows. In addition to precise regulation of compressed air and the control of oil and lubricant flows, it can also be modified for use with other media on request.

The robust nickel-plated brass swivel connection is designed for a pressure range of 0 to 16 bar and a temperature range of -20 to +120degC. The flow is controlled by a manually adjustable internal annular gap, which is increased or reduced by turning a knurled thumb screw with a click-lock function.

Fast and easy regulation of media

The main feature of the new click throttle valve is user-friendliness: a line on the hollow screw indicates the zero position and the scale on the non-slip regulating screw is designed to allow fast and easy manual adjustment. “The combination of regulating screw and hollow screw fulfils every conceivable industrial requirement for micro-dosing technology,” said Philipp Bochtler, sales engineer at Eisele in Waiblingen.

The sensitive click-lock function withstands not only vibrations and impacts, but also guarantees a constant volume flow throughout the entire flow range. The small thread pitch of the regulating spindle results in a tolerance of only +/- 2 clicks. This ensures the repeat accuracy of the set values. Moreover, the closed throttle valve is one-hundred percent media-tight. The inner and outer G1/8" threads enable easy assembly and commissioning. Corrosion-resistant FPM seals ensure a leak-proof installation.

Connections for compressed air, vacuum, gases and liquids

The Eisele Basicline comprises 3500 standardised connection components, which are manufactured from high-quality materials and are available for short-term delivery. The line includes connections, couplings and threaded fittings for compressed air, vacuum, gases and liquids, which are subdivided into four types.

Threaded fittings are available with a union nut that allows implementation of all pneumatic applications, in addition to large-diameter threaded fittings that allow maximum hose flow rates. For fast connection and disconnection of compressed air hoses, push-in connections with a release ring and with a release sleeve are available. For use under extreme ambient conditions Eisele offers the special, easy-to-clean series 14.

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