Butterfly Valve and Air Intake Automated Assembly

Butterfly Valve and Air Intake Automated Assembly
Typical Products
  • Butterfly Valves
  • Intake modules

Butterfly valves are used to regulate the air supply and thus the fuel-air mixture of motor vehicle engines. They contribute to optimal power delivery and emission reduction. Throttle valves are located in the throttle valve control unit, which consists of the housing, actuator and angle sensors and is installed in the intake tract between the air filter and intake manifold. Depending on the model, the position of the throttle valve is set either mechanically or via an electronic accelerator pedal, the engine control unit and a servomotor. Throttle valves on diesel engines are referred to as air control valves. In intake air management, modularisation began early on. Today, automotive OEMs rely on more highly integrated intake modules to supply air to the engine, which are also used to filter the intake air and optimise the air-fuel mixture. In addition to the intake manifold, typical components include throttle valve actuators, air filters, fuel injectors, sensors, the engine control unit and a set of cables. Depending on the model, oil mist separators or fuel filters may be added. Modern intake modules allow better utilisation of installation space, a reduction in the number of interfaces and lower installation and maintenance costs.

Suppliers: Butterfly Valve and Air Intake Automated Assembly

 Aktivit spol., s. r. o. Novy Bor
 Aumann Limbach-Oberfrohna GmbH Limbach-Oberfrohna
 Bremer Werk für Montagesysteme GmbH Bremen
 Dr. Wiesner Steuerungstechnik GmbH, Remshalden
 Fichter Maschinen GmbH Eichstetten
 HENKEL & ROTH GmbH Ilmenau
 innomatec GmbH Test- und Sonderanlagen, Idstein / Taunus
 Maier GmbH Wernau
 plusdrei HESA GmbH Ostfildern
 Rodotec AG Stans
 ruhlamat GmbH, Marksuhl
 SIM Automation GmbH Heilbad Heiligenstadt
 teamtechnik Maschinen und Anlagen GmbH Freiberg am Neckar