740 Series Directional Pneumatic Valve

The Aventics 740 Series electrically operated directional valve uses a unique diaphragm/poppet design that provides a fast response, long service life and trouble-free operation. Its polymer body and acrylonitrile butadiene rubber seal deliver a rugged, corrosion-resistant valve solution for directional pneumatic applications.

The 740 Series includes 5/2 and 5/4 directional valves in both single and double solenoid with internal piloting. A range of accessories, including connectors, coils, subbases, contact bridges and fittings, are available for this valve series.

The 740 Series has an IP65 protection class and an ambient and medium temperature tolerance of -15 °C to 50 °C, guaranteeing it operates to spec even in harsh environments.

  • Qn: 700 – 1 100 l/min
  • Fast response times
  • High resistance to corrosion
  • Use for inline or manifold use
  • Service life exceeds 20 million cycles
  • Adjustable integrated flow control
  • Locking and non-locking manual overrides

Equip your pneumatic system with fast-response, precise and long-lasting directional valves from Aventics! The 740 Series is a quality-engineered addition to your system.

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