Assembly & Test Application Solutions - Poppet Valves

ROSS poppet valves pop open and closed almost instantly. Surface areas of the piston poppet, the exhaust poppet and the inlet poppet are carefully calculated to produce strong shifting and sealing forces in each direction. This results in a design, which ensures high speed, repeatability and high shifting forces.

ROSS poppet valves have positive sealing with no sliding action to prevent damage and wear. They are also self-cleaning and dirt tolerant thanks to the smallest flow-through area across the poppet’s seal and seat which produces a high-enough velocity to blow out all dirt and foreign matter. Plus, the valve is self-compensating for wear by automatically changing stroke length due to height changes in the valve seal from burnishing. These valves are designed for repeatability, high-temperature service, high speed, and high-shift consistency over the life of the valve.

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ROSS® Safety Applications

  • Channel Select Leak Test

    Using the Dale Manifold with a bench top unit allows the customer to test multiple parts at one time or to test multiple chambers in one single part.

  • Bypass Fill & Exhaust Leak Test

    A bypass valve is used generally for two reasons: To improve cycle time by filling and exhausting with a high flow valve or as an exhaust valve that will prevent contamination such as sand in a casting from damaging the internals of the bench top unit.

  • Vacuum Pick & Place

    Pneumatic vacuum pick & place systems are an ideal choice when moving materials from one location to another in manufacturing applications where conveyors do not provide the precision that is required. Vacuum systems have a lower initial cost and offer other advantages including offering a greater force density, can be mounted close to the process, does not require complex software programming, and are better suited for imperfect environments.

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Dale LT Valve Manifold for Leak Testing

Practically every pressure containing vessel is leak tested during production or assembly. There are a number of leak test methods including Flow, Pressure Decay & Differential Pressure Tests.

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ROSS/FLEX® – Tailoring Standard Products to Your Specific Applications


Using the customer’s expertise and intrinsic knowledge of the smelter application, together with ROSS engineering’s capability to quickly design/manufacture a solution using ROSS' proven Poppet internals, opens the door to painless continuous improvement (cost reduction, improved performance, increased uptime, improved safety, etc.).

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ROSS® Systems

ROSS is a trusted source for systems and panels for existing or new designs. ROSS will build and test systems and panels to your exact specifications using superior materials and proven expertise and can offer on-site testing and installation assistance.

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ROSS India - Safety Specialists

ROSS employs a team of Global Industry Specialists with vast experience in fluid power applications with special emphasis on Safety. The ROSS Safety Team participates on industry standards committees that set policy and best practices for machine guarding in order to improve worker Safety, reduce the likelihood of equipment damage, and increase productivity.

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ROSS India - White Papers

Making safety first is everyone’s goal, and you can take advantage of additional free resources to make that happen. ROSS is proud to provide downloadable white papers for you to use to increase the safety in your Assembly & Test applications and stay up to date on industry standards. You can find all the latest white papers by clicking the link below.

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ROSS employs a powerful team of experts with vast experience in fluid power able to help you find a solution for your safety goals. Whether it be a custom solution, a current product, application, or safety course, ROSS is here to provide just what you need with your business specifications in mind.

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