This trainer introduces students to pneumatic technology and its applications. Each lesson requires students to conduct an experiment in pneumatic technology using one or more of the 20+ components including different types of valves, cylinders and measuring instruments.

Students will learn about air preparation, vacuum and pressure regulation. They will understand how to directionally control air flow using manual, solenoid, and air piloted control valves to operate actuators and other devices in order to generate useful work. They will construct pneumatic circuits replicating real-world applications. Students will apply Pascal, Charles, and Boyle Gas Laws to pneumatic circuits.

  • Many see-through components allow for student observation and increased understanding of system functions
  • Built in power supply includes air compressor 60 PSI with a safety relief valve
  • Quick connect fittings, hoses, for easy assembly of experiments


Introduction to Pneumatic Components

  • Trainer Familiarization Introduction to Pneumatics Flow Meters
  • Manual Valves Solenoid Valves Air Piloted Valves
  • Flow Control Valves
  • Single and Double Acting Cylinders
  • Lubrication Systems
  • Fluid Contamination and Air Filters
  • Vacuum Generators

Application Laboratories

  • Paired Cylinders in a Circuit Feedback in Pneumatic
  • Systems Parts Feeder Application Machining Application
  • Introduction to Air Logic Symbols and Schematics

Physical Properties*

  • Force in Pneumatic Systems
  • Flow Rate in Pneumatic Systems
  • Work Done with Pneumatic Systems
  • Power in Pneumatics
  • Fluid Resistance in Air Filters
  • Fluid Resistance in Pipes
  • Force Transformers in Pneumatics
  • Vacuums and Venturies


* The Physical Properties section of the curriculum has been designed to correlate to the objectives in Principles of Technology by the Center for Occupational Research and Development



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Gilberts, IL 60136
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TII Technical Education Systems (TII) is incorporating the the newest technology with an extensive curriculum for academic success, preparing students for today’s modern employers. TII’s broad product line offers instruction in each of the major areas of technology skills training used in industrial systems today: Technology Fundamentals, Advanced Systems, and Integrated Automation.

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56 East End Drive
Gilberts, IL 60136
800.451.2169 Toll Free
847.428.3085 International
847.428.3286 Fax