Pneumatic brake valve for Kamaz car
Pneumatic valve with push-button control is designed to turn on and off the supply of compressed air to consumers.
The car has two cranes: one is for controlling the pneumatic cylinders of the auxiliary brake, the other is for controlling the emergency release of the spring energy accumulators.
Compressed air enters the pneumatic valve through outlet I.
When button 3 of the pusher is pressed, valve 6 opens, and channel 5 in the pusher closes and air flows through outlet III to the actuators.
When the button is released, under the action of spring 4, the pusher returns to its original position, and the inlet valve 6 closes.
From the actuators, the air escapes into the atmosphere through the outlet channel 5 and outlet II.