Diffley-Wright Corporation
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Sarasota, Florida 34240

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AN AMAZING APPROACH TO INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTION

THE CONCIERGE DISTRIBUTOR Diffley-Wright Corp. is an ever-evolving concierge distributor of pneumatic, and electronic proximity sensors for machine design, and factory automation. Unlike our competitors, and unique to Diffley-Wright, our focus is built upon the representation of a few great manufacturers that offer state of the art solutions for every day applications, and beyond. Many Read the full article…


PNEUMATIC BALANCED VALVES OFFER MAXIMUM VERSATILITY

PNEUMATIC BALANCED VALVES MAKE A GOOD CHOICE FOR TODAY’S DESIGN ENGINEER Pressure balanced pneumatic valves offer ultimate versatility when designing complex, or uniquely simple pneumatic plumbing systems. But that is only the beginning. Balanced valves offer many functions including; normally closed or normally open; 2-way or 3-way; selector or diverter,  all in the same valve. Read the full article…


Robots Are Making More Cents!

Our world is truly a different place since Covid-19 has come to visit. Families are communicating differently; travel has slowed down, and the workplace has had to make drastic changes in the way they do business. This has had a significant and negative impact on the manufacturing sector. While many businesses were able to develop Read the full article…


How to Detect Leakages in Pneumatic Systems

The average manufacturing plant loses up to 35 percent of its compressed air because of leakages. Many leaks can be prevented or repaired, but it can be expensive. Because leaks are so common, there are ways you can easily detect them Read on to learn about how you can detect leakages in a pneumatic system. How to Read the full article…


What you need to know about pneumatic valves: the basics

Pneumatic valves do a lot of things – but they’re mostly known for doing four specific things: controlling pressure, controlling flow rate, and controlling both the direction and the amount of air that moves through a pneumatic system at a given point in time. Applications everywhere depend on pneumatic valves to control their systems. Today, Read the full article…


Three creative ways to incorporate advances in pneumatic valve technology

Pneumatic valves certainly aren’t what they used to be – and they’ve come a long way over the years. That being said, with all these new innovations come new challenges for how to integrate them into an organization. Today’s valves are smaller, faster and more advanced then ever before and opportunities can be easily overlooked Read the full article…


Four tips to purchasing the correct Pneumatic Valve

Part of the challenge of deciding which pneumatic valve to use in an application is simply sifting through all the available options at your disposal. Each valve comes with its own benefits and detractors – so it’s important to understand those differences and select the best possible valve for your application. To help you find Read the full article…


All about end connections

Valves are our thing here at Diffley-Wright, but what good are valves without end connections to go along with them? Today, we’re going to talk a little bit about some of the various End Connections out there on the market – what they are, what they do how they’re used. Let’s jump right in! ANSI Read the full article…


Choosing an industrial automation integrator part-II

Last month, we discussed what sorts of things you should consider when selecting an Industrial Automation Systems Integrator – with a primary focus on product and application knowledge. This month, we’ll discuss three more qualities we think you should take into account when selecting an appropriate systems integrator. Let’s jump right in! Quality of the Read the full article…


Choosing an industrial automation integrator part-I

Selecting the right industrial automation systems integrator is among the most challenging processes a modern manufacturer can undertake. For that reason, we’ve decided to put forward a two-part blog that can help walk you through the process and the things you need to research and know before you make your decision. Every project is different, Read the full article…