Tilted valve allowing greater flow?

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Thu Nov 26, 2020 2:11 pm

I stumbled across this valve while going through MyAirCannons.com videos. Its a tilted valve that's supposed to allow better air flow.

Manufacturers video


This video at 0:30 and 3:15 the MyAirCannons guy explains how it performs alot better.


I cant find anyone else mentioning this sort of valve in the air cannon sphere online. If it cost the same as a non tilted sprinkler valve I see no reason not to use it all the time in replace of a normal sprinkler valve.

Just thought I posted this to get more awareness and thoughts about it.
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Thu Nov 26, 2020 2:20 pm

You will get smoother flow but whether it actually translates into visibly greater power is debatable with all other factors being equal.

It would be interesting to see some numbers.
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