This VU4/VU2 valve unit inflates and deflates up to (4) individual Air Springs or (2) individual Air Springs and has all 1/4” NPT threaded ports, (no fittings included).
High quality weather-proof plug-n-play harnesses make for fast and accurate wire connections that will last in the harsh under-vehicle environment.
The robust internal solenoid valve architecture maximizes flow rates, provides bubble-tight sealing, and guarantees operation up to 200 psi for millions of cycles.
AccuAir knows the importance of a high quality valve manifold and that is why we have developed the VU4 valve manifolds for your air suspension systems. This VU4 valve manifold is a 4 corner manifold, meaning that it is designed to inflate and deflate 4 individual air springs. The VU4 manifold is outfitted with ¼” NPT fittings on all ports for easy installation of your air suspension system plumbing.
At AccuAir, we are all about ease of installation and keeping things clean. On the VU4 manifolds, you will get a high-quality, weather-proof plug-n-play harness to help make your installation quick and get accurate wire connections built to last in the harsh under-vehicle environment. To add to the already high-quality construction, each of these valve manifolds will feature all stainless steel valve components. The robust internal solenoid valve architecture maximizes flow rates, provides bubble-tight sealing, and guarantees operation up to 200 psi for millions of cycles. These manifolds help to provide the cleanest installation possible while delivering the most reliable operation on the market today. Pick up one of the AccuAir VU series valve manifolds for your air suspension system and make installation quick and easy.
What Are Air Manifolds In Air Suspension?
A valve manifold for air suspension is the heart of any air suspension system. The valve manifold electronically controls the air delivery in your system. It is usually made up of an aluminum block with electronic solenoids, valves, and ¼” fittings to allow for an easy installation. The biggest thing to look for here is whether you need a 2 or 4 corner unit, the quality of the manifold as it may be exposed to the elements, and the way that it connects to your system.