The function of pneumatic valves is to assist with aerated flow rates and the adequate air pressure inside systems that are fueled by airpower. Air cylinder speed controls control the actuators and air cylinder speed. A manual air control valve controls the air pressure itself. The non-return valves are the pilots that prohibit air cylinder movement as required and governs the load when it shuts down unexpectedly or loses pressure. Pneumatic actuating arms operate on the premise of a pneumatic controlling device or an electro-pneumatic transducer to use dampers associated with ventilation. The flow of compressed air is controlled by needle valves and pneumatic flow controls. The purpose of pneumatic threshold detectors is to indicate when the pressure has dropped and to also signal after the end of an air cylindrical stroke. Electromagnetic levers that control airflow and the proper compressor function are controlled by solenoid air control valves. The solenoid valve’s function is to disperse airflow to all of the solenoid valves contained in a constricted space.