Definitions for "Poppet Valve"
A valve utilized to isolate compartments and/or allow for reverse airflow through individual compartments. Typically constructed of a flat wafer plate assembled on the end of the shaft of an air cylinder, which drives the wafer (poppet) into position.
Machined, self aligning valve that incorporates an elastomer to provide a positive seal upon disconnection, no low pressure leakage, and generally provides higher flow that a ball valve.
a mushroom-shaped valve that rises perpendicular from its seat; commonly used in internal-combustion engines