The IANUS shock wave deflecting valve is borne to create and implement cannon systems at low costs and without modifying the electrical and pneumatic connections of the existing plant. Coupled directly to the cannon by means of a DN100 flange, IANUS allows the shock wave to be diverted along two different outflow routes thus allowing two firing points to be enslaved to a single cannon.
The actuator can be moved manually as needed or it can be managed with automatic exchange at each shot, thus alternating cyclically the ways of outflow of compressed air.
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Janus (Latin: IANUS) is the god of beginnings, material and immaterial, and is one of the oldest and most important divinities of the Roman, Latin and Italic religion. He is usually depicted with two faces (the so-called Two-faced Janus), since the god can look at the future and the past but also because, being the god of the door, he can look both inside and outside. In the case of Giano Quadrifronte, the four faces are turned to the four cardinal points.