High-flow directional control valve

High-flow directional control valve is available in sizes of up to 40 gpm and pressure ratings up to 5,000 psi for hydraulic applications requiring high cycle rates, long life and high efficiency. These four-way valves are available in two- and three-position configurations, and are designed for manifold mounting.

10/01/2000


High-flow directional control valve is available in sizes of up to 40 gpm and pressure ratings up to 5,000 psi for hydraulic applications requiring high cycle rates, long life and high efficiency. These four-way valves are available in two- and three-position configurations, and are designed for manifold mounting. Devices conform to NFPA's D05 pattern and also feature a choice of four operator types and 22 spool types. Solenoid-operated models are built with AC or DC coils and optional monitor switches and surge suppressors. (Parker Hannifin Corp.) Circle 5





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