How many connection types of valve solenoid coil generally? The most commonly used coil connection types: 1: DIN EN 175301(Standard for solenoid valve)coil ; 2: Metri-Pack solenoid coil ; 3: Solenoid coil with two
A shuttle valve is like a combination of two or more one-way check valves in general speaking, the shuttle valve is widely used in hydraulic systems, especially more in hydraulic circuit of mobile machinery. The
Finotek offers multi-proportional control solutions as per customer requirements, equipped with our cartridge valves or other brands to generate different function hydraulic control manifolds, it accurate controls the pressure, flow rate and fluid direction.
Pressure relief valve is called as safety valve sometimes, the valve is often installed in front of the hydraulic pump for protection and keeping the hydraulic pressure in a normal level, therefore it is importance
Modular hydraulic valve installation is modular surface connection, the surface between valve and subplate is necessary to be checked carefully before installation, it will cause trouble if there is a leakage on the edge of
Hydraulic Control valves are an essential part of hydraulic systems. They are used to control the pressure, temperature, and liquid level in hydraulic systems. This is achieved through the signals received, which direct the control
Hydraulic directional valve also called hydraulic spool valve, is the most popular valve in all sorts of hydraulic systems in industrial machine, the key part of spool plays main role while the valve
There are a number of hydraulic valve model code resulting in confusion sometimes while selection the valves. We chose the most popular hydraulic valve model code below in tablet, if is useful for different valve
Hydraulic valve housing is main parts of the valve, there are many components, like spool, seat, spring etc. mounted inside. There are more than 50 valve casting iron housing suppliers in China, We just insist
Hydraulic Valve History Began: Hydraulic technology rose from the hydrostatic transmission theory by French B. Pascal in 1648, after more than 200 years, British Joseph Bramah registered the world's first hydraulic machine patent in 1795.