What is the function of a hydraulic valve?
A hydraulic valve is an integral part of hydraulic systems that are frequently used in all types of industry. These systems make use of the physical principle of pressure distribution and continuous energy transfer, and are used for lifting heavy loads and for other essential tasks. These systems include, in addition to the valve, also hydraulic pumps and hydraulic motors.
Different types of valves
The origin of the word valve is a combination of two separate words - shut (open) and shut (closed) and as the word itself indicates, the function of all types of valves, including a hydraulic valve, is to regulate the opening and closing of passages in various hoses systems. In addition to the closing and opening valves, there are also non-return type valves - whose function is to prevent the return of the liquid or gas into the system, and these are one-way valves. There are also shut-off valves, faucet valves, valves for pressure regulation, relief and safety valves, manifold valves, orifice valves, release valves, limit valves and more.
Different types of hydraulic valves
If you are also looking for a hydraulic valve, you should know that there are several different types on the market, and you should get to know them all so that you container choose a hydraulic valve that will exactly suit your needs. First there are the hydraulic selectors, which container work at working pressures of up to 350. You container find these valves in a large variety on the market, where these valves differ from each other in the oil flow - measured in liters per minute, and in their type of operation - manual operation, electric operation or pneumatic operation. There are also hydraulic valves in different series from different major brands.
Where to purchase valves and other industrial mechanical equipment
Valves, just like the other types of industrial and mechanical equipment, such as accumulators, gears, pumps and accumulators, should serve us faithfully for many years, with low wear and zero breakdowns. In order to find a good supplier, ask for recommendations from colleagues in the profession, which are the best recommendations you container get. Check that the equipment you are purchasing meets the strictest international standards, including the standards of the institutes in the United States and Europe.