Flow Control Valves

 

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    Flow Control Valves

  • Flow control valves are used mainly to control speed of actuators. Flow control valves basically are of types, 1) simple variable throttles which adjust the area of the flow passage and changes in load (pressure) will vary the flow, 2) pressure compensated valves which automatically maintain stable flow even over changes in load (pressure), or 3) pressure and temperature compensated valves which automatically maintain stable flow even over changes in load and temperature (viscosity). Valve should be selected to fit the purpose.

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    FN(1)-4

  • Valves integrate restrictor and check valve functions to provide metered flow in one direction and free low in the reverse direction.

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    FN(1)G

  • Valves integrate restrictor and check valve functions to provide metered flow in one direction and free flow in the reverse direction.
  • Valve (S8 type) available for flow control in both directions.

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    TFN(C)G

  • This valve can be used in hydraulic circuits of pressures up to a maximum 31.5 MPa.

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    LFCG

  • Valve is pressure and temperature compensated and flow is maintained at a constant level even over changes in load pressure or fluid temperature. Free flow is provided in the reverse direction.
  • Suitable for control of very small flows.

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    F(C)G

  • Valve is pressure and temperature compensated and flow is maintained at a constant level even over changes in load pressure or fluid temperature. Free flow is provided in the reverse direction.

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