Chapter 2: Proportional Pressure Relief Valves
With the FLUID TEAM proportional pressure relief valves pressures can be set proportionally to the solenoid current.
If the pressure at the port P raises above the momentary setting (solenoid current), the valve opens and the fluid is directed to port T.
If the pressure drops again, the valve closes with small hysteresis. In order to achieve an optimal resolution, several pressure ranges are available.
The valves have fast, precise and good-natured responding behaviours. These valves are relatively insensitive in relation to oil contamination.
All important parts are hardened and ground or honed.
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