Supplier: HydraForce, Inc.
Description: compensator element holds the valves primary flow constant regardless of load pressure changes.
- Valve Type: Cartridge / Manifold Valves, Metering Valves, Needle Valves, Spool Valves
- Pressure Rating: 0.0 to 3000 psi
- Number of Ports/Ways: 3
- Actuation: Pilot Operated
Supplier: Applied Industrial Technologies
Description: The variable volume and pressure compensated design simplifies circuit design, and reduces heat buildup and noise. Four pump control options permit the designer to choose the most efficient means to power his hydraulic equipment. Choices include the standard pressure compensator control, remote
- Maximum Discharge Pressure: 3500 psi
- Maximum Discharge Flow: 1718 GPH
- Inlet Size: 1.62 inch
- Discharge Size: 1.62 inch
Supplier: Dynex/Rivett Inc.
Description: Dynex PV4000 Series pumps supply infinitely variable flow controlled by the linear movement of a volume stem control. Models with an optional integral pressure compensator efficiently override the volume control to smoothly and quietly regulate delivery at a preset pressure up to 8000 psi
- Maximum Discharge Pressure: 8000 psi
- Maximum Discharge Flow: 438 to 822 GPH
- Inlet Size: 2.5 inch
- Discharge Size: 1 inch
Supplier: Century Control Systems, Inc.
Description: The GE Druck DPI 330 / 335 pressure calibrator is designed to make the calibration of hydraulic systems and instrumentation quick and simple. Two versions are available - the GE Druck DPI 330 pressure calibrator is the standard model with RS232 interface, and the GE Druck DPI 335 pressure
- Calibrator Style: Portable
- Process, Environmental, Thermodynamic Properties: Pressure / Vacuum
- Display Type: Digital Readouts
- Local Interface: Digital Front Panel
Description: Features include a wide range of displacements, pressure compensators, compact unit, and splined & keyed shafts are available.
- Types: Positive Displacement Pumps, Piston / Plunger Pumps
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