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Hydraulic Pressure Reducing Valve Application

Let us consider a hydraulic circuit where one cylinder is required to apply a lesser force than the other as shown in Figure 6.20. Here cylinder B is required to apply a lesser force than cylinder A. This is accomplished … Continue reading

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Hydraulic Sequence Valve and Pressure-Reducing Valve

The sequence valve and pressure-reducing valve have some similar features. It is instructive to compare their symbols side by side (Fig. 3.20). Both valves are externally drained, meaning that there is a separate line from the valve back to the … Continue reading

25. December 2009 by and
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Pressure Reducing Valve

A pressure-reducing valve does not allow pressure downstream of the valve to exceed the set point. Suppose the workpiece must be clamped with two clamps. The second clamp is placed at a point where too much clamping force will damage … Continue reading

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