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Cartridge - Shuttle Valve

The basic structure of a shuttle valve is like a tube with three openings; one on each end, and one in the middle. A ball or other blocking valve element moves freely within the tube. When pressure from a fluid is exerted through an opening on one end it pushes the ball towards the opposite end. This prevents the fluid from traveling through that opening, but allows it to flow through the middle opening. In this way two different sources can provide pressure without the threat of back flow from one source to the other.

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  1. DSCH-XHN - Low Side, 3-Position, Hot Oil Shuttle Valve

    DSCH-XHN - Low Side, 3-Position, Hot Oil Shuttle Valve

    Low-side (hot oil) shuttle cartridges allow hot oil to be diverted from the low pressure side of a closed loop system. When both work ports (ports 2 and 4) are at equal pressures the valve is spring-centered to an all-ports-blocked position. When one of the work ports (port 2 or 4) sees a higher pressure the opposite work port is connected to the common port (port 3).

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  2. DSCO-XCN - Spring Offset, 2-Position, High Side Shuttle Valve

    DSCO-XCN - Spring Offset, 2-Position, High Side Shuttle Valve

    Spring-offset, high-side shuttle cartridges are 2-position valves that have a normal (offset) position that connects the common port (port 3) to work port 4, with work port 2 blocked. When the pressure at port 2 rises above the pressure at port 4, the cartridge shifts to connect the common port to port 2 with port 4 then blocked.

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  3. DSCO-XEN - Spring Offset, 2-Position, High Side Shuttle Valve

    DSCO-XEN - Spring Offset, 2-Position, High Side Shuttle Valve

    Spring-offset, high-side shuttle cartridges are 2-position valves that have a normal (offset) position that connects the common port (port 3) to work port 4, with work port 2 blocked. When the pressure at port 2 rises above the pressure at port 4, the cartridge shifts to connect the common port to port 2 with port 4 then blocked.

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