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Directional Valves

Basically stated, there are two categories of directional control valves. Mobile and Industrial. Mobile style valves come in a cast metal body often times with multiple pancake style work sections that can be stacked side by side with a common pressure port so that fluid can be directed to any working port at any time. We also will utilize a power beyond port to allow flow from one valve bank to another so we can utilize one pump. These mobile style valves are often found in the industries where you might find equipment with wheels or tracks on them. Often they have a manual lever attached to the spool so the operator can pull to actuate the function. On the other side you will find industrial style valves where the valve is placed on a manifold. Stacking of other functions like flow controls load holding or relief valves often end up being placed under the valve on top of the manifold. Various voltages are available along with sizes to get flows to 200 GPM. We identify an industrial directional control valve with an ISO pattern which is a series of holes on the bottom of the valve. The selection is immense. Some people refer to this category of valves with the following terms. DCV's, control valves, solenoid valves, manual valves, spool valves, hydraulic control valve. Please contact us with any questions or if you can't quite find what you are looking for.

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