Heavy machinery and manufacturing equipment used in the chemical and oil industries rely on high-pressure hydraulic valves to lift heavy objects and move them, and can even be used to lubricate stationary industrial gears and other moving parts. Heavy equipment, such as rear hoes, excavators and excavators, uses high-pressure hydraulic valves in their movement, steering and braking systems, and without these components, the efficiency of these commercial machines would be negligible and would be used in large-scale applications. Both Denison and Vickers are considered leaders in the application of hydraulic valve technology, as well as related parts and components.

proportional valve

Stable hydraulic technology continues to evolve, offering engineers flexible and reliable tools for tasks that require high payloads, as well as precise handling or loading and materials in current situations that require a lot of labor, such as loading docks, skyscrapers and others places. where other methods would be almost impossible.

Launching core of the hydraulic system

The core of the hydraulic system is launched in a hydraulic motor that uses high-pressure tanks and liquid amplifiers to store and distribute energy while absorbing shock. Confidence and movement are achieved with pistons and pistons or lifting levers, which are actually different versions of high-pressure proportional valve that take the pressure of the fluid and direct it as necessary through hoses sealed to a plunger or lever specific.

The pressure in the hydraulic circuit is supported by zero leak hoses, seals and connectors that can easily withstand pressures of more than 3,000 psi. To further protect the system from faults or serious damage, a circuit or pressure fuse is installed inside the system that can divert excess pressure, help reduce vibrations and even activate alarms in case of serious problems in the pressure circuit.

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