Flow control valve (lowering brake valve) type SB and SQ
Flow control valves are a type of flow valve. They generate a set constant flow rate, largely independently of the load.
The flow control valve type SB and SQ is available as a screw-in cartridge, a housing version with pipe connection or as a banjo screw version. Type SB has a slightly inclined characteristic curve for oscillation damping. Type SQ is largely independent of the load.
The freely movable sliding metering orifice enables greater flow in the opposite flow direction. No bypass check valve is therefore required. The flow control valve type SB and SQ is used to control the lowering speed of single-acting consumers.
The flow control valve type CSJ is a screw-in valve. These valves can be screwed into the easily produced threaded holes.
Type SJ flow control valves are screw-in valves. They can be integrated into the line system using housing.
For purely pump circuits, the excess oil flow on the inflow side must be discharged via a pressure-limiting valve.
- Oscillation damping and load-independent
- Compact screw-in valve
- General hydraulic systems
- Industrial trucks
- Lifting equipment