“Bang-bang” is the term often used to describe basic directional-control valves. It refers to how the valves shift—from fully open to fully closed. This usually occurs in an instant, causing fluid to rapidly accelerate and decelerate.
Pressure bursts pipes or it makes diamonds.” The phrase has been said in different ways by different people, usually in reference to how someone performs in critical situations. Of course, this phrase has a more direct meaning for...More
What are the common functions of solenoid valves? What is the port size? What voltage does a solenoid need to operate the valve? What size orifice or flow is required?
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The 281 PRI/Chek Valve combines the function of a pressure relief valve in parallel with a check valve in one insert. Relief valve function features a Tungsten Carbide ball and 440C seat. The remaining...More