Galtech Q75 (80 litres)
When purchasing directional valve, consider the following.
1. How many sections do you need?
2. What functions are needed?
3. Should the sections have fixed or momentary positions?
4. Should the sections be placed in a special order?
5. Should the sections be controlled by lever, wire or electrical control?
6. For wire control, what wire lengths are required?
7. For electrical control, what voltage will the magnets be powered by?
8. Is a safety valve needed on the valve block?
9. Are non-return valves needed on each section?
10. Are anti-shock valves or anti-cavitation valves required on any section?
11. What type of hydraulic system will the valve be used in (round pumping, constant pressure or LS)?
12. For round pumping, should the valve be connected in series?
|Connection A-, B-port||1/2" BSP|
|Connection P-port||1/2" BSP|
|Connection T-port||1/2" BSP, 3/4" BSP|
|Max. working pressure P-, A-, B-port (1-2 sections)||350 bar|
|Max. working pressure P-, A-, B-port (3 sections)||300 bar|
|Max. working pressure P-, A-, B-port (4-8 sections)||270 bar|
|Max. pressure T-port||25 bar|
|Max flow||80 l/min|
|Max. working temperature||80 °C|
|Minimum working temperature||-30 °C|
|Non-return valves on each section||No|
|Prepared for shock valves||No|
|Recommended oil||Mineral based|