Pump control valves are automatic control valves used to minimize surges associated with the starting and stopping of pumps. Opening and closing speed controls are adjustable. They can be configured with backpressure, rate-of-flow, or pressure reducing features.
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Control valves are another type of component that can be found in hydraulic systems. These valves help regulate and direct the flow of fluid through the system. Depending on the type and their design, they can alter the size of the passages the fluid can flow through, alter the pressure in the system, alter the direction of flow, and alter flow rates. There are three general types of control valves:
• Flow Control Valves: This valve regulates fluid flow rates by automatically altering the size of the openings within the valve the fluid will flow through.
• Direction Control Valves: This valve ensures fluid is moving in the desired direction. Some styles are referred to as check valves and keep fluid moving in one direction while preventing it from flowing backward.
• Pressure Control Valves: This valve controls, switches, and regulates the desired pressure, which can be altered by making adjustments to the valve.
Each type of control valve is available in various configurations to work with various systems, from inline to flanged and sub-plate mounting options, based on where they are required in the system. Based on their placement, the control valves will operate differently and provide various functions.
Control valves can be controlled electronically or manually, depending on the complexity of the system. The positioning of the valves can be regulated by other attached components, in addition to actuators, and it may include temperature gauges, flow meters, and so on.
Control valves can be found in numerous types of hydraulic systems, as well as used alongside various pumps, including piston pumps in hydraulic braking systems, printing presses, construction equipment, and so on.
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