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Pressure reducing valves

Pressure-reducing valve type ADC, ADM, ADME and AM
Pressure reducing valves are a type of pressure control valve. They maintain a largely constant outlet pressure even at a variable (higher) inlet pressure. The pressure reducing valve type ADC and AM is suitable for the supply of control circuits with low oil consumption. These valves feature an override compensation, i.e. acting like
a pressure-limiting valve if the secondary pressure exceeds the set pressure e.g. due to external forces. There is a design-related leakage flow.

ADC - Pressure reducing valves
CDK - Pressure reducing valves

Pressure-reducing valve type CDK, CLK, DK, DLZ and DZ
Pressure reducing valves are a type of pressure control valve. They maintain a largely constant outlet pressure even at a variable (higher) inlet pressure. The pressure reducing valve type CLK features an override compensation, i.e. acting like a pressure-limiting valve if the secondary pressure exceeds the set pressure e.g. due to external forces. The pressure reducing valve type DK features a tracked pressure switch, e.g. pressure and switch are set simultaneously with an adjustment device.
All versions have zero leakage when in the closed state. The valve type CDK and CLK can be screwed-in and can be integrated into control blocks. The necessary mounting holes are straightforward to make.

Pressure-reducing valve type ADM and VDM
Pressure reducing valves are a type of pressure control valve. They maintain a largely constant outlet pressure even at a variable (higher) inlet pressure.  The pressure reducing valve type ADM is directly controlled, the type VDM is hydraulically  pilot controlled. These valves feature an override compensation, i.e. acting like a  pressurelimiting  valve if the secondary pressure exceeds the set pressure e.g. due to external forces.  There is a design-related leakage flow.

VDM - Pressure reducing valves

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