DIRECT OPERATED THREE-WAY PRESSURE REDUCING VALVE WITH FIXED OR VARIABLE ADJUSTMENT
P max 350 bar - Q max (see table of performances)
The MZD valve is a three-way spool type direct operated pressure reducing valve. It is normally open in the rest position and the hydraulic fluid passes freely from the P1 line to the P line.
The spool is subjected to the line P pressure on one side, and on the other side by the adjustment spring. When the pressure in line P exceeds the value set by the spring, the valve closes until the pressure in P (reduced) equals the calibrated value.
The valve construction provides good adjustment sensitivity with reduced drainage flow. The drainage is connected to line T inside the valve.
The three-way design provides protection of the secondary circuit from pressure surges since it allows a reverse flow from the actuator to the T discharge line.
It is made as a modular version with ports according to the ISO 4401 (CETOP RP 121H) standards and can be assembled quickly, without use of pipes, under the ISO 4401-03 (CETOP 03) solenoid valves.
The variable adjustment version is supplied with a hexagonal head adjustment screw. Upon request, it can be equipped with a SICBLOC adjustment knob.
The fixed adjustment version is available set at value 20, 25 or 30 bar pressure.
Tech Specs: p max 350 bar - Q max (see PDF file)