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Counterbalance Valves: Standard counterbalance valves (CB) & Atmospherically Referenced Valves (CA)

Counterbalance Valves: Standard counterbalance valves (CB) & Atmospherically Referenced Valves (CA)

Related Classifications: hydraulic valves, hydraulic pneumatic speed control check valves, hydraulic spool valve

Counterbalance valves are also known as load holding valves or over-centre valves. These versatile valves have various uses:

  • Suitable for diverse applications such as lifting applications, hydraulic cylinder, winches, extensible movable bridge, etc
  • Lowers velocity control and stationary load holding
  • Provides protection against hydraulic line failure and pressure shocks when placed next to actuator
  • A CA counterbalance valve is normally used in regeneration circuits and servo/proportional valve circuits.

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 Specifications of CB & CA valves:

  • Rated flow of up to 480 LPMPressure range of 70 Bar – 350 BarMaximum leakage at reseat (85% of setting) is 5 drops per minuteFor CA counterbalance valves, approximately 1 drop (0.07cc) of fluid will pass from the pilot area to the vented spring chamber every 4000 cycles

Special feature of CA:

  • Backpressure at port 2 does not affect the valve setting because the spring chamber is atmospherically vented.Full relief capacity.

Special feature of CB:

  • Stainless Steel counterbalance (CB) valves (External component) are also available.

 

 

Our team at Latco Enterprises Pte Ltd can also provide custom-made valves and manifolds according to the customer’s requirements. To get complete product and service information, you may directly contact our team or post your inquiries below.

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Date of Product Launch Jan-2019

Company Name Latco Enterprises Pte Ltd

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