You may look in the back of the tractor and see a rear hydraulic outlet and assume that they're all the same, and really that couldn't be further from the truth. There's a lot of different styles of valves and how they work mechanically, and a lot of different hydraulic systems that are pumping the oil through these valves. Some of these differences can be really important, depending on the types of implements that you're choosing to put behind your tractor. So first, in the mechanical sense, there's a lot of different ways that these valves can work. The cheapest and least expensive valve is called a spring center valve, where you'll have a simple lever and when you press it forward or back and let go of it, it pops right back to the center position.
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How to Install a Hydraulic Control Valve
In addition to the wide variety of high-quality products in our program, we also offer control engineering for the entire valve assembly. You can benefit from our expertise. Valve accessories are hooked up to achieve the required function of the valve assembly. Our engineering specialists rely on proven compact hook-ups for standard applications to avoid complicated piping wherever possible. This results in cost-optimized solutions and the best possible control performance since signal transit times are minimized. While a compact design is aimed for in standard applications, an absolutely reliable engineering to achieve the best possible interaction between all components is necessary for special applications and to meet complex requirements.
Production is shut down! Oil has leaked everywhere. Management is screaming to get the line going again. You hit the GO button and nothing moves.
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