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Cylinder Mount Counter Balance Valves Made in Italy

PT Cyl Mt
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Cylinder mount Counter Balance valves
Counterbalance valves are used in hydraulic systems working with overriding (running away) or suspended loads. They are designed to create back pressure at the return line of the actuator to prevent losing control over the load.
These are compact designs made especially for cylinder mounting. These use either a 9/16" uno or 3/4" uno Banjo bolt to attach to your cylinder port. The banjo comes in two halves as per the photo. Screw one half into the ram port, & then install banjo. You then need to pipe up to the other port (steel pipe by law) to achieve back pressure. These are available in single counterbalance, ie, the load is controlled only in one direction, or Dual counterbalance where the load is controlled from falling in both directions. These feature high quality Sun Cartridges. Please see the photo for the correct installation diagrams. The A & B ports are 3/4" Uno & the 'pipe' port is also 3/4" Uno.

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