Hydraulic Oil Flow Control Throttle Shutoff Valve BSPP Ports 400Bar 6000 PSI

STBF 04,06,08,12,16
AU$68.95
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Hydraulic Needle Flow Control Valves

Hydraulic Oil Flow (Speed) Control / Throttle Valves for In-Line Assembly with BSPP Ports
Good for controlling oil flows.
These are quality valves made in Italy.
They are commonly used for the
Throttle and or to shut-off the flow of hydraulic oil or other liquids in both directions in hydraulic circuits. The Speed of Hydraulic cylinders can be controlled using this valve.
This valve is also available with throttle / speed control in one direction only, with free flow in opposite direction. See other listings. Please ask a question or call 0755631982 for pricing.


1/4" Flow 15 LPM

3/8" Flow 30 LPM

1/2" Flow 50 LPM

3/4" Flow 80 LPM

1" Flow 150 LPM


Features
  • Throttle and shut-off the flow of Oil or other liquids in both directions.
  • Designed for in-line assembly with female BSP threaded connections
  • Graduated turning knob and coded spindle to accurately control flow
  • Set-screw located on side of turning knob to lock valve in position
  • Panel mounting nuts available on request
  • Maximum working pressure: up to 400 bar / 6000 PSI
Materials of Construction.
  • Body and spindle made of Steel (1.0715), zinc/iron-plated (Fe/Zn Fe Co 8 C) and free of hexavalent chromium CrVI
  • Turning knob made of Polyamide (PA)
  • O-rings made of NBR (Buna-N®)
Technical Data
Maximum working pressure:
400 bar / 6000 PSI
Operating temperature range:
-20 °C to +100 °C / -4 °F to +212 °F



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