Jergens, Inc. Datasheets for Industrial Valves

Valves are mechanical devices that control the flow and pressure of liquids, gases, and slurries within a system. They are also known as regulators and are used in a wide variety of applications. Valves vary greatly in size, design, function, and operation.
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Product Name Notes
A variety of directional control valves are offered. Manual valves are normally two position, detented. Solenoid valves are 115V-60 Hz; other voltages are available.
Air Circuit 2 & 3 Way Valves
Allows pressure flow in one direction only.
Hydraulic Circuit Controls - 2 Way
Hydraulic Circuit Controls - 4 Way
Manually adjusted control of input pressures. Allows the regulation of pressures into a work circuit. Reverse flow is unrestricted. Used for throttling or metering a circuit so that actuator speed...
The filter element removes the solid impurities and condensates before the compressed air enters the regulator. The regulator valve supplies a preset pressure regardless of main circuit pressure as long...
Used to control the flow of pressure in a system, to slow the movement of individual cylinders, or decrease shock.
Valves and Subplates For inline applications, use the 61642 Valve mounted on a 61646 Subplate. This set-up is also recommended for use with high volume air-powered hydraulic pumps in StayLock...
With adjustable opening pressure, this valve may be used to control the sequence of work devices in a common circuit.
Manifold Accumulator Hydraulic Connections Hydraulic Gauge Manual Ball Valve
Minimum operating pressure 500 psi 50:1 differential pressure Piot not to exceed 125 psi