HydraForce, Inc. Datasheets for Pressure Regulators

Pressure regulators are used to maintain a constant outlet pressure or flow.
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Product Name Notes
A direct-acting, spool-type, drop-in-style, fl ange-mounted, pressure reducing/relieving valve, which can be infi nitely adjusted across a prescribed range using a variable electric input. Pressure output is proportional to DC...
A screw-in, cartridge-style, adjustable, pressure-compensated, restrictive-type hydraulic flow regulating valve.
A screw-in, cartridge-style, direct-acting, spool-type reducing/relieving valve designed to act as a pressure regulating device for secondary circuits. It is intended for use in stable-input fl ow circuits.
A screw-in, cartridge-style, direct-acting, spool-type, hydraulic pressure reducing/relieving valve with internal pilot and internal spring chamber drain, designed to act as a pressure-regulating device for secondary circuits. It is intended...
A screw-in, cartridge-style, direct-acting, spool-type, hydraulic pressure reducing/relieving valve, with internal pilot and internal spring-chamber drain. It is designed to act as a pressure regulating valve for secondary circuits. Internal...
A screw-in, cartridge-style, fixed orifice, pressure compensated, hydraulic flow regulating valve (restrictive type) for operation up to 345 bar (5000 psi).
A screw-in, cartridge-style, multi-function valve which includes a fixed-compensated, priority-type flow regulator and an adjustable pressure relief valve in one cartridge.
A screw-in, cartridge-style, pilot-operated, spool-type, hydraulic pressure reducing/relieving valve with internal pilot and internal spring chamber drain, designed to act as a pressure-regulating device for secondary circuits.
A screw-in, cartridge-style, pilot-operated, spool-type, hydraulic pressure reducing/relieving valve with internal pilot and internal spring chamber drain, designed to act as a pressure-regulating device in secondary circuits.
A screw-in, cartridge-style, spring biased, pressure reducing logic element.