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Proportional Directional Valves, Series LVS08 / LVS12

 

 

Description

With the LVS hydraulic valve, designers can now create those mobile-machine control systems that previously have been difficult to master. Its consistent design as a system of valve modules means exceptional adaptability.

The integral auxiliary functions and high power density make the LVS not only a highly adaptable modular valve, but also a very compact one. LVS valve blocks can be configured for both fixed- and variable-displacement pumps.

Advantages

  •    -  4 WEEK DELIVERY of the preferred and application products programme
  •    -  Savings in energy costs due to low pressure losses.
  •    -  Reliable supply of flow, because the proportional flow-sharing principle ensures that all functions can be operated even in the under-supply zone.
  •    -  Oscillation-stable even in critical applications, preventing machine breakdowns.
  •    -  One valve-block solution for all pump systems.


Technical Data

Type Nominal flow rate, max. l/min Actuator flow rate, max. l/min Max. inlet pressure (P) bar Max. work port press. bar Tank line pressure, max. bar Viscosity range mm²/s Voltage V DC Data Sheet
LVS08 180 50 250 280 200 10 - 380 12 / 24

LVS-Preferred Products Programme 100-P-000172-en

System Solutions for Crane Controls 100-P0000169-en

EPOM-System 100-P-0000145-en

LVS12 180 180 350 380 40(opt. 200 10 - 380 12 / 24


Models 


Inlet sections

  •    -  pressure relief
  •    -  3-way pressure compensator
  •    -  priority function
Directional sections
  •    -  direct-acting solenoid, ON/OFF
  •    -  direct-acting sol., proportional
  •    -  hydraulically operated
  •    -  two-stage, electro-hyd. operated
  •    -  flow-control functions
  •    -  pressure compensator
  •    -  secondary PR and make-up valve
  •    -  seat valve
  •    -  manual override
  •    -  lift/lower valve

Applications

  •    -  Agricultural equipment 
  •    -  Construction machines
  •    -  Materials handling equipment
  •    -  Lifting technology
  •    -  Municipal equipment
  •    -  Road building
  •    -  Forestry machines
  •    -  Fire-fighting equipment
  •    -  Tunnel engineering