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Hydraulic valve, 4 ways, 2 pos. spring return, cam actuated

Hydraulic valve, 4 ways, 2 pos. spring return, cam actuated

Hydraulic valve, 4 ways, 2 pos. spring return, cam actuated

Would any one know where to buy such valve which has the "H" configuration on the cam side. Flow is about 5gpm. Cressen co. used to make those for shears. They dont anymore. They were called safety valve

Serge Massé

RE: Hydraulic valve, 4 ways, 2 pos. spring return, cam actuated


You might be able to use a Vickers or other 4-way cam operated sub-plate mounted valve that is 3-position spring centered with all ports open center condition. You would only move the cam one way to get either straight or crossed arrows. A D03 size valve would meet the 5 GPM flow requirement.

Bud Trinkel

Bud Trinkel
Fluid Power Solutions
33+ years experience in hydraulic and pneumatic circut design, troubleshooting and training.

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