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Hydraulic Symbol?

Hydraulic Symbol?

RE: Hydraulic Symbol?

I don't recall ever seeing one quite like that.
Maybe someone was just screwing around with a valve drawing template?

If there's no explanatory legend on the remainder of the drawing set, you need to call up the owner and ask. ... then come back here and tell us what the hell the symbol was intended to represent. It's not a model of clarity to me.

Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

RE: Hydraulic Symbol?

It's a pressure reducing valve with a relief function

RE: Hydraulic Symbol?

Thanks both of you for your responses.
More information from the client would be useful and I'll chase them up as soon as I can extract contact details from the sales guy, when he gets back.
Peter Sleet

RE: Hydraulic Symbol?

It's a pressure reducing valve

RE: Hydraulic Symbol?

The right hand slanted-arrow through the spring means that the spring is adjustable.

RE: Hydraulic Symbol?

Thanks Compositepro but it wasn't the arrow through the spring I had a problem with it's the one inside the block with a right angle bend in it.

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