2/2-way solenoid valve for use with single-line lubrication systems
The directional valves are used to control the flow of lubricants. Either to divide up a central lubrication system into a number of lubrication circuits (zoned actuation) or to switch between circulating and intermittently operated lubrication circuits. Valves for a maximum pressure of up to 45 bar can be used for single-line lubrication systems with piston distributors. Valves for a pressure range of up to 300 or 500 bar also are suitable for progressive systems.
Features and benefits:
- Directional valves for oil with a low or high effective viscosity and greases up to NLGI Grade 2
- 2-, 4- or 5-way valve switching functions selectable for zoned actuations
- For single-line systems with sectional supplying of lubricants dependent upon different times and quantities
- Manual action possible