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P03MSV-*CC and P05MSV-*CC Pressure Compensator (Cast Iron)

Description

P03MSV-RCC/BCC
Pressure compensator stack valves are available in a restrictive or bypass style. The mounting interface is according to NFPA D03/ISO 4401-03 standards. Its function is to maintain the pressure drop across P port and the active cylinder port at a constant level. It is used together with a proportional directional control valve in order to control the flow rate independent of pressure variations. The selection of the pilot pressure on the A and B lines is carried out automatically with a shuttle check valve built into the compensator. The pressure drop setting of the variable adjustment compensator can be varied from 100 – 480 psi [7 – 33 bar] with a socket hex head adjustment screw. The fixed adjustment compensator is available with pressure drop settings of 58 psi [4 bar] and 116 psi[8 bar].

P05MSV-RCC/BCC
Pressure compensator stack valves are available in a restrictive or bypass style. The mounting interface is according to NFPA D05/ISO 4401-05 standards. Its function is to maintain the pressure drop across P port and the active cylinder port at a constant level. It is used together with a proportional directional control valve in order to control the flow rate independent of pressure variations. The selection of the pilot pressure on the A and B is carried out automatically with a shuttle check valve built into the compensator. The fixed adjustment compensator is available with pressure drop settings of 58 psi [4 bar] and 116 psi [8 bar].

Key Features:
  • Maximum operating pressure: 5000 psi
  • Maximum flow rate:
    10 gpm for P03MSV-RCC/BCC
    25 gpm for P05MSV-RCC/BCC
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P05MSV-RCC-BCC Press Compensator Form #1025237 Rev. 11-20

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Date added: 11-13-2020
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P03MSV-RCC-BCC Press Compensator Form #1025231 Rev. 9-19

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Date added: 07-29-2020
Date modified: 07-29-2020
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P03MSV-RCC DES B

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Date added: 10-29-2018
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