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Modular Stack Valves - Flow Control Valves

Continental Hydraulics offers NFPA D03 and D05 mounting sizes in both pressure compensated and non-compensated flow controls for pressures to 5000 PSI and flows to 32 GPM

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Meter-In and Meter-Out Flow Control Valves

This modular stack valve is a non-compensated flow control valve with a check valve for reverse free flow.  Available with flow control function in port lines P, A, B, or both A + B.

  • NFPA D03 and D05 mounting patterns
  • Pressure to 5000 PSI and flows to 32 GPM
  • Adjustment knobs are available
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Pressure Compensated Flow Control

The F0*MSV-C series valves are pressure compensated, fully adjustable flow control valves with an integral reverse flow check valve. This valve maintains a constant flow rate regardless of system pressure or load changes.

  • Sharp edge orifice minimizes flow variation due to changes in viscosity.
  • NFPA D03 and D05 mounting patterns
  • Rated to 3000 PSI and 12 GPM
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Two and Three-way Pressure Compensators

These valves are available as two or three-way pressure compensator, developed as modular version with mounting surface according to NFPA and ISO 4401. Typically used with proportional directional valves, in order to control the flow rate independently of pressure variations

  • Restrictive or by-pass functions
  • Fixed or adjustable differential pressure options
  • Pressures to 5000 PSI and Flows to 26 GPM
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Flow Control Valve

Pressure compensated to maintain constant flow out of the valve regardless of pressure changing to the inlet or outlet port. Exclusive internal pressure balancing allows easy adjustment of flow setting under pressure. Pressure compensation will maintain preset flow with 1 to 5%, depending on the basic flow range, as long as there is 150 psi pressure differential between the inlet and outlet ports.

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