The direction, pressure, and or flow control of hydraulic systems is internally regulated by cartridge valves, commonly referred to as 2/2-way valves. They are a sort of inline valve, which means they operate parallel to the flow of fluid, and they work best when tight control and high flow rates are required.
They are referred to as “bodiless” since they are placed inside a cavity rather than their own complete housing. They can function as two or more different valve types in a single cartridge due to their versatility.
Flow control valves, counterbalance valves, load control valves, check valves, pilot-operated valves, relief valves, sequence valves, counterbalance valves, and customized operations are a few examples of configurations. They are a practical way to control fluid flow in a system since they are lightweight, simple to install, affordable, leak-resistant, and quickly repairable.
The Global cartridge valve market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
East Aurora, NY A new cartridge cover series has been introduced by Moog, a creator and manufacturer of high performance motion control systems, solutions, and services, with a compact design to produce straightforward pilot-operated pressure relief functions.
The 2-way Slip-in Cartridge Valves series, which Moog designed its Cartridge Valve Covers for, provides the highest nominal flows and smallest pressure drops of any cartridge valve now on the market. Depending on the type of cover and the seal material employed, the covers have a rated pressure of up to 420 bar.
Two additional sizes, 125 and 160, have been added to the Cartridge Covers series by Moog in accordance with the most recent ISO 7368 standard. One of Moog’s two brand-new cover variations, A DBD cover with an incorporated pilot valve interface can be used for more complex operations, while a pressure relief valve can be used to produce basic pilot driven pressure relief functions.
Helios Technologies, Inc., a leader in highly engineered motion control and electrical controls for a variety of end markets, unveils ENERGEN, a special cartridge valve that transforms hydraulic flow into electric energy. ENERGEN is a new product in the recently announced ecoline programme and the direct outcome of a long-standing focus on quality, performance, and innovation.
It was introduced by Sun Hydraulics, a Helios subsidiary under the Hydraulics division. A novel method called ENERGEN converts hydraulic fluid flow’s lost energy into electrical power, which may subsequently be used to power the increasing number of electrical applications needed in mobile machinery. The inbuilt generator that transforms otherwise lost power into usable energy is responsible for the ENERGEN cartridge valve’s ability to regenerate energy.
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