Hawe flow valves influence the flow rate in hydraulic systems. The range includes flow control valves, flow dividers, restrictors and throttle valves.
Flow control valves are a type of flow valve. They generate a set constant flow rate, largely independently of the load. Proportional flow control valves generate a constant flow rate independent of the load which can be controlled in an electro-proportional and remote way. The Hawe range comprises: SD, SF, SK, SKR, ST, SB, CSJ, DSJ, SJ, SQ, SE, PB, SEH, SEHD and SEHF series.
Flow dividers divide or add together a total flow rate either evenly or using a fixed ratio; consumer pressures have no effect. The Hawe range comprises TQ and PV series.
Restrictors are a type of flow valve that are used as a local flow resistance that suddenly reduces the line cross-section. The reduction in the cross-section is very short. As a result, the flow rate is only dependent on the pressure difference and not on the viscosity. The Hawe range comprises: EB, BE and BC series.
Throttle valves affect the flow rate for single and double-acting consumers. The Hawe range comprises: Q, QR, QV, FG, FGS, RD, ED, RDF, CQ, CQR, CQV, AV, AVT, AVM and CAV series.
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