Pressure Control Valves

Pressure control valves are an adjustable control valve that regulates pressure in a hydraulic system.

Pressure control valves are used to keep system pressures safely below a desired upper limit or to to maintain a set pressure in part of a circuit through relieving, reducing, sequencing or unloading fluid pressure; sub plate and in-line mounted options are available.

The most frequently used hydraulic pressure control valves include: relief, reducing, sequence, counterbalance and unloading pressure control valves.