Sub-system valves are designed for specific uses within a complex system. These valves differ from configurable valves such as directional control valves, which can be configured to multiple machine needs. Our sub-system valves include brake valves and self-leveling valves.
Our wide range of brake valves include single, dual, and trailer brakes. These valves can help you increase machine performance productivity with reliable braking.
Our self-leveling valves automatically keep buckets, platforms and other implements level to the ground without additional operator inputs needed.
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A self-leveling valve’s purpose is to keep a service level to the ground. This service can be a bucket, platform, or other implement. The valve functions by flow-dividing the output of one service — a boom cylinder — to the input of another service — a bucket cylinder. With rated pressures up to 207 bar [3,000 psi] and flows up to 56.8 l/min [15 US gal/min] for single-valve configuration and 240 bar [3,500 psi] and 76 l/min [20 US gal/min] for dual-valve configuration, our valves accomplish leveling without the need for position feedback, mechanically or electrically. Leveling is determined by known cylinder geometries and sizing other flow dividers appropriately.