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EATON Check Valve – Modular/Stack-able (DGMDC-3-YPK-41)

6,599.00 4,949.00
These valves allow free flow in one direction in the line in which the check valve element(s) is (are) located; flow in the opposite direction is not possible.

EATON Pilot Operated Check Valve – Modular/Stack-able (DGMPC-3-ABK-41)

6,599.00 4,949.00
These valves provide pilot operated check functions in one or both service lines (A or B), the operating pilot supply coming from the opposite service line. Thus with pressure in one service line the check valve in the other service line will be open (subject to system/actuator pressures being correct for the valve area ratios). A 3:1 area ratio of pilot piston to check valve seat is supplemented by an optional 10:1 decompression feature

EATON Pilot Operated Check Valve – Modular/Stack-able (DGMPC-3-ABK-BAK-41)

6,599.00 4,949.00
These valves provide pilot operated check functions in one or both service lines (A or B), the operating pilot supply coming from the opposite service line. Thus with pressure in one service line the check valve in the other service line will be open (subject to system/actuator pressures being correct for the valve area ratios). A 3:1 area ratio of pilot piston to check valve seat is supplemented by an optional 10:1 decompression feature

EATON Pilot Operated Check Valve – Modular/Stack-able (DGMPC-3-BAK-41)

6,599.00 4,949.00
These valves provide pilot operated check functions in one or both service lines (A or B), the operating pilot supply coming from the opposite service line. Thus with pressure in one service line the check valve in the other service line will be open (subject to system/actuator pressures being correct for the valve area ratios). A 3:1 area ratio of pilot piston to check valve seat is supplemented by an optional 10:1 decompression feature

EATON Pilot Operated Check Valve – Modular/Stack-able (DGMPC-5-ABK-BAK-30)

13,362.00 10,021.00
These valves are single or dual check units. Dual check units have identical check elements located in the “A” and “B” cylinder port lines. The check valve poppets are moved into the open position by a central pilot control spool which moves toward one check or the other, depending on which port is pressurized. The check valve located in the return circuit is opened by the operating pressure in the primary circuit. When the pressure in the pilot line is vented, the check valve will remain closed.