#3PB

This is a direct acting pilot valve, actuated by a pressure responsive diaphragm, which tends to reach equilibrium with the set spring force. When used in a pressure relief/sustaining circuit, the pilot modulates open as upstream pressure rises above set point.

PC-30-M

This is a 2-way direct acting pilot valve, actuated by a pressure responsive diaphragm, which seeks to reach equilibrium between hydraulic and set spring forces. When used in a pressure relief/sustaining circuit, the pilot modulates open as upstream pressure rises above set point.

PC-30-P

This is a 2-way direct acting pilot valve, actuated by a pressure responsive diaphragm, which seeks to reach equilibrium between hydraulic and set spring forces. When used in a pressure relief/sustaining circuit, the pilot modulates open as upstream pressure rises above set point.

PC-20-P

This pilot integrates all principal functions of a 2-way control circuit in a single assembly. It is a direct acting pilot valve, actuated by a pressure responsive diaphragm, which seeks to reach equilibrium between hydraulic and set spring forces. When used in a pressure reducing circuit, the pilot modulates closed as downstream pressure rises above … Continued

PC-S-M

This pilot combines all principal functions of a 2-way control circuit with elements of a 3-way control circuit. It is a direct acting pilot valve, actuated by a pressure responsive diaphragm, which seeks to reach equilibrium between hydraulic and set spring forces. A fully balanced trim ensures high accuracy and stability. When used in a … Continued

PC-S-P

This pilot combines all principal functions of a 2-way control circuit with elements of a 3-way control circuit. It is a direct acting pilot valve, actuated by a pressure responsive diaphragm, which seeks to reach equilibrium between hydraulic and set spring forces. A fully balanced trim ensures high accuracy and stability. When used in a … Continued

PC-SHARP-X

SHARP is the most sensitive and accurate mini-pilot in the market. It is a multi-purpose 3-Way mini-pilot, diaphragm-operated, based on a balance between the hydraulic force acting on the diaphragm, and the mechanical force of the calibration spring. The SHARP replaces the PC-X mini-pilot through all applications range.

PC-20-M

This pilot integrates all principal functions of a 2-way control circuit in a single assembly. It is a direct acting pilot valve, actuated by a pressure responsive diaphragm, which seeks to reach equilibrium between hydraulic and set spring forces. When used in a pressure reducing circuit, the pilot modulates closed as downstream pressure rises above … Continued

Model #2PBL

This is a direct acting valve, actuated by a pressure responsive diaphragm, which tends to reach equilibrium with the set spring force. Fully balanced trim ensures high accuracy and stability. When used in a pressure reducing circuit, the pilot modulates closed as downstream pressure rises above set point.

PC-70-X-P

This 3-way pilot provides the valve a flow control feature combined with fully open mode, as long as demand is below setting. It is a direct acting pilot, actuated by a paddle that is positioned within the flow stream. Should demand rise above setting, the increasing flow dynamic force moves the paddle, which thereby pushes … Continued

#2PB / FP#2PBL

  The model #2PB is a direct acting, single seated spring loaded diaphragm pressure reducing pilot valve. It is actuated by a pressure responsive diaphragm, which tends to reach equilibrium with the pre-set and field adjustable spring force. It’s fully balanced poppet design ensures high accuracy and stability. When installed as a Pressure Reducing pilot valve on a … Continued

FP#2-UL

  This pilot valve integrates all the principal functions of a two-way control circuit into a single assembly. It is a direct acting valve, actuated by a pressure responsive diaphragm, which tends to reach equilibrium with the set spring force. When used in a pressure reducing circuit, the pilot valve modulates to close as downstream pressure rises above set point. … Continued