HS2SVO604 | Two-Way Directional-Control Pilot Valve.
The HS2SV cartridge valve is used to allow or block flow, through actuation of an operator, from a circuit to reservoir. The solenoid is available with various voltage and connection options. And like other Oilgear screw-in cartridge values, they are available with a variety of options that make sure they work for your needs.
HS3SVC602 | Three-Way Directional Control Pilot
The HS3SV cartridge valve is used to allow, block or bypass flow in a system — depending on spool chosen — through actuation of an operator. Solenoid-operated and normally closed, these valves are available with several spool configurations for a variety of functions. They can be actuated by electric, pneumatic or manual operator. The solenoid is available with various voltage and connection options.
HS3SVO602 | Directional, 3-Way, Solenoid-Operated, Normally-Open
HS4WPP802 | Directional, Four Way, Pilot Operated.
HSC2003 | Valves to Check and Counterbalance
When you need one-way flow in your hydraulic application, check valves from Oilgear can do the job. HSC cartridge-type check valves allow free flow in one direction while automatically preventing flow in the opposite direction. They can be used to separate portions of a circuit, or with a sequence valve to provide a counterbalance valve function.
HSF1202 | Made to Regulate Flow
HSF802 | Made to Regulate Flow
HSLR603 | Direct Acting Relief
HSMR601 | A Direct-Acting Relief Valve
HSN2002 | A Bidirectional Flow Control Needle, Adjustable
HSN801 | A Bidirectional Flow Control Needle, Adjustable
HSP1621 | A Flexible, Functional Poppet Valve.
The HSP cartridge valve can be used as a pilot-operated check valve or directional control valve. One or more cartridges can be used to provide two-, three- and four-way function. HSP valves can also function as a flow-control valve — when used with stroke-limiter operation — and as a pressure-control valve when used with appropriate pilot valve. HSP is normally closed.