PNEUMATIC OPERATED COUNTER BALANCE VALVE

ABSTRACT:

These are essentially alleviation valves however utilized as a part of a specific application to set up a back-weight in a circuit. They are oftentimes utilized to ‘offset’ a heap as appeared in the circuit in Figure 1. Here the valve makes a back-strain to keep the heap from fleeing when the barrel is withdrawing. The standard weight setting is 1.3 times the heap instigated weight.

WORKING PRINCIPLE:

1(B) Counterbalance valve

A check valve is joined in the circuit in Figure 1 to permit free-stream in the switch course (i.e. to sidestep the balance valve when raising the heap). Care must be taken if utilizing a customary alleviation valve for this application as at some phase of activity the tank port will be liable to most extreme circuit weight. This isn’t passable with numerous help valves. The balance valve indicated has a necessary check valve. A different empty association out of the spring chamber is superfluous in light of the fact that the weight area of the valve is out of commission when the T port is pressurized (stream is through the check valve). When it is counterbalancing the back weight at T ought to be kept to a base.

Over-focus valve

A detriment of an offset valve is that it diminishes the accessible power. Consider the press circuit to a limited extent (an) of Figure 2 where the valve is utilized to neutralize the heaviness of the press apparatuses while they are shutting. During’the shaping task, some portion of the conceivable squeezing power will be lost in defeating the back-weight set up by the balance valve.

Press circuit. (a) With offset valve. (b) With over-focus valve.

The weakness of the offset valve can be overwhelmed by utilizing remote pilot task as portrayed . This remotely steered offset valve indicated diagrammatically in is otherwise called an over-focus valve or brake valve. A generally low weight in the pilot segment will switch the valve open, expelling the back-weight from the barrel annulus side. At the point when the cylinder tries to flee, pilot weight is lost and the offset segment switches once more into the circuit. Amid the framing some portion of the press activity, the valve is steered open evacuating the back weight and all the weight on the pedal to the metal side is then accessible for squeezing.

The over-focus valve is as often as possible utilized as a part of engine circuits (hydrostatic transmissions) as a brake valve. The circuit demonstrates a straightforward winch driven by a water powered engine; the over-focus valve will:

(a) Hold the heap in the impartial position.

(b) Prevent over-keep running amid bringing down.

(c) Gently brake the engine to an end on changing from ‘learning’ to ‘unbiased’.

The proportion between the pilot weight to the immediate weight important to open the valve is for the most part from 2:1 to 10:1 as indicated by the application.

Over-focus valve utilized as a part of a winch circuit.

Twofold units for controlling engines in the two headings of revolution are accessible. A specific variety joins a progression of check valves and is known as a ‘movement control and bolt valve’. It has a port for the make-up oil contribution for shut circuit transmissions and in case of the engine slowing down, it works as a cross-line help valve.

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