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Chapter 13 Feb28

Chapter 13 Feb28

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Chapter 13.1
Chapter 13 Example Circuits
13.1 Limiting Maximum Pressure13.1.1
Relief ValveMaximum pressure is the relief valve setting (ideal)Operating pressure is dictated by the burden
Figure 13.1 Relief Valve to limit pressure13.1.2
Hydraulic FuseOne shot affairOverload protection
13.1.3
Pressure Compensating PumpMaximum pressure is set by the deadhead value
Figure 13.2 Deadhead pressure to limit system pressure
 
Chapter 13.2
13.2 Unloading Circuits13.2.1
Bypass systemThis circuit unloads the pump when the ram reaches the end of its strokeNormal operation Pump unloaded
Figure 13.3 Unloading valve to limit pressure13.2.2
Balanced Relief ValveIn the neutral position, the pump is unloaded
 
Chapter 13.3
Figure 13.4 Balanced relief valve13.2.3
Electronic UnloadingOperator manually switches valve to position shown. LS1 is activated. Pistonmoves to the right until LS1 is engaged which, in turn, actuates the pump valve solenoid.The valve is opened dumping flow to tank at low pressure. To reverse, LS1 is de-activated, closing the solenoid valve.
To solenoidTo LS1To LS2LS2LS1
TosolenoidToLS1ToLS2LS2LS1TosolenoidToLS1ToLS2LS2LS1
Normal Operation PSI activated, Solenoid engages
Figure 13.5 Unloading pressure using electronic limit switches

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