Vickers Size 10 (NG 32) Directional Control Valve


DG3V-10 Hydraulic Pilot Operated; 1100 l/min (290 USgpm) 350 bar (5000 psi)

DG5V-10 Solenoid Pilot Operated; 1100 l/min (290 USgpm) 350 bar (5000 psi)

NFPA D10, ISO-4401-10, CETOP 1

The Vickers size 10 Directional Control Valve serves as a control valve package. This package is generally used to control large flows, to 1100 l/min (290 USgpm). The size 10 Directional Valve has been developed to be the ‘‘Best in Class’’ product through Computation Fluid Dynamics and Finite Element Analysis. The low pressure drop makes it the top performer in its class.

Vickers Size 5 (NG 10) Directional Control Valves


DG3V-5, 10 Series, Pilot Operated

DG5V-5, 10/20 Series, Solenoid Controlled, Pilot Operated

ISO 4401-05-05-0-94

These valves are used for controlling the starting, stopping and direction of fluid flow. Two types of control are available:

  • Hydraulic pilot pressure (DG3V-5 models)
  • Integrally-mounted solenoid operated pilot valves (DG5V-5 models) comprising spring-offset, springcentered and detented versions. Pilot pressure and drain can be independently configured for internal or external connection.

All spool types have been designed to provide good low-shock, fast-response characteristics which can be enhanced by an optional pilot choke module to control the speed of travel of the main spool. 

Vickers Size 7 (NG 16) Directional Control Valves


DG5S4-04 models are two-stage directional valves having an integrally mounted DG4V-3(S)-60 pilot valve. These valves are generally used to control the direction of flow in a hydraulic circuit. This in turn would control the movement of a work cylinder or the rotation of a fluid motor.

Vickers Size 8 (NG 25) Directional Control Valves


DG3V-8/DG5V-8 Hydraulic/Solenoid Pilot Operated

Directional valves are devices used to change the flow direction of fluid within a hydraulic circuit. A valve is designed to control the direction of movement of a work cylinder or the direction of rotation of a fluid motor. Directional valve operation is determined by four factors: spool type, spool positioning, method of control, and special features. Proper selection of the above factors establish and regulate desired flow paths through the internal ports of the valve. The following informati


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