Lots Of Hydraulic Products

Walvoil introduced a number of new hydraulic components at Bauma 2019, including the 3TPW, a new range of cast-iron pumps for heavy-duty mobile equipment. A two-piece construction allows to reach up to 300 bar pressure across a wide displacement range from 23.9 to 79.8 cm3/rev.

Another novelty is the SDX bankable valve, or sectional on/off valve, that will join the SDE030 and SDE060 valve ranges. With its flow of up to 40 L/min per section with local compensation, the SDX is suitable in particular for aerial platforms, truck-mounted cranes, municipal vehicles and attachments.

The SVM980 hydraulic pilot control valve with differential area is another new launch, completing the existing range with a new patented design. It offers the lowest operating forces for the operator and high flow rates thanks to the large diameter of the spools.

Walvoil’s booth – in hall A3, stand 339 – also showcased the CED1200S control unit for safety-related applications, the HJW heavy-duty joystick, and the XMH handle. The company also presented the service tool WST pro, for all Walvoil’s electronic components.

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