Servo cartridge valves offer superior flow performance

Moog’s new X700 Series servo cartridge valves serve as robust throttle valves in electrohydraulic flow control systems, especially those requiring quick dynamic responses and high flows.

Advantages of the X700 Series servo cartridge valves include a flow-optimised design which Moog says delivers a huge leap in flow performance compared to alternative products, and a robust design enabling a maximum main stage operating pressure of 420 bar (6,000 psi). For maximum flexibility, customers can choose between three interface options: an analogue or fieldbus interface, or both, combined in the same valve, to be prepared for Internet of Things (IoT) requirements.

Three sizes according to ISO 7368 are available: size 32 (X702), size 40 (X703) and size 50 (X704). All valves are equipped with integrated electronics and closed-loop position control for the main stage cartridge poppet.

“The significantly increased flow performance of our new product family enables customers to reduce valve sizes and save costs and space, which results in a more economical machine design”, says development team leader Joerg Wagner. “Combined with the higher dynamics of a smaller sized valve, these products also allow a higher machine performance.”

A Moog D636 direct drive valve is used for the pilot stage, offering superior dynamics and high energy efficiency, thanks to its minimal internal leakage. Due to the innovative main stage design, a sleeve alignment in the manifold is not required, providing flexibility in manifold design. For applications with particular safety requirements, fail-safe options are available that ensure a defined, safe main stage position to avoid uncontrolled machine movements.

Moog Industrial Group

Ashchurch Parkway
Tewkesbury
GL20 8TU
UNITED KINGDOM

01684 296600

info.uk@moog.com

www.moog.co.uk

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