Vickers Inc.'s KB Series proportional directional valves are said to provide higher performance than conventional proportional valves. They are also more cost effective, more easily installed, more compact, and suited to the precise fluid power control requirements of the theme park industry. The KB Series combines advanced electrohydraulic technology with "plug-and-play" integrated electronics. Available in ISO size 03 and ISO size 05, the KB valves are rated at 350 bar (5,000 psi). The 03 and 05 size models are aimed at the high performance motion control market with bandwidths of 50-70 Hz.
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