Why Motion for Hydraulic Cartridge Valves?

Cartridge valves control directional flow and pressure. They are compact valves often combined to create a manifold system that produces high flow and controls leaks. Cartridge valves come in screw-in and slip-in forms. Screw-in cartridge valves directly screw into machined manifold ports and create reliable hydraulic circuits that are easy to maintain. They are generally rated for low flow. Slip-in cartridge valves, also called logic valves, slide into manifold ports. They are durable, economical valves with fast response times and high-load capabilities.