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Most Recent Questions
Recent Question:
Can this valve be switched between open-center and closed-center?
Recent Question:
Can this flow control be mounted before the directional valve to control cylinder speed, extent and retract?
Recent Question:
two-part question, does this valve have a Spring Center and is flow rate proportional to handle travel
Recent Question:
Can the 2 center levers be mounted on the same axis as the 2 other levers??
Questions with Most Recent Answers
Question:
Can this valve be switched between open-center and closed-center?
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Can this flow control be mounted before the directional valve to control cylinder speed, extent and retract?
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two-part question, does this valve have a Spring Center and is flow rate proportional to handle travel
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Can the 2 center levers be mounted on the same axis as the 2 other levers??

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Northman Fluid Power In-Line Hydraulic Flow Control Valve with Reverse Free Flow - 8 GPM, 3000 PSI, 3/8in. NPT Ports, Model# TCVT03

Item# 202526
This Northman in-line adjustable flow control valve is designed to restrict the flow of oil in a hydraulic system to control the speed of a cylinder or motor. The flow in one direction is metered as adjusted. The flow in the opposite direction is full free flow over a check valve. Max. PSI 3,000, Port Size in. 3/8 NPT, Max. Flow GPM 8. In-line mount Metered flow in one direction, full flow in opposite direction
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Questions & Answers for Northman Fluid Power In-Line Hydraulic Flow Control Valve with Reverse Free Flow - 8 GPM, 3000 PSI, 3/8in. NPT Ports, Model# TCVT03

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Is there an electronic sectioned (cutaway) drawing of this valve (TCV-T03-10-N) available?

asked 1 year, 4 months ago
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There is not a drawing available for this product.
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Is this a simple needle valve

Or is it a pressure compensated flow control valve?
asked 3 years, 5 months ago
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This is a simple flow control valve with reverse free flow. It is not a pressure compensated valve.
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Does the casting arrow indicate restricted flow? Or free flow?

Or free flow?
asked 3 years, 6 months ago
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TCFarmer
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The port behind the arrow is the Control Flow Out Port or the Free Flow In Port.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
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