2-Circuit Remotely Powered Type LT07

Nominal braking pressures of 60, 80 and 100 bar make the 2-circuit remotely powered brake valve ideal for a number of machinery types.

  • Pipe line installation
  • Small installation dimensions
  • Integrated maximum pressure limitation of the braking circuit
  • Brake pressure proportional to the operating force
  • Synchronisation through low hysteresis
  • All consumer ports on one side
  • External brake pressure return (on request)
  • Weight: 5.5 kg


2-circuit remotely powered brake valve is a direct-controlled pressure relief valve of 3-way design with stepless mechanical operation.

It has a maximum pressure relief of secondary circuits and infinitely adjustable pressure in the secondary circuits (braking circuits) which is in proportion to the travel of the operating element.

With the failure of one brake circuit the second brake circuit remains fully functional due to the mechanical contact of both spools. The operating force at the pedal remains unchanged. The 2-circuit remotely powered brake valve consists mainly of the housing and control spool, main compression spring, operating element and the return springs.

The valve is operated via the operating element. This pushes the main control spring against both control spools.

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