1 SPOOL 25 GPM LOG SPLITTER VALVE
Brand new, hydraulic control valve for operating hydraulic cylinders. Pressure operated detent on return stroke, spring center on extend for use with log splitters or other auto detent applications. Pressure-release detent adjustable from 300 to 1,750 PSI.
Flow 25 GPM max.
Pressure 2750 PSI max.
Relief Valve Adj. set at 2200 PSI
Detent release pressure 1100 PSI
In/Out Ports 3/4" NPT
Work Ports 1/2" NPT
Mount 3 hole base
Size 9-1/4 "x 4-3/8" x 3"
Shpg. 12 lbs.
Spool Details: Spool 1 Double acting cylinder, spring center extend/auto detent retract
would I be able to add this valve to my existing log splitter and use for a log lift?
A: If your existing valve is capable of power beyond, it could be plumbed into the system. If the existing valve is not capable of power beyond it can lead to leaking or failure of the upstream valve. It may not be the best choice for a log lift with the pressure release detent on the return stroke.
Date Submitted: 02/07/2017
Can I install another single control valve to the return or tank port of this valve and have enough pressure to operate a log lift?
A: That is not the correct way to plumb another valve into the system. If done that way, and the downstream valve encounters enough resistance to build significant pressure, the pressure will travel back to the low pressure return cavity of the upstream valve and blow the low pressure seals out on the ends of the spool.
Date Submitted: 02/04/2017
What name brand is this valve? It looks a lot like a prince LS 3000.
A: These have no discernible brand name. They appear to be an imported version patterned after the LS-3000.
Date Submitted: 09/07/2016
can this valve be converted to closed center with 9-4895-C plug?
A: No, this valve cannot be converted to closed center.
Date Submitted: 08/03/2016
I have a SpeeCo log splitter that attaches to my tractor hydraulics. I think it's about 24 ton (has a 4.5 inch piston). My valve has 3/4 in and out ports along with 3/4 work ports also. Do you think this valve will work with my splitter? Thanks
A: This valve should have sufficient flow capacity for use with your tractor even though the works ports are smaller than your old valve.
Date Submitted: 05/24/2015
After the handle returns to neutral from the auto detent on the return stroke, can you manually hold the valve and continue travel? For example if I would normally want it to trip at 500 PSI but occasionally would need pressure beyond that.
A: Yes, you can hold the lever and it would be able to create pressure up the main relief valve setting (same as on the splitting stroke)
Date Submitted: 03/05/2015
does it kick off its self after it in the back posission or do you have to hold it back
A: This valve is spring centered back to the neutral position from the splitting stroke and has a detent that locks in the return stroke. When the cylinder is fully retracted it releases the detent and the spring returns the handle to neutral.
Date Submitted: 10/11/2014
Does the valve come with the handle assembly?
A: Yes it comes with a handle
Date Submitted: 07/15/2014
Where is the adjustable relief located. How do you adjust the pressure?
A: If you click on the second picture you can see it on the side of the valve. You loosen the jam nut and then slowly turn depending on whether you are increasing or decreasing pressure
Date Submitted: 06/21/2014
Is the handle reversable?
A: No it is not reversible.
Date Submitted: 03/05/2014
Can this valve be made to operate as power beyond?
A: Sorry there is no power beyond option on this valve.