50:50 ROTARY FLOW DIVIDER Brand new, MTE 200 series model P202R-5464. Hydraulic gear type rotary flow dividers. Accurately divide flow from one source into two or more equal proportionate flows. Relief valves do not limit system pressure, they only limit differential pressure from outlets to inlet.
Flow Division 50:50
Displacement per Section 0.110 cu. in. /rev.
Input Flow Minimum Input 1.8 GPM Maximum Input 4.2 GPM
Output Flow Per Section Minimum Output 0.9 GPM Maximum Output 2.1 GPM
Pressure Maximum Input 3000 PSI Maximum Output 3500 PSI
Factory Set Differential PSI Between Sections 750 PSI
I want to supply 2.2 gpm at 1200psi. Can I return 1 section to tank and get 2400psi at 1/2 flow output from remaining section to supply ram. If so, why is relief adjustment rated only to 1000psi.
A: A: No. The maximum differential pressure between the flows cannot exceed 750 psi. That application may be better served by 9-1048-A. That item will split the flow 50/50 regardless of flow and load variations.
Date Submitted: 12/03/2018
Do you have an estimated time for getting more of these in stock ?
A: We have an order due on 9/26. If it comes in on schedule the stock for that item on our website will be updated after it is received.
Date Submitted: 09/19/2018
will fluid flow into the cylinders when pressurized and reverse back through the valve when the supply valve is reversed or opened thanks
A: Yes, fluid will flow backwards through this divider. Be aware that any load-induced pressure could lead to pressure intensification in components in certain situations.
Date Submitted: 06/13/2018
Does the oil flow back through this valve on the return stroke?
A: Yes. Because it is a gear-type divider, there can be pressure intensification effects on the inlet line due to any load-induced pressure forcing gear motion in certain situations.
Date Submitted: 11/02/2017
To keep travel the same on both two way cylinders on a loader will I have to install one of these rotary flow dividers on the pressure up & pressure down. thanks
A: Only one rotary divider is required. Since it both splits and combines flow evenly between cylinders it can be installed in either the lift or lower line.