PROPORTIONAL FLOW DIVIDER Brand new. Divides flow into two equal volume outputs regardless of load variations. Integral check valves allow free return flow through valve in reverse. For hydraulic circuits or motors that operate at same speed. NOTE: These are not for synchronizing hydraulic cylinders. Use a Rotary Flow Divider for that application.
I got a grapple fork for loader , with 2 cylinders , so if something is picked up at one side , i want the other cylinder 2 also push so its not twisting my grapple fork frame , will this make both cylinders push even if one has a load and the other doesn't ?
A: No. That is not what this valve is made to do. NOTE: These are not for synchronizing hydraulic cylinders.
If you want to meter fluid to two cylinders so they extend at the same rate, a rotary gear divider is typically the solution for that.
Date Submitted: 01/31/2018
Are these Prince RD flow dividers, if so what is the full part # so I can look at the specs in their catalog?
A: The Prince part number is RD-350-16.
Date Submitted: 02/28/2017
Will this lift 2 hydraulic cylinders equally or evenly?
A: Due to the nature of how the flow is divided, this valve is unable to accurately synchronize two cylinders. A rotary flow divider is best for that application.
Date Submitted: 02/21/2017
Is this a spool type flow divider
A: Yes, the spool 'centers' to divide the flow in this particular model.
Date Submitted: 02/03/2017
I have two hydraulic motors (BMPH160H4KP) spinning weeding tines on a farm implement. They are powered from the rear remote on my tractor. Can I install this to make them spin the same speed regardless of load?
A: Yes, that is this item's function.
Date Submitted: 09/04/2016
I'm looking at adding a grapple to my kubota b2650. Would this work?
A: This will split one flow into two flows to add a second flow which can be worked with as a separate system. If you need to add a second valve with a passage back to return/tank it should work.