For the most demanding applications, only the highest flow and the highest pressure will do. The PVG 120 is built to take control.
Rock-solid control and optimum safety are more critical than ever when it comes to the biggest applications and the heaviest tasks. The load-sensing PVG 120 is a combined directional and flow control valve made for high flow, high pressure demands.
Go with our PVG 120 and optimize work functions on mining and drill rigs, forestry attachments, marine applications like winches and bow thruster.
Smooth load-independent flow control for optimum productivity and precise operation
Energy-efficient load-sensing technology for maximum safety and a long system life
Low internal leakage for optimum control
Open-center and closed-center versions suitable for use in systems with fixed or variable displacement pumps
Combinable with PVG 32
PLUS+1® Compliant, electrohydraulic PVE actuator
|Type||Name||Language||Valid for||Updated||Download||File type|
|User guide||PVG 120 Proportional Valve Technical Information Manual||Japanese||Japan||2.7 MB|
|User guide||PVG 120 Proportional Valve Technical Information Manual||Chinese (CN)||China||2.7 MB|
|User guide||PVG 120 Proportional Valve Technical Information Manual||English||United States||15 Mar, 2018||4.9 MB|
|Promotion material||PVG Proportional Valve Brochure||Chinese (CN)||China||12.1 MB|
|Promotion material||PVG Proportional Valve Brochure||English||United States||28 Oct, 2018||1.3 MB|
Offshore oil and gas applications
Upstream Offshore Oil and Gas activities are making up nearly 30% of global crude oil production. These are some of the harshest operating environments on the planet. Drilling in waters up to 3,000 meters deep requires equipment that is reliable and safe. this can help to maximize operating productivity and prevent unexpected downtime.
Onshore oil and gas applications
Onshore Oil and Gas activities are making up the majority of the world’s total oil production. These require a great deal of flexibility and scalability. A variety of oil reserve types onshore equipment needs to be flexible and robust. Due to a typically much greater number of oil wells per reserve than offshore.
Space is limited on construction sites, and there are people working everywhere. Contractors need machines that can safely maneuver in a tight spot. At the same time they still need to be powerful enough to get the job done. At Danfoss, we deliver the components, software, and controls that enable your machines to run safely, efficiently and effectively.