Modularity and efficiency
For the most demanding applications, only the highest flow and the highest pressure will do.
The PVG 128/256 are built to take control with up to 500 l/min per section supplied with up to 1200 l/min (300 US gal/min) pump flow.
Rock-solid control and optimum safety are more critical than ever when it comes to the biggest applications and the heaviest tasks.
This new proportional (pre-compensated) load-sensing valve series can easily be built together with PVG 32 and PVG 16 making it easy to build a valve that is adapted to the flow needs of the most demanding application.
Go with our PVG 128/256 and optimize work functions on cranes, mining, drill rigs and 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
CAN bus control for lower installation cost and increased diagnostics
Optimized for lower pressure drop and higher efficiency
Compact sectional platform solution for easy integration with PVG 16 and PVG 32
Compact design, easy installation and serviceability
Individual LS A/B relief valves ensure energy efficient, safe and reliable operation
Mechanical actuation as default on all valve sections
Electrohydraulic actuators PVE (Ratio metric, 0-10V, CANbus) as well as PVHC (High Current PWM) actuators
PVG proportional valves portfolio
Whether you’re moving the largest of loads or need the precise control that feels like an extension of the operator’s own hand, the family of Danfoss PVG proportional valves can address your unique challenges while delivering increased machine productivity and keeping pace with today’s shorter product cycles.
|User guide - BC||PVG 128 and 256 Proportional Valve Group Technical Information||French||23 Aug, 2018||7.2 MB|
|User guide - BC||PVG 128 and 256 Proportional Valve Group Technical Information||English||24 Sep, 2018||8.0 MB|
|User guide - BC||PVG 128 and 256 Proportional Valve Group Technical Information||German||23 Aug, 2018||6.5 MB|
|User guide - BC||PVG 128 and 256 Proportional Valve Group Technical Information||Chinese (CN)||23 Aug, 2018||9.1 MB|
|Data sheet - AI||PVG 128 and PVG 256 Proportional Valves Data Sheet||English||27 Aug, 2018||330.9 KB|
|Promotion material - AV||PVG Proportional Valve Brochure||Chinese (CN)||23 Aug, 2018||12.1 MB|
|Promotion material - AV||PVG Proportional Valve Brochure||English||14 Nov, 2018||1.3 MB|
Offshore oil and gas applications
Making up nearly 30% of global crude oil production, upstream Offshore Oil and Gas activities 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 to maximize operating productivity and prevent unexpected downtime.
Onshore oil and gas applications
Making up the majority of the world’s total oil production, onshore Oil and Gas activities require a great deal of flexibility and scalability. A variety of oil reserve types, and typically a much greater number of oil wells per reserve than offshore, onshore equipment needs to be flexible and robust.
Space is limited on construction sites, and there are people working everywhere. Contractors need machines that can safely maneuver in a tight spot, but are still 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.
Think about the heaviest challenges in the open mining, road building and construction industry. Tasks such as cutting through rock or the Arctic permafrost; compacting thick layers of hot asphalt; or lifting huge, prefabricated wall panels into place. The power demands on the machines that perform such work are colossal. Danfoss designs high-flow hydraulic solutions to meet those demands.