The 1000 Series progressive divider valve manifold distributes and proportions incoming oil or grease to bearing points. A typical divider valve manifold consists of an inlet section, three to nine valves and an end section. One assembly can serve up to a maximum of 18 lubrication points.
Individual divider valve blocks have a sliding discharge piston and built-in outlet check valves. Blocks are offered in three output sizes. The discharge capacity of a block is determined by varying the piston diameter in the valve block. Valve blocks have two outlets located at each end of the assembly (double outlet blocks) and supply rated discharge outputs from each of the two outlets during one complete valve cycle.
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