Cetop 3 (NG6) Brake Valve performs the same function as a counterbalance valve, but it is designed to overcome a key disadvantage when used on a Hydraulic motor. The pressure drop across the counterbalance valve is converted to heat; consequently, half the hydraulic power is wasted. Cetop 3 (NG6) Brake Valve overcomes this disadvantage. For other products visit Products
Yuken: Hydraulic specialist and its products are recognised as an industry leading brand, utilised in various regular and specialist applications around the world.
We supply standard, off-the-shelf products but at Yuken, we will always go the extra mile to understand your needs and provide Hydraulic solutions, which will allow you to meet the increasingly tough challenges that we all face.
Our company dates back to 1929 in Japan and in 1980 Yuken Europe Ltd. was founded. During this time Yuken: Hydraulic specialist has accumulated a wealth of practical and technical expertise and our enduring success lies in the fact that our history is filled with examples of how we have met and exceeded the needs of machine and system builders.
Yuken:hydraulic specialist also design and build new devices for customers on a bespoke basis.
Our Hydraulic products are used by original equipment manufacturers operating in a diverse variety of sectors including shipping, construction, subsea operations, chocolate-makers and contact lens manufacturing equipment.
The demanding requirements of those machine, system builders and hydraulic power pack, who need improved productivity, and performance to gain technical edges over their competition, means that we have built ourselves a reputation for quality and cutting edge innovation and design, developing a range of products which will enhance any system they are used in.
As industries evolve, there are always new and exciting technical challenges to meet and Yuken’s pro-active approach ensures that we will remain at the forefront of being a solutions provider.
Yuken:Hydraulic Specialist revolutionary innovations include:
C – (*-140 bar Pressure Range), H – (70-210 bar Pressure Range), C, H