We have identified over 10,000 different valve configurations. We plan on having a dimensional drawing, parts drawing, STP file and image for each of these. This will take time. If you need any file for a valve that has not been processed, please contact us directly and we will get it to you quickly. We will strive for same day response.

Available Controllers

Type Prefixes Description
E-Series Solenoid ESO, ESR, ESS, ESY
EBSO, EBSR, EBSS, EBSY
NSO, NSR, NSS, NSY
ZESO, ZESR, ZESS, ZESY
ZNSO, ZNSS, ZNSR, ZNSY
Standard solenoid models are assembled for "Internal Pilot" operation; that is, the valves derive shifting pressure for the spool from the valve inlet port. The required pressure to shift the spool is dependent upon the operator style. If the valve must operate at other pressures or vacuum, then the solenoid operator must use an "External Pilot" source at a pressure between 25 PSI to 150 PSI. Valves that require external pilot pressure can be ordered from the factory with the "Z" Option or be converted in the field for "External Pilot" operation.
When using an "External Pilot" source, the maximum pressure of any port is 250 PSI and the maximum vacuum of any port is 28" Hg. A combination of pressure and vacuum on multiple ports is permissible as long as the differential pressure does not exceed 250 PSI.
"Classic" Solenoid SO, SR, SS, SY
BSO, BSR, BSS, BSY
"Classic" style solenoid models are assembled for "Internal Pilot" operation; that is, the valves derive shifting pressure for the spool from the valve inlet port. The required pressure to shift the spool is dependent upon the operator style. If the valve must operate at other pressures or vacuum, then the solenoid operator must use an "External Pilot" source at a pressure between 25 PSI to 160 PSI. Valves that require "External Pilot" pressure can be ordered from the factory with the "Z" Option or be converted in the field for "External Pilot" operation.
When using an "External Pilot" source, the maximum pressure of any port is 250 PSI and the maximum vacuum of any port is 28" Hg. A combination of pressure and vacuum on multiple ports is permissible as long as the differential pressure does not exceed 250 PSI.
Hand
Manual Lever
HE, HO, HA, HR, HY, HD, HW, HX
BHE, BHO, BHA, BHR, BHY, BHD, BHW
NHE, NHO, NHA, NHR, NHY, NHD, NHW, NHX
ZHE, ZHO, ZHA, ZHR, ZHY, ZHD, ZHW
ZNHE, ZNHO, ZNHA, ZNHR, ZNHY, ZNHD, ZNHW
Manual lever/hand models are operated with a handle that shifts the spool. The standard handle position of the lever for a 3-position valve is the center of the valve (Position "B"). To fully shift the valve, the handle is pulled towards the operator (Position "A") or away from the operator (Position "C"). On 2-position valves, there is no positive detent for centering the spool (Position "B").
Palm Button KE, KO, KA, KR, KY, KW, KX
BKE, BKO, BKA, BKR, BKY, BKW BKX
NKE, NKO, NKA, NKR, NKY, NKW, NKX
ZKE, ZKO, ZKA, ZKR, ZKY, ZKW, ZKX
ZNKE, ZNKO, ZNKA, ZNKR, ZNKY, ZNKW, ZNKX
Palm button models are operated with a palm button that directly connects to the spool. The standard position of the palm button for a 3-position valve is the center of the valve (Position "B"). To fully shift the valve, the palm button is pushed away from the operator (Position "A") or pulled towards the operator (Position "C"). On 2-position valves, there is no positive lock for centering the spool (Position "B").
Foot Pedal/Treadle FO, FR, TE, TO, TA, TR, TY, TD
NFO, NFR, NTE, NTO, NTA, NTR, NTY, NTD
ZFO, ZFR, ZTE, ZTO, ZTA, ZTR, ZTY, ZTD
ZNFO, ZNFR, ZNTE, ZNTO, ZNTA, ZNTR, ZNTY, ZNTD
Foot pedal/treadle models are operated with a foot pedal/treadle that shifts the spool. The standard treadle position for a 3-position valve is the center of the valve (Position "B"). To fully shift the valve, the pedal/treadle is stepped on towards the operator (Position "A") or the treadle may be stepped on away from the operator (Position "C"). On 2-position valves, there is no positive detent for centering the spool (Position "B").
User must assume full safety responsibility for the use of foot valves. Guards are recommended and may be ordered as optional extras for certain models.
Cam Roller CC, CO, CR
BCC, BCO, BCR
NCC, NCO, NCR
Cam roller models are operated with a cam that shifts the spool. To fully shift the valve, the cam is pushed toward the valve. Normally the cam is contacted by a mechanical ramp to cause the shifting of the valve. On all cam valves, there is no positive detent for centering the spool (Position "B").
Piston PO, PP, PY Piston models are operated with a larger piston that shifts the spool. This allows you to use lower pilot pressures to shift the valve. Because of the large piston area on the actuator, pilot pressure must be limited to 150 PSI on all models. On body styles 3P and 4P, the piston is larger than the valve, therefore these models require custom subplates and recommended only for replacement in existing applications.
Remote Pilot RR, RO, RY, GR, GY
BRR, BRO, BRY
NRR, NRO, NRY
ZRR, ZRO, ZRY
ZNRR, ZNRO, ZNRY
Pilot models are operated with a remote pressure source that shifts the spool. To shift the valve, remote pressure source is sent to the valve. Refer to the section on flow control to understand more on spool position and port flow.
Differential Pilot D, DO, DY
BD, BDO, BDY
ND, NDO, NDY
ZD, ZDO
Differential Pilot models are operated with a button bleeder that shifts the spool. The loss of pressure through the button bleeder shifts the internal spool.