Circuit with a Cylinder as Intensifier
This circuit intensifies pressure by using the difference between cap and head area in cylinders. In the following figure, the solenoid valve for adding pressure is turned ON. Working fluid channeled through the sequence valve ® pushes the working cylinder head forward until it hits an object. The contact between the cylinder head and the object eventually increases the pressure inside the line. Then, the circuit delivers the pressurized working fluid to the intensifying cylinder in which the fluid is pressurized yet further. The highly pressurized working fluid in the intensifying cylinder is then supplied back to the working cylinder. The decompression valve on the primary side of the intensifying cylinder adjusts the output power. Also, in the process of returning the cylinders, it is important to note that the intensifying cylinder is returned by the sequence valve © (using the counter balance valve as the sequence valve).
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