What is a CETOP Valve?

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What is a CETOP Valve?

A CETOP hydraulic directional control valve allows fluid to flow into different paths from single or multiple sources. They are often made up of a spool inside a mechanically or electrically controlled cylinder. The movement of the spool checks or permits movement, thus controlling fluid flow.

CETOP is actually an abbreviation of Comité Européen des Transmissions Oléohydrauliques et Pneumatiques in which CETOP is the European Fluid Power Committee.

Thus, it is:

  • The communication platform for fluid power in Europe.
  • The international umbrella organisation and communication platform for the fluid power associations in Europe.

CETOP Valves Different Controls

CETOP Valves can be supplied with different control options:

  • Manual control
  • Electric on/off control
  • Proportional electric control
  • Pneumatic control
  • Hydraulic control
  • Mechanical control

As a Bosch Rexroth distributor, we stock and supply a vast range of Bosch Rexroth directional control valves. From CETOP 3 and CETOP 5 directional on/off, directional proportional, directional high response and directional servo valves.

Bosch Rexroth offer the largest range of on/off, logic, safety and pressure other hydraulic valves – wider than any competitor’s – for all types of applications. From isolator valves and pressure valves to flow control valves and directional cartridge valves, you will find exactly what you need to achieve an optimal solution.

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