Hydraulic control blocks aligned to your requirements
You state the framework, and our team will make your wishes reality. Based on our years of experience, we select manufacturer-independent valves or use makes in accordance with your specifications. We use Solid Works for CAD design. With the aid of a 3D model, the construction space can be inspected in advance prior to production. Every control block produced at Gläser is checked for function and adjusted if required according to your wishes.
World market leaders trust in and value control blocks "Made by Gläser".
For small to medium oil flows (up to approximately Q-60 l/min)
With this design, customers receive a control block which is particularly compact, weight-optimised and adapted to the installation conditions. Clamp-in valve cartridges or Cetop valves are mainly used.
For medium to large oil flows (up to approx. Q=200 l/min)
With this design, 2-way built-in valves, so-called logics, are frequently used. Flange connections partly replace the thread connections. Clamp-in valve cartridges or Cetop valves take on pilot functions. Here, too, the same design critera apply:
Using this design method, control block solutions can also be found for individual cases. In this way, the customer receives a variable control block version. Extension options exist through the large range of inter-plate valves. Cetop valves are used.
For large oil flows and several consumers (Q < 200 l/min).
With this design, the monoblocks are designed as modules which can be flanged - multiplied. Assemblies with the same functions can be supplied via central input or end modules. 2-way built-in valves, so-called logics, are used. Flange connections partly replace the thread connections. Clamp-in valve cartridges or Cetop valves take on pilot functions. Here, too, the same design critera apply:
Particularly appropriate for mobile applications: from the PVG proportional valve program by Danfoss Power Solutions, almost all customer requests can be realised. From simple mechanical designs right up to electrically-proportional valve systems with CAN bus control systems, extremely different versions can be realised.