The Domin S4 Pro series of servo proportional valves are lightweight, high-performance directional flow control valves that cover a range of rated flows from 0.7 l/min to 18 l/min up to a maximum pressure of 350 bar per spool land.
Based on a miniature port circle of 12.2 mm and with a weight of less than 300g, the S4 Pro is suited to applications requiring superior performance, dynamics and reliability expected of a proportional valve in an ultra-compact package.
The Domin S6 Pro servo proportional valve has been designed to achieve the best characteristics from two competing valve technologies: fluid amplified electrohydraulic valves and proportional valves.
The S6 Pro has the size, mass, and dynamic capabilities of the most compact electrohydraulic valves, and the low quiescent leakage and reliability of the best proportional valves.
NG06 (CETOP 03)
The Domin S6 Pro X servo proportional valve builds upon the benefits of the S6 Pro.
Notably, the S6 Pro X is available in two versions: voltage-controlled and current-controlled, providing greater flexibility in its application.
Based on the S04 port pattern and weighing less than 800 g, the valve has a rated flow of 63 litres per minute. It offers unparalleled performance for a variety of demanding applications.
The Domin S10 Pro is a single-stage servo proportional valve which combines high flow, excellent dynamics, strong chip shear, and low power consumption.
The S10 Pro has been designed to sustain high bandwidth operation at exceptional flows without significant limitation of operating pressures or duty cycles.
Where servo proportional valves have been employed to control high flows there is a clear trade with packaging size and weight. The S10 Pro valve is packaged to be lower weight and more compact than the best of electrohydraulic servo valves.
NG10 (CETOP 05)
Set new standards in power density and dynamic performance and without compromise to cost, efficiency and reliability available at competitive market prices.
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