Shuttle Valves

Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment

Spring Biased Shuttle Valve suits high pressure applications.

January 25, 2012

Measuring 0.375 in. in diameter and constructed entirely of stainless steel, Model 375 is suitable for applications with system pressures up to 5,000 psi. Poppet is biased so that emergency port is normally closed, and normal and service ports are connected. For installation flexibility, miniature valve is available with biased port at either end. Read More

Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment

Miniature Detented Shuttle Valve for High Pressure Applications

November 14, 2011

WESTBROOK, CT - The Lee Company's new 375 Detented Shuttle Valve is ideal for high pressure applications with system pressures up to 5000 psi. Featuring a poppet that latches at either seat to close off the emergency port or the normal port, this 0.375" diameter shuttle valve is available in a metal seat version, as well as a polymeric seat version for applications requiring zero leakage. This...Read More

Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment

Product Spotlight - Shuttle Valves

March 23, 2009

The shuttle valve is an often misunderstood and overlooked fluid power accessory device. What exactly is it and what does it do? Pneumatically speaking, a shuttle valve is typically used when a pilot signal or air supply source needs to come from more than one location (think of it as an "or" device). If we look at the schematic below, we find that either "Valve 1" or "Valve 2" can be used to...Read More

Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment

Shuttle Valve offers 6 gpm performance.

February 5, 2009

Constructed entirely of stainless steel, compact, non-detented Model IMH Shuttle Valve measures 8 mm in dia and is 16 mm long. Cartridge-style valve installs into drilled hole, eliminating need for threads, o-rings, or in-house designs. It is suited for use as signal for auxiliary functions such as hydraulically released, spring-applied brakes and load sensing applications. Read More

Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment

New IMH 5.5 mm Shuttle Valve

October 9, 2008

WESTBROOK, CT- The new Lee IMH Shuttle Valve is a miniature, economical and reliable solution to the problem of hydraulic isolation in manifolds. This new valve features a compact, non-detented, selective design that is just 5.5mm in diameter and 12.2mm long, and is ideal as a signal for auxiliary functions, such as hydraulically released, spring-applied brakes and load sensing applications....Read More