Consuelo comes from Spain and started purchasing hydraulic cartridge valves from manufacturers in China 2 years ago. He has been successful but was wrestled by a hydraulic cartridge relief valve equivalent to HydraForce RV10-22. The cartridge relief valve thread slipping caused by carelessness in the original hydraulic cartridge valve manufacturer was solved by AAK with 1 small detail.
In March of this year, they needed to purchase 100 pcs of hydraulic cartridge relief valves RV10-22. This is a standard part, and Consuelo purchased RV10-22 in bulk directly. 3 months later, some users complained that the threads of the hydraulic cartridge relief valve cage were slipping and leaking. Consuelo was surprised because this is the first time for him to encounter this low-level error of thread slipping. Although the original manufacturer of the hydraulic cartridge relief valve was very cooperative, Consuelo realized that the hydraulic cartridge valve manufacturer with unstable quality would bring him a lot of trouble in his future work. Each hydraulic cartridge relief valve cage thread must be 100% compliant without slipping threads.
Consuelo found AAK on Google and left a message: Has AAK encountered any problem with the thread slipping of the hydraulic cartridge relief valve cage? I told him that more than one client has raised the issue of thread slipping, and AAK has avoided thread slipping with just a small detail in the process. After communication, it was learned that he purchased hydraulic cartridge relief valve RV10-22 from the original manufacturer and encountered the problem of thread slipping. I told him that AAK has existing stock for the hydraulic cartridge relief valve RV10-22. He can receive them after 1 week and customer complaints can be resolved.
The hydraulic cartridge relief valve thread has no slipping, which is not difficult, but the key lies in the details. Of course, the material selection and processing of hydraulic cartridge relief valves are the foundation. AAK controls the accuracy of the valve cage external thread and internal hole inspection in this way. Before assembly, AAK inspection technicians use thread ring gauges and plug gauges to check. Inspect the thread size on the outer surface of each hydraulic cartridge relief valve cage using a thread gauge. The inner diameter of the hydraulic cartridge relief valve cage is tested with a plug gauge, and each thread is tested. This is a small detail, but most hydraulic cartridge valve manufacturers in China overlook this process directly. The original manufacturer was unable to avoid the thread slipping of hydraulic cartridge relief valve RV10-22, and AAK solved it with one 1 small detail.
AAK hydraulic cartridge relief valve, the thread without slipping, you can rest assured to give it a try!
AAK HYDRAULIC CARTRIDGE VALVES (651) 2023-08-17