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1 NE at a glance Company, product index

2 Company profile NE, founded in 995, is a valve manufacturer specialising in the development of hydraulic solutions for mobile, agricultural and industrial applications. Our goal is to be a reliable partner, providing for our customers a state of the art service, delivered by highly qualified technical staff, to achieve customized solutions. t NE we are aware that the future of the hydraulic industry is in system engineering. We are therefore developing and manufacturing top quality products, which can be fully integrated into many different applications. NE components ensure the highest level of performance and safety in any application; this, together with our focus on innovation, has gained us the trust and appreciation of leading machine manufacturers worldwide. NE firmly believes that its internal synergy ensures that all customers receive the most efficient and effective service. his is why, each and every day, we explore advances in industry related knowledge, discuss solutions, and bring into play all our expertise to ensure we are utilizing the most advanced technologies. In order to provide our customers with the highest possible quality, NE employs some of the most skilled professionals within the industry, who work state of the art equipment and processes. his garantuees perfect functionality of components and systems produced at our facilities. NE s philosophy has always been quality driven, with the customer first in mind. t NE we understand that human capital is the most important resource and main reason for our joint success. Our company believes in people, in their talents and their personal expertise.

3 We source raw material and parts, develop and design components and systems, machine them using processes such as turning, grinding, lapping, drilling, honing, heat treatment, assemble and test and finally deliver to our customer s specifications. It s our responsibility to take care of our customers as well as ensure total quality. We - the people at NE all together - are the customer care team and the quality team. Some facts and figures NE s capabilities cover a wide spectrum of control technologies by combining mechanics, electrics and electronics to supply perfect hydraulic operating components and systems. Hundreds of customers in many industries trust us and have taken advantage of our expertise. Our applications can be found all over the globe, under the heaviest working conditions. It goes without saying that in NE people go the extra mile in order to satisfy our customers and the customer of our customers. You are kindly invited to meet the people at NE who listen and who deliver for the benefit of our customers. Sales per arket in % 6 6 Italy Europe sia Others Sales per pplication in % Lifting Earth oving Hydraulic Components Industrial Vehicles Others Sales per Channel in % 6 8 Direct Distribution 5

4 Products echanical Cartridge Valves Pressure control valves Counterbalance valves Directional control valves Flow control valves Electrical Cartridge Valves Directional control valves on-off and proportional Flow control valves Pressure control valves Function ype Q Size Hydraulically operated cartridge valves Pressure relief valves 00.0,5 50 6x, SE SE SE (HD) 0 0 SE SE SE SE SE-0 Parts-in-ody Valves Counterbalance valves PO check valves oom lowering control valves Pressure control valves Flow control valves Hydraulic Integrated Circuits (HIC) 00.5 (HD) 0 0 SE-0 Pressure reducing valves SE SE SE-08 Counterbalance valves Un-compensated SE-08 Directional Control Valves Flow sensing Load sensing SE SE x,5 6 7

5 Function ype Q Size Function ype Q Size Counterbalance valves Relief compensated SE SE SE x,5 Pilot operated Selector valves SE G-/8 Fully compensated SE SE SE x,5 Directional control valves, spool type, direct operated SE G-/8 Flow control valves -way flow control valves SE SE SE SE SE-0 -way flow control valves 08. (adjustable) SE SE SE (fixed) SE-0 Flow divider and combiner valves SE-0 Check valves Direct operated SE SE SE- Logic elements SE SE-6 8 9

6 Function ype Q Size Function ype Q Size Flow control valves SE-08 Logic elements Note: Cracking pressure pre-set at >50 bar SE SE SE SE-6 Note: Cracking pressure pre-set at >50 bar SE-0 5 -way, -position, pilot operated SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE-08 Electrically operated cartridge valves Directional control valves -way, -position, direct operated SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE-0 0

7 Function ype Q Size Function ype Q Size Directional control valves -way, -position, pilot operated SE SE SE-0 -way, -position, direct operated SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE-08 -way, -position, direct operated SE SE SE SE SE SE-08 Proportional directional control valves -way, -position, direct operated SE SE ,5 50 SE SE SE SE SE SE-0 -way, -position, direct operated SE SE SE SE SE SE SE-0

8 Function ype Q Size Function ype Q Size Proportional directional control valves L P Flanged -way, -position, direct operated SE SE- V CEOP -way, -position, direct operated CEOP SE-0 P SE-0 L G/ V SE-0 Y Y Proportional flow control valves SE-0 L V G/ SE- Proportional pressure control valves Pressure relief valves SE SE-0 Pressure reducing valves SE-08 5

9 Short introduction to Parts-in-ody counterbalance valves Counterbalance valves are hydraulic valves designed specifically to hold and control negative or gravitational loads. hey are meant to serve all those applications that involve the control of suspended loads, such as mechanical joints, lifting applications, extensible movable bridge, winches, etc. Valve with integrated anti-shock he main functionalities of counterbalance valves are lowering speed control and stationary load holding. hese type of valves are managed by pilot pressure taken from the actuator s opposite supply (supply pressure). Valve with pilot dampening he Parts-in-ody counterbalance valves architecture is characterized by internal movable parts sliding directly inside the manifold, allowing direct installation onto the hydraulic actuators: line-mounting or flange-mounting. Parts-in-ody counterbalance valves are an alternative solution to the cartridge type, as their design allows direct mounting on the application. Valve pre-arranged for load limiting device connection port Further to its simple installation, Parts-in-ody counterbalance valves allow to obtain specialized valves: valves which are able to optimize their functionality in particular situations or working conditions, as they can be equipped with additional features. Valve with regenerative circuit Valve with electric by-pass and pilot dampening E L E 6 7

10 Function ype Q Pilot ratio Parts-in-ody valves Counterbalance valves Un-compensated, single acting H00N 0 50 : G/ ; G/8 H500N :; 9: G/8 ; G/ H00N : G/ ; G/8 H500N : G/8 ; G/ H00N 0 50 : G/ ; G/8 H500N : G/8 ; G/ H00N 0 0 :; 9: G/ ; G/ with adjustable dampening screw (H00N; H50N) H50N 80 0 :; 8: G/ ; G/ H005N 0 50 : G/ ; G/8 Port flanged 8 x 8 H007N 0 50 : G/ ; G/8 H5005N : G/8 ; G/ Port flanged 0 x 0 with adjustable dampening screw (H005N) H005N 0 0 :; 9: G/ H005N 0 0 :; 9: G/ H505N 80 0 :; 8: G/ ; G/ Port flanged 0 x 0 with adjustable dampening screw H005N 0 50 : G/ ; G/8 Port flanged 8 x 8 8 9

11 Function ype Q Pilot ratio Counterbalance valves Un-compensated, single acting H006N 0 50 : G/ ; G/8 H008N 0 50 : G/ ; G/8, flanged 8 x 8 H5006N : G/8 ; G/ H006N 0 0 :; 9: G/, flanged 0 x 6 with adjustable dampening screw H506N 80 0 :; 8: G/ ; G/, flanged 0 x 0 Un-compensated, double acting with adjustable dampening screw (H506N) H00N 0 0 : G/ ; G/ H50N 80 0 :; 8: G/ with adjustable dampening screw (H50N) H50N : G/8 H5N 80 0 :; 8: G/ ; G/, flanged with adjustable dampening screw (H50N) H060N 0 50 : G/ ; G/8 H5060N :; 9: G/8 ; G/ H060N 0 0 :; 9: G/ ; G/ 0

12 Function ype Q Pilot ratio Counterbalance valves Un-compensated, double acting H5060N : G/8 ; G/ C H06N 0 50 : G/ ; G/8 Port flanged 8 x 8 H506N : G/8 ; G/ H06N 0 0 : G/ ; G/ Port flanged 0 x 0 H5060N : G/8 ; G/ H506N : G/8 ; G/ Port flanged 0 x 0 H06N 0 50 : G/ ; G/8, flanged 8 x 8

13 Function ype Q Pilot ratio Counterbalance valves Un-compensated, double acting H506N :; 9: G/8 ; G/ H06N 0 0 : G/ ; G/, flanged 0 x 8 Un-compensated, with axial discharge H50N 0 50 :; 9: G/ H50N : G/ Port flanged 8 x 8 H50N : G/ Relief-compensated, single acting H50S : G/8 H50S : G/8 ; G/ H50S : G/8 H50S0 H50S 5

14 Function ype Q Pilot ratio Counterbalance valves Relief-compensated, single acting H505S : G/8 ; G/ Port flanged 0 x 0 H506S : G/8 ; G/ Port flanged 0 x 6 Relief-compensated, double acting H560S : G/8 ; G/ H56S : G/8 ; G/ Port flanged 0 x 0 H56S : G/8 ; G/, flanged 0 x 8 Fully compensated, single acting H00C 0 50 : G/ ; G/8 H500C :; 9: G/8 ; G/ 6 7

15 Function ype Q Pilot ratio Counterbalance valves Fully compensated, single acting H00C 0 50 : G/ ; G/8 H500C : G/8 ; G/ H00C 0 0 :; 9: G/ ; G/ H50C 80 0 :; 8: G/ ; G/ with adjustable dampening screw (H00C; H50C) H005C 0 50 : G/ ; G/8 Port flanged 8 x 8 H007C 0 50 : G/ ; G/8 H5005C : G/8 ; G/ H005C 0 0 :; 9: G/ Port flanged 0 x 0 with adjustable dampening screw (H005C) H005C 0 0 :; 9: G/ H505C 80 0 :; 8: G/ ; G/ Port flanged 0 x 0 with adjustable dampening screw Fully compensated, double acting H50C 80 0 :; 8: G/ 0.5 mm 0.5 mm with adjustable dampening screw H50C : G/8 H5C 80 0 :; 8: G/ ; G/ 0.5 mm 0.5 mm, flanged with adjustable dampening screw 8 9

16 Function ype Q Pilot ratio Counterbalance valves Regenerative circuits H080NS000 0 ( /) 0 (/) 50 : G/8 H080N0S (/) 0 (/) 50 : G/ H080N0S (/) 70 (/) 0 : G/ H08NS000 0 ( /) 0 (/) 50 : G/8, flanged 0

17 Function ype Q Pilot ratio Pilot operated check valves Single acting 6D : G/8 6D : G/ 6D : G/8 Port flanged Double acting 6D : G/8 ; SE-06 6D : G/ 6D.0C5 0 0,6: G/8 6D : G/8 ; SE-06 6D : G/, flanged Double acting, positions, manually shut-off 6D0.05 (Left) 0 50,7: G/8 6D.05 (Left) 0 50,7: G/8 Lever 6D50.05 (Right) 0 50,7: G/8 6D5.05 (Right) 0 50,7: G/8 Handknob

18 Short introduction to load lowering control valves (ISO86) ccording the European Standard for Earth moving machinery - Safety requirements (EN 7), when an excavator or a backhoe loader is used to handle loads with a mass bigger than 000 kg, or with a momentum force above Nm, the carrying cylinders have to be equipped with control devices capable of preventing the effects of a possible hose failure. When excavators and backhoes are used to lift heavy weights, any carrying circuit malfunction or breakdown could be a threat for the operator and those in the vicinity. his risk can be reduced by installing in the hydraulic circuit boom lowering control devices, these are capable of preventing an uncontrolled descent of the load in case of hose failure on carrying circuits. For this kind of application, the suitable valves must be able to withstand the requirements indicated by the international standard ISO 86 (Earth-oving achinery - Hydraulic Excavator and ackhoe Loader oom-lowering Control Device - Requirements and ests), which states the testing procedures and the evaluation criteria for both excavators and backhoes mounting boom lowering valves. Counterbalance valves installation (manual operated DCV) ccording to the type of circuit: joystic oprated or manual operated DCVs, two different type of valves are used: Load Lowering Control devices LHD-Y series; Joystick pressure operated Counterbalance valves LHD- series; self piloted by the actuator supply line. oom lowering valves installation (joystick operated DCV) 5

19 Function ype Q Pilot ratio oom lowering control devices oom lowering valves for excavators Y500Y Right 0 50 :0 G/8 ; SE-08 Y500Y Left 0 50 :0 G/8 ; SE-08 Y500Y Right :0 G/ ; SE-0 pos. Y500Y Left :0 G/ ; SE-0 pos. 0,5 mm Y00Y Right 75 0 :0 G/ ; SE-0 Y00Y Left 75 0 :0 G/ ; SE-0 Y50Y Right 50 0 :0 G/ ; SE- Y50Y Left 50 0 :0 G/ ; SE- E E Y0Y :0 / SE6000 Y5Y :0 / SE6000 C C SE flanged Y5Y :0 G/ SE6000 E E Y5Y :0 / SE6000 C C Y5Y...66 ) 00 0 :0 SE6000 Y5Y...67 ) :0 / SE6000 ) Under development. SE flanged 6 7

20 Function ype Q Pilot ratio oom lowering control devices oom lowering valves for Loaders Y0Y :0 G/ ; SE-0 asic version with floating feature embedded Y0Y :0 G/ ; SE-0 With electrical by-pass valve for ride-control feature Counterbalance valves for Loaders E H00N : G/ ; SE-0 L E E H00C 0 0 : G/ ; SE-0 L E Pressure control valves Pressure sequence valves 6P G/ 8 9

21 Function ype Q max Q reg Flow control valves -way flow control valves 6F G/8 ; G/ 6F G/ P 6F G/8 ; G/ 6F G/ P 6F G/8 ; G/ 6F G/ P 6F G/8 ; G/ 6F G/ P 0

22 Function ype Q max Q reg Flow control valves -way flow control valves 6F G/8 ; G/ 6F G/ P 6F G/8 ; G/ 6F G/ P P 6FS G/ 6FS G/ 6FS G 6FS G / IN P 6FS G/ 6FS G/ 6FS G 6FS G / IN

23 Function ype Q max Q reg Flow control valves -way flow control valves OU 6FS G/ ; SE- LS IN ccessories for flow control valves 6F...-S Check valves OU 6D700C G/ 6D7005C G/ 6D7006C G IN OU 6D7007C G / 6D7005C G/ 6D7055C SE-. IN 5

24 Short introduction to Flow Sensing valves, e.g. NVD NVD is a highly innovative valve (Directional Control Valve), which paves the way into the world of proportional valves. NVD technology (patented) impressively links constructive simplicity and high functional performance; a simple and compact design, typical of the more traditional open-centre directional valves, it is associated with an extremely precise control, independent from the loading conditions and simultaneous movements. he Flow Sensing principle is efficient if electrically operated. It reaches its maximum potential when used in combination with radio control or electronic control devices. he Flow Sensing principle is based on the equilibrium between the oil flow and the electro-proportional actuation forces, so this direct feedback makes the flow control independent from the simultaneous loads. Short introduction to Electro-proportional Load Sensing directional control valves, e.g. NVS NVS is a compact Load Sensing, electro-proportional actuated, directional control valve; designed to control a maximum flow of 0 L/min. Its architecture is based on the combination of SE 0 DCV cartridges screwed into aluminium bodies. NVS is designed for basic applications where the flow control isn t required under simultaneous movement. ypical applications for NVS are self propelled access platforms or small cranes. Some of their most interesting features are: the light weight, obtained as a result of the aluminium body and the possibility to integrate inside the inlet and end elements any type of valves in order to obtain an hydraulic integrated circuit. n interesting consequence of this type of control is that it isn t affecting the closed loop control of counterbalance valves. So NVD technology doesn t require special and sophisticated types of counterbalance valves. 6 7

25 Function ype Q max Flow sensing valves NVD 0 50 /8 P Spool type Function of work section Description 9 W00 P P Double acting spool, positions, and closed in central position W00 P P Double acting spool, positions, and discharging in central position 5 W00J P P Double acting spool, positions, and partially discharging in central position W00K P P Double acting spool, positions, partially discharging and closed in central position W00Y P P Double acting spool, positions, closed and partially discharging in central position 5 W00 P P Double acting spool, positions, discharging and closed in central position W00 P P Double acting spool, positions, closed and discharging in central position 8 Up to 8 work sections, with or without anti-shock valve, with or without manual override Inlet section with pressure reducing valve Inlet section with or without pre-loading valve L 7 P 6 Spool activated by proportional electro-hydraulic control Proportional electro-hydraulic control Poppet control flow on the section ntishock valve 5 Cap for antishock valve replacement 6 Pre-loading valve 7 Pressure reducing valve 8 General relief valve 9 Electric dump valve 8 9

26 Function ype Q max Electro-proportional load-sensing directional control valve NVS 5 50 G/8 Spool type Function of work section Description 07. Double acting spool, positions, P,, and closed in central position 07. Double acting spool, positions, P closed, and discharging in central position Up to 8 work sections, with or without anti-shock valve, with or without manual override aximum regulated flow 5 L/min (ports /) Option Sections with intergrated flow limitation (e.g. slew) Inlet element with priority flow cartridge 5 Electric dump valve General relief valve Flow compensator SE 0 / directional control valve 5 Load sensing circuit C P 50 5

27 Nem SRL Via F. urati, / 00 Quattro Castella (RE), Loc. Roncolo Italy Phone +9 (0) Fax +9 (0) E-ail D000G000 06/0 IR 5

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