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Danfoss PVG 100 Proportional Valves

Danfoss PVG 100 Proportional Valves

Danfoss PVG 100 is a load independent proportional valve with flow up to 180 l/min [48 gpm] and pressures up to 350 bar [5076 psi]. It offers equitable flow sharing for precise control of multiple machine functions under varying load conditions and pressure requirements.

Building on the modular, flexible, and proven Danfoss load-sensing proportional valve concept, PVG 100 offers easy, fast configuration, thereby helping vehicle designers meet tight time-to-market deadlines. The new valve is positioned between the existing Danfoss PVG 32 and PVG 120 with flows up to 130 l/min [34.4 gal/min] and 240 l/min [63.4 gal/min] respectively.

Danfoss PVG 100 optimizes system design for engineers who must incorporate new emissions restrictions by providing a more efficient hydraulic system that maximizes power and conserves energy. Typical applications include backhoes, telehandlers, wheel loaders, forklifts, and forestry equipment.


  • Flow sharing for maximum controllability and safety. All sections will continue to function regardless of load differences and pump flow.
  • Load-independent flow control for smooth operation and improved productivity.
  • Load-sensing technology for higher efficiency, safety, reduced energy consumption, and longer system lifetime.
  • Configurable as advanced electrically controlled proportional valve as well as load-sensing directional control valve.
  • Modular design providing a wide range of configuration possibilities.
  • Up to eight different sections per valve group. Maximum flow per section: 180 l/min [48 gpm].
  • Can be configured in combination with our range of HIC hybrid modules and/or PVG 32 for maximum flexibility.
  • Mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical actuation options.
Please call Neilson Hydraulics on 01709 821 002 to enquire about the Danfoss PVG 100 Proportional Valves or email

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  • Manufactured by: Danfoss Power Solutions

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 16 April, 2015.

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