Pressure control valves keep the desired operating pressure in the system at a constant level and are also used for depressurizing the system.
Switching valves divide the flow produced by the high-pressure pump between several water tools either uniformly or according to requirements.
Check valves completely prevent the return flow of water so that the consumer can also be operated far above the pump without accidentally filling the hose with air.
Pressure maintaining valves prevent water from escaping from the connected water tool when in depressurized idle running.
Solenoid valves enable various water tools to be activated or deactivated (e.g. in washing and deburring systems).
Safety valves are used to protect processes and plant components against excessively high operating pressures.
Splitter nozzles reduce wear in pressure control valves.
Corrosion-resistant rotary connections act both as rotating high-pressure sealing elements and also as connections for water tools. Different sealing systems are used depending on the application.
Corrosion-resistant rotary drives set water tools in rotation while also ensuring rotary high-pressure sealing.