Directional Valves

LS10-41 — Inverted Load Shuttle
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LS10-41 Valve

LS10-41 Valve symbol

A screw-in, cartridge-style inverted shuttle valve, which can be used to help protect
against brake or steering failure in the event of loss of pressure in either one of two

If one accumulator fails, the LS10-41 will shift over to protect the good one. All ports
are connected in neutral. When pressure at one of the two load ports exceeds the other,
the poppets shuttle to allow bi-directional flow between other two ports. Typical applications
include braking and steering circuits.
Note: Port 1 should be blocked.

• Hardened work surfaces.
• Industry-common cavity.

Operating Pressure: 241 bar (3500 psi)
Flow: Up to 15 lpm (4 gpm)
Internal Leakage: 0.15 cc/minute (3 drops/minute)
Temperature: -40 to 100°C (-40 to 212°F) with Buna seals;
   -26 to 204°C (-15 to 400°F) with fluorocarbon seals
Filtration: Recommend 25 nominal or better; See page 9.010.1
Fluids: Mineral-based or synthetics with lubricating properties at viscosities of
   7.4 to 420 cSt (50 to 2000 sus); See Temperature and Oil Viscosity, page 9.060.1
Installation: No restrictions; See page 9.020.1
Cavity: VC10-4; See page 9.110.1_4w
Cavity Tool: CT10-4xx; See page 8.600.1
Seal Kit: SK10-4x-TBx; See page 8.650.1


LS10-41 Application


LS10-41 Valve Performance Chart
LS10-41 Valve Dimensions


Cartridge: Weight: 0.1 kg (0.22 lb);
Steel with Zinc-plated exposed surfaces. Buna N O-rings and polyester elastomer back-ups standard.

Standard Ported Body: Weight:
0.34 kg (0.75 lb); Anodized high-strength aluminum alloy, rated to 207 bar
(3000 psi). Ductile iron bodies available; dimensions may differ.
See page 8.010.1_4w

LS10-41 Ordering Chart

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