Hand-operated directional control valve BM 70


Connection P + T = G 1/2"; P2 + T2 = G 3/4"; A + B = G 1/2"
Design Monobloc valve for pipeline installation
Scope of supply without hand lever (please order separately)
Operating pressure P, A, B: max. 220bar / T: max. 80bar
Volumetric flow max. 70 l/min (note characteristic curves)


compact design
Integrated non-return valve and pressure relief valve 90-220bar (valve must be set)
spool with control notches for sensitive operation
Up to 6 sections possible.

Article Table

Product Name I mm L mm Design Weight kg
Product Name I mm L mm Design Weight kg
HK BM70 A1 66 117 1 Section (A1) 4,6
HK BM70 L12 66 117 1 Section (L12) 4,6
HK BM70 A1X2 106 157 2 Section (2xA1) 7,0
HK BM70 A1 L12 106 157 2 Section (1xA1; 1xL12) 7,0
HK BM70 A1X3 145 197 3 Section (3xA1) 9,2
HK BM70 A1X2 L12 145 197 3 Section (2xA1; 1xL12) 9,2
HK BM70 A1X4 186 237 4 Section (4xA1) 11,5
HK BM70 A1X5 226 277 5 Section (5xA1) 13,7
HK BM70 A1X6 266 317 6 Section (6xA1) 16,0
For information about actuators and piston types see additional datasheet

Order hints

Please order hand lever separately - 1 lever per section!
The valves are available in the stated basic version. For other possible configurations for actuators and piston types see graphic.
Example configuration HKBM70A1L12:
- Valve type HKBM70
- Section 1 with piston type A and actuator 1
- Section 2 with piston type L and actuator 12


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