When Turning

When the steering main shaft is turned in either direction, the control valve also moves, closing one of the fluid passages. The other passage then opens wider, causing a change in fluid flow volume and, at the same time, pressure is created. Consequently, a pressure difference occurs between both sides of the piston and the piston moves in the direction of the lower pressure so that the fluid in the cylinder is forced back to the pump through the control valve.

Power Cylinder

Cylinder Piston

Power Cylinder

Cylinder Piston

Reservoir Tank

Intermediate Shaft

Reservoir Tank

Intermediate Shaft

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