Screw-in hydraulic cartridge valves were pioneered in the 1970s and quickly adopted by many major manufacturers. Cartridge valves have become popular because they allow quick design of customized hydraulic circuits using a machined manifold block. Manifold blocks can range from two valves to 50 or more and are easily manufactured with little investment using standard equipment and tooling.
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