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Does anyone know where I can find a hydraulic 60,000 series valve for a 4 stop Dover Hydro elevator? I have been told that the valves are obsolete and that the replacement parts are no longer available.
-- Rob Stowe (Robs@arizonabiltmore.com), February 17, 2003
That valve is obsolete. We've been replacing them with Maxtons.
-- Mark (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 19, 2003.
Dear Sir, Replcament valves may be found via Linden Specialist in California. They rebuild many currently obsolete valves. You best resolution is to upgrade teh existing valve to a newer style and model. Yes Blaine, EECO, MAxton adn Dover all have solidly constructed valves. Dover (ThyssenKrupp Elevator) being the only supplier of a cast steel valve as opposed to the commonly provided aluminum offerd by others. A valve replacemetn can run you anywhere from 3500.00 to 7500.00 dependent upon who who use for the replacement and which valve you purchase. For my money I place stock in the Dover valve. I have repaired, sold and installed all of the above and for operation vs cost the Dover I-2 series has served me well. Good Luck.
-- James Holder (email@example.com), March 06, 2003.
call linden elevator at 1-800-769-5438 some parts are available through vertx too a gasket kit can be bought through adams elevator. depending on which you have
-- jag (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 28, 2003.
I have found a lot of good information on old valves at www.lindenelevator.com
-- Matt Taylor (email@example.com), January 17, 2004.