Any help appreciated.
I am starting to assemble components for building a hydraulic press. I have purchased this hydraulic pump because it seem to be all set up double action control valve with a foot pedal control built in. It puts out pressure to 10,000 psi.
The cylinder I purchased has a max rating of 3000 psi.
Do I put some kind of pressure relief valve between the two to make sure the pump does not exceed the cylinder's max rating of 3,000 psi?
The pump has a pressure dial, I could just make sure I don't exceed the pressure manually, but though the relief valve would be a better design.