On-Off Valves (Instrumentation)

An actuator is a component of machines that are responsible for moving or controlling a mechanism or system.
An actuator requires a control signal and source of energy. The control signal is relatively low energy and maybe electric voltage or current, pneumatic or hydraulic pressure, or even human power. The supplied main energy source may be electric current, hydraulic fluid pressure, or pneumatic pressure. When the control signal is received, the actuator responds by converting the energy into mechanical motion.

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Body :

The aluminum body is inside and outside coated with hard anodizing, with extreme abrasion resistance, low surface roughness, and optimal resistance.

Pinion :

Carbon steel shaft electroless nickel plated against external and internal corrosion. Anti-blowout design.

Adjustment Stroke :

External stroke adjustment for 5 degrees regulation, placed on the opposite side of Namur connection for better manipulation when the solenoid valve is assembled.

Pistons :

Pistons are coated with special treatment for corrosion resistance. A backslash is avoided by a special tooth machining. The Pistons have a 3-way guide for low friction between body and pistons. The pistons are also provided with an integral guide machined between pistons and pinion.

Position Indicator :

Multi-function indicator suitable for mechanical or inductive switches is a standard feature. Many different combinations without the need to buy external indicators.

Springs :

Pre-stressed springs offer more torque and different options for their positioning. This system allows us to easily fit the necessary torque to close or open the valve, offering a total safety replacement and manipulation.

End Caps :

Different end caps for double or single acting for fast and safety identification without the need to read the label. End caps are epoxy coated as standard protecting them against environmental corrosion.