Electric Actuator for Ball Valve Butterfly Valve, an embodiment of our unwavering dedication to superior quality, technical precision, and industry-leading expertise. This sophisticated valve electric actuator is designed with the sole purpose of converting electric power into mechanical motion, ensuring flawless control over valve positioning in a wide range of industrial applications.

Our Electric Actuator for Ball Valve Butterfly Valve exemplifies top-notch performance and robust construction. It houses a high-efficiency electric motor, meticulously engineered to transform electrical energy into mechanical torque with minimal energy wastage. The motor works in perfect harmony with a sturdy gearing system to optimize torque output and ensure smooth, dependable operation.


FAQs

Which valves are electric actuators used for?

Introducing the Electric Actuator: A powerful control device with two versatile types – switch and regulating. Ideal for quarter-turn valves like butterfly valves and ball valves.

What types of electric actuators are there?

Introducing two types of electric actuators for your consideration. The first type is the POE series, offering a compact design and a torque range of 50-2000NM. It comes in two options: switch control and adjustment control.

The second type is the POQ series, specifically designed for explosion-proof environments and offers remote and local control capabilities. With a torque range of 50-20000NM, this series boasts a powerful set of functions that can be expanded as per your requirements.

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What are the explosion-proof levels of electric actuators?

Electric actuators are designed to operate in explosive atmospheres and reduce the risk of combustion or explosion. They are commonly used in hazardous environments such as gas, chemical, oil and petrol industries.

The different categories of explosive protection available range from flameproof enclosures (Ex d) suited to Zone 1 (where most common gas or vapour mixtures may exist), through increased safety (Ex e) for Zones 2 & 22, intrinsic safety (Ex i) suitable mainly for Zone 0/20 applications with very low energy sources, up to pressurization / purging systems types Ex p & Ex n suitable for Zone 2 applications where pressure increases could lead towards autoignition temperatures being reached inside the equipment enclosure.

What voltages do electric actuators have?

Valve electric actuator are a type of electric motor that’s used to control robotic or automated systems. These motors are often powered by standard voltages, such as 24V DC or 110/220 AC. Some electric actuators also come with custom voltage inputs, which can range anywhere from 3 volts up to 480 volts