Single action scotch yoke Pneumatic actuators

Connection flange:UNI EN ISO 5211
Standard:BS EN 15714-3:2009
Accessories connection:NAMUR
Rotation angle: 90°(-8°~+3°)
Working medium:Filter dry compressed air
Air pressure:2.5bar~8bar
Ambient temperature
Normal temperature:-20℃~+80℃
Low temperature:-50℃~+60℃
High temperature:-20℃~+150℃

    Category: Pneumatic actuator


    Single action scotch yoke Pneumatic actuator

    Introducing the Single Action Scotch Yoke Pneumatic Actuator: Your Valve’s Trusty Sidekick!

    Tired of mediocre performance and questionable security in your valve actuation world? Look no further! Say hello to the Single Action Scotch Yoke Pneumatic Actuator – the superhero actuator in a world of generic sidekicks, designed specifically for your butterfly valve and ball valve rescue missions.

    Why choose the Single Action Scotch Yoke Pneumatic Actuator? We’re glad you asked!

    Unrivaled Performance: With a torque range of 13Nm to a staggering 5100Nm, this actuator literally puts your valve’s future in motion. Plus, the smooth 90° (-8° ~+3°) rotation angle ensures your valve experiences its own Cinderella transformation, fit for the royal ball.

    The Perfect Connection: No need for compatibility issues; we’re UNI EN ISO 5211 certified! Your valve and our actuator will be like two peas in a pod, dancing in sync to the harmonious tunes of the NAMUR accessories connection.

    Standards Higher Than Your Ex: Unlike your ex’s questionable life choices, our Single Action Scotch Yoke Pneumatic Actuator abides by BS EN 15714-3:2009 standards, proudly ensuring smooth and safe operation without any drama.

    The Ultimate Chameleon: Whether you’re working with filtered dry compressed air, facing temperature swings from the chilly Arctic (-50℃) to blazing Sahara (+150℃), or withstanding air pressures between 2.5bar and 8bar, this actuator embraces adaptability and thrives under pressure, just like your favorite superhero.

    Built to Last: Durability? Check. Energy efficiency? You bet! Like the mighty tortoise, our Single Action Scotch Yoke Pneumatic Actuator is built to endure the harshest conditions and outlast its competitors, ensuring your valve’s performance stays in top shape – providing you reliability and peace of mind.

    So, say goodbye to lackluster actuators that have let you down in the past. Embrace the future of valve operation with the Single Action Scotch Yoke Pneumatic Actuator – the perfect fusion of power, precision, and performance. Your valves will be eternally grateful, and your productivity will soar like never before.

    Unlock the ultimate valve performance experience and secure your very own Single Action Scotch Yoke Pneumatic Actuator today!

    Connection flange:UNI EN ISO 5211
    Standard:BS EN 15714-3:2009
    Accessories connection:NAMUR
    Rotation angle: 90°(-8°~+3°)
    Working medium:Filter dry compressed air
    Air pressure:2.5bar~8bar
    Ambient temperature
    Normal temperature:-20℃~+80℃
    Low temperature:-50℃~+60℃
    High temperature:-20℃~+150℃

    Output torque double acting

    Model Angle 4bar 5bar 6bar
    Spring Air Spring Air Spring Air
    SA60 24 37 27 49 39 52
    45° 14 13 15 17 22 17
    90° 30 16 33 24 48 20
    SA80 77 112 84 151 123 160
    45° 42 39 47 55 68 55
    90° 90 52 100 78 144 69
    SA100 145 208 182 259 236 294
    45° 110 84 122 121 176 115
    90° 231 122 279 162 370 160
    SA125 241 369 296 466 389 526
    45° 186 149 207 211 300 202
    90° 392 218 475 287 630 285
    SA140 314 577 356 758 516 821
    45° 211 265 239 348 346 377
    90° 491 400 557 557 798 539
    SA180 581 1175 661 1534 951 1683
    45° 430 552 489 721 703 791
    90° 979 770 1112 1083 1602 1032
    SA220 1188 2212 1306 2944 1900 3200
    45° 855 1063 940 1442 1368 1568
    90° 1849 1551 2030 2220 2955 2145



    Single action scotch yoke Pneumatic actuators







    what is scotch yoke Pneumatic actuators?

    Scotch yoke pneumatic actuators are a type of linear motion mechanism used in industrial automation to convert energy from compressed air into linear mechanical force. These actuators use the sliding action of a piston inside a cylinder, which is connected to a scotch yoke mechanism similar to that found in internal combustion engines. The scotch yoke works by converting the rotational motion of the crankshaft into linear movement using an inner and outer slotted armature linked with pins or rollers. In pneumatic actuators, this system provides smooth operation and high repeatability for precise positioning during continuous motion processes such as material transportation, valve actuation, load shifting, and clamping operations.

    Pneumatic actuators are popularly used due to their power efficiency, environmental sustainability (they provide clean functioning without need for lubricants), compact size and low maintenance requirements when compared with other technologies like electric motors. The unique design of Scotch Yoke Pneumatic Actuator allows it to generate higher torque than traditional models making it ideal for applications requiring greater thrusts. Additionally, Scotch Yoke offers superior resistance against shocks or impacts – adding another layer of reliability in dynamic systems where sudden changes can cause disruption in production process.

    What is the difference between scotch yoke and Rack and Pinion actuators?

    Scotch Yoke and Rack and Pinion actuators are both common types of linear actuators. They each have different design features which provide specific advantages, depending on the intended use. A Scotch Yoke is a type of slider-crank mechanism, in which an oscillating arm or ‘yoke’ converts rotational motion to linear motion and back again. This makes it well-suited for applications where cyclic action is desired, such as in industrial valves or combustion engines. The yoke is connected at one end to a pivot point (sometimes called the fulcrum), while the other end connects to a sliding block that moves along a track when energy input is applied.

    In contrast, Rack and Pinion actuators use teeth cut into two gears – one with cylindrical teeth around its circumference (the pinion) and another with straight-cut teeth along its length (the rack). When the pinion gear turns, it engages these teeth in order to convert rotary motion into linear movement along either an inclined surface or flat plane parallel axis. This makes them ideal for slow speed high torque applications like those found in robotics systems due to their ability to precisely control acceleration, deceleration and position accurately over extended periods of time without losing efficiency due to heat build up as seen in most other systems.

    How does a Scotch yoke Pneumatic actuators work?

    A Scotch yoke pneumatic actuator is an effective device used to convert the linear motion of a compressed air cylinder into a rotary motion. It works by using the pressure generated by a pneumatically-driven piston rod connected to the end of the actuator’s shaft, which in turn is controlled through external valves.

    The technology behind this device is quite simple and easy to understand. The actuator consists of two main components: a rotating arm or yoke, which creates rotary motion, and an oscillating piston that moves along a linear path within its casing (similarly to how pistons work inside combustion engines). As the piston moves back and forth from one end of its travel, it pushes against the scotch yoke, causing it to rotate in one direction until it reaches its limit point. Then as the air pressure changes due to valve control, this causes the piston rod to move in the opposite direction and thus reversing its rotation arc up until hitting another limit point on its travel path defined by Pocket Stop Screws. Thus providing linear-to-rotary force conversion with infinitely variable speed control combined with high accuracy movements repeatability even for multi-position applications like industrial robots or CNC machines.

    What valves are Scotch yoke type pneumatic actuators used for?

    Scotch yoke type pneumatic actuators are highly efficient and reliable components of modern industry. They have a wide range of uses across various sectors, such as in the automotive, food and beverage, chemical, mechanical, medical and oil and gas industries.

    Scotch yoke type actuators are essentially valves that convert linear motion into rotational motion to open or close a valve. This is done via the application of pressure via compressed air or other gases passing through it. This pressure is then converted into torque to drive the piston inside the actuator back-and-forth along with its connecting linkage arm known as ‘Yoke’ which contains slots for reciprocating movement by an oval shaped pin against a circular cam plate within the housing casing.

    Ultimately this allows them to control flow in tanks, pipes or vessels by opening different types of valves like ball valves, butterfly valves etc., allowing precise flow control for maintaining desired rates of fluidic material at certain places e.g cooling water being supplied at a constant temperature in steel mills etc., depending on specific industrial requirements and applications. They also make great sense from an economical perspective as they can reduce costs significantly when compared to other traditional means due to their long life span with almost zero maintenance required over time thus providing high efficiency operation with minimal energy loss for larger equations requiring lots of cycling movements at usual operating set points within shorter time frames when compared with other valve solutions available on the market today