Electric Valve Actuator manufacturers


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Electric modulating valve actuator is upgrades of on/off type. Modulating signal is 4-20mA or 0-10V DC, with which can move the valve proportionally. It can control quater-turn valves such as butterfly valve, ball valve and other similar products. It is used for chemical, water treatment, petroleum, shipping, power plant, heating, light industry, paper making, and other industries. General type and explosion-proof type as options.
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• Intelligent remote/local control as option
• ISO 5211 mounting pattern for easy installation of valves
• Manual emergency operation when lost of power
• Visual valve position indicator
• Heavy duty motor with overload protection
• Polyester powder coating for corrosion resistance
• Quarter turn (90°) rotation or 110°~270° customized
• Self-lock function prevents inversion and insure stability and reliability
• High cycle life with low friction bearings on all moving and sliding surfaces

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Torque Range: 50~2000Nm
Model: ODL-005E~ODL-200E, OHQ-005E~OHQ-200E (Explosion proof)
Protection Class: IP67,IP68
Body Material: Aluminium Alloy
Motion Range: 0-90°, 110°~270° customized
Ambient Temperature: -20º C~+70º C
Intelligent type with LCD screen and local control panel
Voltage: 380V/220V/110V AC power or 24V/110V DC

Why choose us?
1. Over the last 14 years, we have developed a comprehensive product line utilizing advanced automated production equipment, and the utmost strict professional testing standards.
2. Instant Response: For any question about our product, please email us, we’ll give you reply within 24 hours.
3. Autorun has achieved several certifications and there are several more in the works.Electric Valve Actuator manufacturers

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