POE-50/60 series Electric actuator 500NM 600NM
POE-50/60 Series Electric Actuator, expertly designed to deliver exceptional precision and reliability in a wide range of industrial and commercial applications. These cutting-edge electric actuators offer robust torque outputs of 500 Newton meters (NM) and 600 Newton meters (NM), ensuring efficient and accurate control over your valve operations.
Our POE-50/60 Series Electric Actuators feature a robust and compact design, skillfully engineered using top-quality materials for enhanced durability and long service life. The actuators’ advanced motor technology delivers consistent and reliable performance, even under demanding operating conditions, making them ideal for use with various types of valves, including ball, butterfly, and plug valves.
Available in multiple voltage options and control configurations, our POE-50/60 Series Electric Actuator ball valve can be customized to meet your specific process requirements. The actuators offer user-friendly features such as adjustable travel limits, visual position indicators, and manual override capabilities, ensuring seamless integration into your system and ease of operation.
With their versatility, the POE-50/60 Series Electric valve Actuator are perfect for applications in industries such as water treatment, chemical processing, HVAC, and more. Experience the benefits of enhanced valve control and enjoy the advantages of a reliable, efficient, and long-lasting solution.
Trust in the expertise of our dedicated team, who are always available to provide technical support and guidance in selecting the right actuator for your needs. Choose our POE-50/60 Series Electric Actuators today and ensure the optimal performance of your processes for years to come.
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What is an electric valve actuator？
An electric valve actuator is an automated device used to control a valve in a process system. It works by converting electrical energy into mechanical torque, allowing the user to remote-control the opening and closing of valves with minimal effort.
Electric actuators come in all shapes and sizes depending on their intended purpose, ranging from miniature electric motors for domestic applications such as home or small business automation systems, up to industrial-grade linear and rotary actuators for larger operations such as factories or power plants. They can be powered either by mains electricity supply (AC) or batteries (DC). Their components typically include an electric motor, encoder, gearbox or other type of transmission mechanism, limit switches, springs and/or dampers.
When it comes to operation types there are two main categories: on/off control where the actuation is either fully open or fully closed; dimming modes where intermediate positions between fully open and closed can be set using a proportional controller; which allows for more precise regulation of flow rates in processes involving liquids materials like paint pigments etc., This type of control mode makes it possible to achieve accurate repeatability even after multiple cycles were performed.
Generally speaking an Electric Valve Actuator is designed with safety being paramount – providing safe reliable performance over extended periods under harsh environmental conditions while still maintaining its accuracy within specified tolerances. This makes them ideal for applications that require high levels of precision such as those found within medical equipment industries where excellent reliability is essential due to the hazardous nature of many substances they involve handling.
In short Electric Valve Actuators are electromechanically controlled devices suitable for all kinds of industrial fluid management applications with advantages over traditional manual valves including material cost savings from reduced labour costs associated with manual operations that generally require frequent updating in order to ensure optimal functioning parameters during operation periods due their wear & tear resistance under extreme pressure & temperatures variations compared with traditional manually operated ones plus much faster response times making these devices particularly useful when speed is essential in critical installations such as those found within aerospace engineering industry amongst others!
Valve actuator types
Valve actuators are an essential component of any industrial system, providing the means to control and automate fluid movement. There are several different types of valve actuators available, each offering unique advantages depending on the requirements of a given application.
The most common types of valve actuators include pneumatic, hydraulic, electric, solenoid-operated and manual valves. Pneumatic valve actuators work by converting air pressure into rotary motion to operate the valves. They provide reliable operation with minimal power consumption and can be used in applications where tight shutoff is required due to their precise control capabilities.
Hydraulic valve actuators use pressurized oil or other fluid to rotate a shaft linked to a stem that moves the valve’s internal components for opening or closing it. Likewise, electric motor-driven devices will provide quick open/close action and can be operated remotely with switches and timers for precise operation in hazardous environments like petrochemical plants. Solenoid-actuated valves require electricity but little physical manipulation; these utilize small electrical coils positioned around the spindle that move when energized through electromagnetic force rather than mechanical means such as levers or cables connected to handwheels like manual ones do.
Lastly, manual valves employ levers or wheels attached directly onto stems allowing operators greater direct control over them if necessary for special situations; although this comes at the cost of losing remote operation potentiality such as most other kinds possess though many times they will have pneumatic override capability built-in so both manual input capability combined with automated actions is possible from one device!
How does an electric actuator work?
Can electric actuators be used to control butterfly valves and ball valves?
Absolutely! Electric actuators are a great choice for controlling valves of all sizes, including butterfly and ball valves. They provide precise control, can be operated remotely, and offer several advantages over manual or mechanical actuators.
Electric actuators work by converting electrical power into mechanical motion using an electric motor that is connected to the valve stem or spindle. This allows you to precisely control the position of the valve from any location with access to a power source. Depending on your application and requirements, electric actuators are available in both AC (alternating current) and DC (direct current) models as well as different types of motors such as stepper motors or servo motors.