Electric valve actuator

Electric valve actuator


Electric valve actuators are devices used to control the opening and closing of valves in various industrial applications. These actuators convert electrical energy into mechanical motion, enabling precise control over fluid flow in pipelines. They are commonly used in industries such as water treatment, oil and gas, power generation, and chemical processing.


  • Power Supply: Typically available in a range of voltages, including 24V DC, 110V AC, 220V AC, and 380V AC.
  • Torque Range: Varies depending on the model, commonly from 10 Nm to 10,000 Nm.
  • Control Options: On/off control, modulating control, and proportional control.
  • Enclosure Rating: Often rated IP65, IP67, or higher for protection against dust and water ingress.
  • Temperature Range: Operational temperatures can vary, typically from -20°C to +60°C (-4°F to +140°F).
  • Materials: Actuator body and components made from materials such as stainless steel, aluminum, or high-strength plastic.


  • Precision Control: Allows for precise adjustment of valve positions, essential for regulating flow rates in critical applications.
  • Remote Operation: Can be integrated with remote control systems, including SCADA and PLC systems, for centralized monitoring and control.
  • Fail-Safe Options: Some models include fail-safe mechanisms such as battery backup or spring return to ensure valve operation in power loss situations.
  • Durability: Designed to withstand harsh industrial environments, with robust construction and materials.


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