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Allvalves Online’s partnership with Sun Yeh reaping benefits for customers

Allvalves are able to assemble and test before same day shipping

Allvalves are able to assemble and test before same day shipping

Allvalves Online has successfully fulfilled its first orders of Sun Yeh Actuators

Allvalves Online has successfully fulfilled its first orders of Sun Yeh Actuators


Allvalves Online, the sole UK distributor for Sun Yeh, has successfully fulfilled first orders of the highly rated Actuators. Sun Yeh, which was founded in 1986, has a long history of providing reliable, certified electric actuators to a wide range of industries.

Allvalves Online began distributing Sun Yeh products in 2013 and has already been able to translate the functionality of Sun Yeh products and Allvalves knowledge of the UK market into significant benefits for its customers. Adam Chapman, of Allvalves Online comments:

‘We have been delighted to work with Sun Yeh to design a bespoke actuation system for a major OEM. The customer has been delighted with the three position 180 degree actuator specified.’

These orders have followed the recent arrival of Sun Yeh products to Allvalves Online’s stock holdings in the UK and Germany. The in-demand products are now available through the same flexible ordering systems and quick lead-times as the rest of the Allvalves range.

Sun Yeh produces a range of linear actuators and high torque output range of rotary products. They also offer the S Series, a mechanical spring return actuator. The actuators aluminium and soon to be released stainless steel housings make them ideal for industrial applications. However it is the flexibility of their products which has seen them win orders for over 25 years.

The products operate a torque range of 35nm – 4,500nm. Unlike some competitors they can be equipped with an adjustable speed board. This allows the operator to control the speed of opening and closing times, for example taking a standard working time of 15 seconds through to 200+ seconds.

Allvalves Online Ltd hopes to announce via its new website next month the arrival of stainless steel housings for the OM series of electric actuators; a very rare offering in the actuator market. We are also launching a range of options for corrosive applications where we can offer IP68 electric actuators with an epoxy coating, for example.

Sun Yeh actuators are CSA approved and ISO certified, presenting the customer with piece of mind that they will operate as specified. Their partnership with Allvalves Online means they are available to the UK market, with optimum flexibility and short lead-times.

Adam Chapman commented:

‘We are working hard to re-establish the Sun Yeh brand not only here in the UK and Ireland but also through Europe via our German office. It is a name that the industry knows and one that it trusts. ’

Allvalves Online
Tel: +44-1386 553190
www.all-valves.co.uk/store


Published: 13th May 2014

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