Electric Actuators

Electric actuators, also known as electric machines are electromechanical devices that convert electrical energy into mechanical torque. No oil is used which makes it a very clean type of actuator. This is usually enabled through the interaction of magnetic fields and current-carrying conductors to create force. In some cases, electric actuators can also be used as generators to convert mechanical energy into electrical energy.

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Pakscan digital valve control goes wireless

Starting with site trials in 2009, market-leading valve actuation specialist Rotork is extending the capabilities of the globally acknowledged Pakscan...
Valve User Issue 9

New Flowserve Software Simplifies Actuator Configuration, Diagnostics: Flowserve Dashboard Allows Bluetooth® Connectivity with Limitorque MX and QX

Flowserve Corporation has announced the release of Flowserve Limitorque MX/QX dashboard software, a program that allows customers to communicate with ...
Valve User Issue 10

South East Water awards valve actuation framework agreement to Rotork

Rotork’s position as the leading supplier of electric valve actuation products to the UK’s water industry has been further strengthened by the award o...
Valve User Issue 10

Rotork introduces compact electric actuator solution for marine valve applications

The new Rotork ROMpak range of electric actuators has been introduced to offer the marine industry a lightweight, economical and compact solution for ...
Valve User Issue 10