Electric Actuators Articles

  • Macallen Engine Overhaul Facility Case Study

    The Problem General Electric's Macallen facility overhauls Aviation engines. Some of the operations require welding, grinding, and deburring of parts. To ensure the workers well being, GE set forth requirements of a custom downdraft table. DiversiTech travelled to McAllen, Texas to meet with the project representatives to better understand their needs and propose the right solution. ...

    By Diversitech

  • New Discoveries of Sanitary Fittings

    Design The latest sanitary fittings feature cutting-edge technological concepts meant to curb bacterium and ...

    By Adamant Valves

  • Developments in electric actuation for process control

    Actuators are among the most universal process control system elements used in today’s industrial processes. Advancements in DC motor technology which have removed restrictions on modulation rates have created a comprehensive market for electric actuation in new areas, where the benefits and economies associated with electrical operation have not been previously ...

    By Rotork plc

  • Innovative flow control technology supports Australia’s programme for clean LNG

    Sector: Oil & Gas Category: Electric Actuators, Fluid Power Actuators, Control Networks, Services Products: CVA, IQ3 Standard, Skilmatic, EH, GO, CP, GP, HART Rotork flow control products have been selected for applications throughout the giant Queensland coal seam gas-to-LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) projects in Australia. To date, ...

    By Rotork plc

  • Rotork, Redefining Flow Control

    In 2010, when the well known international actuator manufacturer Rotork had its last cover story in Valve World magazine, the focus was on the company’s German office in Melle and the plans and developments for that location. In Rotork’s 2012 cover story, we shifted the focus to the Head Office in Bath, UK, and spoke to Mr. Richard Hudd, Marketing Director for Rotork Fluid Systems, ...

    By Rotork plc

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