ELECTROMECHANICAL LINEAR ACTUATOR

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Electric actuators valves are those which, in response to a signal, automatically move to a desired position using an outside power source. Single-phase or three-phase AC or DC motors drive a combination of gears to generate the desired torque level. There are two basic types of electric actuators: rotary and linear. Each type of actuator uses special actuator valves. Rotary actuators use ball, plug, and butterfly valves that rotate a quarter-turn or more from open to close. Linear actuators use gate, globe, diaphragm, pinch, and angle valves that feature a sliding stem that opens or closes the valve. Rotary are used in the power industry, high-power switching gears, and packaging applications. Linear are well-suited for operating in tight tolerances. The electromechanical linear are the best packaged solution for your linear actuation needs. With capacities ranging from 100 lbs to 100 tons, no one offers a greater selection of both AC and DC models. This extensive line of models is designed to meet the requirements of the most challenging applications. Benefiting from the latest in advanced design techniques, manufacturing methods, and over three decades of electromechanical product experience, Electromechanical last longer and run smoother with minimal maintenance and no headaches. Actuator ball electric valve are quarter-turn, straight through flow valves that have a round closure element with matching rounded seats that permit uniform sealing stress. ball electric valve are used in situations where tight shut-off is required. The type of seat can vary with the valve pressure rating and materials of construction. Some valve seats are composed of single molded forms, while other seats with higher-pressure ratings often incorporate a trunnion design where each face of the ball is separately sealed. They are wide duty valves, able to transfer gases, liquids and liquids with suspended solids (slurries). HSI offers a complete family of linear motors. The HSI line of linear motor provides both a broader range and, for a given size, significantly higher thrust than previously available from mini-steppers. In the can stack product line; five basic frame sizes are available, Ø 15 mm (.59"), Ø 20 mm (.79"), Ø 26 mm (1"), Ø 36 mm (1.4") and Ø 46 mm (1.8"). In the hybrid product line; 5 basic frame sizes are available, 28 mm (1.1"), 35 mm (1.4"), 43 mm (1.7"), 57 mm (2.3")and 87 mm (3.4"). The motors incorporate a threaded rotor in conjunction with a shaft to provide rapid linear movement in two directions (inward and outward). Available step increments vary with the motor frame sizes and are dependent on the basic step angle of the motor and the lead screw pitch. electro linear motion motor provides linear motion via a motor-driven ball screw, lead screw, or acme screw assembly. The load is attached to the end of the screw and is unsupported. Acme screws are lead screws with matching threads on both the screw and nut. Ball screws are lead screw and ball nut combinations that enable the balls in the nut to circulate when the is in motion. electro linear motion motor has belt drives, geared drives, and direct drives are also available. Belt drives connect the motor to the with a belt. Geared drives connect the motor to the with a set of gears. With direct drives, the motor is connected directly to the electric linear actuator.