Valworx Releases New Product Line: Explosion-Proof Electric Actuators - Digital Journal

2022-09-24 05:52:17 By : Ms. Candice Ma

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Valworx announced today the release of its new line of explosion-proof electric actuators. Valworx explosion-proof electric actuators are certified to UL Class I Div I and ATEX standards, and are typically used in applications where explosive gases may be present. Valworx explosion-proof electric actuators are available in On/Off & EPS Positioning units, 24VDC & 110VAC.

• UL C1/ D1 + ATEX + IECEx Explosion-Proof rated

• CSA listed per UL429 and CSA C22.2 

• Quarter turn (90°) operation with mechanical travel stops

• Type 4X/IP67 weatherproof aluminum alloy enclosure

• Highly visual dial-style valve position indicator

• Heavy-duty motor with overload protection, 70% duty cycle

Valworx explosion-proof electric actuators are available for immediate sale. Valworx has also released wafer and lug ductile iron butterfly valves with explosion-proof actuation and will soon be expanding their explosion-proof line to include flange valves and other stainless steel valves. All Valworx products are fully tested prior to shipment to ensure trouble-free operation. Orders received before 3 p.m. ET usually ship on the same day.

Established in 1991, Valworx is a leading manufacturer and distributor of actuated valves and controls. Orders purchased over $99 ship free anywhere in the contiguous United States. The company offers 24/7 online ordering and free lifetime technical support. Valworx actuated valves and accessories come with a full, one-year warranty and a 60-day return policy.

Caroline Crowe Phone: 704-987-9803 Email: [email protected]

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