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F Series Pneumatic Valve Actuators

The Assured Automation F Series pneumatic actuators offer a simple and cost effective solution for your valve automation needs. For use on quarter turn (90 degree) ball valves, plug valves, dampers, and resilient seated butterfly valves.

These are rack and pinion style actuators which have even torque output through the entire 90° rotation of the stroke.

 

Rack and Pinion Design

Rack and Pinion Actuator Design

Features & Benefits

  • Up to 1 Million Cycles
  • Double Acting and Spring Return models
  • Direct mounting to ball and butterfly valves
  • Multiple ISO drillings on each actuator
  • NAMUR DVI/DVE 3845, DIN 3337, ISO 5211
  • NAMUR Solenoid and Limit Switch Mounting
  • Removable drive insert for diamond or square config
  • Visual Position Indicator (Open/Closed)

Typical Applications

  • Ball valves
  • Plug valves
  • Resilient seated butterfly valves
  • Dampers

Accessories

Specifications

Materials
  • Housing & End Caps: Chromated aluminum with dual component polyurethane coating
  • Mounting/Shaft: High Grade Aluminum
Direct Mount Connections
  • ISO 5211
  • Female drive shaft connection
Service Life
  • up to 1 million cycles
Temperature Range: (with dry air as control media)
  • BUNA (standard)
    -4°F to 175°F
  • Viton® (special order)
    -20°F to 248°F
  • Silcone (special order)
    -40°F to 176°F
Supply Pressure:
  • 40-120psi (spring return)
  • 20-120psi (double acting)
Torque Output:
  • up to 40,000 in/lbs. (with 80 psi control supply)
Control Media:
  • Dry, filtered compressed air, not necessarily lubricated. Any lubrication used must be NBR compatible.
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