40R 90 Degree Actuator (Europe/Asia)

The Flowserve Norbro actuator is recognised as the leading name in the quarter turn pneumatic actuator market. Designed for high performance and reliability using the unique guide rod design, the Flowserve Norbro can be used in a wide range of application

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  • Brands:
    Norbro
  • Industries:
    Pharmaceuticals, Polymers, General Industries, Auxiliary, Caustic and Chlor-Alkali, Construction, Cryogenic, Electronics, Acid Transfer, Food Processing, Agriculture, Fire Protection - General Industry, HVACI, Waste Processing, Solvents, Slurry Processing, OEM

The Flowserve Norbro actuator is recognised as the leading name in the quarter turn pneumatic actuator market. Designed for high performance and reliability using the unique guide rod design, the Flowserve Norbro can be used in a wide range of applications.

The actuator is also designed for safety and ease of maintenance using features such as anti-blow out pinion and long end cap screws to release spring energy.

With eleven sizes in the range the torque outut can be closely matched to the required valve torque to provide a competive actuated package

Features

  • Unique guide rod design for long life
  • Double acting and spring return in same body size
  • Anti-blow out pinion
  • Namur (VDI/VDE) solenoid and top mounting
  • ISO mounting platform
  • Large size range

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Norbro 40R 90 Degree Actuator (Europe/Asia) User Instructions (IOM)

Norbo 40R 90 Degree Actuator (Europe/Asia) User Instructions: Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual (IOM)

Norbro 40R 90 Degree Actuator Brochure

Norbro 40R 90 Degree Actuator brochure

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