Solid State Electric Actuator Family Welcomes Another Member

GF Piping Systems adds the EA15 electric actuator to its recently introduced Type EA25-250 Electric Actuator Series. The EA15 is ideal for smaller diameter, open/close ball valve applications in chemical processing, refrigeration and water treatment.

Key features in the standard package include:

  • open/close limit switches
  • easy-to-read 7-segment error code display
  • adjustable internal heating element and chemically resistant polyproplyene housing 

An optional fail-safe battery backup is also available.  The EA15 utilizes an ISO 5211 universal mounting pattern and carries certifications for Vibration Testing under EN 60068-2-6, manufacturing under ISO9001 for Quality, and Environmental Management under ISO14001. 

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Designed to operate quarter turn valves, the EA15 actuator delivers a nominal torque of 10 Nm and a peak torque of 20 Nm.  Clearly displayed LED indicators enable fast and easy reading of valve position and actuator status at a glance - whether in low light conditions or from a distance. For more information, specs, and datasheet, go to http://www.gfps.com/country_US/en_US/products/valves/electric-actuators/ea15.html

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