Product Focus: Electric actuators

Nov. 26, 2021
Hayward Flow Control recently introduced the latest expansion of its HRS family of quarter-turn Electric Actuators.

Hayward Flow Control recently introduced the latest expansion of its HRS family of quarter-turn Electric Actuators. Designed for use in hazardous locations, the new HXB/C Series are ATEX/IECEx-certified, expanding the range of applications that the HRS Series can service. The HXB/C Series covers a wide range of torques outputs from 310"lbs (35Nm) to 20,350"lbs (2300Nm). Voltages offered are 24vac/vdc, 120vac and 230vac and 220v, 380v and 480v 3 phase. All units are available with on/off or proportional control (2-10 vdc / 4-20mA inputs and outputs). 3 Phase also available with standard control for use with existing motor control center installations. All HXB/C Series have full certification by DNV (Det Norske Veritas) and carry the CE mark. Typical applications or installations include but are not limited to waste water and water treatment, chemical transfer and processing, mining and mineral processing, HVAC, pulp and paper, marine and other demanding environments requiring ATEX Certification.

 Hayward Flow Control

www.haywardflowcontrol.com

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