Asepco.com

Give Us a Call

Actuators

ASEPCO Actuators — Rugged, reliable, and easily field-servicable

Asepco Actuator Family

 

If you can fasten a tri-clamp, you can easily assemble and disassemble any ASEPCO valve for inspection or maintenance, and you can do so without tools!

  • All ASEPCO actuators are machined out of solid stainless bar stock—not fabricated.
  • We seal the inner works with PTFE bushings and O-rings.
  • Each actuator has a visual position indicator.

divider bar
Our actuators fit into four categories, and each of these categories has different options. Download our data sheets or call us to find out more about the features and options of our actuators.

Weirless Radial-diaphragm Tank Valve (90°)
Manual Actuators

Options: Colored handles, remote handles, extension handle for remote operation, 4-inch grand handle, stainless steel handle, and lock-out

Weirless Radial-Diaphragm Inline Valve (180°)
Manual Actuators

Options: Colored handles

Inside our one-inch and larger manual actuators, we use two sets of stainless steel thrust bearings in nylon cages, because lab tests showed us that the valves would maintain a more stable position with smoother operation over the years than if we left the bearings out.

Weirless Radial-diaphragm Tank Valve (90°)
Pneumatic Actuators

Options: Switches, solenoids, regulators, dual-acting positioners, pneumatic piping, and fail open or closed

Weirless Radial-Diaphragm Inline Valve (180°)
Pneumatic Actuators

Options: Switches, solenoids, regulators, dual-acting positioners, pneumatic piping, and fail open or closed

For ease of use we use the same 1/8-inch NPT fitting for the air connection on all our pneumatic actuators. That means you can autoclave these and not worry about lubrication. These machines are so well made they don’t need grease! We can instrument the actuator any way you need it; fail open or closed, switched, and with or without solenoids and Devicenet cards. We chose this approach even though it is more expensive and economizing here would have been “invisible.”