Product News: Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment
Self-Powered Valve Actuator operates in remote locations.
Press Release Summary:
September 27, 2012 - Comprising Series 94 quarter-turn electric actuator with self-powered battery and open/close timer mounted to ball or butterfly valve, Quarter Master Remote Cycle™ is intended for remote areas where power sources are limited or unavailable. System features NEMA 4X engineered resin enclosure with stainless steel trim, on/off switch, adjustable open and interval times via dip switches, and manual override. Once fully charged, 12 Vdc rechargeableÂ battery can cycle 1,100 times.
Original Press Release
Asahi/America Introduces Self-Powered Actuation for Remote Locations
Press release date: September 19, 2012
Asahi’s QM Remote Cycle™ features a NEMA 4X engineered resin enclosure with stainless steel trim, on/off switch, adjustable open and interval times via dip switches, and manual override. The QM Remote Cycle’s™ 12vdc rechargeable battery can cycle 1100 times, once fully charged.
The QM Remote Cycle™ and Series 94 quarter-turn actuator can be mounted to Asahi/America Type-57 butterfly valves (sizes 1 1/2” – 4”), and Type-21 ball valves (sizes 1/2" – 2”).
Asahi/America’s QM Remote Cycle™ unit provides continuous and reliable cycling in remote mining, chemical, water and wastewater applications.
Asahi/America, Inc. specializes in providing solutions for fluid handling systems, individualized to meet virtually any customer’s need. Asahi is a leading manufacturer of corrosion resistant thermoplastic fluid handling products, including valves, actuators, pipe and fittings, controls and flow instrumentation.
The company maintains an extensive custom fabrication department, and provides on-site consultation, supervision and training where required.
For more information contact: Asahi/America, Inc., 35 Green Street, Malden, MA 02148. Call toll free 800-343-3618 or 781-321-5409. Fax 800-426-7058. Send an email to email@example.com or visit Asahi on the Internet at www.asahi-america.com .