1⁄4”- 1 ” (DN8-DN25)
1035 bar (15,000 psi)
• 3 pieces • High Pressure Cone & Thread / Threaded / Weld end connections • Double body sealing • High cycle fugitive emission fire-safe HermetiX stem seal • Actuator ready with ISO plate
The COMPACT actuator is a quarter-turn rack & pinion pneumatic actuator that doubles the torque and cut by half the piston travel of standard pneumatic actuators.
The superior performance is achieved by Habonim’s patented four piston design, which generates torque around a centrally located piston, this translates into:
• Double the power for the same size actuator or Half the size for the same amount of power
• Much faster opening and closing time.
A full range of Mounting Kits is available, allowing optimized mounting and use of the COMPACT actuator for valve automation with Habonim’s valves and simple integration with valves that have a standard ISO-plate mounting interface.
Valve Automation Packages is offered based on Habonim’s standard and costume made valves and actuators or as costume made packages with valves, actuators and top-works per customer requests.
Ammonia services ball valve (M):
Habonim’s ammonia service ball valves are suited to provide optimal protection and functionality for use in severe ammonia service applications.
Oxygen services ball valve (O):
Habonim’s ball valves for oxygen service are suited to be used with both liquid and gaseous oxygen, cleaned and assembled with required measures for a safe use in oxygen service equipment and avoid valve contamination to the media purity.
Chlorine services ball valve (K):
Habonim’s ball valves for chlorine service are designed for use with chlorine, cleaned and assembled with required measures for a safe use in chlorine service equipment and avoid valve contamination to the media purity.
Hydrogen Service Ball Valves (H):
Hydrogen light atomic weight and molecule structure turning hydrogen-use equipment sealing into a challenge requires special designs, mechanisms and expertise. Hydrogen is highly combustion and flammable making leakage prevention an essence for safety and integrity of systems and materials selection should consider hydrogen effects as Hydrogen Embrittlement (HE).