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Ro­tork’s CMA range ex­pands for im­proved con­trol valve au­to­ma­tion

Oil & Gas Middle East - - PRODUCTS & SERVICES -

1 VER­SA­TIL­ITY

The new ac­tu­a­tor has a max­i­mum 4,500 lbf (20 kn) seat­ing thrust. New sizes in­crease CMA range mod­u­lat­ing thrust per­for­mance to 3,000 lbf (13 kn) with a 114.3 mm (4.5”) stroke length to au­to­mate larger valves with higher pres­sure rat­ings. The CMA and larger CVA ranges mean Ro­tork’s elec­tri­cal con­trol valve ac­tu­a­tion tech can be ap­plied to process con­trol ap­pli­ca­tions of al­most any de­scrip­tion.

2 RO­BUST DURA­BIL­ITY

CMAS are ro­bust enough to han­dle ex­treme tem­per­a­ture swings, cor­ro­sive en­vi­ron­ments and are avail­able for ex­plo­sion-proof ar­eas. The CML-1500 and CML-3000 mod­els, in­clud­ing those with haz­ardous area ap­provals, are wa­ter­tight to IP68 for tem­po­rary sub­mer­sion (7 me­tres, 72 hours). The op­tional Re­serve Power Pack (RPP) uses su­per­ca­pac­i­tors to pro­vide the ac­tu­a­tor with enough stored en­ergy to per­form pre­de­ter­mined ac­tion on mains power fail­ure.

3 LOW POWER CON­SUMP­TION

The CMA is a low power con­sump­tion so­lu­tion (less than 1 Watt at standby) for au­to­ma­tion in es­tab­lished or re­mote in­stal­la­tions such as oil in­stal­la­tions and off­shore fa­cil­i­ties where there are pneu­matic lim­i­ta­tions. The de­sign al­lows for so­lar pow­ered and bat­tery back-up sup­plies in re­mote lo­ca­tions where elec­tric en­ergy con­sump­tion is a con­cern and power is of­ten pro­vided through so­lar col­lec­tion for the op­er­a­tion of re­mote au­to­mated crit­i­cal sys­tems such as well­heads.

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