Neles™ offers a wide range of high-performing pneumatic, electric and manual actuators designed to maximize cycle life and improve process efficiency. The Neles™ B series piston type, N1 series scotch yoke and Jamesbury™ Quadra-Powr™ X spring-diaphragm actuators are solutions that provide exceptionally smooth and reliable actuation for 90° rotary valves. Our complete line of compact and reliable VALVCON™ electric actuators provides accurate, electronically controlled positioning of valves and dampers for process industries.
Neles™ double acting and spring return quarter-turn actuators are designed for use both in modulating control and on-off service. These actuators offer an extremely long cycle life and are well suited for almost any type of rotary valve.
Neles™ is a leading designer and provider of actuators for a wide variety of process and flow control applications. Our complete line of compact and reliable VALVCON™ electric actuators provides accurate, electronically controlled positioning of valves and dampers for the wide range of the process industries.
The Neles™ quarter-turn manual gear actuators has been engineered to meet the requirements of demanding industrial environments. Rugged construction and high performance axial bearings enables smooth and accurate operation.
Automated process valves actuated by pneumatic actuators always need pneumatic and/or electro-pneumatic instrumentation components to build up the specific functionalities required for each application. Typically, these instrumentation components are mounted all around the actuator. The number of instrumentation components available in the market is huge. Additionally, even the most common functionalities can be built in many different ways.
Many requirements for our products come from international standards and from customer specifications. The standards and specifications usually require demanding tests and a deep understanding of related issues. The primary focus of these requirements are safety, the environment and operational performance. The design and set-up for all this testing requires the development of unique and specialized equipment, as well as deep knowledge of process automation and data acquisition.
When considering control performance in a modern process plant, it is easy to get confused by the complexity of it all. The control system is usually the part plant owners concentrate on most. However, one should not forget that the last control element – the control valve – sets the baseline for accurate control.