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Hygienic actuator for automation of rotary valves

28 September 2020

Bürkert has released a stainless steel hygienic rotary actuator for automated control of hygienic applications with ball and butterfly valves. 

The Type 2053 actuator features ISO 5211 mounting which allows it to be retrofitted to most rotary valves and it can be specified with an integrated rotary valve positioner. 

The actuator can be specified with a Bürkert Element control head from the on/off to the modulating process control, enabling the actuator to be used as any part of a decentralised automation solution. Communication takes place over Bürkert Systembus (büS), based on the CANopen protocol, with support for PROFINET, PROFIbus, Ethernet and Modbus/TCP. 

In addition to the welded stainless-steel housing, which is free of corners or edges, hygiene is further assured through the internal pilot air duct. As the Element mounting system removes the need for external tubing between the actuator and control head, hygiene is maximised through the crevice-free, washable design. 

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