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09/10/2012
New hydraulic actuator series The new CHA hydraulic actuator series accepts supply pressures of as much as 6,000 psi. Improved safety features include: • Quick-disconnect design enables removal of the actuator from the bonnet within the valve operating stroke, without depressurizing the valve and releasing hydrocarbons. • Dual-coil spring package is capable of shearing standard 7⁄32 in. braided cable, allowing valve closure. • A captured spring design prevents release of the preloaded spring during repair or actuator removal. • Top access rising stem provides a visual confirmation of the valve's position and an interface for the use of safety-related accessories. The series offers two lar...
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