W.e. Anderson We31-Fda03-L1, 3-Way Npt Ball Valve, Double Acting

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Actuators are constructed of anodized and epoxy coated aluminum for years of corrosion free service

Actuators are direct mounted creating a compact assembly for tight spaces

Actuators feature thermal overload protection and permanently lubricated gear train

Also available is the SN solenoid valve to electrically switch the air supply pressure between the air supply ports for opening and closing the valve

Anderson, WE31-FDA03-L1, 3-Way NPT Ball Valve, 1.25in Double Acting, Flow Path E The Series WE31 incorporates a full port 3-way SS ball valve for great flow rates with minimal pressure drop

Electric actuators are available in weatherproof or explosion-proof, a variety of supply voltages and two-position or modulating control

Features Capable of being configured to fit any application Limit switches can be mounted to manual valves for remote monitoring Vented ball to reduce operating torque Weatherproof or explosion-proof electric actuators Double acting or spring return anodized aluminum pneumatic actuators Full port design reduces the pressure drop across the valve

Limit switches are able to be mounted directly to the valves allowing for remote position indication

Spring return pneumatic actuators use the air supply to open the valve, and internally loaded springs return the valve to the closed position

The Series WE31 can be configured with either an electric or pneumatic actuator

The actuator has two supply ports, with one driving the valve open and the other driving the valve closed

The pneumatic double acting actuator uses an air supply to drive the valve open and closed

The valve features a blowout-proof stem for added safety, reinforced PTFE seats and seals for longer life, and a 316 SS ASTM CF8M ball for better performance

Two-position actuators use the supply voltage to drive the valve open or closed, while the modulating actuator accepts a 4 to 20 mA input for valve positioning