ACRODYNE, ACROMATIC ACTUATORS AND SOLENOIDS and SPECIAL FB-BALL VALVES

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This application is to replace older valves on a glandwater cooling system fitted to large pumps at one of Melbourne Water pump stations. The valves were specially made to fit into existing face-to-face dimensions enabling a smooth changeover. Another Andrew Hartley project for Melbourne Water. #water #melbourne #pumpstations #watertreatment #wastewatertreatment #waterindustry #sewagetreatment #flowcontrol #processcontrol #processindustry…

Acrodyne can make your old actuators as good a new

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Alongside building Limitorque electric actuators, we also repair, service and field assist/commission both weather-proof and Explosion-proof hazardous area actuators under AS3800 (Electrical equipment for explosive atmospheres) This actuator has had a routine PM, every aspect of the actuator is inspected, the actuator is then subject to an intense testing regime with our specialized testing equipment…

AUSTRALIAN BUILT LIMITORQUE L120 AND MX ELECTRIC ACTUATORS FOR STIRLING DAM

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Stirling Dam is located east of Harvey WA with construction commencing in the 1940’s, Stirling Dam has a capacity of 50.56 GL. Limitorque products have been used extensively throughout Water Corporation assets spanning more than 50 years, the actuators pictured were made to order in Australia, supported locally by our Bibra Lake based facility and…

Acrodyne Commission Limitorque MX Actuators operating AWMA layflat gates

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We recently commissioned 2 sets of Limitorque MX actuators with multiturn wormgear box fitted to AWMA cable driven layflat gates, the application is flow control providing class C treated water for irrigation. The gates were made in regional Victoria while the actuators were built to order in Melbourne. ACRODYNE, THE AUSTRALIAN ACTUATOR COMPANY. #water #melbourne…

Australian Exd Electric Actuators produced in Bayswater

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Acrodyne has been included as an “Additional Manufacturing Location” on the IECEx Certificate of Conformity. This means we can produce in Australia Limitorque MX and QX electric actuators conforming to the exacting requirements of the IECEx certification—FROM STOCK! In a fast-paced environment where waiting weeks or months for an actuator is not an option, Acrodyne…

What’s A Reasonable Time To Wait?

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It’s an unfortunate fact of life that equipment failure may occur at some point. When that piece of equipment is a critical control element in a water treatment plant or in a hazardous area environment, a solution needs to be fast-tracked. For this very reason, Acrodyne Pty Ltd have introduced a QRC (Quick Response Centre)…

Problem Solved – Portable Actuator Adaption for Melbourne Water

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This is a job Andrew Hartley successfully delivered to Melbourne Water a little while ago, the task was to operate a number of very old and very large gate valves via our portable actuator system. Strict adherence to preserving the integrity of some very old assets was of the utmost importance and to achieve this…

What Is A Fair Lifetime For An Actuator?

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This is a Limitorque model SMA built at the Limitorque UK facility and installed at a major Queensland dam in the late 1960s. The unit was returned to us for evaluation, apart from some minimal wear on the worm gear the actuator received new bearings, seals gaskets, etc., a fresh coat of paint and it…

Free Webinar – Apprenticeships in Manufacturing and Engineering

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Please join us to hear about exciting opportunities and advice on obtaining an apprenticeship or traineeship in Engineering and Manufacturing. We have received a surge in interest from companies (Many in the BBP) looking to engage apprentices in Engineering so looking for as many people to come along and hear about these opportunities and many…

Acrodyne is full steam ahead

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A steam application where the requirement was to operate 2 x valves in exact unison, the solution we came up with was to utilise an AcroGear gearbox with dual outputs. A little bit of creative engineering, design and component fabrication and the end result functioned perfectly. Innovation is one of Acrodyne’s integral values. We will…