Australia water pump station enhances efficiency with reservoir-applied actuator
The Telarah Water Pump Station in Australia has recently installed a new actuator as part of a six-stage water supply system upgrade managed by Hunter Water.
|Jarrod Bux, a representative of SIPOS' Australian distributor, carries out an inspection of its actuator at Telarah WPS.|
Supplied by SIPOS Aktorik, a global electric actuator manufacturer, the Automatic Inlet Control Valve (AICV) for reservoir applications is improving operations at the pump station.
"With SIPOS actuators, we are providing 'set and forget' actuation technology, which features single phase inverter capability for ON/OFF modulating duty," said Weyand Magnaye of Barron GJM, representing SIPOS' distributor for Australia.
"Since the advent of batteries with increased capability, UPS systems and inverter driven actuators from SIPOS, we have been able to provide a straightforward and sophisticated option that is also a much more cost-effective solution," he said.
SIPOS also provides the Emergency Inlet Control Valve (EICV) for other reservoir applications. The company confirms that with restricted space in reservoir pits, budgets at a premium and valves playing a critical role in water distribution, this EICV/AICV option is an effective solution.
About SIPOS Aktorik
SIPOS Aktorik manufactures and supplies electric actuators for industrial valve applications. Specializes in variable speed technology which addresses water hammer and makes products popular for water industry applications. For more information, visit www.sipos.de.