Bettis Electric Actuators

Angus Measurement Services stocks Bettis Electric Actuators, AC to DC models, XP and Modulating;  We do in-house assembly of Bettis electric actuators to any type valve, Ball, Butterfly, Choke or Divert.

Bettis TorqPlus quality line of electric actuators are designed for quarter turn applications — ball, butterfly and plug valves; dampers; vents and similar uses. TorqPlus actuators are manufactured in a wide range of guaranteed output torques and operating speeds to fit your specific requirements. TorqPlus electric actuators employ a unique modular design to allow for simple retrofits/upgrades using over 200 different accessory kits. All components can be added inside NEMA 4 or NEMA 4/7 rated housings. Torque range from 100 in/lb to 20,000 in/lb.

Standard Features

Bettis Torqplus EM500 Angus Measurement Services

Bettis Torqplus EM500

Bettis Torqplus EM300 Angus Measurement Services

Bettis Torqplus EM300

  • Two year warranty
  • Heater and thermostat installed in all actuators
  • Hardened steel spur gear train is permanently
  • Lubricated
  • Hardened steel drive shaft
  • Female DIN/ISO F07 output drive and F07/F10
  • Bolt pattern or male output drive

TorqPlus Series Valve Actuators

Bettis Torqplus SR-590 Angus Measurement Services

Bettis Torqplus SR-590

 

Bettis TorqPlus has taken the lead in offering compact, cost effective Spring Return Electric Actuator Packages. Three models offer a variety of solutions when one needs to protect Bettis SR-590 a system upon loss of power.  These actuators have been designed for dampers, small butterfly, ball and plug valves. The Model EM-SR5 Series is designed for use in environments where automatic closing/opening is required upon loss of power, with a rugged versatility that is hard to beat. When power is available, the device operates like a  normal quarter turn, open/close or modulating actuator. Under powered operation, the spring pack travels with the movement of the actuator. Under powered  stopped conditions, the actuator and spring are held in position via the electric mechanical brake. Upon loss of power, the spring is released and drives the actuator to the pre-designated failsafe position. The failsafe positioning can be provided for either the CCW limit or to the CW limit.