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Actuator Accessories

To complement our wide range of actuators, we offer an extensive selection of local controls and actuator accessories crafted from high-quality materials such as aluminium and stainless steel. These additional components further enhance the performance and functionality of actuators in various applications.

Filter RegulatorsNorgren – Bifold – Maxseal – Bellofram
MaterialsAluminium – Stainless Steel
FeaturesManual & Auto Drains
PSV Relief ValvesBIS - Bifold
MaterialsStainless Steel
FeaturesSet & Locked on-site to specification
Solenoid ValvesNorgren – Bifold – Maxseal – Asco
MaterialsAluminium – Stainless Steel
FeaturesNAMUR or Remote mount
Safe Area or ATEX Hazardous Area Intrinsically Safe & Explosion Proof
Auto-Reset – Manual Reset – Manual Override
SwitchboxesRotech - Imtex - Topworx – Westlock
MaterialsPoly-Carb/Resign - Aluminium – Satinless Steel
FeaturesTop Mounted with Beacon Indicators
Fitted with: Mech-Switches SPDT, Mag-Prox Switches – P&F Prox Sensors
Safe Area or ATEX Hazardous Area Intrinsically Safe & Explosion Proof
FeaturesPneumatic 3-15psi Signal & Electro-Pneumatic 4-20mA Signal
Safe Area or ATEX Hazardous Area Intrinsically Safe & Explosion Proof
Feedback options Mech-Switches – Transmitter 4-20mA
High-Flow Spool Option

Explanation Of Each Actuator Accessory

Filter Regulators

Filter regulators are devices used to control and regulate the pressure and quality of compressed air or gas in pneumatic systems. They typically combine the functions of a filter, which removes contaminants such as dust and moisture, and a regulator, which maintains a consistent pressure level. Filter regulators ensure clean and regulated air supply to pneumatic actuators and other pneumatic components, preventing damage and ensuring optimal performance.

PSV Relief Valves

PSV (Pressure Safety Relief) valves, also known as pressure relief valves or safety valves, are critical components used to protect pressure vessels, pipelines, and systems from overpressure situations. They automatically open and release excess pressure when it exceeds a pre-determined set point, ensuring the system remains within safe operating limits. PSV relief valves help prevent catastrophic failures and ensure the safety of personnel and equipment.

Solenoid Valves

Solenoid valves are electromechanical devices used to control the flow of fluids or gases in various applications. They operate by using an electric current to open or close a valve mechanism, allowing or blocking the flow. Solenoid valves are commonly used in hydraulic and pneumatic systems, irrigation systems, HVAC systems, and industrial automation. They provide precise and reliable control over the fluid or gas flow, enabling automation and remote operation.


Switchboxes, also known as position indicators or limit switch boxes, are used to monitor and provide feedback on the position of valve actuators. These compact devices are mounted on the actuator and contain mechanical or electrical switches that are triggered when the actuator reaches specific positions. Switchboxes are used to provide position feedback to a control system, indicating the open or closed position of a valve, for example. They assist in monitoring and controlling the position of actuators accurately.


Positioners are devices used to precisely control and adjust the position of valve actuators. They receive control signals from a process controller or control system and convert them into pneumatic signals that drive the actuator to the desired position. Positioners ensure accurate and responsive positioning of valves, allowing for precise control over flow rates, pressure, and other process variables. They play a crucial role in process automation and control, enhancing the overall efficiency and performance of control systems.

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