Gas shutoff system

March 1, 2013
Eclipse Actuators quickly close toxic gas valves on 150 lb. and ton cylinders in less than one second when activated by remote sensors.

Eclipse Actuators quickly close toxic gas valves on 150 lb. and ton cylinders in less than one second when activated by remote sensors. These electronic actuators are "close only devices" requiring an operator to visit the site to determine the cause of the problem. The 12 volt battery-operated actuator allows an operator or remote gas sensor to shut off leaking toxic gas without requiring the operator to enter the hazardous atmosphere. The chlorine valve can be opened or closed manually with the actuator installed and ready to operate.

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