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Fisher™ P700 Series Rotary Actuators
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All Fisher internal valves can be fitted with a rotary actuator that can be used to open and close the internal valves from a remote location.
The actuators features include easy installation, durable construction, and reliable performance. It is designed to prevent over-stroking of the value to assure efficient performance. This leads to minimum air consumption, maximum flow rates, and full life service expectancy.
Fisher™ P700 Series Rotary Actuators

Specs

Available Configurations
Type P731: 1-1/4-inch NPT Types C407-10 valves
Type P713: 3-inch Single Flanged Type C484 valves
Type P723: 3-inch Double Flanged Type C483 valves
Type P714: 4-inch Single Flanged Type C404-32
Type P739: 2 and 3-inch NPT Threaded Valves Types C471, C477, C891, C897, C486
Internal Valve End Connection Size and Style
1-1/4, 2 and 3-inch threaded NPT, 3 and 4-inch single or double flanged
Actuator Pressure Limits for Type P731
Minimum: 50 psig / 3,4 bar
Maximum: 125 psig / 8,6 bar
Actuator Pressure Limits for Types P713, P723 and P739
Minimum: 25 psig / 1,7 bar
Maximum: 125 psig / 8,6 bar
Actuator Pressure Limits for Type P714
Minimum: 40 psig / 2,8 bar
Maximum: 125 psig / 8,6 bar
Temperature Capabilities
-20° to 150°F / -29° to 66°C
Thermal Release Melt Point
212°F / 100°C
Approximate Weights
Types P731, P713, P723, P739 and P714: 5.6 Pounds / 3 kg

Features

  • Permits the opening and closing of the internal valve to be tied into the air brake of the transport or bobtail
  • Provides a convenient way to remotely operate a number of internal valves on stationary storage tanks at bulk plants
  • Provided with a fuse plug to automatically close valve in case of a fire
  • Rack-and-pinion design eliminates side-load wear to promote extended service life
  • Designed for Fisher Internal Valves to deliver full stroke without over-stroking the valve
  • Stainless steel bracket and mounting hardware

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