Cost effective reservoir inlet commissions claim


SIPOS Aktorik claims widespread adoption of its actuators is reported for Emergency Inlet Control Valve (EICV) and Automatic Inlet Control Valve (AICV) commissions for reservoir applications. The latest AICV reservoir installation for these parts is at Telarah WPS in Australia, where the actuator is part of a six-stage water supply system upgrade managed by Hunter Water.
Commenting on the appeal of SIPOS’ advanced actuation solution, Weyand Magnaye from Barron GJM, representing SIPOS’ distributor for Australia, said: “In the 1970s, we built reservoir valves ranging from DN1000 to DN1400; the stored energy of these devices was created by huge counterweights. This was a complicated and expensive solution requiring robust and reliable DC latching systems.
“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. With SIPOS actuators we are providing ‘set and forget’ actuation technology which features single phase inverter capability for ON/OFF modulating duty.”

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