Actuators are used to put something into automatic action – whether a person is putting something into action or a computer is starting up a program. Part of the process, then, is determining which type of actuator will be best for the task at hand.

  1. Electro Hydraulic Actuators

The growth of electro-hydraulic actuator technology has been driving the hydraulic actuators market growth. Electro-hydraulic actuators incorporate servo valves and electronic controls to provide rod position feedback; thereby ensuring efficient machine operations. This amalgamation heightens accuracy, enhances functionality, improves ease-of-use, and better controls performance. Industries such as material handling, steel mills, nuclear power plants, and elevator manufacturers rely on its control of the speed and position of loads. These features of the electro-hydraulic actuator are likely to gain importance and demand in the market in the foreseeable future.

  1. Hydraulic Actuator Systems

If you need equipment precision, reliability and performance, our electro hydraulic actuator system for rotary and linear applications is an idea solution. The system is custom designed to meet your specific requirements and can be used for virtually any kind of motion.

  1. Hydraulic Linear Actuators

Linear actuators accounted for more than 73% of the market share during 2015 and are expected to maintain this market share until the end of 2020. These actuators are used to move linear valves such as a gate, globe, diaphragm, and pinch valves by sliding a stem that controls the measurement. They can operate at forces of 500 PSI or greater, and are suited for high force applications requiring precise control. They are used in engineered vehicles and the aerospace industry. Retrofits remain a key contributor to this market’s growth.

  1. Hydraulic Rotary Actuators

Hydraulic rotary actuators apply pressurized fluids to a circular piston inside a cylinder, pushing a rack across the pinion gear. This stroke turns the shaft, thereby converts fluid power into rotary motion. Machinery requiring upending, turning, roll-over, tilting, indexing, transferring, mixing, valve operating, tensioning, or clamping count on rotary actuators. Whether you are looking for extra-heavy duty capabilities, ultimate control, or multiple position versatility, there is a solution for you.

  1. Hydraulic Valve Actuators

2015 saw the oil and gas sector dominate the market, accounting for over 26% of the market segment. Because the oil and gas industry needs valves operated under high pressure and torque, hydraulic valve actuators are found in drill rigs, exploration, and offshore plants. Used in jacking systems to increase or decrease oil well drilling, excavators, off-road dump trucks, and rigs; these actuators also automate valves within gas transmission pipelines operating in remote areas and under harsh climatic conditions.

  1. Industrial Linear Actuators

Need to do some serious lifting? Our industrial linear actuators are designed specifically for heavy duty applications. Rugged enough to handle fertilizers, mud, sand, high pressure water, slush, salt water, snow, heat, heavy vibrations, and other unforgiving exposure; their durability, performance, and speed are unparalleled

  1. Slide Gate Actuators

Are you are looking for a reliable slide gate actuator to open and close a furnace; throttle the volume of material exiting a container; or control sluice gates? At The Kerry Company, we can customize a solution that will cater to your unique lifting requirements.

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