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  • Pfeiffer Type BR 21a PTFE-lined Tank Bottom Valve
    Samson Controls
    The modular design of SAMSON control valves allows the flexibility of selecting valve components to meet specific applications. This enables the valves to be adapted to the most difficult requirements under the most adverse...
  • Type 3776 Limit Switch
    Samson Controls
    The integration of control valves into the DCS technology determines the accuracy of the control loop and is decisive for the cost and quality of the final product. This integration is a prerequisite for effective...
  • Type LTR 43 Pneumatic Control and Butterfly Valve
    Samson Controls
    The modular design of SAMSON control valves allows the flexibility of selecting valve components to meet specific applications. This enables the valves to be adapted to the most difficult requirements under the most adverse...
  • Type MN VETEC Pneumatic Rotary Actuator
    Samson Controls
    Actuators convert the instrument control signal supplied by an automation device (controller, control station, process control system) into a linear or rotary motion that is used to position the final control element (e.g.
  • Type 72.4 Maxifluss Rotary Plug Valves
    Samson Controls
    The modular design of SAMSON control valves allows the flexibility of selecting valve components to meet specific applications. This enables the valves to be adapted to the most difficult requirements under the most adverse...
  • Type MD VETEC Pneumatic Rotary Actuator
    Samson Controls
    Actuators convert the instrument control signal supplied by an automation device (controller, control station, process control system) into a linear or rotary motion that is used to position the final control element (e.g.
  • Type 3204 Pneumatic Actuator with Rotary Lever
    Samson Controls
    Actuators convert the instrument control signal supplied by an automation device (controller, control station, process control system) into a linear or rotary motion that is used to position the final control element (e.g.
  • Type 5822 Electric Actuator with fail-safe action
    Samson Controls
    Actuators convert the instrument control signal supplied by an automation device (controller, control station, process control system) into a linear or rotary motion that is used to position the final control element (e.g.
  • Type 3710 Reversing Amplifier
    Samson Controls
  • Type 73.7 Maxifluss Rotary Plug Valves
    Samson Controls
    The modular design of SAMSON control valves allows the flexibility of selecting valve components to meet specific applications. This enables the valves to be adapted to the most difficult requirements under the most adverse...
  • TROVIS 6495-2 Industrial Controller
    Samson Controls
    Using TROVIS equipment, new ideas can be realized in process engineering as well as in the automation of plants and buildings. Simple compact controllers as well as modular systems using standardised communication systems...
  • TROVIS 6497 Industrial Controller
    Samson Controls
    Using TROVIS equipment, new ideas can be realized in process engineering as well as in the automation of plants and buildings. Simple compact controllers as well as modular systems using standardised communication systems...
  • Type 5825 Electric Actuator with fail-safe action
    Samson Controls
    Actuators convert the instrument control signal supplied by an automation device (controller, control station, process control system) into a linear or rotary motion that is used to position the final control element (e.g.
  • Type 3435 Transmitter Module
    Samson Controls
    The integration of control valves into the DCS technology determines the accuracy of the control loop and is decisive for the cost and quality of the final product. This integration is a prerequisite for effective...
  • Type 4747 Limit Switch
    Samson Controls
    The integration of control valves into the DCS technology determines the accuracy of the control loop and is decisive for the cost and quality of the final product. This integration is a prerequisite for effective...