Military-Proven Electromechanical Linear Actuators with Unparalleled Reliability
Hunt Valve specializes in electromechanical actuators that are precise, reliable, and industry proven.
- Increased precision and predictable motion
- Ease of integration with industry-standard motors, drives, and PLCs
- Reliable and predictable lifespans
- Superior performance, quality, and durability
- Customizable to specific applications
- ISO 9001:2015 certified
Our Experts in Extreme Engineering know what it takes to meet your requirements from designing one-off custom actuators, to creating complete mechanical linear systems.
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Screw drivetrains are the most common type of electromechanical linear actuators currently in use. Each of the three major screw drivetrain types – ball, roller, and ACME/trapezoidal – has its own advantages and disadvantages. This white paper offers a high-level overview of these three screw drivetrain technologies so that you can make sure that you’re getting the most out of your systems.
In linear motion systems, the ability to control for accuracy and repeatability can have a drastic effect on productivity, efficiency, and downtime. This white paper examines the factors that determine the accuracy and repeatability of a linear actuator, as well as how electromechanical actuators are able to better mitigate these variables than pneumatic and hydraulic variants.
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Posted September 24, 2019
One of the main considerations when selecting an actuator for your linear motion system is cost. How deeply do you examine the associated costs, though? Should one only concern themselves with the initial price of the unit? The initial cost is important, but only one aspect of the total cost of ownership. The Total Cost of Ownership is the accumulated expected costs associated with the actuator over its service life. This post examines items such as maintenance, repair, production downtime, and more. It is necessary to consider all these to understand the true cost impact and value of a hydraulic, pneumatic, or electric actuator.
Posted July 1, 2019
When it comes to linear motion engineering (or any technical field, for that matter), nothing can slow down or derail a project more than misunderstanding the parameters or data relevant to the design. While there are some general technical terms we all know, there are others that some may have not encountered or needed to use until selecting an electromechanical actuator or designing a linear motion system. Below we offer definitions to some relevant terms that are key to the design of linear motion solutions.