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Excelon® Plus has been designed with safety in mind. Tamper-resistant features are built-in as standard, with padlock features on both the shut-off valves and regulator. A rotating safety shut-off valve makes it easy to isolate the system with no reduction in performance; a unique double safety bowl lock, with an audible bowl clip plus a safety detent when pressurized, makes it impossible to remove the bowl when in use.
New soft start dump and control valves enhance safety and application control within Excelon® Plus systems. Soft start dump valves allow downstream pressure to gradually increase on initial start-up, before fully opening to deliver line pressure. The dump function allows the system to be exhausted quickly when required, particularly in the event of a power failure or emergency stop. Electrically operated control valves provide an improved user experience compared to similar manually operated valves.
Norgren’s Integrated Electronic Pressure Sensor (IEPS) introduces new levels of intelligence and a variety of IoT benefits to the 84 Series regulators and filter-regulators. The IEPS enables process analytics, predictive maintenance, and life cycle management to maximize machine productivity. Excelon® Plus Air Preparation has been designed with flexibility and safety in mind, offering built in, tamper proof features and a unique double lock mechanism on the bowls
PennAir partners with Norgren to offer a NEW compact guided electric actuators are designed with a similar size, construction, and body of a pneumatic actuator in order to accommodate tight spaces for a diverse range of applications. These actuators are based on simplifying converting a pneumatic application to electric motion. With multiple screw and… lead…
Many industrial air compression systems are located outside or in minimally insulated facilities. During the spring and fall, this location helps the compression system maintain its ideal operating temperature ranges from about 40 to 95° Fahrenheit.
In the winter, however, temperatures may drop well below 40 degrees Fahrenheit and remain low for long periods of time.