Electric linear actuators from LINAK are certified for hazardous and non-hazardous areas in the grain industry, making the actuators a very strong alternative to existing actuator or gear motor solutions.
“For hazardous locations, the LA36 actuator can be certified with Class II, Division I, Group F and G, IECEx, or ATEX approvals,” says Senior Regional Sales Manager Randy Bowman. "The LA36 actuator is also available with non-explosion-proof options."
"LINAK actuators are available in various strengths, speeds, and stroke lengths, with multiple communication and control options, including positioning feedback," adds Bowman. “We can be easily integrated into a facility’s control platform, or we can provide alternative control options.”
Introducing Learn Mode
LINAK recently developed learn mode software to give customers maximum actuator flexibility.
Whether a retrofit or a new installation, the stroke can be adjusted to meet the needs of each specific location.
Check out the video below of LINAK Application Engineer Anthony Fossaluzza demonstrating the learn mode software.
Local and Global Applications
The North and South American headquarters for LINAK is conveniently located in Louisville, KY.
A large variety of LINAK actuators are manufactured at the Louisville facility, allowing for fast response and shorter lead times.
LINAK is a global supplier with over 30 subsidiaries providing electric linear actuators and support for applications worldwide.
- Optional Class II, Division I certification for grain industry applications like slide gates.
- Easy to install and use, actuator interfaces with automation systems.
- Extremely rugged and designed for harsh conditions following extensive environmental, mechanical, and electrical testing.
Visit the LINAK website for more information.