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					Part-turn actuators
Combination
Multi-turn actuators SA/SAR
with part-turn gearboxes GS
Torques up to 360,000 Nm




Information
        Applications
           AUMA multi-turn actuator/part-turn gearbox combina-          They can be adapted to suit the requirements of most
        tions are used wherever the automation of a valve requires   valve automation tasks. This is achieved by:
        a part-turn movement at high torque, e.g. when using         ■   a wide torque and operating time spectrum
        large butterfly valves or ball valves.                       ■   various combination possibilities with AUMA actuator
                                                                         controls



                          Energy                                                        Water/Wastewater
                          :   Power plants                                              :   Water works
                          :   Air pollution control                                     :   Sewage treatment plants
                          :   District heating                                          :   Pumping stations
                          :   Pipelines                                                 :   Dams




                          Chemical industry                                             Others
                          : Chemical industry                                           :   Oil and gas industry
                          : Petrochemical industry                                      :   Air conditioning
                          : Pharmaceutical industry                                     :   Ship building industry
                                                                                        :   Steel mills
                                                                                        :   Cement plants

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                                                                   Table of contents

                                                                   Applications/duty types                                    4
                                                                   Modular design/versions                                    6

                                                                   Service conditions                                         9
                                                                   Valve attachment                                          11

                                                                   Technical data                                            12
                                                                   Certificates                                              14

                                                                   Literature                                                15

                                                                   The actuator specialist                                   16
                                                                   Index                                                     17
                                                                   AUMA worldwide                                            18




Solutions for a world in motion
   This brochure focuses on the combination of SA                     The SG and AS part-turn actuators are the most
multi-turn actuators and GS part-turn gearboxes, forming           cost-effective automation solution for part-turn valves with
a part-turn actuator. It can be used as the basis to deter-        low torque requirements up to 1,200 Nm. The SA/GS
mine whether the devices are suitable for the chosen               combinations extend the torque range of these types and
application. For detailed product information please refer         consequently the range of applications. AUMA can there-
to the product descriptions on electric multi-turn actuators       fore offer an automation solution for almost any part-turn
for open-close and modulating duty and GS part-turn                valve. When using AUMA actuator controls, a uniform
gearboxes.                                                         control concept for all valves of different design and size
    For detailed product selection refer to the separate data      can be implemented within a single plant.
sheets and price lists. On request, AUMA engineers within             The latest detailed information on the SA multi-turn
field service and within our subsidiaries can help you to          actuators and GS part-turn gearboxes can be found on the
find the correct device for the application.                       Internet under www.auma.com. All documents, including
                                                                   dimensional drawings, wiring diagrams and final inspection
                                                                   records for supplied devices are available on the Internet in
                                                                   a digital form.




Subject to change without notice.
The product features and technical data provided do not express or imply any warranty.


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        Applications/duty types

        AUMA automates valves; to put it in a nutshell, this is what              OPEN-CLOSE duty and positioning duty
        AUMA actuators do. In other words: AUMA actuators can be                  OPEN-CLOSE duty
        used for remote control of valves; either by an operation
                                                                                     The valve is operated relatively seldom, the time intervals
        command manually triggered in the control room or within
                                                                                  can span between a few minutes up to several months.
        the framework of an automated process-controlled proce-
        dure. AUMA is an actuator specialist.                                                          t1

           Depending on the valve design, there are multi-turn,
        part-turn and linear actuators. This brochure deals with com-
        binations of SA actuators and GS part-turn gearboxes which
        form a part-turn actuator. These combinations are predomi-
        nantly used for the automation of large part-turn valves
        which generally require a 90° rotary movement.
                                                                                                                                                      t
                                                                                  Typical operation in open-close duty
        Shutting off, positioning, controlling                                    [t1] Running time. The maximum permissible running time without inter-
                                                                                  ruption is usually 15 min, optionally 30 min.
           The second important selection criterion after the type of
        movement is the type of duty. Is the valve to be used as                  Positioning duty
        shut-off device (open-close duty), is the valve is to be posi-                The valve is operated to a specified intermediate position,
        tioned in mid-travel (positioning mode) or is the valve posi-             e.g. to set a consistent flow rate. The same running time lim-
        tion to be changed at short intervals, i.e. to control the flow           its as in open-close duty apply.
        through a pipeline (modulating duty)? These are essential fac-
        tors for sizing the valve and the actuator as the load may
        vary considerably depending on the operation mode.
           Consequently, there are AUMA actuators for open-close
        and positioning duty as well as actuators which meet the
        high requirements of modulating duty.


                                                                                                                                                      t
                                                                                  Typical operation in positioning duty




        Large SA/GS combinations are used in an irrigation project in Malaysia.   GS 500 gearboxes with primary reduction gearing and with SA multi-turn
        The illustrated plant shows how the position of the weir penstocks is     actuators in a desulphurisation unit of an Australian power plant.
        controlled.




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Modulating duty                                                        Types of duty of AUMA part-turn actuator
   The most distinctive feature of a closed-loop application is        combinations
that changing conditions require frequent adjustment of the               The type of duty for the combination results from the per-
MOV. Sensitive closed-loop applications require adjustments            missible duty types of the individual devices.
within intervals of a few seconds.
                                                                       Combinations for open-close and positioning duty
   The demands on the actuator are high. Mechanical com-                 Combinations for open-close and positioning duty are
ponents and the motor must be designed correctly to with-              marked with the type designations SA, SAExC, and SAEx.
stand a large number of operations over a long time with no
decline in the modulating accuracy.                                       These combinations correspond to the operation mode
                                                                       short-time duty S2 - 15 min or S2 - 30 min.

                                                                       Combinations for modulating duty
                                                                          Combinations for modulating duty are marked with the
                                                                       type designations SAR, SARExC, and SAREx.
                                                                          GS part-turn gearboxes used in modulating duty require a
                                                                       worm wheel made of bronze instead of the standard spheroi-
                                                                       dal cast iron version.
                                                                  t       These combinations correspond to the operation mode
Typical operation in modulating duty
                                                                       intermittent duty S4 - 25 % or S4 - 50 %.




Explosion-proof SAExC/GS combinations with integral controls AUMATIC   Special solution: An SA multi-turn actuator with two worm gearboxes in
in a tank farm in Venezuela.                                           a peat-fired power plant in Ireland.




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        Modular design/versions

          Torque and operating time are two decisive factors for the
        mechanical sizing of the actuator/gearbox combination.
        ■   The actuators are available in 10 sizes with output torques
                                                                           [1]
            between 10 Nm and 32,000 Nm with a wide range of
            output speeds for each side.
        ■   The part-turn gearboxes are available in 11 sizes with
            torques ranging from 250 Nm to 360,000 Nm.
        ■   Primary reduction gearing is available with various reduc-
            tion ratios.
        ■   The selection of the controls and their equipment is deter-
                                                                           [2]
            mined by functional requirements and the connection to
            the DCS.
            – AUMA MATIC for open-close valves or simple
               closed-loop control tasks with conventional parallel con-
               nection
            – AUMATIC for higher requirements such as adaptive con-
               trol, non-intrusive setting or logging of operating data
               and/or if a fieldbus connection is required.
                                                                           [3]
           This results in a multitude of combinations; one of these
        combinations will surely provide a solution for your automa-
                                                                                 [4]
        tion task.




        [1] Integral controls (option)
           The actuators can be equipped with integral actuator con-
        trols AUMATIC or AUMA MATIC. The AUMA MATIC is illus-
        trated.
           After establishing the power supply, the actuators with
        integral controls are ready for immediate operation. The actu-
        ator signals are processed locally. Switching procedures are
        performed immediately within the controls, using the integral
        reversing contactors or thyristors.
          Detailed information can be found in the following bro-
        chures:
        ■   Product description, Actuator controls AUMA MATIC
        ■   Product description, Actuator controls AUMATIC




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[2] SA multi-turn actuator                                         [4] GS part-turn gearboxes
   Multi-turn actuators are generally driven by robust                 The simple and robust principle of the worm gearbox ful-
three-phase asynchronous motors. 1-phase AC or DC motors           fils, on account of its design features, the self-locking which
are also available for most sizes. The actuators include devices   is required for many standard applications. The AUMA spe-
for measuring the travel and the torque present at the valve.      cific end stop technology guarantees a high strength of the
This information is necessary for switching the actuator off       end stop. A further advantage is the easy setting of the end
automatically when reaching an end position or in case of a        stops. Only the adjustment for one valve end position is nec-
torque overload.                                                   essary after mounting the gearbox to the valve. The swing
                                                                   angle set in the factory remains unchanged.
   Valve torque and operating times are important for
selecting the correct actuator size for a combination.               The gearboxes can also be supplied without end stops for
                                                                   multi-turn applications (refer to AUMA for sizing).
   SA actuators are suitable for open-close duty, the SAR ver-
sion is correct for modulating duty. Both versions are also           Detailed information can be found in the brochure ‘Prod-
available as explosion-proof actuators. The following types        uct description, GS part-turn gearboxes’.
and sizes are relevant to the combination with GS part-turn
                                                                     Size GS 200.3 is illustrated
gearboxes:
                                                                   [5] LMS anti-backdrive device (not illustrated)
■   Multi-turn actuators for open-close duty
    SA 07.1 – SA 40.1                                                 If there are increased demands on the dynamic self-locking
                                                                   or self-braking characteristics of the combination, this can be
■   Multi-turn actuators for modulating duty
                                                                   achieved by mounting an anti-backdrive device
    SAR 07.1 – SAR 30.1
                                                                   (LMS 07.1 – LMS 16.1) onto the gearbox input.
■   Explosion-proof multi-turn actuators for open-close duty
    SAExC 07.1 – SAExC 16.1                                           The retaining or braking torque of the combination
    SAEx 25.1 – SAEx 40.1                                          between anti-backdrive device and gearbox corresponds to at
■   Explosion-proof multi-turn actuators for modulating duty       least the maximum output torque onto the gearbox.
    SARExC 07.1 – SARExC 16.1
    SAREx 25.1 – SAREx 30.1
    An SA 07.5 actuator is illustrated.
   Please refer to the product description on electric
multi-turn actuators for open-close and modulating duty for
further actuator information.

[3] Primary reduction gearing
   A primary reduction gear expands considerably the num-
ber of combinations of multi-turn actuator and part-turn
gearbox. Due to the additional reduction a comparably small
part-turn actuator may be combined with a large part-turn
gearbox. If required, primary reduction gears may be used for
size GS 100.3 and above. The additional reduction increases
the operating time of the actuator/gearbox combination.




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        Modular design/versions

         Gearbox versions/mounting positions
        Gearbox versions                                                            Mounting positions
            The space for mounting the actuator/gearbox combination                    All mechanical AUMA interfaces – controls/actuator, actua-
        is often very limited; therefore, optimum use of the available              tor/gearbox, housing cover/housing – are designed so that all
        space is essential.                                                         components involved can be positioned at increments of 90°.
                                                                                    The space around the valve can thereby be utilised fully. The
           GS gearboxes are therefore available in two versions with
        a mirrored arrangement of worm wheel and worm shaft.                        same applies to mounting the SA multi-turn actuators on the
                                                                                    GS part-turn gearboxes.
        Both versions are available for clockwise closing and counter-
        clockwise closing valves; in total, four versions are possible.




        [1a]                                  [2a]                                  [3a]                                   [4a]




        [1b]                                  [2b]                                  [3b]                                   [4b]




           The illustration shows an SA 07.5 multi-turn       Gearbox versions – mounting position                 Gearbox version – direction of rotation
        actuator with a GS 80.3 part-turn gearbox.            Apart from the mounting positions of the             The gearboxes are available with different
                                                          actuator, the gearbox version can also be            directions of rotation at the output drive. The
        [1]   Mounting position A                         adapted to the space restrictions on site. Differ-   combinations can therefore be easily adapted
        [2]   Mounting position B                         ent mounting positions can be achieved by            to the desired direction of rotation of the valve.
        [3]   Mounting position C                         varying the position of the worm wheel and           The second letter in the version designation
        [4]   Mounting position D                         the input shaft of the gearbox.                      marks the direction of rotation at the output
                                                              The upper row [a] shows the versions RR          drive.
                                                          and RL, the bottom row [b] the versions LL and           For RR and LR, clockwise rotation at the in-
                                                          LR. The first letter indicates the mounting posi-    put shaft results in a clockwise rotation at the
                                                          tion:                                                output drive as required for clockwise closing
                                                          R = input shaft on the right of the worm wheel       valves. For LL and RL clockwise rotation at the
                                                          L = input shaft on the left of the worm wheel        input shaft results in counterclockwise rotation
                                                                                                               at the output drive.




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Service conditions

    AUMA devices are used worldwide; in all climate zones, in             Enclosure protection
industrial plants of all kinds under special local ambient con-           IP 67
ditions. AUMA devices have to operate reliably and for a long
                                                                             AUMA actuators conform to enclosure protection IP 67
time under any conditions without requiring major mainte-
                                                                          according to EN 60 529. IP 67 means protection against
nance work. For this very reason, AUMA has focussed on
                                                                          immersion up to max. 1 m head of water for max.
making AUMA devices resistant to the most unfavourable
                                                                          30 minutes.
conditions and have adapted their protective measures to the
state-of-the-art technology.                                              IP 68
                                                                             AUMA actuators are available with improved enclosure
                                                                          protection IP 68 according to EN 60 529. IP 68 means pro-
                                                                          tection against submersion up to 6 m head of water for max.
                                                                          72 hours. During submersion up to 10 operations are
                                                                          permissible.
                                                                             As an option, gearboxes can be supplied with enclosure
                                                                          protection types, for example IP 68-10 or IP 68-20. For spe-
                                                                          cial mounting conditions, the enclosure protection of the
                                                                          gearbox may differ from the enclosure protection of the
                                                                          actuator.
AUMA actuators operating in the Arabian desert and the Siberian cold




    Ambient temperatures
    Types         Actuator types                            Versions                                      Temperature range
    SA/GS         Part-turn actuators for open-close duty   Standard                                      –25 °C … +80 °C
                                                            Low temperature                               –40 °C … +60 °C
                                                            Extreme low temperature                       –60 °C … +60 °C
                                                            High temperature                              0 °C ...+120 °C2
    SAR/GS        Part-turn actuators for modulating duty   Standard                                      –25 °C … +60 °C
                                                            Low temperature                               –40 °C … +60 °C
                                                            Extreme low temperature                       –60 °C … +60 °C
    SAExC/GS      Explosion-proof part-turn actuators for   Standard                                      –20   °C   …   +40   °C/60 °C 3/80 °C 4
                  open-close duty                           Low temperature                               –40   °C   …   +40   °C/60 °C 3
                                                            Extreme low temperature                       –50   °C   …   +40   °C/60 °C 3
                                                            High temperature                              –20   °C   …   +80   °C4
    SARExC/GS     Explosion-proof part-turn actuators for   Standard                                      –20 °C … +40 °C/60 °C 3
                  modulating duty                           Low temperature                               –40 °C … +40 °C/60 °C 3
                                                            Extreme low temperature                       –50 °C … +40 °C/60 °C 3

  If an actuator is equipped with directly mounted AUMA MATIC or AUMATIC integral controls, the maximum permissible
ambient temperature is +70 °C, unless the actuator requires a lower temperature limit.
1
     Actuator includes heating system for connection to external power supply 230 V AC or 115 V AC.
2
     Valid for AUMA NORM version without electronic position transmitter RWG, with RWG max. +80 °C
3
     For the temperature range +60 °C, special sizing is required for temperature class T4.
4
     +80 °C in combination with explosion group IIB and temperature class T3




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     Service conditions

         Corrosion protection/colour                                          Explosion protection
     Standard (KN)                                                           For the installation of actuators in potentially hazardous or
        The standard AUMA corrosion protection KN is a high               explosive areas, special protective measures are required.
     quality coating. This is suitable for outdoor installation and       These are stipulated in the European Standards EN 50 014,
     for slightly aggressive atmospheres with a low level of              50 018, and 50 019. The PTB (Physikalisch Technische
     pollution.                                                           Bundesanstalt, the German national test authority) and the
                                                                          BVS (German Mining Test Facility) as European test authorities
     KS                                                                   have certified the conformity of the equipment with the
        AUMA recommends this corrosion protection class for               mentioned standards.
     installation in occasionally or permanently aggressive atmo-
                                                                          Explosion protection classification of the
     spheres with a moderate pollutant concentration.
                                                                          combinations
     KX                                                                      When using combinations in potentially explosive atmo-
        AUMA recommends this corrosion protection class for               spheres, the classification of the multi-turn actuators is rele-
     installation in aggressive atmosphere with high humidity and         vant. Wherever the actuators may be used, combinations of
     a high pollutant concentration.                                      the actuators with a GS gearbox may also be used.

     Colour
                                                                              Types                                    Classifications
         The standard colour of the finish coating is silver-grey (sim-       SAExC 07.1 – SAExC 16.1                  ■ II2G EEx de IIC T4
                                                                              SARExC 07.1 – SARExC 16.1                ■ II2G c IIC T4
     ilar to RAL 7037). Other colours are available on request.
                                                                              with and without integral controls       ■ II2D Ex tD A21 IP6X T130°C

        In their basic version, gearboxes GS 160.3 and above are              SAExC 07.1 – SAExC 10.1                  ■ I M2 Ex de I

     only supplied with primer coating. A finish coating is available         SARExC 07.1 – SARExC 10.1
                                                                              without integral controls
     on request.
                                                                              SAEx 25.1 – SAEx 40.1                    ■   II2G EEx ed IIB T41
                                                                              SAREx 25.1 – SAREx 30.1                  ■   II2G c IIB T4
                                                                                                                       ■   II2D Ex tD A21 IP6X T130°C
                                                                              GS 50.3 – GS 250.3/                      ■   II2G c IIC T4
                                                                              GS 315 – GS 500 with and without
                                                                              primary reduction gearing2
                                                                          1
                                                                                With electronic position transmitter RWG 5020 Ex, the explosion pro-
                                                                                tection classification corresponds to II2G EEx ed [ib] IIB T4 (intrinsically
                                                                                safe)
                                                                          2
                                                                                in standard version

                                                                             Certificates of Conformity from national test authorities in
                                                                          other countries, such as USA, Canada, CIS, Brazil, Japan, etc.,
                                                                          are also available.




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Valve attachment

   The gearbox is mounted to the valve using a mounting                         When using special valve designs with, for example, a
flange standardised according to EN ISO 5211.                                short valve stem or if an intermediate flange is required
   The torque is transmitted to the valve shaft via a separate               between gearbox and valve, the coupling might be too short.
coupling. In the basic version, the coupling is unbored or                   For such cases, the coupling is also available in an extended
from certain sizes available with pilot bores; it may also be                version.
provided with the bores shown below.                                            Dismantle the actuator from the gearbox first to enable
                                                                             easier mounting of the combination on the valve. After the
                                                                             gearbox was mounted to the valve, the actuator can also be
                                                                             mounted again.




        [1]                                             [2]                                        [3]




   If the coupling is bored, it is supplied with a   [2] Square bore
grub screw to fasten the coupling to the valve           according to EN ISO 5211 or
shaft.                                               with special diameter, please consult AUMA.

[1] Bore with keyways                                [3] Bore with two-flats
   The bore according to EN ISO 5211 can be              according to EN ISO 5211 or
supplied with one, two, three or four keyways.       with special diameter, please consult AUMA.
The keyways conform to DIN 6885 P1. For
keyways with other dimensions please contact
AUMA.




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         Technical data

            Here you can find a selection of possible combinations.                       The following data only applies to the actuator/part-turn
         You will note that the torque ranges of many versions over-                   gearbox combination. For detailed information on SA
         lap. As a general rule, a combination of a smaller actuator                   multi-turn actuators and GS part-turn gearboxes refer to sep-
         with a primary reduction gear and a gearbox is more                           arate technical data sheets
         cost-effective than a larger actuator which is mounted on the
         gearbox without a primary reduction gear. Please note that
         the additional reduction with the primary reduction gear
         results in an increased operating time.




             Multi-turn actuator – part-turn gearbox combinations for open-close duty
                        Output torque of the gearbox1                            Multi-turn     Setting range for tripping torque        Operating time
                                                                                 actuator for                      corresponds to at     range for 50 Hz
             Gear-      100%       140 %         200 %      Primary reduc-       100 % out-     at the actuator    the gearbox           in seconds for
             boxes      [Nm]       [Nm]          [Nm]       tion gear            put torque     [Nm]               output2 [Nm]          90° swing angle3
             GS 50.3    250        350           500        –                    SA 07.1             10 – 30            167 – 501        17 – 192
             GS 63.3    500        700           1,000      –                    SA 07.5             20 – 60            326 – 978        17 – 192
             GS 80.3    1,000       1,400        2,000      –                    SA 07.5             20 – 60           364 – 1,092       18 – 199
                                                            –                    SA 10.1            40 – 120           784 – 2,244       17 – 195
                                                            VZ 2.3               SA 07.5             20 – 60           856 – 2,568       21 – 472
             GS 100.3   2,000      2,800         4,000
                                                            VZ 3.3               SA 07.5             20 – 60          1,080 – 3,240      19 – 600
                                                            VZ 4.3               SA 07.5             20 – 60          1,414 – 4,242      17 – 780
                                                            –                    SA 14.1            100 – 250         1,920 – 4,800      17 – 195
                                                            VZ 2.3               SA 10.1            40 – 120          1,760 – 5,280      21 – 472
             GS 125.3   4,000      5,600         8,000
                                                            VZ 3.3               SA 10.1            40 – 120          2 240 – 6 720      19 – 600
                                                            VZ 4.3               SA 07.5             20 – 60           1,454 – 4,362     17 – 780
                        100%       140%          175%
                        [Nm]       [Nm]          [Nm]
                                                            –                    SA   14.5         200 – 500        4;200 – 10,500       18   –   203
             GS 160.3   8,000      11,250        14,000     GZ   160.3 4:1       SA   10.1         40 – 120          3,040 – 9 120       18   –   818
                                                            GZ   160.3 8:1       SA   07.5          20 – 60          3,100 – 9,300       37   –   829
                                                            –                    SA   16.1        400 – 1,000       8,280 – 20,700       18   –   199
                                                            GZ   200.3   4:1     SA   14.1         100 – 250        7,500 – 18,750       18   –   803
             GS 200.3   16,000     22,500        28,000     GZ   200.3   8:1     SA   10.1         40 – 120         6,080 – 18,240       36   –   814
                                                            GZ   200.3   16:1    SA   07.5          20 – 60         5,360 – 16,080       72   –   810
                                                            GZ   200.3   16:1    SA   10.1         40 – 120         10,720 – 32,160      72   –   810
                                                            –                    SA   25.1        630 – 2,000       12,789 – 40,600      24   –   195
                                                            GZ   250.3 4:1       SA   14.5         200 – 500        14,800 – 37,000      25   –   788
             GS 250.3   32,000     45,000        56,000
                                                            GZ   250.3 8:1       SA   14.1         100 – 250        14,400 – 36,000      34   –   773
                                                            GZ   250.3 16:1      SA   14.1         100 – 250        26,300 – 65,750      71   –   795
                        100%       140 %
                        [Nm]       [Nm]
                                                            –                    SA   30.1      1,250 – 4,000       29,875 – 95,600      25 – 50
                                                            GZ   30 8:1          SA   14.5        200 – 500         32,400 – 81,000      35 – 289
             GS 315     63,000     90,000
                                                            GZ   30 16:1         SA   14.1        100 – 250         32,500 – 81,250      71 – 283
                                                            GZ   30 32:1         SA   10.1         40 – 120         26,000 – 78,000      141 – 283
                                                            –                    SA   35.1      2,500 – 8,000      60,750 – 194,400      37 – 51
                                                            GZ   35 8:1          SA   16.1       400 – 1,000       66,000 – 165,000      36 – 295
             GS 400     125,000    180,000
                                                            GZ   35 16:1         SA   14.5        200 – 500        66,200 – 165,500      72 – 288
                                                            GZ   35 32:1         SA   14.1        100 – 250        66,100 – 165,250      144 – 288
                                                            –                    SA   40.1      5,000 – 16,000     117,000 – 374,400     35 – 49
                                                            GZ   40 16:1         SA   16.1       400 – 1,000       127,200 – 318,000     69 – 390
             GS 500     250,000    360,000
                                                            GZ   40 32:1         SA   14.5        200 – 500        127,200 – 318,000     139 – 277
                                                            GZ   40/GZ 16 64:1   SA   14.1        100 – 250        114,700 – 286,750     277 – 399
         1
              The lifetime of the gearbox mainly depends on the load. Various torque ranges were determined to account for the different numbers of opera-
              tions depending on the application.
         2
              The maximum permissible output torque of the worm gearboxes has to be observed.
         3
              Fixed operating times, where each operating time is 1.4 times longer than the previous




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Multi-turn actuator – part-turn gearbox                      Lifetime of the combinations
combinations for modulating duty                                The lifetime of the combinations is determined by the life-
   Part-turn gearboxes used for modulating duty require a    time of the gearboxes.
worm wheel made of bronze instead of the standard spheroi-
dal cast iron version.                                                         Operating cycles (OPEN - CLOSE - OPEN) for
                                                                               swivel movements of 90° (max. 100°) and a
  The data slightly differs from that for modulating duty.    Gearboxes        maximum output torque of
                                                                               100 %       140 %       175 %      200 %
                                                              GS 50.3          15,000      5,000       –          1,000
                                                              GS 63.3          15,000      5,000       –          1,000
                                                              GS 80.3          15,000      5,000       –          1,000
                                                              GS 100.3         15,000      5,000       –          1,000
                                                              GS 125.3         15,000      5,000       –          1,000
                                                              GS 160.3         15,000      5,000       1 000      –
                                                              GS 200.3         15,000      5,000       1,000      –
                                                              GS 250.3         10,000      3,000       750        –
                                                              GS 315           7,500       2,500       –          –
                                                              GS 400           4,000       1,200       –          –
                                                              GS 500           4,000       1,200       –          –
                                                             Modulating duty
                                                                For modulating duty, the number of guaranteed modulat-
                                                             ing steps is also important for the lifetime.
                                                               For gearboxes with worm wheel made of bronze, AUMA
                                                             guarantees a lifetime of 2.5 million modulating steps.




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     Certificates

         EU directives                                                Final inspection record
     Declaration of incorporation in accordance with                     After assembly all actuators and gearboxes are thoroughly
     Machinery Directive                                              tested according to AUMA’s inspection specification. In addi-
        According to this EU directive, AUMA actuators, actuator      tion, the limit switching of the actuator is calibrated. The pro-
     controls and valve gearboxes are not complete machines. This     cedure is recorded on the final inspection record.
     means that a Declaration of conformity in accordance with
     the Machinery Directive cannot be issued by AUMA. AUMA’s
     Declaration of Incorporation confirms that during the design     Where can I get the certificates?
     stage of the devices, the standards mentioned in the Machin-        All certificates and records are provided by AUMA on
     ery Directive were applied. The Declarations of Incorporation    request either as a hard or digital copy.
     are included in the operation instructions of the devices.          The documents can be downloaded from the AUMA
         Only by mounting the devices to other components             website around the clock; some of them are password pro-
     (valves, pipelines etc.) a ‘machine’ within the meaning of the   tected.
     directive is formed. Before commissioning this machine a Cer-    ■   www.auma.com
     tificate of Conformity must be issued.

     Certificate of conformity in accordance with Low
     Voltage, EMC, and ATEX directive
         AUMA actuators fulfil the requirements of these EU direc-
     tives, which has been proved in extensive tests. Therefore
     AUMA offers a Declaration of Conformity.



     Compulsory marking with CE mark
       AUMA products meet the requirements of the mentioned
     EU directives. The name plate is therefore marked with the
     CE mark.




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Literature

Further literature
Brochures
■   Product description
    Electric multi-turn actuators for OPEN-CLOSE and modulat-
    ing duty
■   Product description
    Part-turn gearboxes
■

    Actuator controls AUMA MATIC
■

    Actuator controls AUMATIC

Technical data
■   Multi-turn actuators for open-close duty with 3-phase AC
    motors
    SA 07.1 – SA 48.1
■



                                                                   The latest issues of all documentation can be downloaded
■   Multi-turn actuators for open-close duty with 3-phase AC    as PDF files from www.auma.com.
    motors
    SAEx 25.1 – SAEx 40.1
■   Multi-turn actuators for modulating duty with 3-phase AC
    motors
    SAR 07.1 – SAR 30.1
■   Multi-turn actuators for modulating duty with 3-phase AC
    motors
    SARExC 07.1 – SARExC 16.1
■   Part-turn gearboxes
    GS 50.3 – GS 250.3
    Worm wheel made of spheroidal cast iron
■   Part-turn gearboxes
    GS 50.3 – GS 250.3
    Worm wheel made of bronze
■   Part-turn gearboxes
    GS 315 – GS 500
    Worm wheel made of spheroidal cast iron
■   Part-turn gearboxes
    GS 315 – GS 500
    Worm wheel made of bronze
   In addition, there are electrical data sheets, dimension
sheets, proposed wiring diagrams and wiring diagrams avail-
able.




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     The actuator specialist

        At AUMA, everything revolves around the electric actuator.      Quality is not just a matter of trust
     In a world where industrial processes have become increas-           Actuators must be reliable and dependable. They deter-
     ingly complex, concentration is an asset – while still being       mine the cycle of accurately defined work processes.
     able to see the bigger picture.
                                                                           But reliability does not begin in production. It begins with
        AUMA has to cope with a multitude of requirements from          a well thought out design and careful selection of materials.
     the most different applications and from every corner of the       This continues with conscientious production.
     world - this is our daily business. We rise to this challenge by
                                                                           At AUMA, quality management is monitored on a daily
     pursuing a clear but flexible product policy – supplying the
                                                                        basis. Numerous customer and independent audits, backed
     ideal actuator to every customer.
                                                                        by ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certification confirm these high
        For this purpose, you have to know your markets. Thinking       standards.
     globally means acting regionally. A comprehensive worldwide
     sales and service network ensures that there is a competent
     local contact for every customer.
         Since 1964, AUMA has established an excellent brand
     name in the world of actuators. Reliability and innovation are
     concepts which are closely linked with AUMA. This is above
     all to be credited to AUMA’s dedicated employees who work
     enthusiastically on the future of the actuator.




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Index

A                              P
Ambient temperatures       9   Painting                    10
Anti-backdrive device      7   Part-turn gearboxes          7

C                              Primary reduction gearing    7

CE mark                   14   S
Colour                    10   Self-braking                 7
Corrosion protection      10   Self-locking                 7

D                              Short-time duty              5

Duty types                 5   V
E                              Valve attachment            11

EMC directive             14
Enclosure protection IP    9
EU directives             14
Explosion protection      10

F
Functional test           14

G
Gearbox versions           8

I
Integral controls          6
Intermittent duty          5

L
Lifetime                  13
Literature                15

M
Modulating duty            5
Mounting positions         8
Multi-turn actuators       7




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     AUMA worldwide



     Europe                                 ERICHS ARMATUR AB                                 Africa
                                            SE-20039 Malmö
     AUMA Riester GmbH & Co. KG             Tel +46 40 311550                                 AUMA South Africa (Pty) Ltd.
     Plant Müllheim                         info@erichsarmatur.se                             ZA-1560 Springs
                                            www.erichsarmatur.se                              Tel +27 11 3632880
     DE-79373 Müllheim                                                                        aumasa@mweb.co.za
     Tel +49 7631 809 - 0                   GRØNBECH & SØNNER A/S
     riester@auma.com                       DK-2450 København SV                              A.T.E.C.
     www.auma.com                           Tel +45 33 26 63 00                               EG- Cairo
     Plant Ostfildern-Nellingen             GS@g-s.dk                                         Tel +20 2 23599680 - 23590861
     DE-73747 Ostfildern                    www.g-s.dk                                        atec@intouch.com
     Tel +49 711 34803 - 0                  IBEROPLAN S.A.
     riester@wof.auma.com                   ES-28027 Madrid
     Service Center Cologne                 Tel +34 91 3717130
     DE-50858 Köln                          iberoplan@iberoplan.com
     Tel +49 2234 2037 - 9000
     Service@sck.auma.com
                                            D. G. Bellos & Co. O.E.
     Service Center Magdeburg               GR-13671 Acharnai Athens
                                            Tel +30 210 2409485
     DE-39167 Niederndodeleben              info@dgbellos.gr
     Tel +49 39204 759 - 0
     Service@scm.auma.com                   SIGURD SØRUM A. S.
     Service Center Bavaria                 NO-1300 Sandvika
     DE-85386 Eching                        Tel +47 67572600
     Tel +49 81 65 9017- 0                  post@sigurd-sorum.no
     Riester@scb.auma.com                   INDUSTRA
     AUMA Armaturenantriebe GmbH            PT-2710-297 Sintra
     AT-2512 Tribuswinkel                   Tel +351 2 1910 95 00
     Tel +43 2252 82540                     jpalhares@tyco-valves.com
     office@auma.at                         MEGA Endüstri Kontrol Sistemieri Tic. Ltd. Sti.
     www.auma.at                            TR-06810 Ankara
     AUMA (Schweiz) AG                      Tel +90 312 217 32 88
     CH-8965 Berikon                        megaendustri@megaendustri.com.tr
     Tel +41 566 400945                     CTS Control Limited Liability Company
     RettichP.ch@auma.com                   UA-02099 Kiyiv
     AUMA Servopohony spol. s.r.o.          Tel +38 044 566-9971, -8427
     CZ-10200 Praha 10                      v_polyakov@cts.com.ua
     Tel +420 272 700056 / 704125
     auma-s@auma.cz
     www.auma.cz
     OY AUMATOR AB
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     auma@aumator.fi
     www.aumator.fi
     AUMA France S.A.R.L.
     FR-95157 Taverny Cedex
     Tel +33 1 39327272
     info@auma.fr
     www.auma.fr
     AUMA ACTUATORS Ltd.
     GB- Clevedon North Somerset BS21 6QH
     Tel +44 1275 871141
     mail@auma.co.uk
     www.auma.co.uk
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     info@auma.it
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     for mail: 124365 Moscow a/ya 11
     Tel +7 495 221 64 28
     aumarussia@auma.ru
     www.auma.ru




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AUMA ACTUATORS INC.                       AUMA Actuators (Tianjin) Co., Ltd.       BARRON GJM Pty. Ltd.
US-PA 15317 Canonsburg                    CN-300457 Tianjin                        AU-NSW 1570 Artarmon
Tel +1 724-743-AUMA (2862)                Tel +86 22 6625 1310                     Tel +61 294361088
mailbox@auma-usa.com                      mailbox@auma-china.com                   info@barron.com.au
www.auma-usa.com                          www.auma-china.com                       www.barron.com.au
AUMA Chile Respresentative Office         AUMA (INDIA) PRIVATE LIMITED
CL-9500414 Buin                           IN-560 058 Bangalore
Tel +56 2 821 4108                        Tel +91 80 2839 4655
aumachile@adsl.tie.cl                     info@auma.co.in
LOOP S. A.                                www.auma.co.in
AR-C1140ABP Buenos Aires                  AUMA JAPAN Co., Ltd.
Tel +54 11 4307 2141                      JP-210-0848 Kawasaki-ku,
contacto@loopsa.com.ar                    Kawasaki-shi Kanagawa
Asvotec Termoindustrial Ltda.             Tel +81 44 329 1061
BR-13190-000 Monte Mor/ SP.               mailbox@auma.co.jp
Tel +55 19 3879 8735                      www.auma.co.jp
atuador.auma@asvotec.com.br               AUMA ACTUATORS (Singapore) Pte Ltd.
TROY-ONTOR Inc.                           SG-569551 Singapore
CA-L4N 5E9 Barrie Ontario                 Tel +65 6 4818750
Tel +1 705 721-8246                       sales@auma.com.sg
troy-ontor@troy-ontor.ca                  www.auma.com.sg
MAN Ferrostaal de Colombia Ltda.          Al Ayman Industrial. Eqpts
CO- Bogotá D.C.                           AE- Dubai
Tel +57 1 401 1300                        Tel +971 4 3682720
dorian.hernandez@manferrostaal.com        auma@emirates.net.ae
www.manferrostaal.com                     PERFECT CONTROLS Ltd.
PROCONTIC Procesos y Control Automático   HK- Tsuen Wan, Kowloon
EC- Quito                                 Tel +852 2493 7726
Tel +593 2 292 0431                       joeip@perfectcontrols.com.hk
info@procontic.com.ec                     DW Controls Co., Ltd.
IESS de Mexico, S.A. de C.V.              KR-153-803 Seoul Korea
MX-C.P. 02900 Mexico D.F.                 Tel +82 2 2113 1100
Tel +52 55 55 56 1701                     sichoi@actuatorbank.com
informes@iess.com.mx                      www.actuatorbank.com
Corsusa International S.A.C.              Al-Arfaj Engineering Co WLL
PE- Miralflores - Lima                    KW-22004 Salmiyah
Tel +511444-1200 / 0044 / 2321            Tel +965 481-7448
corsusa@corsusa.com                       info@arfajengg.com
www.corsusa.com                           www.arfajengg.com
PASSCO Inc.                               Petrogulf W.L.L
PR-00936-4153 San Juan                    QA- Doha
Tel +18 09 78 77 20 87 85                 Tel +974 4350 151
Passco@prtc.net                           pgulf@qatar.net.qa
Suplibarca                                Sunny Valves and Intertrade Corp. Ltd.
VE- Maracaibo Estado, Zulia               TH-10120 Yannawa Bangkok
Tel +58 261 7 555 667                     Tel +66 2 2400656
suplibarca@intercable.net.ve              sunnyvalves@inet.co.th
                                          www.sunnyvalves.co.th/
                                          Top Advance Enterprises Ltd.
                                          TW- Jhonghe City Taipei Hsien (235)
                                          Tel +886 2 2225 1718
                                          support@auma-taiwan.com.tw
                                          www.auma-taiwan.com.tw




                                                                                   2008-05-13




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                                 [1] Multi-turn actuators
                                 SA 07.1 – SA 48.1
                                 Torques from 10 to 32,000 Nm
                                 Output speeds from 4 to 180 rpm

                                 [2] Multi-turn actuators SA/SAR
                                 with controls AUMATIC
                                 Torques from 10 to 1,000 Nm                         [5] Part-turn actuators SA/GS
                                 Output speeds from 4 to 180 rpm                     Combination of multi-turn actuator SA with
                                                                                     part-turn gearbox GS
                                 [3] Linear actuators SA/LE                          Torques up to 675,000 Nm
                                 Combination of multi-turn actuator SA
                                 with linear thrust unit LE                          [6] Bevel gearboxes
                                 Thrusts from                                        GK 10.2 – GK 40.2
                                 4 kN to 217 kN                                      Torques up to 16,000 Nm
                                 Strokes up to 500 mm
                                 Linear speeds                                       [7] Spur gearboxes
                                 from 20 to 360 mm/min                               GST 10.1 – GST 40.1
                                                                                     Torques up to 16,000 Nm
                                 [4] Part-turn actuators
                                 SG 05.1 – SG 12.1                                   [8] Worm gearboxes with base and lever
                                 Torques from 100 to 1,200 Nm                        GF 50.3 – GF 250.3
                                 Operating times for 90° from 4 to 180 s             Torques up to 32,000 Nm



AUMA Riester GmbH & Co. KG
P.O. Box 1362
D-79379 Muellheim
Tel +49 7631-809-0
Fax +49 7631-809-1250
riester@auma.com




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                                 Subject to change without notice.
                                 The product features and technical data provided do not express or imply any warranty.
Certificate Registration No.
     12 100/104 4269             Y000.347/003/en/1.08


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