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Curtiss-Wright Exlar Tritex EVA

March 27, 2024
The Exlar Tritex EVA is certified for use in hazardous locations.

Curtiss-Wright’s Exlar Tritex EVA electric valve actuator is designed to provide valve control in the process and oil & gas industries. 

Key features of the electric valve actuator include:

  • compact design integrating servo drive, motor, and roller screw actuator
  • fast valve close times in as little as 1 second
  • Modbus RTU communications for remote operation and monitoring
  • CSA Class 1, Division 2 (C1D2) Hazardous Location certification.

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