LINAK® produces electric linear actuators to create smooth movement in a variety of applications from agriculture to healthcare.
In December 2005, the company introduced the compact LA36 actuator, designed to operate under extreme conditions including temperatures from 149 to -22 degrees F.
“In December 2018, the LA36 actuator earned Class II, Division I, Group F and G, IECEx, and ATEX approvals, making it a very strong alternative to pneumatic, hydraulic, and AC gear motor solutions,” says Senior Regional Sales Manager Randy Bowman. “It has many control options and is available in explosion-proof and non-explosion-proof options.”
“This actuator is available in various strengths, speeds, and stroke lengths, and there are multiple communication and control options, including positioning feedback,” adds Bowman. “We can supply these actuators for applications worldwide, and LINAK is a highly reliable supplier.”
Reprinted form GRAIN JOURNAL March/April 2019 Issue