Using Belimo Actuators To Retrofit Existing Valves and Dampers: Clip 3 of 4





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Uploaded on Feb 11, 2010

Using Belimo Actuators To Retrofit Existing Valves and Dampers: Clip 3 of 4. Recorded webinar from Industrial Controls with speakers Wesley Fagan and Robert Siegel. February 11, 2010.

Topics Include:
*Which valves and dampers can be retrofit?
*How to retrofit globe, butterfly and ball valves
*How to convert pneumatic applications to electronic
*How to select retrofit equipment
*How to replace fire and smoke actuators

Damaged linkages and/or actuators resulting in non-functioning HVAC system applications, used to mean a loss of properly functioning systems leading to a degradation of energy efficiency, consumer comfort, time, and labor. Replacing a valve along with the actuator, or trying to determine how to fix an airside linkage, is not always a sensible solution. Taking a system off-line to replace various components is not only laborious, it's expensive. Facilities can lose thousands of dollars a day during maintenance shut-down.

With retrofit solutions, this problem simply goes away. Valves and Damper applications can be quickly and conveniently restored without any interruption in service. In fact, entire systems can often be updated in a day. A poorly functioning or even non-functioning system can be transformed into a high functioning, more efficient system.


Wesley Fagan is a salesman at Industrial Controls' New York City office. He has worked with commercial controls for 17 years and is an instructor for local 638.

Robert Siegel has been conducting training classes for Belimo for 6 years. He has over 30 years experience troubleshooting and providing solutions for commercial applications.


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