Electric actuators transform electrical energy into kinetic energy in either a single linear direction or a rotating motion. They are an essential component of numerous applications across numerous sectors and automate manual valve actions to increase productivity.
Electric actuators come in both rod-style and rodless varieties, with or without drives and motors. There are four places for mounting motors parallel to the actuator or axially behind the actuator body.Many different industrial applications use electric actuators.
Dispensing and a variety of jointing techniques are available in the automobile industry for driverless transport vehicles, including welding, riveting, and glueing. Production of PET bottles, filling and labelling equipment, and robotic applications like milking robots are all used in the food and beverage business.
They are extensively utilised in the packaging industry and in material handling for tasks like servo presses and clamping.Their usage in robotics, electronics and electronic assembly, machine tools, and many other fields is made possible by their advantages in accuracy, flexibility, and low operating costs.
The Brazil EV actuators market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
For the first time, ZF claims that its platform-based fourth-generation brake actuator technology provides OEMs with “substantial safety and cost efficiency benefits.”
Our new brake actuator platform, which meets the highest safety and quality standards, offers OEMs a number of performance and efficiency benefits, including cost and variant reduction.
ZF’s braking chamber range with platform approach supports all models of ev trucks, ev buses, and ev trailers. With a focus on design-to-cost, the revamp expands on Wabco’s brake actuation technology.
Through standardisation, the platform makes economies of scale possible.Component sizes and weights have also decreased, requiring less room and providing better mounting flexibility.
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