Electric Actuator

AUMA SA07.5-F10 Electric Multi Turn Valve Actuator

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  • Model:
    SA07 7.5-F10
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  • UPC:
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Industry Surplus Australia is based in Perth, Australia and specialises in surplus goods from the military, mining and medical industries. We proudly stand by our reputation and encourage you to review our Feedback.

On offer is a:


"Actuators of the SA type range for open-close duty are rated for short-time duty S2 - 15 min.

Design features:

  • Torque range from 10 Nm to 32,000 Nm
  • Output speeds from 4 to 180 rpm
  • Limit and torque sensing
  • Available with 3-ph AC, 1-ph AC and DC motors
  • Handwheel for manual operation
  • High enclosure protection
  • High quality corrosion protection
  • Wide ambient temperature ranges
  • Electrical connection via AUMA plug/socket connector (optionally terminals)
  • Cable entries in different versions
  • Output drive types according to ISO and DIN standards"


  • Condition: New
  • Type: Electric Multi Turn Valve Actuator
  • Make: AUMA
  • Model: SA 07.5-F10
  • Serial: 3105MD95899
  • Comm: 13009449
  • Options: Tandem Limit Switches, Reduction Gearing, Mechanical Position Indicator,
  • Motor: AD00 63-2/80, 1.6kW, 2800rpm
  • Speed: 63rpm
  • Force: 20-60Nm
  • Housing: IP67
  • Documentation: Yes
  • Weight: 26.2kg

The unit is sold with a Works on Arrival Warranty.

Please contact me if you need technical help, better photos or User Manuals:

..... Nevan, Industry Surplus Australia

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