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AUMA installs electric actuators at Wyoming water plant

AUMA installs electric actuators at Wyoming water plant

August 20, 2015 - AUMA installed electric actuators at at the Shoshone Municipal Water Treatment Plant located in Cody, Wyoming. An initial assessment was conducted by AUMA Actuators, Inc. and valve supplier Intermountain Valves & Controls (IVC). The scope of the project that was determined included replacing existing actuators and retrofitting more than 50 AUMA intelligent actuators to butterfly valves.

AUMA services included the onsite mounting of actuation technology and training Shoshone operatives. Key factors in selection of AUMA products included the company’s modular concept which simplifies on-site upgrades, the ability to combine the actuators with 7 m long extensions submerged in the filter basin and the availability of GS part-turn gearboxes, which automate large scale butterfly and ball valves.

Managed by the Shoshone Municipal Pipeline – Shoshone Municipal Water Joint Powers Board, the water treatment plant has a capacity of 23 Million cubic meters per annum. The pipeline, supported by contractors including AUMA, works to exacting standards to operate and maintain its plant and transmission pipelines to produce a reliable and cost effective water supply that exceeds US EPA standards.

AUMA Actuators Inc. is headquartered near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Full AUMA services are provided backed by a network of support throughout North America: regional offices are based in the Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Gulf Coast and West Coast. Representatives and distributors are located throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.

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