Actuator Rebuilding

Preventative maintenance to extend the life of electric actuators

Action Automation leverages decades of experience to develop thorough actuator rebuilding procedures to meet manufacturer standards and ensure effective unit operation. The Action Automation minimum standard for electric actuator preventative maintenance includes:

  • 1Pre-Repair baseline actuator run testing
  • 2Wiring terminations noted and marked
  • 3Complete disassembly of the operator to the smallest component
  • 4Degrease and cleaning all actuator housings and all internal parts
  • 5Thorough inspection and documentation of all “as found” conditions
  • 6Chase threads of all tapped holes
  • 7Bench testing of torque and limit switches
  • 8Run testing and meggering motors to insure proper continuity
  • 9Take reference measurements and check calibration of spring packs
  • 10Replace all gaskets, seals and ball bearings
  • 11Reassembly of actuators using the appropriate grease ,EP-0
  • 12Final bench testing of actuator, primer and paint housings
  • 13Proper disposal of old grease or oil
  • 14Provide documentation of all work performed
  • 15Warranty on all supplied parts and labor for a period of one year

Actuators come into our shops after years of neglect without proper lubrication and in disrepair, and leave looking and functioning like new equipment. The Action Automation difference lies in our investment in skilled technicians, cleaning equipment, and attention to detail. When buying new equipment is not a viable economic option rebuilding existing actuators is a solid choice.

Please contact us with any requests or questions regarding actuator rebuilding.

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