Yes, The UniPro™ QT is designed for quarter-turn ball valves. There are various adapters available based on the valve manufacturer.
No, the UniPro™ Valve Closure System can be used on railcars for transporting pressurized gases and liquids. The only restriction is the railcar commodities must be transloaded from valves located on the top of the railcar.
Yes, there are models of the UniPro™ actuators designed for ethylene oxide. The actuator is constructed using non-sparking components, including the valve drive plate and dome clamp.
Yes, the UniPro™ LT Valve Closure System is manufactured with an adapter for the five-spoke anhydrous ammonia railcar valve.
No. As the name implies the UniPro™ Valve Closure System is a close-only system. It is manufactured to the recommendations of The Chlorine Institute, Inc.
The UniPro™ Valve Closure System operates using either compressed air or nitrogen. The pressure requirement is 90 psig at the actuator.
Yes, if the UniPro™ air receiver is included the reservoir makes the system “fail-safe”.
The events, or alarms, that result in the activation of the UniPro™ Valve Closure System are: loss of pressure, railcar movement, seismic event, signal from leak detection system or activation of the E-stop on the control panel or the remote E-Stop.