WORLD'S MOST COMPACT, EFFICIENT, ACCURATE
Quarter Turn Pneumatic Valve Actuators
Easytork's spring-less internal fail-safe reservoir technology is the most innovative advancement in valve actuation in 50+ years, directly replacing spring return actuators.
Designed with engineers and operators in mind to best optimize their processes and to keep them reliable.
Easytork’s quarter turn pneumatic valve actuators are the simple solution to chronic and complex process control problems.Learn How It Works
Rugged High Quality Pneumatic Rotary Vane Type Actuator for Industrial and Municipal Markets
Best in Class Actuator for Rotary Control Valves - More Efficient and Accurate than Spring & Diaphragms
Spring-less Fail-Safe Reservoir
This simple patented solution creates a new spectrum of efficiencies to best optimize your process and solve chronic & complex problems.
How Does Our Spring-less Actuator Work?
Air reservoir tanks are commonly used to emergency shutdown (ESD) mission critical valves that would otherwise be too large with springs. Easytork’s quarter turn pneumatic valve actuators utilize an internal air reservoir to ensure valve closure, improving on the way springs in a spring return actuator do. When there is air failure, the pressurized air stored in the reservoir is released to drive the actuator to its fail position.
Proven to Improve, Simplify, and Bring Peace of Mind to Your ProcessLearn More
Springless Internal Air Reservoir
Safest and most predictable actuator to operate
Simplistic - One Moving Part
Reliability, durability, and accuracy guaranteed
Multiple Functions in One Unit
One SKU for double acting, fail open, fail close, modulating
Direct Mounts to Most Valves
Multiple ISO/non-ISO flanges with adaptable shafts/inserts
Most Compact and Efficient
Smallest, lightest, fastest, most cost efficient
Top Tier Modulation Accuracy & Speed
<0.05% repeatability for control valve applications
An End User's Three-Year (and On-Going) Journey with Easytork:
Topic 1: Size and weight - Read
“I am a believer in these actuators… I am certain there are others out there who have been looking for the same solution."
Topic 2: Dirty or wet environment - Read
Topic 3: Ease of use - Read
Topic 4: Accuracy for control valve - Read
Topic 5: Where the end-user is today with actuation - Read
Fugitive Emissions Reduction:
Easytork's design allows for significant actuator emission reduction from pneumatic systems
Corrosive & Dirty Environment:
How Easytork actuators thrived in a challenging actuation application while reducing total cost of ownership by over 77% for a mining operator
How Easytork compact actuators significantly reduce valve actuation footprint in skids and mobile units
Water / Municipal Systems:
Using water to drive Easytork actuators
Easytork is the sole warrantor of the ECA product and is NOT affiliated or endorsed by Fisher, or any other Emerson Process Management Company
Headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, Easytork manufactures quarter turn pneumatic rotary valve actuators for users worldwide in a wide variety of markets such as oil & gas, chemical, aerospace, power generation, water/municipal, general industrial, etc. Our patented spring-less internal air reservoir vane design makes our pneumatic actuator the most compact, efficient, and accurate in the world for isolation valves and for modulation control valves.
There has been no technological advancement in pneumatic actuation in over 50 years. Process users shouldn't have to cater to half century old actuation technology in order to meet their modern challenges. We were founded to establish a better generation of actuation - our products are designed with process users in mind first and foremost, improving and simplifying their process controls while maximizing savings and efficiencies for their facilities. Our customer service and support philosophy, much like our product, is to make our customers' lives easy by providing the highest level of attention and support. Easytork is ISO 9001:2015 certified.
Pneumatic Rotary Actuators for Valve Automation Handbook
We wrote this in-depth guide to help process operators and engineers independently make the best valve actuation choices based on their specific application requirements. Second Edition, 2022 Version.