Polish expansion for electric actuation

A series of recent water sector contracts secured in Poland by SIPOS Aktorik confirm growth in the country’s requirement for electric actuation products. Expansion and upgrades of Polish utilities include the Belchatow water treatment plant and waste water treatment plants at Sieniawa and Siedlce. An ability to counter the damaging impact of water hammer and dedication to service/support were common selection themes. SIPOS actuators were chosen for Belchatow because of the company’s ability to support the scheme’s large scale emergency valves and capability to address water hammer. Modernisation of the Sieniawa plant, which was originally built over twenty years ago, includes a full scale automation upgrade with SIPOS’ open-close actuators featuring Profibus DP. Variable speed functionality was cited as one of the reasons for selecting SIPOS for the installation.
The third recent water industry application for SIPOS in Poland is the waste water plant at Siedlce. Soft start/speed reduction, a Polish menu, fieldbus capability, high service standards and the actuator’s aluminium cover were listed among the selection criteria for SIPOS’ products. Grzegorz Cieśla, Marcin Szybiak and Kamil Gaweł, engineers at SIPOS’ partner AUMA Poland, support the expansion of the application of the company’s services there.
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