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ARGUS E25 ACTUATOR

01/10/2008 12:01 AM

Dear Sir,

We are facing the frequent problems in actuator operation of ARGUS E25. We are searching for the technical details catalogue and also for different models of actuators of E25,but we couldn't find anywhere in the web search and also in the manuals.

Can anybody please suggest for the possible websites.....

If anybody having the experience with this actuator, please share the trobleshootings.

with best wishes,

Swetha

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Re: ARGUS E25 ACTUATOR

01/10/2008 12:52 AM

Hello Guest Swetha,

To shorten searching time for your solution, please reply as soon as possible.

Could you advise further please.

What type is this actuator?

  1. Hydraulic
  2. Linear Motor
  3. Air ram/Pneumatic
  4. Gas-filled
  5. Magnetic
  6. Other - Specify please
  • Is there any indication of the Manufacturing Country for the Argus E25 Actuator?
  • Advise approximate age of Argus E25 actuator, or Machinery/Equipment that it is part of.
  • If the Argus E25 actuator is part of a larger piece of machinery, test equipment etc, please advise Make/Model/serial # of that Machine or equipment.

If you are able to respond with details, then we shall make earnest efforts for a good answer for your question.

Kind Regards...don't forget........

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Re: ARGUS E25 ACTUATOR

01/10/2008 4:04 AM

Sir,

Thank you for the reply.

Actuator is made in Germany,

Manufacturer: ARGUS FLOW Serve Flow Control GMBH

Part NO: 6201-0100-670502/G86

Date of Manufacturing: 03/06

Motor input: 220Vdc;0.95A, 205W, gear output-2.45 1/min, 500Nm, cycle time-100%,

control dc 24v, 1.5a, brake- dc 220v, heater-dc220v.

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Re: ARGUS E25 ACTUATOR

01/10/2008 4:39 AM

Thank you Swetha,

The Search starts with Mr Google's Fine Search Engine.

Google Search Terms as: ARGUS FLOW Serve Flow Control GMBH (Not bold letters, just each word separately).

That gives various Weblinks with all those words on them.

The obvious one, now we know which Country has made the article:

Here is a Webpage of a company Annual Report: http://sec.edgar-online.com/2003/03/21/0001047469-03-009671/Section43.asp

Exhibit 21.1

Flowserve Corporation

List of Subsidiaries

See first Section, 3rd from the bottom of that first Section: (Note format in this Post is different to webpage, but info re-shuffled to make clear for you)

Name of Subsidiary: Argus GmbH

Jurisdiction of Incorporation: Germany

Percentage Owned: 100%

Top left of webpage shows hyperlink: FLOWSERVE CORP (In blue underline)

But that links to a registration page,. so no use at all.

However we now can see the complete list of Flowserve subsidiaries, and then we try Google: Search Terms: Argus gmbH (Not bold letters, just the two words).

That gives us various Weblinks which list both Argus and gmbH (gmbH = Company in German Law)

Selecting the most obvious, we look at: http://goliath.ecnext.com/coms2/product-compint-0000474234-page.html

and this webpage then opens to give us the information we need:

Company Profile

Updated: 02-OCT-07

Argus GmbH and Company KG

International Private company
Rudolf-Plank-Str 2, Ettlingen, , Germany
()49 07243 1 03 0, 49 07243 1 03 222 fax, http://www.flowserve.com
Primary SIC: Industrial Valves, Primary NAICS: Industrial Valve Manufacturing

Description: Manufacturing: Mechanical engineering; ball valves for pipelines, chemical installations and power stations; control gear; hydraulic components including valves and couplings.

So now we have the actual webpage of Argus gmbh in Ettlingen, Germany, plus their phone, fax and email address.

we now go to the Argus Webpage: http://www.flowserve.com

which is really http://www.flowserve.com/eim/index.html

Look for Customer Support: http://www.flowserve.com/eim/CustomerSupport

Click on the link you need, to download information.

If you are still in trouble, phone, fax or email the Flowserve Argus Company, direct.

Time to do all this above was less than 38 seconds, the writing of this Post Reply took another 103 seconds.

There is no fee or charge to you, the pleasure is all mine, to help you.

After all, you will help others too.

Kind Regards, from far away....

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Re: ARGUS E25 ACTUATOR

01/10/2008 7:25 AM

Great answer, Sparky!

A good tutorial on search optimization. [score 1 for good answer]

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Re: ARGUS E25 ACTUATOR

11/20/2008 12:48 AM

So why u don't contact Flowserve / argus ettlingen?

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