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Halogen Valve Systems

Address 17961 Sky Park Circle, Suite A, Irvine, CA, 92614, US
Phone 877-476-4222
Fax 949-261-5033
Email [email protected]
Website halogenvalve.com

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Emergency toxic gas shutoff system

Eclipse Actuators quickly close toxic gas valves on 150-pound and ton cylinders in less than one second when activated by remote sensors. These electronic actuators are “close only devices” requiring an operator to visit the site to determine the cause of the problem. The operator can then correct the condition, check the facility, and then manually reset the valve before restarting the gas system. The Eclipse is a battery-operated actuator and allows an operator or remote gas sensor to shutoff leaking toxic gas without requiring the operator to enter the hazardous atmosphere. The chlorine valve can be opened or closed manually with the actuator installed and ready to operate. The Eclipse actuators are easily installed on existing, standard ton or cylinder hardware and can be tested by the operator on-site to assure correct operation.

Manage up to six valve actuators easily

The Hexacon Model II control system quickly closes up to six Eclipse actuators on toxic gas cylinder and ton container valves by remote contact switches.
The Model II microprocessor system applies 30 foot-pounds of torque for test closures and 50 foot-pounds of torque for emergency closures of cylinder valves.
All Fire Codes recognize and approve the “automatic-closing fail-safe shutoff valve” system in lieu of a scrubber. With a SCADA option the system provides actuator closure status and error codes to quickly analyze problems and to take corrective action. Use the Hexacon shutoff system to secure facilities 24/7.

Toxic gas shut-off system

Eclipse Actuators quickly close toxic gas valves on 150-pound and ton cylinders in less than one second when activated by remote sensors. These electronic actuators are “close only devices” requiring an operator to visit the site to determine the cause of the problem. The operator can then correct the condition, check the facility, and then manually reset the valve before restarting the gas system.