This robust ChlorGuard model uses a telescopic drive mechanism which transfers torque to the valve upon closure. The patented stainless steel drive arm can be manufactured to many different lengths and configurations specific to the site requirements where a stainless steel stand is then used to fit the geared air motor and connect to the drive arm.
Where space is restricted, this ChlorGuard model uses a clamp drive mechanism which mounts horizontally to the drum valve and transfers torque directly upon valve closure. There are many different mounting arrangements depending on the valve being closed and we also offer customer solutions for new valve applications.
This compact solution uses the same drive arrangement as the DM model but mounts vertically onto cylinder valve applications. As with the DM model, the drive arrangement is very simple to place and remove onto the valve which does not impede operations of the gas feed equipment in any way.