TruTorq specializes in the production of pneumatic, hydraulic and electro-hydraulic actuators and equipment dedicated to the Oil & Gas sector, from production to processing, distribution, and storage of products.
We have over 30 years experience in the production of carbon steel Scotch Yoke heavy duty valves and actuators, supplying the petrochemical industry around the world.

The essential features of our Oil & Gas actuators

Due to the nature of this sector, actuators must be safe, durable and resistant.
All our products dedicated to the Oil & Gas industry are in fact Scotch Yoke made of carbon steel and designed to withstand particular environments, under extreme pressure. While necessary, they require a low maintenance frequency so as to optimize time and resources.
The automation technologies integrated in the Scotch Yoke actuators are also highly precise, suitable for automating large-diameter ball and butterfly valves and thus always comply with the Customer’s needs.

As fundamental parts of each plant on which the operation of the entire network depends, actuators must be designed down to the smallest detail, to ensure:

  • Durability
  • Resistance
  • Safety
  • Easy maintenance

To guarantee the high technological quality of its Scotch Yoke actuators, TruTorq Italia collaborated with the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Brescia for specific in-depth studies regarding the resistance of welds and loads.

Types of actuators for Oil & Gas

The actuators that TruTorq produces for the Oil & Gas sector are available for the following types:

  • Pneumatic actuators
  • Hydraulic Actuators
  • Electro-hydraulic actuators

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Case history

TEG Bulbuceni

Valves mounted in the wrong position Sector: Oil & Gas Customer: Petrom (OVM group) Location: Romania Products: Heavy duty spring return pneumatic actuators. Problem During the construction of the plant, two valves were mounted in the wrong position, the positions of one normally open and one normally closed were reversed by the company that carried... (continue)