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custom actuators

Throughout the years we have found that each industry and manufacturer is different. In many cases the available actuators present configurations that do not match the requirements of the client, who needs devices specifically adapted to their application. It is essential, then, that we develop custom actuators.

Our principles for the supply of custom actuators are:

  • Compact design
  • Top-notch quality
  • Solutions in accordance with the requested features
  • Meeting your goals
  • Strict adherence to deadlines

Scalable design

At REGNER® we create custom linear actuators to meet the specific requirements for applications of all kinds. Depending on the functions and components required for the application, our engineers can swiftly develop the desired custom actuator.

Thanks to a scalable design that allows us to model and simulate the operation of our solutions, we are able customize any of the features of our linear actuators without compromising the quality of the services offered.

Excellent position control

REGNER® designs and manufactures custom linear actuators with a wide range of options:

  • Actuators with excellent position control systems.
  • Actuators with analog signal emission through a potentiometer for absolute position control.
  • Actuators with digital signal emission through a Hall sensor for relative position control.
  • Actuators with limit switches.
  • Actuators with adjustable magnetic sensors for end-of-stroke signals.

Approved after comprehensive testing

During development, REGNER® invests a lot of time and effort in verifying that the electrical devices work at the required quality level.

REGNER® products undergo rigorous and reliable testing procedures and verification processes to guarantee their functionality. Linear actuators must endure:

  • Electrical testing
  • Environmental testing
  • Mechanical testing
  • Fatigue testing

It should be noted that, at REGNER®, we perform fatigue tests on benches developed in-house. This makes it possible to subject actuators to forces of varying magnitudes and directions repeated in a frequency of cycles suited to the needs of the target application.

Mass production starts only after each of these tests has been passed.