OTC 2018 | 30. April – 03. May, Houston | Hall B, booth 3933-5

All Electric Subsea Valve Actuator with Condition Monitoring (SSEAC®).

WITTENSTEIN will present its dual channel Electric Subsea Actuator SSEAC® operating a 10‘‘ Subsea Valve.

Visit us at booth 3933-5, Hall B.

Should you wish to book a personal appointment in advance or if you have any other questions, please call Fabienne Laville-Isabey.

WITTENSTEIN’s SSEAC® (subsea electric actuator) operating a large bore high pressure subsea ball valve in a live demonstration monitoring of the valve. The SSEAC® is a qualified all-electric valve actuator from WITTENSTEIN motion control for subsea applications in the oil and gas industry. The SSEAC® has been developed to electrically actuate Choke, Gate, Control and Ball valves. It is qualified for 3,000 m water depth.

SSEAC® offers the following benefits in subsea and deepwater applications:

  • Environmental safety enhanced without hydraulics
  • Enhanced efficiency through faster response times
  • Improved preventative maintenance through Condition Monitoring
  • No hydraulics providing reduced umbilical size
  • Energy efficient reducing the Carbon Footprint of your installation

Highlights of the WITTENSTEIN Subsea Electric Actuator

  • Subsea Applications
  • Self checking-dual system
  • Condition monitoring of valve
  • High torque – High speed
  • Qualified to 3,000 m depth
  • Choke Gate and Ball Valve operation

Furthermore, in cooperation with SubCtech GmbH – manufacturer of Li-Ion subsea batteries and condition monitoring, we will exhibit their latest Li-Ion subsea battery system.

Fabienne Laville-Isabey - Marketing & Communication

Fabienne Laville-Isabey

Marketing & Communication

WITTENSTEIN motion control


SubCtech develops highly reliable, efficient and safe Li-Ion battery systems for the subsea market.

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