The new symmetrical valve housing integrated into Staffa motors has been re-designed to allow for easier assembly. This is the result of continuing innovation by the engineering team in the UK.
Ian Scott, Engineering Manager at KPM said: “This new design is revolutionalizing the installation of Staffa motors.
“Kawasaki discovered that, in the past, people had assembled the product wrongly, causing companies several day delays in some cases, losing them money whilst everything was reassembled.
“We have realigned the valve housing ports symmetrically which avoids incorrect installation and allows for equal pipe lengths. It also uses standardized manifold blocks.
“We’re certain winch and other marine companies will be delighted with this improvement, which is a more simple and cost effective solution”.
In addition, the new SM3 valve housing enables manifolds to be bolted from the bottom, instead of the usual way of bolting through the top, which allows the designer more space to work with.
Originally released in China, this has already generated great success with its customers who are experiencing greater accuracy and efficiency for their applications.
KPM worked in close association with a valve supplier to create this product at a more cost effective price.
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