About Us

AUMA Actuators Ltd (AUMA UK)

Based in Clevedon, near Bristol, AUMA Actuators Limited is the UK subsidiary of the global AUMA Reister GmbH and Co., the world’s largest manufacturer of electric valve actuators, operating on every continent, with 2,300 employees in 30 locations. AUMA has just celebrated its 50th anniversary, and in the UK, we have been in existence since 1976.

AUMA’s modular approach drives our success, making us responsive, flexible and innovative, building the actuation solutions that exactly meet your needs. We automate valves of any type, from a 2 inch ball valve to diverter dampers many metres high. 

AUMA actuators are more than just simple mechanical interfaces to the valve, they form a crucial interface to control systems, more important than ever when considering IIoT/Industrie 4.0. 

AUMA Actuators Ltd supplies, services and maintains actuators and gearboxes throughout the process world – water/waste, energy, petrochemical, chemical, marine and more, supporting our customers both directly and through the ACE Technician programme.

Focussed on clean supply, we minimise our environmental impact at every step of the way, generating our own solar energy and using the lowest impact approach to our work.

Where there is flow, there is AUMA
 

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Latest News

Ground-breaking Scottish Water Horizons energy hub launched

11/09/2019

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon opened a new £6 million energy centre in Stirling that will deliver low-carbon heat to key public...MORE

How-to videos: Another reason to become an AUMA ACE Technician

21/08/2019

ACE Technicians, apart from the great training and on-going technical support, have access to our library of how-to videos, covering everything from...MORE

A Retrofit Challenge

19/08/2019

Our man Dan Gane was on site the other week to retrofit some latest-spec AUMA actuators to replace some 'other manufacturer's' equipment...MORE

The ACE Programme

The 3-tier ACE Programme allows technicians, installers and maintenance engineers to prove their competence with AUMA Actuators, controls and gearboxes, and integration of AUMA equipment into wider control systems. Click below to find out more about ACE and where you fit in.