In many industrial applications, such as refineries, chemical plants, water management, and even in some deep-water marine mining and construction enterprises, you will find that pneumatic valve actuators are difficult to work. Made from a variety of materials such as plastic, aluminum and stainless steel, stainless steel varieties usually exist in refineries and chemical plants, they are used for complex pipelines and product delivery pipelines, to guide and manage the flow of fluids and corrosive liquids. The Turtorq actuator is installed in place in engineering and industrial applications and requires precise movement in high-load gear boxes and positioning components. These ultra-precision pneumatic valve actuators use a computer control system to adjust the amount of compressed air required to maintain accurate movement. These systems are mainly controlled from remote locations where hazards are directly managed, where corrosive liquids or chemicals are transported or directed. In chemical production plants using hazardous or hazardous products, safety and security precautions are implemented in the form of manual butterfly valves, which are either integrated into pneumatic valve actuators, either installed separately in the same pipe segment. Further security is secured by the flow sensor installed in the valve actuator, which is connected to a central management system that can monitor and manage the flow of fluid in the pipe network group and in separate interiors. These complex flow systems provide a variety of commercial benefits, exceeding the use of hydraulic actuators, such as the ability to store energy in the event of an emergency in which power is interrupted, being able to work under a larger energy payload, and the energy is not absorbed by the compressed gas system, makes the pneumatic valve actuator a responsible choice in industrial systems. These actuators are in sub- Zero environment, but there are complex versions that provide compression using a heated air system, which can be easily operated in extreme cold weather without additional performance considerations. Sensitive fluid delivery networks located in these cold areas often have redundant or backup systems to prevent production downtime that may seriously affect production planning and delivery. Underwater mining operations, demolition works using explosives, other complex fluid and liquid direction systems requiring emergency and fault protection systems, in the event of a failure or other serious operational failure, these systems can override or re-control the management system. These systems can be managed using mobile controls that can be deployed in a few minutes where needed. The superior and precise flow and direction of corrosive fluids, chemicals and hazardous liquids require powerful hardware that can work under high payload while maintaining accurate movement in complex pipe networks and These are the forces that the system relies on.