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Fisher™ 657 and 667 Diaphragm Actuators
Fisher 657 and 667 actuators are designed to provide dependable on/off or throttling operation of control valves.
These spring-opposed diaphragm actuators position the valve plug in the valve in response to varying controller or valve positioner pneumatic output signals. The 657 actuator is direct-acting, while the 667 is reverse-acting.

Learn how to mount a hand wheel to a Fisher 657 and 667 actuator

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Mounting a Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6200 Digital Valve Controller on a 657 or a 667 Size 40i Actuator

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Fisher™ 657 and 667 Diaphragm Actuators


Spring-return, Linear
SIL capable, ATEX, CUTR, PED
Control Type
On/Off, Throttling
Operating Temperature
Cryogenic, Low Temperature, Standard Temperature, High Temperature
Power Source
Pneumatic, Manual
Valve Type
Angle Valve, Globe Valve
Other Configurations
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  • The integral mounting pad eliminates the traditional mounting bracket and reduces the number of parts required to mount.
  • Incorporates an integral air passage that eliminates the need for external tubing and fittings when paired with a Fisher FIELDVUE™ instrument.
  • Both 657 and 667 actuators are compatible with instruments that utilize traditional bracket-based mounting kits. The 667 can be externally tubed for instruments or accessories when required.
  • Spring rates, travel stops, and manual operators are available for nearly any control valve application.
  • A molded diaphragm travels in a deep diaphragm casing, minimizing area change throughout the travel.
  • A shallow casing on the pressure side means reduced volume on that side, thereby minimizing response time.
  • The molded diaphragm allows maximum thrust for given diaphragm size.
  • Rugged thick-walled cast iron and steel construction provides increased stability and corrosion protection.