Super duplex stainless (2506 UNS 32750 accumulators, dampeners, surge, water hammer, and shock alleviators in extreme, ultra, and super pressure corrosive applications.
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top end reserviceable one piece moulded bladder accumulator.
This is just a small selection from our range of sizes and pressures, all parts are manufactured from many different materials.
In the alphanumeric designations above, the prefix PIG denotes a PipeGuard design i.e. gas inside one-piece moulded bag
The number following the prefix that is followed by the letter i denotes the number of cubic inches nominal volume. Units of 16.39millilitres, there are 61 cubic inches in one litre.
The B reference is the diameter followed by length of the one piece moulded bag. This is also the spare part reference for a new bag.
The number preceding the letter p is the design pressure, this should be used for working pressures up to 85% of the p figure assuming that the system relief valve requires a 15% over pressure to fully open.
The inch number denotes National Pipe Thread taper size.
The PLAS denotes that the body of the unit is in Polypropylene or PVC etc..
A code needs inserting in place of the ?? which denotes the elastomer of the membrane to be used ex/e.g. PP = polyproylene, PV = PVC, etc. (For others, call the factory.) Followed by letters to denote the elastomeric membrane material, ex/e.g. N=Nitrile, E=Ethylene Propylene, V=Viton, etc. (For others, call the factory.
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The name hydropneumatic accumulator covers those hydraulic products that are designed specifically for the storage (accumulation) of liquid under pressure. However, because of the improvements in design of equipment, which has grown from the storage devices, other functions have become loosely associated with the name Accumulator. These other types of units should more properly be called by their function, e.g. – Pulsation Dampers, Liquid Borne Noise Silencers, Line Shock Alleviators, Pump Controllers, Transfer Barriers, etc. More about accumulators...