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FOX Pulsation Dampers & Accumulators

FOX Pulsation Dampers & Accumulators

  • Pulsation dampers for low maintenance vacuum bag with nitrogen accessible from above.
  • Made of carbon steel, AISI 316 stainless steel, duplex and super duplex made of welded construction.
  • They are built with dimensions and maximum pressures to requirement.
  • AISI316 Top repairable.
  • Bladder type hydropneumatic accumulators with body in AISI 316L stainless steel.
  • Maximum working pressure (PS): 220 bar
  • Maximum preload pressure: 145 bar
  • Body : in AISI 316L Stainless Steel
  • Bladder : Perbunan (NBR) -Butil -Nitrile (NBR)-Nitrile HNBR -EPDM -Viton
  • Installation position: vertical position, nitrogen valve upward
  • Bellow in PTFE
  • Hydropneumatic accumulators below with body with stainless steel AISI 316L threaded execution.
  • Thanks to the PTFE below, this series of dampeners is designed to work with any type of fluid, even the most aggressive.
  • Maximum working pressure (PS): 150 Bar
  • Body: in AISI 316 L stainless steel
  • Diaphragm: in PTFE (Teflon)
  • Working temperature: -50°C ÷ +150°C
  • Installation position: from vertical (nitrogen valve upwards)
  • They require no maintenance
  • The BHP damper series extends the mechanical life of valves, actuators and other hydraulic components reducing vibrations and pressure pulsations into the system.
  • It is suitable for every hydraulic connection, it provides a wide range of volumes up to 5litre and customizable size depending on the application.
  • Volume depends on the working parameters and the required residual pulsation.
  • The main application is the damping of pulsations on delivery side of reciprocating plunger pumps.
  • Construction according to 97/23/CE – PED
  • Calculation code: ASME VIII Div.1
  • Volumes up to 5.000 L
  • Maximum working pressure (PS): 400 bar
  • Materials available: - Carbon steel- Stainless steel AISI 316L- SS Duplex
  • - SS Super Duplex

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