Flow fluctuation & pulse interception type pulse dampers,
which guard against pressure pulsation using PulseGuard pressure vessel
design technology. PulseGuard pulsation dampeners, hydraulic
accumulators, or surge suppressors dampen pressure pulsation &
smooth system flow because they do not allow pressure pulses to bypass
dampening chamber by use of a “T”. Our high efficiency pulsation
dampeners design ensures 300% more performance size for size than “T
piece” pressure vessel designs. We provide smooth system flow &
pressure pulse damping, while saving you cost of installing a extra
"Pulsation dampeners that do, fluid flow goes through, but pressure pulsation does not"
Liquid in bladder
dampners have a large diameter liquid chamber, relative ports,
dissipate pressure waves, large diameter bladder design responds even
at 0.05 Bar. Corrosive liquids go inside bladder, saving cost of
Titanium, Hastelloy, Tantalum, etc. external pressure vessel shells.
Gas in bladder
type for low, medium, high, super, & extreme pressure, gas in bag
(bladder) pulse dampener in stainless, steel, or plastic, design
includes bladder internal web stabilization.
pulsation dampeners for sludge, slurries, high viscosity, & liquids
containing particulate. For pipe sizes: 0.75" through 14, pressure
pulse / flow fluctuation attenuating capability, straight-line
"clear-flow" path from in to out.
pulsation dampeners designed for use where double layer / "sandwich"
PTFE diaphragm head metering pumps are required for hermetically sealed
toxic, pyroforic, or hazardous duty.
No moving parts,
acoustic, bladderless, foamless pulse dampeners / pressure pulsation filters.
Food & drug
smooth, clean, or polished pressure vessels for use in hygienic &
food grade industry applications including: viscous liquids &
slurries, clean in place, temperature regulated (thermal jacketed or
insulated), high pressure liquid chromatography (hplc), among others.
Wetted / plastic
pulsation dampers including liquid contact parts, or completely
manufactured, using compatible materials, achieved using plastics,
synthetic rubbers, or elastomer linings.