Product News: Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment
Rupture Discs are available constructed of Inconel 625.
Press Release Summary:
August 27, 2014 - Atlas 1 in.Â (DN25), 1.5 in.Â (DN40), 2 in.Â (DN50), 3 in.Â (DN80), and 4 in.Â (DN100) rupture discs are available with InconelÂ® 625 construction. Paired with G2 technology,Â thisÂ construction offers optimized corrosion resistance over entire temperature range and burst pressures from 60–1,500 psig. In addition to upstream and downstream use in oil and gas applications,Â geothermal installations, and desalination plants, discs can be used in aerospace, nuclear, and chemical processing industries.
Original Press Release
Fike Expands Atlas Product Line to Include Inconel® 625
Press release date: August 21, 2014
Inconel 625 paired with Fike's G2 technology creates a rupture disc with outstanding corrosion resistance at a wide range of temperatures. In addition to burst pressures ranging from 60-1500 psig (4.13-103.42 barg), Inconel 625 is the preferred material of use for (upstream and downstream) oil and gas applications, geothermal installations and desalination plants. This material of construction is also highly demanded in multiple applications for the aerospace, nuclear, and chemical processing industries.
"G2 technology has raised the bar for the performance characteristics of rupture discs and adding Inconel 625 material is evidence that Fike is committed to providing quality overpressure protection solutions for nearly any application," says Daniel Willis, National Sales Manager, Industrial Protection.
For more information on Fike's pressure protection solutions and products, contact Fike Corporation at email@example.com or www.fike.com.
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