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Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment -> Pressure Control Devices -> Pressure Desurgers


Pressure Desurgers




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Automatic Surge Dampener removes pressure fluctuation in pumps.

Automatic Surge Dampener removes pressure fluctuation in pumps.

Wilden Pump & Engineering Co.    Grand Terrace, CA 92313
Aug 10, 2011 Providing supplementary pumping action to remove pressure variations on discharge side of AODD pump, SD Series Equalizer® is suited for paint and coating operations where there are changes in pumping pressure and flow rate. Unit minimizes pipe strain and water hammer and protects in-line equipment. Available in multiple sizes from ½-3 in., SD Equalizer comes in ductile iron, 316 SS, aluminum, polypropylene, PVDF, and carbon-filled acetal to satisfy temperature and chemical-compatibility needs.

Inlet Stabilizer enhances inlet flow to pumps.

Inlet Stabilizer enhances inlet flow to pumps.

Blacoh    Riverside, CA 92507
Mar 19, 2004 Designed for inlet side of all pumps, J Model inlet stabilizer ensures adequate flow into the pump and extends service life of all inlet system components. Control unit enables positive pressure charge or vacuum to be set in stabilizer. This compensates for any pump inlet system, whether pump is operating under suction lift or positive inlet conditions.

Pulsation Dampener eliminates metal fasteners.

Pulsation Dampener eliminates metal fasteners.

Blacoh    Riverside, CA 92507
May 24, 2002 Revolution Pulsation Dampener has housings that are threaded and screwed together, eliminating metal fasteners, which are subject to damaging effects of corrosive environments. It is available in PVC construction, with PVC bladder for total compatibility with many corrosive chemicals such as sodium hypochlorite.

Pulsation Dampeners eliminate pressure surges.

Pulsation Dampeners eliminate pressure surges.

Serfilco, Ltd.    Northbrook, IL 60062-5360
May 20, 2002 Pulsation Dampeners are effective in minimizing stress and shock and extending diaphragm life on pumps subjected to high inlet pressures. Dampeners, in choice of polypropylene, PVDF or nylon, offer non-metallic solution contact. They are available in 1/2, 1, and 2 in. NPT sizes and two models: manual adjustment for continuous dampening requirements and automatic adjusting for variable pump discharge pressures.




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