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Pulsation Damper / Diaphragm Accumulator for Low Pressure Metering Pumps

Pulsation dampers have an equalising effect. They are used to ensure low-pulsation metering.

Product description

For low-pulsation metering

Pulsation dampers are available in different versions: as in-line dampers and as accumulators.

Pulsation dampers are used for low-pulsation metering and to reduce the flow resistance with long metering lines. They are also ideally suited to viscous media. The gas cushion between the housing and hose is compressed when the metering pump has a pressure stroke, at the same time as a partial volume of the medium is metered into the metering line. The overpressure that forms in the gas cushion causes the compressed volume to be transported on at the following suction stroke and the original, relaxed volume of gas is present again

Your benefits

  • Low-pulsation metering
  • Reduces flow resistance with long metering lines

PP In-Line Damper

Please note: Only use pulsation dampers in conjunction with an overflow device with adjustable back pressure / relief valve.

With this: Dummy plugs to seal the output side of the damper in installations with a T-piece.

Operating conditions

5 - 30 °C - max. operating pressure 10 bar

40 °C - max. operating pressure 8 bar

60 °C - max. operating pressure 4 bar

VolumeDamper diaphragmSeal materialConnectionOrder no.
l
PPE in-line damper0.05CSM*EPDMM 20 x 1,51026768
PPB in-line damper0.05FKMFKMM 20 x 1,51026771
PPE in-line damper0.05CSM*EPDMG 3/4 - DN 101026769
PPB in-line damper0.05FKMFKMG 3/4 - DN 101026772
PDS 2.52.50HypalonEPDMG 2 – DN 321001344
PDS 2.52.50FKMFKMG 2 – DN 321001345

* Chlorosulfonated polyethylene

For other sizes (0.2 l and 0.5 l), see PVDF inline pulsation damper.

Blanking threaded connector PP

MaterialConnectionOrder no.
PPM 20 x 1,51030200
PPG 3/4 – DN 101001352
  • p_ac_0180_sw

PVC In-Line Damper

Please note: Only use pulsation dampers in conjunction with an overflow device with adjustable back pressure / relief valve.

With this: Dummy plugs to seal the output side of the damper in installations with a T-piece.

Operating conditions

5 - 20 °C - max. operating pressure 10 bar

40 °C - max. operating pressure 6 bar

60 °C - max. operating pressure 2 bar

VolumeDamper diaphragmSeal materialConnectionOrder no.
l
PCE in-line damper0.05CSM*EPDMM 20 x 1,51026774
PCB in-line damper0.05FKMFKMM 20 x 1,51026777
PCE in-line damper0.05CSM*EPDMG 3/4 – DN 101026775
PCB in-line damper0.05FKMFKMG 3/4 – DN 101026778
PDS 2.52.50HypalonFKMG 2 – DN 321001342
PDS 2.52.50FKMFKMG 2 – DN 321001343

* Chlorosulfonated polyethylene

Max. liquid/chemical temperature 50 °C.

The priming pressure is approx. 0.6 x operating pressure.

Blanking threaded connector PP

MaterialConnectionOrder no.
PVCM 20 x 1,51030458
PVCG 3/4 – DN 101001349
  • p_ac_0180_sw

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Overview

For low-pulsation metering

Pulsation dampers are available in different versions: as in-line dampers and as accumulators.

Pulsation dampers are used for low-pulsation metering and to reduce the flow resistance with long metering lines. They are also ideally suited to viscous media. The gas cushion between the housing and hose is compressed when the metering pump has a pressure stroke, at the same time as a partial volume of the medium is metered into the metering line. The overpressure that forms in the gas cushion causes the compressed volume to be transported on at the following suction stroke and the original, relaxed volume of gas is present again

Your benefits

  • Low-pulsation metering
  • Reduces flow resistance with long metering lines

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