Hydrotrole Hydraulic Accumulators
Hydraulic Accumulators - Hydrotrole USA
Hydraulic Accumulator
Super duplex stainless (2506 UNS 32750 accumulators, dampeners, surge, water hammer, and shock alleviators in extreme, ultra, and super pressure corrosive applications.
 

Hydraulic Accumulators - HydroTrole USA


Accumulators Piston Accumulator PISTOLITE accumulator, a professional design. INDACC Accumulator MAGDACC Accumulator PISTOFRAM Accumulator Suspension accumulator with rolling diaphragm. PIPEGUARD Accumulator Greer Type Accumulator



Hydrotrole provides special and stainless hydraulic / hydro-pneumatic accumulators.
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Applications of accumulators Hydrotrole - the accumulators specialists

Accumulators for Energy Saving by:-
Reduction of Pump Size, Leakage compensation, Hydropneumatic counterbalance and Suspension, and Standby Emergency Power

In:-
Industrial, Mechanical Handling, Earth Moving, Farm and Offshore Oil and Gas Machinery

Hydraulic accumulators of the Piston, bladder, Diaphragm and bellows Types:-
Solid Piston - Light-weight, Fast action, Twin-Guide and Twin Seal (close coupled to reduce pressure build-up).
Piston+Diaphragm - Fast action, Twin-Guide and Twin Seal for Reduction of High-Pressure Peaks.
Piston+Tailrod - Fast action, Twin-Guide and Twin Seal for Volume Indication for Multi-Pump cascade control.
Piston+Magnet+Microswitch - Fast action, Twin-Guide and Twin Seal for Volume Indication and for Remote control.

 

Go to Pulsation-Dampeners.com for selection or suggestion of a pulsation dampener or Pulseguard.com for more information on pulsation dampeners and piping / pumping systems.

For information on shock, pipeline water-hammer and pump start-up and shut-down surge, go to Shockguard Surge Alleviators (USA div. of Shockguard Ltd)

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Hydraulic and Control Engineering since 1963., go to Hydrotrole.co.uk
additional information at Hydraulic-Accumulators.com


Piston Accumulator Types

PistoFram Hydraulic Accumulators
PistoFram Accumulator Sizes
IndAcc Hydraulic Accumulators
IndAcc Accumulator Sizes
MagdAcc Hydraulic Accumulators
MagdAcc Accumulator Sizes
PistoLite Hydraulic Accumulators
Pistolite Accumulator Sizes
PistoLite Accumulator Ports/Porting




Bladder Accumulator Types

Accumulators - PipeGuard Family
Stainless Steel Accumulator Sizes
PipeGuard Plastic Accumulator Sizes
PipeGuard Hydraulic Accumulators Ports/Porting
Carbon Steel Accumulator
Carbon Steel Accumulator Size



Accumulator Safety Blocks



 

HydroTrole: Hydraulic and Control Engineering since 1963.
Please go to Pulsation-Dampeners.com for selection or suggestion of a pulsation dampener or Pulseguard.com for more information on pulsation dampeners and piping / pumping systems.
For further information about shock, pipeline water hammer, and pump start up / shut down surge, Please see ShockGuard at Shock-Guard.com.

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The name hydraulic accumulator covers those hydraulic products that are designed specifically for the storage (accumulation) of liquid under pressure. However, because of the improvements in design of equipment, which has grown from the storage devices, other functions have become loosely associated with the name Accumulator. These other types of units should more properly be called by their function, e.g. – Pulsation Dampeners, Liquid Borne Noise Silencers, Line Surge Alleviators, Pump Controllers, Transfer Barriers, etc. More about accumulators...

Normally the piston is "free", but in some cases may be connected to a conventional piston rod. Design and construction is relatively straightforward and the type can be made in a wide range of sizes. Cost is, however, relatively high. It is particularly suited for high pressure systems since cylinder stresses are readily determined and standard hydraulic quality cylinder tubes can be employed for the barrels. Construction can follow that of hydraulic cylinders, with tie rod assembly for higher pressures or heavy duties. However, it is necessary to make provisions to prevent disassembly of the end covers when either the fluid or gas side of the accumulator is under pressure. More about accumulators...