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.
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Software

PulseView

Graphical pulsation analysis program

ShockView

Graphical water hammer shock analysis

Liquidamics

Hypertext screen show software

SysView

Piping system model software suite, including the above software

Pulse and Shock Dampers

Flo-Gard

Valve, stops flow when shock bursts pipe

ShockGuard

Flow-through shock and pulse interceptor

Piisollator Pressure Gauge isolator from aggressive liquids

PulseGuard

Flow-through shock and pulse preventor

PumpGuard

Clear flow tube type suction cavitation preventor

SurgGuard

Pump surge dampner (start-up) / absorber / preventor

PipeGuard

Gas bladder type pulsation protector

TubeGuard

In place flushable damper

WaveGuard

Resonance prevention accoustilator

Accoustilator

Acoustic shock preventor

PermaCushion

Pre-fill cushion foam

PipeHugger

Connects direct to pumps to stop mass acceleration loss

Flexorber

Like a PulseGuard for higher pressures

LiquiCrat

Liquid inside the bag for shocks in corrosive systems

JumboFlex

Gas bladder tank for standby shock in non-corrosive systems

Hydropneumatic accumulators

PistoFram

Piston with diaphragm - instant response

PistoLite

Sealed closed - no hydrolock, separate piston bearings

MagDacc

Magnetic position volume indicating accumulator for remote readout

Indacc Cascade control for multiple pumps; gives variable flow

PipeGuard

Gas bladder type of simple accumulator


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




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 Dampers, Liquid Borne Noise Silencers, Line Surge Alleviators, Pump Controllers, Transfer Barriers, etc. More information about accumulators...


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See also:
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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.

Piston Accumulators | Bladder Accumulators | Accumulator Safety Blocks | Contact Hydrotrole

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...