• slide-1.jpg
  • slide-2.jpg
  • slide-3.jpg

Pulsation Dampner Jacketed Bladder Type Stainless wetted

Jacketed PIPEHUGGER Orientation - this view - beneath suction, for bubbles to rise. For Suction Side Vapor Pressure problems COOL THE SUCTION STREAM

Pulsation Dampner Jacketed Bladder Type Stainless

Part Number

A full alphanumeric part number description for entering in the box on the drawing that you have printed is available via the tabulation(s) referred to above. Within the tabulation(s) there is a row for your chosen equipment; the rows begin with letters that determine the product type, using an abbreviation of your equipment. Following that there are letters that determine your material of choice, an example is “SS” for stainless steel. After the material, the next groups of characters are volume (in liters), a pressure (in bar), and connection sizes. If you would care to enter this string in the bottom right hand corner of the drawing which you have printed, then you will have an exact record of the name and dimensions of the equipment you have chosen.

Recording Dimensions

After you have selected the dampner that you think is most ideal for your application, clicked on it to bring up the drawing image, and have clicked on the drawing image to view the PDF printable version, print the PDF version of your selection.
Then, please go to http://www.PulseGuard.co.uk, find the dampner type on the PulseGuard Limited home page, and click on the size button for your selected equipment type. Clicking on a size button results in tabulation appearing from which you can choose the volume of your ideal dampner.
NOTE THE LENGTH AND DIAMETER, AND WRITE THEM INTO THE LENGTH AND DIAMETER SPACES AVAILABLE ON THE TYPICAL DRAWING YOU HAVE PRINTED OUT.