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Pulsation Dampers with Gas in bladder 30Kpsi 2070 bar Gas Bag "Bladder" Pulse Damper Liquid bladder Stainless Wetted Hose Type Pulsation Dampener for Sludge, Slurry and Food / Flow Through Flex-Tube Pulsation Dampner Low Pressure Corrosive Chemical Metering Pulsation Damper High Pressure PTFE FlexFlon at 6000 PSI 400 bar
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Super Duplex SS/316L Stainless (2507, UNS S32750) 316L, A20, Hc276, Ti, and other High Viscosity, Sludges, Slurries, and Particulate PTFE Diaphragms + 316L, A20, etc High Pressure To 4", 100 mm, Pipe


Non Metal PVC & Poly Prop Dampener Pulsation Damper Non Metal and Lined Pulse Damper Liquid bladder for Ultra Pressure Pulse Dampener For Foods Drugs and Beverages Drawings Menue Pulsation Dampners for Hot and Cold Applications Drawings Menue Pulsation Dampener Bladder less No Moving Parts Drawing Menue ACOUSTIC DAMPERS FOR HIGH FREQUENCIES
Non-Metal PVC Poly Prop Non-Metal and Lined Liquid Bladder for Ultra Pressure For Food and Drug For Hot and Cold No Moving Parts
Plastic Externals Any elastomer and plastomer Liquid in Bladder Type Clean in Place (CIP) Below Charge Pressure Prevent Vapor pressure problems No moving parts: Dispersive and Dissipative

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Pressure dampers are used to dampen pulsation. Pulsation is measured and seen as a repeated change in pressure. Pressure dampers address pressure amplitude at frequency. The characteristics of a pressure damper have to be designed to respond to the height and fall of pressure at the frequency of the change. A flow through, in and out, pressure damper intercepts the pressure transients so it can respond to its dampening with maximum efficiency and minimum cost.

Flow fluctuation suppression devices for “pulsing systems” may be called reactive or non-reactive / passive in pressure response. Intrinsically when a proportion of head change due to mass acceleration is prevented from occurring by the application of the softness, or cushion, of a liquid accumulator there is still a residual fluctuation. The head change or pressure change that is still residual travels at 1400 meters per second away from the pump, until it meets a point of reflection. Where the distance to the reflection point is say 700 meters, the wave will return in 1 second. This pressure spike (liquid force) will impose a system response frequency of one hertz on the piping.