for in place flush.
Pulse dampener for viscous liquids & slurries in suction and LP discharge lines.
1. To Provide pulsation dampeners that have 3" through 14" diam. connections.
2. To provide with 1. (above) dampeners with stainless steel liquid contact metal parts at minimal cost.
3. Tp provide with 1 & 2 (above) combined pulsation and flow fluctuation attenuating capability with a straight line "clear-flow" path from in to out, suitable for sludges, slurries, suspended particulate, and "food" liquids.
4. To provide, with 1, 2, & 3, (above), for the use of low cost "vessel" outer, non liquid contact, carbon steel "vessel" housing shell.
5. To Provide with 1. 2. 3. & 4, (above) a pulsation dampener design capable of working at negative pressures without "hemorrhoiding", as well as use at elevated pressures.
6. To provide with 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, (above) use in flanged systems with ease of "as a spool piece" removal for easy cleaning with a lance.
DESIGN DETAILS See "The difference is in the detail"
The ends are machined in accordance with ANSI B16.5 or EC "DN-PN" norms. having the flange face in corrosion resistant material. Provided with threaded studded bolt holes. Socket head cap screws are equi-spaced between holding the end cover plate item 1 to the end plug item 2, which is retained by the segmental lock ring item 9.
Integral seal ends enable sealing by push in tubes apart of stainless flange face component. This is preferable to leaking hose clamps. Thickest point (6 on inset detail) prevents both suck in, and blow out into the corner between end plug and shell. The flextube support option that is perforated and has an internal cross, "collapse preventer", allows use with high pre-fill pressures.
The standard flange end is determined by the diameter of the PumpGuard. The are larger flange face optional extras. Ess also, GOTO Pug/LRF or Pug/XLRF
There are food, drug, and beverage, specials see also Pug/F&D
This a PulseGuard "PumpGuard" Pulsation Dampeners View Sheet; is erroneously called "a dimensional drawing", because it is not necessarily to scale. A drawing is to scale and shows detail, a sketch is to scale and shows less detail, dimensional drawings are not drawings, they are non scale views. PulseGuard pulsation dampeners are shown as "view sheets" or cross sectional "cut sheets".