PulseGuard Pulsation Dampeners

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PulseGuard Pulsation Dampeners
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Pulsation Dampener part number that matches Centrifugal Pump

Pulsation Dampener Size Selection Tables for piping systems with Centrifugal pumps.

Pulsation Dampeners - Centrifugal Pump 1. Centrifugal system piping resonance preventers below are from "off the shelf" inventory. Be sure to ring Free Phone/call Toll free for the current escalation and discount percentages. The size volumes listed have been preselected to suit your pump connection norms, simply choose the type that is from your material of choice, with the connection that matches your pump; this will provide standard damping. Or call us to make the selection.
2. Where there is no occupational health and safety need for in place flush through before servicing, nor any process requirement for constant temperature, or first in first out need to control residence time, not even clean before changing liquids it is still least expensive to use a standard twin connection dampener, & save a "T". Use the other connection for the system drain, relief valve, or branch line. WaveGuard and dampeners for frequencies above 10Hz., systems shorter than 300 meters or 1000ft, must use FLOW-THRU. pulsation dampeners.

Standing wave dissipation dispersal through a myriad of different length of flow path The "e" number is use in computing the reduction in system acoustic frequency due to increased "softness"

Intercepts pressure wave pulsation back from the pipe system nodal lengths, and prevents them from feeding back to the pump impellers The "e" number is use in computing the reduction in system acoustic frequency due to increased "softness".
Causes the generation of a bubble cushion chamber. The cushion softens the backflow slam from the implosion of the cavity drawn out by the flow away from the pump on shut down.
The "e" number is use in computing the reduction in system acoustic frequency due to increased "softness".
"Capacitance + direction change Impedance"
3. *The question mark “?” = letters, showing your choice of compatible gasket material, add the letter to ordering part number – N= Buna N, E= EP, (H= Hypalon, V= FluoroCarbon, additional cost) A20= Alloy20, H22= Hastrelloy22, Ti2= Titanium 2, Tan= Tantalum, Zir= Zirconium, DSS= duplex stainless steel, SDSS= super duplex stainless steel.
Pulsation Dampener with no moving parts

PulseGuard Pulsation Dampeners
Dampeners that do, flow goes through but pressure pulsation does not.

PulseGuard pulsation dampeners are designed to address pressure pulsation, which is caused by the resistance of the system to flow. Therefore our dampeners focus on the system related responsibility and are less related to pump liability.


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