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PulseGuard: Guarding Against Pulsation
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Pulsation Dampers - How Smooth Do You Need Your System To Be?

Generally accepted levels of residual fluctuation percentage allowed, to protect against the average level of the problems listed.

COARSE DAMPENING
Pump Parts Damage
Releif Valve Weeping
Gauge Damage
Incomplete Atomization
MEDIUM DAMPENING
Improve Static Mixing
Use Mag Meters
Paddle Wheel Surging
Screw Meter Racheting
FINE DAMPENING
Coriolis
Vortex Shedding
Sharp Edged Orifice

MECHANICAL DAMAGE PROTECTION

Pipe Shake, Fatigue, Weld Cracking, & Over Stress Unions, Flanges, & Fittings.
The level of allowable pressure pulsation, depends on three factors: 1. Diameter of pipe. 2. Operating Pressure. 3. Pulse Frequency. A nomogram - or "3 axis Graph" - to help you specify allowable residual pressure fluctuation has been included. Click Here.

 



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