The Pipeline Shock Prevention People
Pump Start-up surge, Valve closure shock, Pump shutdown back flow bang.
Large vessels for high pressures with matching bladders, diaphragms, gas bags, and bellows, for over a third of a century.
ShockGuard Ltd. offer shock alleviators. | Please phone 44(0) 161-480-9625
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PREVENT SHOCK with JUMBOFLEX Shock Attenuators
The Problem: The amplitude of the surge is from the mass and time in which to be accelerated.
It is critically important to make an accurate estimate of pump spin-up time.
Frequency is from pipe length.
The Answer: JUMBOFLEX ("Flat-Top")
1. Reservoir 2. Centrifugal Pump 6. JumboFlex
Air / N2
From the North Sea Oil Platform units in 1974, as right - to 48" diameter by 24 ft tall items ASME VIIII Div 1, 2001, as to the right.
A quarter century design and manufacture of special purpose bladder type pressure vessels.
JumboFlex Shock Attenuators Dome Head for High Pressure JumboFlex Shock Attenuator Flat Head for Medium Pressure
Visit LIQUID DYNAMICS Intl. Ltd. LDi offers analytical and modeling services. They predict these and similar problems, before pipe systems are built. ShockGuard is a licensed run time user of the LDi Ltd. software, ShockView. ShockView enables us to quickly and accurately run your proposed piping system, in our computers and you what the maximum level of pump start up surge, or shutdown shock will be.
Water Hammer and Pipeline Surge / Shock Alleviators
STOP Pump start up surge, Valve closure shock, and Shut down back flow water hammer.
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or Contact ShockGuard Shock Alleviators.
Understanding Pipeline Surge / Shock Alleviators
Shock alleviators and shock accumulators do not alleviate shock, nor do surge alleviators and surge accumulators alleviate surge. SurgeGuard, JumboFlex, and Floatolator all work in the same way. They provide a soft place, so that the pump does not have to instantly accelerate all the liquid in the pipe system when it starts. Similarly, they provide a place into which flow can continue, for a time, against increasing resistance, when a a valve has been slammed. In both cases, because time has been increased, peak pressure generation is decreased. In short, they all prevent the peak pressure from being generated.
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