A full range of Pulsation Dampeners is included below, the range is made up of many options including, being manufactured from PE & PTFE, as well as Sanitary options.
DT Active Pulsation PE & PTFE Dampener
The DT Active Pulsation PE & PTFE Dampener is manufactured from solid block materials, similar to the design of the PE & PTFE Air Operated Diaphragm Pumps. The dampeners can be ATEX rated upon request.
|PE Dampener||PTFE Dampener|
|Abrasive and aggressive liquids||Extremely aggressive liquids|
|Liquid temperature up to 70||Liquid temperature up to 100|
DT Active Pulsation Sanitary Dampener
DT Active Pulsation Sanitary Dampeners are perfect for industries that require a sterile environment. They are designed with CIP and SIP (cleaning and sterilisation in place) which allows an easy and effective cleaning operation.
The dampeners are manufactured from Stainless Steel AISI 316L, for aggressive fluids, to ensure mechanical strength and strong chemical resistance to support your pump. Dampeners can also be supplied with ATEX rating.
The Sanitary dampeners are ideal for the food, beverage, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries and can be used for the following applications.
DT Active Pulsation Metal Dampener
The DT Active Pulsation Metal Dampener removes pressure variations within pumping operations. It achieves this by supplying extra pressure between pump strokes.
Use of this dampener optimizes the pumps performance and minimizes vibrations.
The compact DT Active Pulsation Metal Dampener is supplied in either Aluminium or Stainless Steel AISI 316, for use alongside metal Air Operated Diaphragm Pumps and aids in reducing pump maintenance costs.
If required, dampeners can be ATEX rated.
Workshops: Oil, fat, solvents, water, cooling fluids, lubricants
Print & Paint: Glues, additives, varnishes, inks, paints, latex, acids, resins, pigments
Mining & Construction: Adhesives, Dewatering, Coal Sludge, Pastes
Ceramics Industry: Abrasives, Glazes, Water, Enamels, Clays
Chemistry: Acids, Alkalis, Alcohols, Solvents, Latex, Emulsions