Hydraulic Accumulators

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Accumulator types

Primarily, accumulators are available in the bladder, diaphragm, piston and membrane models, each able to complete a dedicated task within the hydraulic system. Based on the application, they can be used to store and conserve system energy, dampening hydraulic fluid pulsation, and aiding in fluid pressure surge alleviation. The function is directly used to refuse the likelihood of loss of control of the flow of fluids within the hydraulic system.

Bladder

Bladders are are hydropneumatic accumulators with a flexible bladder. It serves as a separate element between a compressible gas cushion and the operating fluid.

Diaphragm

Diaphragm are are hydropneumatic accumulators with a flexible diaphragm with as a separation element between the compressible gas cushion and the operating fluid.

Piston

Use pistons as separating elements and can handle much higher gas compression ratios and flow rates.

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