Cycle Test Skid Rated to 1,500 PSIG Featuring Gas Booster Model DLE5-15Leave a Comment
This semi-automated cycle gas skid system supports customers requiring specific pressure test parameters that are often beyond the capability of hydraulic media systems. Built for nitrogen or compressed air applications, this system is programmed to cycle between 50 psi and 1,500 psi for a predetermined number of cycles using gas pressure.
Using an air-driven nitrogen gas booster, this system maintains stored gas pressure in a precharged gas accumulator. A pressure regulator controls the accumulator/booster’s source of gas pressure energy. The pressure regulator can be programmed to achieve selectable ramp rates, hold times, decay rates, and repetitive cyclic loops for multiple-cycle tests. The computer interface option allows for complete documentation, recording, pressure control, and programming capabilities.
To learn more about our gas boosters, check out our High-Pressure Gas Boosters page or browse our catalog. If you’d like to discuss your project with us, contact MAXPRO Technologies today.
Air Amplifier System, Model #AS-DLA15-1-1G-PSLeave a Comment
Our Air Amplifier System AS-DLA15-1-1G-PS utilizes a Maximator Model DLA15-1 Air Amplifier and offers an ideal solution for boosting compressed air to pressure ranges higher than most typical shop air systems.
This is an ideal system for amplifying compressed air from 100 psi to 1,000 psi. It is equipped with a single-acting, single-stage air booster and is entirely pneumatically driven, no electric power required. Highlighted benefits include:
-Compact design that saves space
-Only requires a supply of compressed air that is equal to or greater than 100 psi
Built into the system is a pressure switch that can be adjusted and set to pressures ranging from 435 psi to 1,000 psi. The main advantage of the pressure switch is that it automatically shuts off the system once the required pressure is reached. It can also automatically restart the system as compressed air is withdrawn from the system. Once the system senses a 10 percent drop from the set pressure, the amplifier will restart and begin to cycle again, creating more compressed air to refill what has been extracted. Combined with a 1-gallon sample cylinder attached to the system, this amplifier is ideal for small projects that require a few liters of compressed air to be ready on tap.
To learn more about our air amplifiers, visit our Air Amplifiers page or browse our catalog. Download our “Air Amplifiers & Systems” brochure for more detailed specifications on our products. If you’re ready to discuss or order your air amplifier solution, contact us today.