The use of rubber shock absorbers is one way to prevent the transmission of vibrations to other parts of the line.
One of the most common applications of rubber shock absorbers is in the Suction and Discharge section of pumps, which in addition to absorbing the existing vibrations, have the ability to eliminate ram shocks and shocks.
Another application of rubber shock absorbers is to eliminate movements due to changes due to dimensional changes in the lines.
The main advantage of rubber shock absorbers over accordion joints is that they can be used in highly corrosive environments, although these joints can withstand limited temperatures and pressures.
Rubber shock absorbers are sometimes used to block electrical conductivity.
Some applications of seismic detectors are in the chemical, pharmaceutical, marine, utility, steel, oil, gas and petrochemical industries.
What is a shock absorber?
Vibration damper is a tool to prevent vibration and unwanted vibrations on pipelines.
How it works is very simple, and sometimes it can be said that we did this operation many years ago during the period of industrial development with different tools and materials.
Some types of shock absorbers are very simple and are just a piece of rubber or so-called rubber used to install under the bases of motors, centrifuges, mechanical equipment of the production line, even a printing press.
Some are more complex and different models are made with high pressure tolerance or high tolerance for heavy vibrations.
These devices are usually more commonly used for gas and oil pipelines, although water pipelines with high-pressure pumps are also used.
This device reduces various fluid shocks on the pipe and especially the fittings installed on them. This device eliminates blows known as ram blows.
Seismic applications in industries
• Chemical industry
• Marine industry
• Food industry • Steel
industry • Oil, gas and petrochemical industries
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