Install accumulators in your hydraulic system to improve the system's efficiency and extend its useful life. These devices store pressurized hydraulic fluid and release it as needed to maintain steady pump flow and pressure, dampen vibrations and shocks, compensate for leaks or thermal expansion in the system, and even make up for lost pressure if the system's pump fails.
These diaphragm accumulators are completely sealed and can be mounted in any position. Typically smaller than bladder or piston accumulators, they are best suited for systems with relatively low flow rates.
Ideal for systems with shocks and pulsations, bladder accumulators should be mounted within 25° of vertical.
Choose piston accumulators for applications with high flow rates. They should be mounted vertically.