Tri-Ark Limited Introduces Blacoh Pulsation Dampners


For 26 years, Blacoh Fluid Control has been taking the shock out of fluid flow in industrial and chemical transfer applications with their SENTRY Pulsation Dampeners, Surge Suppressors and Inlet Stabilizers. SENTRY protects pipes, valves, fittings and sensitive equipment from vibration and fatigue.

Pumping systems and components last longer and perform more efficiently with the SENTRY Pulsation Dampeners, Surge Suppressors and Inlet Stabilizers. Avoid pipe breakage, hose abrasion and reduce product foaming with Blacoh Fluid Controls' Sentry products. SENTRY will insure accuracy of in-line meters, protect filter media and remove "water hammer". Blacoh's SENTRY products are available in a variety of chemically resistant plastics and metals, with the widest selection of pressure ratings and sizes on the market.

Blacoh's own patented Spill-STOP® - a spill containment device - prevents hazardous and costly spills from failed diaphragms in air operated diaphragm pump systems. This is accomplished by capturing the expelled / leaked liquid in the Spill-STOP® spill containment device and automatically shutting the pump off. Other configurations will allow the Spill-STOP® to start a stand-by pump to keep production at full efficiency. The Spill-STOP® can also be configured with an audible or visual alarm so that diaphragm failures will be immediately noted. The Spill-STOP® unit is completely pneumatic; no electricity is required to operate this device.

Blacoh's SENTINEL diaphragm seals protect pressure and vacuum instruments from corrosive process fluids. Blacoh's SENTINEL diaphragm seals are accurate and consistent. Blacoh's SENTINEL diaphragm seals can be used in pressure and vacuum environments as well as with pressure sensing devices like pressure sensitive switches and transducers.

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