rupture disk

rupture disk

[′rəp·chər ‚disk]
(aerospace engineering)

rupture disk

A safety device, used in a system under pressure, consisting of a frangible disk which ruptures when a predetermined pressure is exceeded.
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Limited Tenders are invited for Supply of rupture disk for 1c-15 and 1c-19
Energy Edge Technologies Corporation (OTCBB: EEDG), a company that provides single-source and turnkey energy engineering, energy management, design/build and consulting services, has collaborated with Advance Rupture Disk.
The hygienic Opti-Gard utilizes a peripherally scored, reverse-acting rupture disk with a smooth media-side surface that minimizes contamination and is ideal for CIP and SIP applications.
For processes that operate under vacuum conditions, a rupture disk with vacuum support ensures that the disk doesn't collapse under differential back-pressure and operates correctly.
The SKRU rupture disk is a solid metal reverse buckling dome that faces into and responds to overpressure.
When used with a Fluoropolymer lined rupture disk, only Fluoropolymer is in contact with the corrosive media, extending holder service life.
The pipeline Was designed to operate at a pressure as high as 3,700 psig with rupture disk set points up to 4,000 psig.
(Oseco), introduces the S-PRO-S, a one-piece rupture disk and sensor that simplifies installation and provides sanitary pressure relief protection and notification in the most demanding food processing applications.
Tenders are invited for Rupture disk of m/s bs and b make
Aggressive corrosive materials can damage rupture disk holders, leading to premature failure which disrupts processing with increased maintenance downtime.
The URA Series, a rupture disk that functions at very high or low burst ratings, is suited for most typical fluid system applications.
Limited Tenders are invited for Rupture Disk Assembly With Reverse Buckling