High pressure systems are classified into; gas and liquid booster pumps. This article will be answering the frequently asked questions regarding the applications and functions of gas booster pumps.
What are Gas Booster Pumps?
Gas booster pumps are high pressure systems that increase the pressure of the gas above ambient pressure. They are also used to transfer high pressure gases without contaminating them.
How are Gas Boosters Different from Air Boosters?
Both the boosters are differentiated by one component. While the gas boosters are designed with a protective barrier, air boosters are not. The protective barrier placed between the air drive and gas compression prevents cross contamination.
What are their Applications?
- Testing high pressure systems and their components
- Testing hoses
- Testing cylinders
- Recovering gas
- Testing leakages and gas pressurization
- Transferring oxygen cylinders
- And many more …
What is Pressure Capacity of Gas Booster Pumps?
Hydratron’s gas booster pumps are capable of developing gas pressures up to 1,448bar (21,000 psi).
Which Gases can be Boosted?
Hydratron’s Gas Booster pumps are engineered to boost a wide variety of bottled or constant supply gases like air, nitrogen, helium, hydrogen, methane and other gases up to higher pressures.
What does Standard Gas Power Units (GPU) offer?
GPUs provide a solution to customers that require a user-friendly and pre-engineered gas booster systems as per their requirements. The additional instrument provides customer access to chart recorders, pressure transducers, and stroke counters.
Why opt for Hydratron’s Gas Booster?
Widely recognized for its ability to create innovative high-quality solutions that provide performance assurance, Hydratron is a trusted manufacturer of high pressure systems and flow control equipment. As an ISO9001 certified business, they also assure high quality standard products.