Pressure Spike Compensation with a Diaphragm Accumulator

A diaphragm accumulator is an essential component in hydraulic systems. Its task: to store compressed air or nitrogen to maintain pressure within the system and compensate for pressure spikes. This is achieved through a diaphragm that separates two chambers within a housing - one chamber is filled with hydraulic fluid and the other is filled with compressed gas. As pressure increases, the diaphragm compresses and the gas volume decreases. As pressure decreases, the diaphragm expands, releasing stored energy. Diaphragm accumulators are used in various applications to dampen pressure spikes, compensate for volume fluctuations, and improve the stability of hydraulic systems.

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