Piston accumulator ACP series

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Piston Accumulator designed for Mobile applications up to 30 litres, 100mm bore and 275 bar. The ACP piston accumulator offers long, reliable service life and due to its compact & cost effective design it is ideally suited for the mobile market. Product Overview The ACP piston accumulators incorporate a patented crimped design that provides high-strength coupling of caps to steel tube plus superior fatigue life. High grade carbon steel tube and end cap material allows heat to dissipate effectively and is micro-finished for extended seal life. The ACP series is a good alternative to a diaphragm accumulator as it is can provide enhanced nitrogen gas retention and has a compact and lightweight design. Although these accumulators are offered in standard capacities, the steel shell design affords an easy way to "custom" manufacture an accumulator to meet the exact capacity for any customer application. ACP piston accumulators are available in two versions; Rechargeable or Tamperproof. Rechargeable models allow the user to monitor and regulate the gas pre-charge to suit different operating conditions. Tamperproof, sealed-for-life versions of the ACP are pre-charged on assembly to customer specification and are completely maintenance free. Parker Olaer have developed very sophisticated simulation software to optimize sizing recommendations for hydraulic accumulators. You can download the accumulator sizing software from the Product Support tab. Markets: • Mobile • Construction Equipment • Material Handling Equipment • Renewable Energy • Agricultural Machinery

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