(HIGH PRESSURE RUPTURE DISKS)
We offer our customers two types of standard high pressure bursting discs (high pressure rupture disks): conical (cap form) and flat bursting discs.
High pressure bursting discs (high pressure rupture bursting disks) in cap form are made from nickel or nickel-based material and are ideal for use with pressures between 400 and 7,000 bar. Our flat flanged bursting discs with nickel foil, nickel-based material, stainless steel or titanium are perfect for pressures of less than 400 bar.
Our high pressure bursting discs (high pressure rupture disks) in cap form are used together with a cone shaped pressure pad in the conical seat of a high pressure screw connection and are characterised by their extreme tightness. The flat, flanged high pressure bursting discs by contrast are positioned above the pressure pad in a high pressure screw connection. We produce our bursting discs in dimensions to suit your requirements and deliver them together with the appropriate high pressure screw connection for both conical and flat forms depending on your particular application.
High pressure bursting discs (high pressure rupture disks) are used, for example, in high pressure pumps, test benches for diesel high pressure pumps, extraction and water jet cutting plants and prevent the equipment from being damaged by unauthorised excess pressure. This avoids high repair costs and tedious stoppage periods.