Accumulator & Accessories

Hydraulic Accumulator Products and Accessories Catalog HY10-1630/US WARNING FAILURE OR IMPROPER SELECTION OR IMPROPER USE OF THE PRODUCTS AND/OR SYSTEMS DESCRIBED HEREIN OR RELATED ITEMS CAN CAUSE DEATH, PERSONAL INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE. This document and other information from Parker Hannifin Corporation, its subsidiaries and authorized distributors provide product and/or system options for further investigation by users having expertise. It is important that you analyze all aspects of your application, including consequences of any failure and review the information concerning the product or system in the current product catalog. Due to the variety of operating conditions and applications for these products or systems, the user, through its own analysis and testing, is solely responsible for making the final selection of the products and systems and assuring that all performance, safety and warning requirements of the application are met. 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If you have questions about the products contained in this catalog, or their applications, please contact: Global Accumulator Division phone 815 636 4100 fax 815 636 4111 parker.com/accumulator Extra care is taken in the preparation of this literature, but Parker is not responsible for any inadvertent typographical errors or omissions. Information in this catalog is only accurate as of the date of publication. For a more current information base, please consult the Parker Accumulator Division web site at www.parker.com/accumulator. Rockford, Illinois 10711 N Second Street, Rockford, IL 61115 Santa Fe Springs, California 14087 Borate Street Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670 Hellaby, Rotherham Barbatos Way, Hellaby Industrial Estate, Roterham, South Yorkshire, S66 8RX Piston 5000 4000 ACP 3000 2000 SBA Safety Diaphragm Bladder Blocks SurgeKushons Accessories Gas Bottles Kleen Vent Maint. Sizing Inline Pulse-Tone™ Contents Introduction…………………………………………………………………………… 3 Industry-Leading Experience and Capabilities………………………… 4 Certifications for Global Requirements…………………………………… 6 Selecting and Applying Accumulators……………………………………. 8 Design Features and Construction……………………………………… 9 Operation……………………………………………………………………… 10 Accumulator Selection……………………………………………………. 11 Gas Bottle Installations…………………………………………………… 14 Large/Multiple Accumulators……………………………………………. 15 Precharging………………………………………………………………….. 16 Failure Prevention………………………………………………………….. 19 Solutions for Oil & Gas and Power Generation……………………… 20 Solutions for Mobile Applications…………………………………………. 22 Parker (inPHorm™) Software……………………………………………….. 24 Piston Accumulators……………………………………………………………. 25 Series 2000 & 3000 ………………………………………………………. 28 ACP Piston Accumulators……………………………………………….. 37 Series 4000 & 5000……………………………………………………….. 43 Bladder Accumulators…………………………………………………………. 51 Bottom Repairable…………………………………………………………. 54 Top Repairable………………………………………………………………. 55 High-flow……………………………………………………………………… 56 Transfer Barrier……………………………………………………………… 57 Gas Bottles…………………………………………………………………… 58 Diaphragm Accumulators…………………………………………………….. 65 Inline Pulse-Tone™ Hydraulic Shock Suppressors…………………. 71 3000 PSI……………………………………………………………………… 75 5000 PSI……………………………………………………………………… 77 Large Gas Bottles………………………………………………………………… 81 SBA Accumulator Safety Blocks…………………………………………… 85 Accumulator Accessories……………………………………………………. 97 KleenVent KV Series Hydraulic Reservoir Isolators……………… 109 SurgeKushons…………………………………………………………………… 113 Maintenance Instructions…………………………………………………… 121 Piston Accumulators…………………………………………………….. 121 Bladder Accumulators………………………………………………….. 131 Diaphragm Accumulators……………………………………………… 145 Pulse-Tone™ Inline Surge Suppressors…………………………….. 149 Offer of Sale………………………………………………………………………. 156 1 MINING OIL AND GAS CONSTRUCTION WIND POWER FORESTRY SOLAR POWER RENEWABLE ENERGY MOBILE UTILITY AGRICULTURE INJECTION MOLDING MILITARY 2 Our piston accumulators meet special requirements including high pressure (20,000 PSI and up), large bore (25″ and larger), and fabrication with such materials as stainless steel and new composite technology. With Greer expertise as part of today’s Parker advantage for the oil and gas industry, we are a major supplier of 10-, 11- and 15-gallon bladder accumulators with pressure capabilities up to 6,600 PSI. Parker offers a complete line of accessories that complement and enhance the accumulator operation. Hydro-pneumatic accumulators are the most widely used type of accumulator in industrial and mobile hydraulic systems. They use compressed gas to apply force to hydraulic fluid. Identical in their operating principle, Parker’s piston, bladder and diaphragm accumulators use different mechanisms to separate the gas from the fluid. It is this difference – and the resulting performance characteristics – which determines the appropriate style accumulator for different applications. Adding an accumulator to a hydraulic system can: • improve system efficiency • absorb shock • supplement pump delivery • provide emergency power • compensate for leakage • maintain pressure • dispense fluid • compensate for slow component response 3 Industry-Leading Experience and Capabilities With more years of experience than any other name, Parker Hannifin’s Global Accumulator Division is the industry leader in accumulator solutions for energy optimization. We supply the broadest hydropneumatic accumulator product line, including pistons, bladders and diaphragms. In fact, the well-known Greer bladder accumulator line is part of today’s Parker advantage. As a result, without limitations or bias, we recommend and supply the best engineered solution based on your application. You can depend on Parker’s unmatched strengths in: • state-of-the-art technology • lean processes resulting in reduced lead times • the industry’s top technicians and professionals • leadership in engineered custom-design work • certification capabilities for today’s global demands Superior technology and lean manufacturing Years of lean manufacturing principles allow us to turn your order around quickly and efficiently. We use highly flexible automation, high-precision injection molding machines and robotic machining cells to produce the highest-quality bladder and piston accumulators. Every accumulator is pressure tested to world-class quality standards before it ships to the customer. Leading engineered custom design Due to our strong engineering capabilities, you can also look to Parker first for custom-design initiatives and solutions, including: • efficient modification of standard designs to your specifications • custom rubber compression molding capabilities • all grades of steel, stainless steel and exotic materials, as well as advanced performance materials • temperature pressure and positioning sensors technology • special mounting, including bank (rack) configurations of multiple accumulators Quick turnaround and highest quality are assured by Parker’s lean manufacturing principles and state-of-the-industry processes. 4 Total assurance, from evaluation to delivery As a major industry supplier of all three types of accumulators, we first evaluate your needs and opportunities to increase the performance, efficiency and value of your product. We recommend the ideal solution based on your specific situation and criteria. We then ensure that your accumulators are manufactured with the best-grade materials to the highest industry standards. And we provide the required labeling, specially designed packaging and shipping containers to meet today’s critical safety and environmental regulations. Expertise in advancedperformance solutions For leading-edge performance in your products or systems, today and tomorrow, continually look to Parker for advanced solutions, including: • composite accumulators – for valuable weight savings and resistance to corrosion • accumulator systems – multiple accumulator bank/ rack configurations, including manifolds and frames • pulsation and shock dampening devices – reducing noise as well as component wear and leakage • gas struts • integrated accumulator manifolds • high-pressure accumulators • Extreme Seal • reservoir isolation Performing impressively, the world over From low-pressure pilot circuits to high-pressure offshore systems, Parker accumulators are essential to Accumulator composites consist of two or more materials constituting a stiffer, stronger “reinforcement” phase and a shell or “matrix” phase. Parker’s epoxy/carbon composite has a tensile strength of about 300,000 psi versus a typical steel design’s 85,000 psi. mobile and industrial equipment. For our superior capabilities, experience and service, major OEMs have made us their supplier of choice. The wide spectrum of customers we serve includes manufacturers of: • construction machinery • transportation vehicles • farm machinery and equipment • oil and gas field machinery • offshore equipment • industrial trucks and tractors • specialized industrial machines • process control valves • power generation equipment • motion simulation systems See for yourself why Parker is the trusted supplier to a major share of today’s accumulator market. Also count on our worldwide service, distribution and sales network to keep us responsive and accessible to you anywhere, anytime. Parker accumulator customers have the leading advantage of our: • sales and service offices located globally • worldwide distribution network • manufacturing facilities on five continents • emergency delivery with a toll-free call • inPHormTM sizing and selection software • instant information at www.parker.com/accumulator For the details and assistance you need to put our strengths to work for your operations, contact Parker’s Global Accumulator Division. 5 The Integrated Accumulator Manifold is one of many Parkers engineered solutions. Certifications for Global Requirements Certifications for accumulators vary – often quite significantly – depending upon the application they will be used for and the country they will be used in. Sorting through the myriad of requirements that may be encountered is a daunting and difficult task. A truly global certification standard, meanwhile, remains all but impossible to achieve due to the parameters that must be met for individual country regulations. Parker’s Global Accumulator Division engineers have extensively researched and fully understand these pressure vessel codes. From the United States to Europe, Asia and Australia, our experts are ready and able to help you avoid the many costly and timeconsuming pitfalls you didn’t see coming. Furthermore, GAD can provide the global accumulator certifications you need. Accumulators and gas bottles are pressure vessels that are subject to safety laws, regulations, and ordinances that are valid in the state or country of installation. Other particular regulations must be observed in certain industries such as mining, shipbuilding and aircraft. This Brief will discuss the two fundamental design codes and several of the most common certifications. Since many more certifications exist, we recommend contacting Parker’s Global Accumulator Division engineers to insure proper conformance to those standards. Two Base Design Codes While many countries have their own regulations and quality standards for hydraulic accumulators, most refer back to one of two base design codes. The oldest and most referenced design code for pressure vessels is ASME. Originally written to create a standard for the manufacture of boilers on steam locomotives, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section VIII, Division 1 has evolved into requirements for unfired pressure vessels and accumulators in the United States. This section requires the following: 1. Certification on vessels with internal diameters of 6″ or greater. 2. Certified vessels carry the “U” symbol on them as evidence that they were designed and manufactured in accordance with the Code. The “U” symbol is an internationally recognized symbol of design and manufacturing quality. 3. Accumulators must be manufactured from materials that meet ASME specifications for traceability. 4. A design factor of 4:1 in the ratio of minimum burst pressure to rated pressure. All design factors are with respect to the specified minimum tensile strength of the material. 5. ASME requires that each vessel be marked with the design pressure at the Minimum Design Metal Temperature (MDMT) for the vessel. 6. Surveillance of an approved quality system, like ISO 9001. 7. All hydrostatic testing to be witnessed by a recognized authorized inspection agency. The 4:1 design factor requirement is mandatory for all accumulators with ASME Certification with the exception of those that comply with a specific rule within the Code called “Appendix 22.” Appendix 22 permits that accumulators manufactured with “forged” shells and with openings of a specified maximum size may be certified with a design factor of 3:1 in the ratio of burst pressure to rated pressure. This includes bladder style accumulators. The second base design code is the European Pressure Equipment Directive. In May 2002, the Directive 97/23/EC (Pressure Equipment Directive) came into regulation in the European Union. This Directive applies to the design, manufacture, testing and conformity assessment of pressure equipment and assemblies of pressure equipment that operate over 0.5 bar. The directive requires the following: 1. The operating fluids must be in Group 2 (non-hazardous). 2. Certified vessels with a volume greater than 1 liter gas capacity must be CE marked. 6 3. Certified vessels must be manufactured from materials that meet PED specifications for traceability. 4. Certified product must pass a low temperature Charpy test (temperature to be determined by application or customer). 5. Surveillance of an approved quality system, such as ISO 9001. 6. All hydrostatic testing to be witnessed by an approved notified body. Parker holds module H1 certification – allowing us to self certify accumulators saving our customers time and money. 7. Once installed, equipment and accumulator inspection as well as operational safety are controlled by national laws. Accumulators with a volume less than 1 liter, of gas capacity, fall within the guidelines of Sound Engineering Practice (SEP). Accumulators built to SEP must be built to a known standard and have an approved notified body approve the design and the technical file. These accumulators DO NOT carry a CE marking. Country Certifications Below is a brief list of the most popular country standards that Parker GAD can provide: 1. Canada: Canadian Registration Numbers (CRN) can be obtained by constructing an accumulator from ASME-certified material using ASME standards of design then applying for the registration number. Each province has its own registration number, thus the end destination of the accumulator must be known. Some provinces are allowing alternative design codes like the PED for specific markets such as farming and mining. Contact Parker GAD for detailed specifics. 2. Australia: AS1210 is a standard based on ASME design requirements. Additional hydrostatic testing is required. The accumulator must be tested at 1.5 times the design pressure for 30 minutes plus an additional 1 minute per mm of thickness of the shell/vessel. 3. China: Accumulators shipped to China often require Special Equipment Licensing Office (SELO) approval. China currently accepts both PED and ASME design standards. To manufacture accumulators for the Chinese marketplace, a manufacturing license is required. Paperwork both before and after the purchase of the accumulator is required for submittal to China for tracking purposes. 4. Russia: Accumulators shipped to Russia often require GOST approval. GOST currently accepts both PED and ASME design standards. A technical file called a “passport” must be submitted with each accumulator shipment. 5. Brazil: The Regulatory Rule NR-13 establishes the minimum conditions for the installation, operation, maintenance and inspection of pressure vessels and boilers in Brazil. Both ASME and the PED are acceptable design codes, but ASME designs are more prevalent. When NR-13 is required, Parker’s engineers can submit a technical file to Brazilian Registered Engineers (BRE) for approval. After approval, an inspection at the place of installation will be performed by the BRE. This could also include hydrostatic testing. Industry/Market Standards 1. American Bureau of Shipping (ABS): Is required for accumulators installed on shipping vessels and oil rigs. To be added to a Product Design Assessment Certificate, accumulators must meet ASME design requirements plus any additional ABS requirements. Parker has an ABS Certificate of Manufacturing Assessment and many accumulators are listed on the Bureau’s List of Type Approved Products. All ABSapproved accumulators must be witness tested at Parker by an ABS inspector. 2. Det Norske Veritas (DNV): Off-shore Standard DNVOS- E101 is often required for accumulators on off-shore oil and gas applications, particularly in the North Sea. Many of Parker’s accumulators have DNV Type Approval. Additional Information GAD also offers dual-certified ASME/ CE accumulators. No matter where you need to be, Parker’s Global Accumulator Division will be there to support you with the necessary products, services and global certifications. 7 Selecting and Applying Accumulators In industrial and mobile applications, three types of hydro-pneumatic accumulators – piston, bladder and diaphragm – are used. Each has particular advantages and limitations which should be considered when selecting an accumulator for a specific application. Making the right choice – Summary Table Piston Bladder Diaphragm Precharge SensING Yes No No Flow Rate Highest Avg/Med Low Temperature Tolerance Range Highest High Avg/Med Output/Compression Ratios High ≤ 4:1 4:1 to 8:1 Serviceability High High Non-Repairable Dirt Tolerance Low High High Response Time See Fig. 4 & 5 Quick Quick Water Tolerance Avg/Med High — Low Lubricity Fluid Tolerance Avg/Med High High Weight Size Dependent Size Dependent Lightest Op Pressures Up To 30,000 psi Up to 6600 psi* Up to 3600 psi Failure Mode Progressive Sudden Sudden Size/Envelope Custom Length/Diameters One Choice One Choice Per Capacity Per Capacity * With ASME Appendix 22 Bladder/Diaphragm accumulators are generally preferred for applications where rapid cycling, high fluid contamination and fast response times are required. They provide excellent gas/fluid separation. Piston accumulators offer greater efficiency and flexibility in most applications, due to their wider range of sizes. Parker’s piston accumulators feature a five-blade V-O-ring which maintains full contact between the piston and the bore, without rolling. Sealing remains effective even under rapid cycling at high operating pressures. Note: Failure or improper selection or improper use of accumulators or related items can cause death, personal injury and property damage. Parker Hannifin shall not be liable for any incidental, consequential or special damages that result from use of the information contained in this publication. 8 Bladder accumulators Parker’s bladder accumulators feature a non-pleated, flexible rubber bladder housed within a steel shell. A steel gas valve is molded on the top of the bladder. A poppet valve, normally held open by spring force, prevents the bladder from extruding through the port when the bladder is fully expanded in the shell. Parker’s bladder accumulators are available as either top or bottom repairable units, for optimum flexibility. Diaphragm accumulators Parker’s diaphragm accumulators feature a one-piece molded diaphragm which is mechanically sealed to the high strength metal shell. The flexible diaphragm provides excellent gas and fluid separation. The non-repairable electron-beam welded construction reduces size, weight, and ultimately cost. The bladder/diaphragm is charged with a dry inert gas, such as high purity nitrogen, to a set precharge pressure determined by the system requirements. As system pressure fluctuates, the bladder/diaphragm expands and contracts to discharge fluid from, or allow fluid into, the accumulator shell. Piston accumulators Parker’s piston accumulators consist of a cylindrical body, sealed by a gas cap and charging valve at the gas end, and by a hydraulic cap at the opposite end. A lightweight piston separates the gas side of the accumulator from the hydraulic side. As with the bladder/diaphragm accumulator, the gas side is charged with high purity nitrogen to a predetermined pressure. Changes in system pressure cause the piston to glide up and down along the shell, allowing fluid to enter or forcing it to be discharged from the accumulator body. Design Features and Construction Fig. 1 Typical bladder, diaphragm and piston accumulator cross section BLADDER DIAPHRAGM PISTON 9 Operation Stage A The accumulator is empty, and neither gas nor hydraulic sides are pressurized. Stage B The accumulator is precharged. Stage C The hydraulic system is pressurized. As system pressure exceeds gas precharge hydraulic pressure fluid flows into the accumulator. Stage D System pressure peaks. The accumulator is filled with fluid to its design capacity. Any further increase in hydraulic pressure is prevented by a relief valve in the hydraulic system. Stage E System pressure falls. Precharge pressure forces fluid from the accumulator into the system. Stage F Minimum system pressure is reached. The accumulator has discharged its design maximum volume of fluid back into the system. Fig. 2 Operating conditions of bladder, piston, and diaphragm style accumulators DIAPHRAGM PISTON BLADDER * * * Do not return to initial precharge level * 10 When selecting an accumulator for a particular application, both hydraulic system and accumulator performance criteria should be considered. To ensure long and satisfactory service life, the following factors should be taken into account: • failure mode • output volume • flow rate • fluid type • response time • shock suppression • high-frequency cycling • mounting position • external forces • sizing information • certification • safety • temperature effect • dwell time Failure modes In certain applications, a sudden failure may be preferable to a gradual failure. A high-speed machine, for example, where product quality is a function of hydraulic system pressure. Because sudden failure is detected immediately, scrap is minimized, whereas gradual failure might mean that production of a large quantity of sub-standard product could occur before the failure became apparent. A bladder/ diaphragm accumulator would be most suitable for this application. Conversely, where continuous operation is paramount and sudden failure could be detrimental, for example, in a braking or steering circuit on mobile equipment, a progressive failure mode is desirable. In this application, a piston accumulator would be appropriate. Output volume The maximum available capacity of each type of accumulator determines the limits of their suitability where large output volumes are required. There are, however, several methods of achieving higher output volumes than standard accumulator capacities suggest (see Large/ Multiple Accumulators, page 15). Table 1 compares typical fluid outputs for Parker’s 10-gallon piston and bladder accumulators operating isothermally as auxiliary power sources over a range of minimum system pressures. The higher precharge pressures recommended for piston accumulators result in higher outputs than from comparable bladder accumulators. Also, bladder accumulators are not generally suitable for compression ratios greater than 4:1, as these could result in excessive bladder deformation, higher gas temperature, excessive side wall wear, and eventual failure. Piston accumulators have an inherently higher output relative to their overall dimensions, which may be critical in locations where space is limited. Piston accumulators are available in a choice of diameters and lengths for a given capacity, whereas bladder and diaphragm accumulators are frequently offered in only one size per capacity, and fewer sizes are available. Piston accumulators can also be built to custom lengths for applications in which available space is critical. Flow rate Table 2 shows typical maximum flow rates for Parker’s accumulator styles in a range of sizes. The larger standard bladder accumulator designs are limited to 220 GPM, although this may be increased to 600 GPM using a larger high-flow port. Flow rates greater than 600 GPM may be achieved by mounting several accumulators on a common manifold. (see Large/ Multiple Accumulators, page 15). Accumulator Selection *Below recommended minimum operating ratio of 4:1 Table 1: Relative Outputs of a 10 Gallon Accumulator Compression System Pressure Recommended Fluid Output Ratio PSI Precharge PSI Gallons max min Bladder Piston Bladder Piston 1.5 3000 2000 1800 1900 2.79 3.00 2 3000 1500 1350 1400 4.23 4.41 3 3000 1000 900 900 5.70 5.70 6 3000 500 * 400 * 6.33 Table 2: Maximum Recommended Accumulator Flow Rates GPM at 3000 PSI Piston Bladder Diaphragm Piston Bladder Bladder Diaphragm Bore Capacity Capacity Std. High-flow 2 1 qt. .5-10 cu. in. 100 40 11 3 1 gal. 20-85 cu. in. 220 150 26 4 2.5 gal. 120-170 cu. in. 400 220 600 42 6 and 800 220 600 7 Larger 1200 220 600 9 2000 220 600 12 3400 11 For a given system pressure, flow rates for piston accumulators generally exceed those for bladder designs. Flow is limited by piston velocity, which should not exceed 10 ft/sec. to avoid piston seal damage. In high-speed applications, high seal contact temperatures and rapid decompression of nitrogen that has permeated the seal itself, can cause blisters, cracks and pits on the seal surface. Contamination / Fluid type Bladder/diaphragm accumulators are more resistant to damage caused by contamination of the hydraulic fluid than piston types. While some risk exists from contaminants trapped between the bladder and the shell, a higher risk of failure exists from the same contaminants acting on the piston seal. Bladder accumulators are usually preferred to piston type accumulators for water service applications. Water systems tend to carry more solid contaminants and lubrication is poor. Both the piston and bladder type units require some type of preparation to resist corrosion on the wetted surfaces. Piston accumulators are preferred for systems using exotic fluids or where extremes of temperature are experienced as compared to bladders. Piston seals are more easily molded in the required special compounds, and may be less expensive. Response time In theory, bladder/diaphragm accumulators should respond more quickly to system pressure variations than piston accumulator types, since there is no static friction to overcome with a piston seal, and there is no piston mass to be accelerated or decelerated. This is particularly true in small capacity, lower pressure applications. In practice, however, the difference in response is not great, and is probably insignificant in most applications. This applies equally in servo applications, as only a small percentage of servos require response times of 25 ms or less. This is the point where the difference in response between piston and bladder accumulators becomes significant. Generally, a bladder accumulator should be used for applications requiring less than 25 ms response time, and either accumulator type for a response of 25 ms or greater. Shock suppression Shock control does not necessarily demand a bladder/diaphragm accumulator. Example 1 A test circuit (Fig. 3) includes a control valve situated 118 feet from a pump supplying fluid at 29.6 GPM. The circuit uses 1.25-inch tubing, and the relief valve is set to open at 2750 PSI. Shutting the control valve (Fig. 4) produces a pressure spike of 385 PSI over relief valve setting (blue trace). Fig. 3 Test circuit to generate and measure shock waves in a hydraulic system Fig. 4 Shock wave test results – Example 1 Fig. 5 Shock wave test results – Example 2 12 Installing a Parker one-gallon piston accumulator at the valve reduces the transient to 100 PSI over relief valve setting (green trace). Substituting a one-gallon bladder accumulator further reduces the transient to 80 PSI over relief valve setting (red trace), an improvement of only 20 PSI and of little practical significance. Example 2 A second, similar test using 0.625-inch tubing and a relief valve setting of 2650 PSI (Fig. 5) results in a pressure spike of 2011 PSI over relief valve setting without an accumulator (blue trace). A Parker piston accumulator reduces the transient to 107 PSI over relief valve setting (green trace), while a bladder accumulator achieves a transient of 87 PSI over relief valve setting (red trace). The difference between accumulator types in shock suppression is again negligible. High-frequency cycling High-frequency system pressure cycling can cause a piston accumulator to ‘dither’, with the piston cycling rapidly back and forth in a distance less than its seal width. Over an extended period, this condition may cause heat buildup under the seal due to lack of lubrication, resulting in seal and bore wear. For high frequency dampening applications, therefore, a bladder/diaphragm accumulator was generally used. However, Parker has recently developed special piston seals that perform as effective as bladder/diaphragm accumulators. Mounting position The optimum mounting position for any accumulator is vertical, with the hydraulic port downwards. Piston accumulators can be mounted horizontally if the fluid is kept clean but, if solid contaminants are present or expected in significant amounts, horizontal mounting can result in uneven or accelerated seal wear. A bladder accumulator may also be mounted horizontally, but uneven wear on the side of the bladder as it rubs against the shell while floating on the fluid can reduce its service life and even cause permanent distortion. The extent of the damage will depend upon fluid cleanliness, cycle rate and compression ratio (i.e., maximum system pressure divided by minimum system pressure). In extreme cases, fluid can be trapped away from the hydraulic port (Fig. 6), reducing output, as the bladder extends, forcing the poppet valve to close prematurely. Horizontal mount in high-flow applications is not recommended as the bladder can be pinched by the poppet. External forces Any application subjecting an accumulator to acceleration, deceleration or centrifugal force may have a detrimental effect on its operation, and could cause damage to a bladder accumulator. Forces along the axis of the tube or shell normally have little effect on a bladder accumulator but may cause a variation in gas pressure in a piston accumulator due to the mass of the piston. Forces perpendicular to an accumulator’s axis should not affect a piston accumulator, but fluid in a bladder accumulator may be thrown to one side of the shell (Fig. 7), displacing the bladder and flattening and lengthening it. In this condition, fluid discharge could cause the poppet valve to pinch and cut the bladder. Higher precharge pressures increase the resistance of the bladder to the effects of perpendicular forces. Sizing information Accurate sizing of an accumulator is critical if it is to deliver a long and reliable service life. Information Fig. 6 A horizontally mounted bladder accumulator can trap fluid away from the hydraulic valve Fig. 7 Perpendicular force causes the mass of the fluid to displace the bladder 13 and worked examples are shown in Parker’s accumulator catalogues, or accumulator size can be calculated automatically by entering application details into Parker’s accumulator inPHorm software selection program. Please contact your local Parker distributor for details, or contact us at www.parker.com/accumulator. Safety Hydro-pneumatic accumulators should always be used in conjunction with a safety block, to enable the accumulator to be isolated from the circuit in an emergency or for maintenance purposes. Remote gas storage offers installation flexibility where the available space or position cannot accommodate an accumulator of the required size. A smaller accumulator may be used in conjunction with a Parker auxiliary gas bottle, which can be located elsewhere (Fig. 8). The gas bottle is sized by the formula: For Piston: gas bottle size = accumulator size – (required output from accumulator x 1.1) For Bladder Type Accumulators: gas bottle size = accumulator size – (required output from accumulator x 1.25) For example, an application that calls for a 30-gallon accumulator may only actually require eight gallons of fluid output. This application could therefore be satisfied with a 10-gallon accumulator and a 20-gallon gas bottle. Gas bottle installations may use either bladder or piston accumulators, subject to the following considerations: • Any accumulator used with remote gas storage should generally have the same size port at the gas end as at the hydraulic end, to allow an unimpeded flow of gas to and from the gas bottle. The gas bottle will have an equivalent port in one end and a gas charging valve at the other. • A piston accumulator should be carefully sized to prevent the piston bottoming at the end of the cycle. Bladder accumulators should be sized to prevent filling to more than 75% full. • Bladder accumulators require a special device called a transfer barrier tube at the gas end, to prevent extrusion of the bladder into the gas bottle piping. The flow rate between the bladder transfer barrier tube and its gas bottle will be restricted by the neck of the transfer barrier tube. • Because of the above limitations, piston accumulators are generally preferred to bladder types for use in gas bottle installations. • Diaphragm accumulators are normally not used in conjunction with gas bottles. Fig. 8 An accumulator can be used with a remote gas bottle where space is critical The bladder/transfer barrier should never be filled more than 75% full Gas Bottle Installations 14 The requirement for an accumulator with an output of more than 50 gallons cannot usually be met by a single accumulator, because larger piston designs are relatively expensive, and bladder designs are not generally available in these sizes. The requirement, however, can be met using one of the multiplecomponent installations shown in Figs. 9 and 10. The installation in Fig. 10 consists of several gas bottles serving a single piston accumulator through a gas manifold. The accumulator portion may be sized outside of the limitations of the sizing formula on page 14, but should not allow the piston to strike the caps repeatedly while cycling. The larger gas volume available with this configuration allows a relatively greater piston movement – and hence fluid output – than with a conventionally sized single accumulator. A further advantage is that, because of the large precharge ‘reservoir’, gas pressure is relatively constant over the full discharge cycle of the accumulator. The major disadvantage of this arrangement is that a single seal failure could drain the whole gas system. Note: The addition of individual isolation valves on the gas bottles remedies this issue. The installation in Fig. 9 uses several accumulators, of piston or bladder design, mounted on a hydraulic manifold. Two advantages of multiple accumulators over multiple gas bottles are that higher unit fluid flow rates are permissible, and a single leak will not drain precharge pressure from the entire system. A potential disadvantage is that, where piston accumulators are used, the piston with the least friction will move first and could occasionally bottom on the hydraulic end cap. However, in a slow or infrequently used system, this would be of little significance. Large/Multiple Accumulators Fig. 9 Multiple accumulators manifolded together offer high system flow rates Fig. 10 Several gas bottles can supply precharge pressure to a single accumulator 15 Precharging Fig. 13 Fluid entering an un-precharged bladder accumulator has forced the bladder into the gas stem Precharging process Correct precharging involves accurately filling the gas side of an accumulator with a high purity dry, inert gas, before admitting fluid to the hydraulic side. It is important to precharge an accumulator to the correct specified pressure. Precharge pressure determines the volume of fluid retained in the accumulator at minimum system pressure. In an energy storage application, a bladder/diaphragm accumulator is typically precharged to 90% of minimum system pressure, and a piston accumulator to 95% of minimum system pressure at the system operating temperature. The ability to correctly carry out and maintain precharging is an important factor when choosing the type of accumulator for an application. Bladder accumulators are far more susceptible to damage during precharging than piston types. Before precharging and entering in service, the inside of the shell should be thoroughly lubricated with system fluid. This fluid acts as a cushion, and lubricates and protects the bladder as it expands. When precharging, the first 50 PSI of nitrogen should be introduced slowly. Failure to follow this precaution could result in immediate bladder failure: highpressure nitrogen, expanding rapidly and thus cold, could form a channel in the folded bladder, concentrating at the bottom. Once the poppet valve has closed, the precharge can be increased to the desired pressure. The chilled, brittle rubber, expanding rapidly would then inevitably rupture (Fig. 11). The bladder could also be forced under the poppet, resulting in a cut (Fig. 12). Close attention should be paid to operating temperature during precharging, as a rise in temperature will cause a corresponding increase in pressure which could then exceed the precharge limit. Little damage can occur when precharging or checking the precharge on a piston accumulator, but care should be taken to make sure the accumulator is void of all fluid to prevent getting an incorrect reading on the precharge. The protective cover on the hydraulic port must be removed prior to precharging. This will prevent the cover from flying off if the piston is not resting on the hydraulic cap. Excessively high precharge Excessive precharge pressure or a reduction in the minimum system pressure without a corresponding reduction in precharge pressure may cause operating problems or damage to accumulators. With excessive precharge pressure, a piston accumulator will cycle between stages (e) and (b) of Fig. 2, and the piston will travel too close to the hydraulic end cap. The piston could bottom at minimum system pressure, reducing output and eventually damaging the piston and piston seal. The piston can often be heard bottoming, warning of impending problems. An excessive precharge in a bladder accumulator can drive the bladder into the poppet assembly when cycling between stages (e) and (b). This could cause fatigue failure of the poppet spring assembly, or even a pinched and cut bladder, should it become trapped beneath the poppet as it is forced closed (Fig. 12). Excessive precharge pressure is the most common cause of bladder failure. Excessively low precharge Excessively low precharge pressure or an increase in system pressure without a corresponding increase in precharge pressure can also cause operating problems and subsequent 16 Fig. 11 (Left) Starburst rupture caused by loss of bladder elasticity Fig. 12 (Right) C-shaped cut shows that bladder has been trapped under poppet accumulator damage. With no precharge in a piston accumulator, the piston will be driven into the gas end cap and will often remain there. Usually, a single contact will not cause any damage, but repeated impacts will eventually damage the piston and seal. Conversely, for a bladder accumulator, too low or no precharge can have rapid and severe consequences. The bladder will be crushed into the top of the shell and can extrude into the gas stem and be punctured (Fig. 13). This condition is known as “pick out.” One such cycle is sufficient to destroy a bladder. Overall, piston accumulators are generally more tolerant of careless precharging. Note: A pick out appears as a pin hole at the base of the bladder stem. Monitoring piston accumulator precharge Several methods can be used to monitor the precharge pressure of Parker’s piston accumulators. Note that, in Fig. 14b, the flat piston must be used to enable the sensor to register its position. • With the hydraulic system shut down, cool and accumulator emptied of fluid: A pressure transducer or gauge located in the gas end cap (Fig. 14a) indicates the true precharge pressure. • In applications where an accumulator is coupled to a gas bottle: A Hall Effect proximity sensor can be installed in the accumulator gas end cap (Fig. 14b) to detect when the piston comes within .050 inch of the cap. This system would provide a warning when precharge pressure has dropped and remedial action should be taken. Fig. 14a Pressure transducer measures actual precharge pressure of shut down system Fig. 14b Hall Effect sensor registers proximity of piston to end cap 17 • In applications where it is desirable to know when the piston is approaching the gas cap of the accumulator or to detect a low precharge, as the rod is detected by the reed or proximity switch, the switch could be set up to send out a warning signal (Fig. 14c). When used with a pressure switch, it could detect a low precharge. In some instances two reed or proximity switches could be installed on the housing. In such a case it may be required that the first switch is always made, assuring us that the precharge is not too high, if the second switch is made, it would report that the precharge is too low. The position of the piston can be detected by a fraction of an inch to several inches before it reaches the end cap. • When it is required to know the exact location of the piston inside the accumulator, use a linear displacement transducer (LDT) (Fig. 14d). Positions as well as velocity can be determined by the use of this unit. An LDT works by sending a signal down the probe. This signal is then reflected by a magnet attached to a rod and piston assembly. The LDT records the amount of time between sending and receiving the reflected signal and then calculates the position of the piston. Multiple signals will allow the unit to calculate velocity. Using this unit will allow the user to know the exact volume of fluid in the accumulator as well as the flow rate of the fluid. Fig. 14 c Proximity switches can sense the position of an approaching piston Fig. 14d Linear Displacement Transducers (LDT) can accurately detect both piston location and velocity Magnetic 18 Accumulator failure is generally defined as inability to accept and exhaust a specified amount of fluid when operating over a specific system pressure range. Failure often results from an unwanted loss or gain of precharge pressure. Correct precharge pressure is the most important factor in prolonging accumulator life. If maintenance of precharge pressure and relief valve settings is neglected, or if system pressures are adjusted without making corresponding adjustments to precharge pressures, shortened service life will result. Bladder accumulators Bladder/Diaphragm accumulator failure occurs instantaneously from bladder/diaphragm rupture (Fig. 15). Rupture cannot be predicted because the intact bladder or diaphragm is essentially impervious to gas or fluid seepage; no measurable gas or fluid leakage through the bladder or diaphragm precedes failure. Piston accumulators Piston accumulator failure generally occurs in one of the following gradual modes. Fluid leaks to the gas side This failure, sometimes called dynamic transfer, normally takes place during rapid cycling operations after considerable time in service. The worn piston seal carries a small amount of fluid into the gas side with each stroke. As the gas side slowly fills with fluid, precharge pressure rises and the accumulator stores and exhausts decreasing amounts of fluid. The accumulator will totally fail when precharge pressure equals maximum hydraulic system pressure. At that point, the accumulator will accept or deliver any fluid. Because the rise in precharge pressure can be measured (Fig. 16a), failure can be predicted and repairs effected before total failure occurs. Gas leakage Precharge may be lost as gas slowly bypasses damaged piston seals. Seal deterioration occurs from excessively long service, from fluid contamination, or from a combination of the two. Gas can also vent directly through a defective gas core or end cap O-ring. The reducing precharge pressure then forces progressively less fluid into the system. Because this gradual decrease in precharge pressure can be measured (Fig. 16b), repairs can again be effected before total failure occurs. Failure Prevention Fig. 15 When an accumulator bladder ruptures, precharge pressure immediately falls to zero Fig. 16 As fluid leaks past an accumulator piston, precharge pressure rises (a) while gas leaking past the piston or valve causes precharge pressure to fall (b) A correctly specified Parker accumulator, installed and maintained in accordance with the guidelines contained in this section, will give many years of trouble-free use. The combination of clean system fluid and accurate precharging will prevent most of the common fault conditions described here, and will contribute to the long life and high operating efficiency of the entire hydraulic system. It is recommended to use Parker filters to keep contaminants out of your system. 19 Solutions for Oil & Gas and Power Generation For today’s power generation accumulator needs in oil and gas production, wind power, wave power, nuclear, hydro-electric, turbine and valve actuator applications, Parker has the most complete selection of solutions. In fact, our unrivaled strengths can significantly help improve your operations’ efficiency, productivity, safety and profitability. With more than 50 years of experience, unsurpassed application and engineering expertise, industryleading production capabilities and 24/7 global accessibility, Parker’s Parker custom-engineers up to 600-gallon capacity piston accumulators, including these 80-gallon special-grade stainless steel designs for 10,000 to 12,000-ft. subsea depths. Global Accumulator Division is your total advantage. See for yourself why we’re the trusted supplier to a major share of today’s worldwide market. The vast product range you expect At Parker, we engineer and manufacture a complete line of hydraulic accumulators and accessories. Our piston product line is the industry’s largest. And the respected heritage of Greer is integrated in today’s Parker bladder accumulator technology and capabilities. Combined, these strengths bring you one uniquely powerful advantage. In addition, we are a leader in meeting special piston accumulator requirements, supplying bladder accumulators to the oil and gas industry, multiple certifications and meeting the dynamic requirements of global certifications. 20 For custom-design initiatives and solutions, customers worldwide look to Parker’s superior engineering capabilities and technology first. Engineered custom-design solutions When you need a custom accumulator solution, whether it’s to solve a problem or optimize an opportunity, you need rapidresponse expertise. Parker quickly sets your ideal solutions in motion with unmatched experience and capabilities. Our custom advantages include: • modifying standard designs to your specifications • bladder injection molding and rubber compound capabilities • all grades of steel, stainless, exotics – plus new weight-saving composite designs • sensors technology • pulsation and shock dampening In addition, we possess leading expertise in special mounting, rack configurations and complete systems including manifolds and frames. The world-class support you deserve when your operations go to emergency power, will the accumulators work the first time, every time? For the most critical scenario as well as utmost reliable day-to-day performance, every Parker accumulator that goes to work in a BOP control unit, tensioner system or compensator first meets or exceeds the highest standards in design and stringent testing. Our quality system has been audited by such industry experts as ABS, DNV, ASME, PED, plus governmental and aerospace agencies. And as you’d expect, we are ISO 9001 certified. Your bottom line also benefits from our lean processes and stateof- the-art systems that ensure the highest quality – with the industry’s shortest lead times. And we deliver our product when you need it. Our proven delivery performance is rooted in tradition and team-driven each day at Parker. We continually consider your big picture, as well. Beyond drilling and development, you can also turn to our broad accumulator expertise to pursue improvements in the facets of exploration, storage, transport and refining. Global presence, immediate accessibility Above all, whenever and wherever in the world you need us, Parker is there with the assistance and information you need. Parker accumulator customers have the leading advantage of our: • sales and service offices located globally • worldwide distribution network • manufacturing facilities on five continents • emergency delivery with a toll-free call • inPHormTM sizing and selection software • instant information at www.parker.com/accumulator • the industry’s most complete print materials By far, your greatest value-added advantage in accumulators is Parker’s Global Accumulator Division. For the details and assistance you need to put our strengths to work for your operations, contact us. 21 Solutions for Mobile Applications From construction sites to farmlands, forests and more, the challenges for mobile hydraulics are wide-ranging and varied. Yet the foremost demands are the same: Total reliability whatever the conditions and optimum performance from start up to shut down. For peak performance and efficiency in mobile equipment, Parker’s Global Accumulator Division has the most complete selection of solutions. We bring you the most experience in the industry, unsurpassed application and engineering expertise, industry-leading production capabilities and 24/7 global accessibility. Accumulator advantages Reduced shock loads, lower noise levels and reduced energy consumption are among the primary benefits of specifying an accumulator in a hydraulic system. Smaller pumps, motors and reservoirs save installation space and cost, while the inherent fail-safe performance of a piston accumulator provides safe operating margins for braking and steering systems. Accumulators also can benefit hydraulic systems by providing: • an auxiliary power source for use during peak periods • protection from damage due to thermal expansion and contraction in a closed system • compensation for changes in fluid value to assure a positive pressure • emergency fail-safe power • maintained necessary pressure for long periods of time • fluid dispensing at a slow, constant rate to critical equipment wear areas In the longer term, reduced operator fatigue and extended maintenance intervals also help to reduce ownership costs and boost operational productivity. Look to the global leader Parker supplies the industry’s broadest hydro-pneumatic accumulator product line, including pistons, bladders and diaphragms. In fact, the wellknown Greer bladder accumulator line is part of today’s Parker advantage. As a result, without limitations or bias, we recommend and supply the best-engineered solution based on your application. You can depend on Parker’s unmatched strengths in: • state-of-the-art technology • lean processes resulting in the industry’s shortest lead times • the industry’s top technicians and professionals • leadership in engineered custom-design work • certification capabilities for today’s global demands 22 Parker technology and lean manufacturing Years of lean manufacturing principles allow us to turn your order around quickly and efficiently. We use highly flexible automation, high-precision injection molding machines and robotic machining cells to produce the highest-quality bladder and piston accumulators. Every accumulator is pressure tested to excellent quality standards before it ships to the customer. And as you’d expect, we are ISO 9001 certified. The right solution for your application As a major industry supplier of all three types of accumulators, we first evaluate your needs and opportunities to increase the performance, efficiency and value of your product. We recommend the ideal solution based on your specific situation and criteria. We then ensure that your accumulators are manufactured with the bestgrade materials to the highest industry standards. And we provide the required labeling, specially designed packaging and shipping containers to meet today’s critical safety and environmental regulations. Leading engineered custom design Due to our strong engineering capabilities, you can also look to Parker first for custom-design initiatives and solutions, including: • efficient modification of standard designs to your specifications • custom rubber compression molding capabilities • all grades of steel, stainless and exotics, as well as advanced performance materials • temperature pressure and positioning sensors technology • special mounting, including bank (rack) configurations of multiple accumulators Unsurpassed reliability and responsiveness Parker accumulators are at work in mobile and industrial equipment worldwide – including some of the harshest environments on earth. For our superior capabilities, experience and service, major OEMs have made us their supplier of choice. In fact, we are the trusted supplier to a major share of today’s accumulator market. Equally important, our worldwide service, distribution and sales network keeps us responsive and accessible to you anywhere, anytime. Parker accumulator customers have the advantages of our: • sales and service offices located globally • worldwide distribution network • manufacturing facilities on five continents • emergency delivery with a toll-free call • inPHormTM sizing and selection software Typical Mobile/Industrial Applications and Advantages Include: • emergency backup for steering, brake and pilot circuits • shock absorption in hydrostatic drives • pressure spike dampening in fork lifts/cherry pickers • optimized suspension and braking systems performance • reduced pulsations in plunger and diaphragm pumps • injection molding and die cast equipment (high pressure and flows in short time period) • maintained pressure and reduced pump size in machine tools • oil supply for turbine engine lubrication • winches (maintaining line tension) • auxiliary/emergency power • instant information at www. parker.com/accumulator • the industry’s most complete print materials For the details and assistance you need to put our strengths to work in your mobile applications, contact Parker’s Global Accumulator Division. Every accumulator is pressure tested before it ships to the customer. 23 Parker (inPHorm™) On Line System Highlights • accumulator sizing and selection • Input formats: – rapid selection – systematic design • available information outputs – HPGL CAD drawing – CAD file (*.dxf) – selection summary printout – RFQ/order sheet printout Version 3.7 makes accumulator product sizing and selection easy Parker offers leading-edge application assistance with inPHormTM for Accumulators. This program walks you through sizing the proper Parker accumulator product for your application. Using inPHorm will increase your efficiency and minimize the engineering time required to design in accumulators. The program: • guides you through the selection process • performs calculations “Advisor” options within the program offer additional assistance with special modifications and design considerations. During any portion of the program, reference materials can be accessed or printed for future use. inPHormTM for Accumulators is available for use online at www.parker.com. Look under Quick Links for Product Selection Tools. For further information call Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division at (815) 636-4100. 24 Catalog HY10-1630/US Introduction Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 25 United States Piston 5000 4000 3000 2000 IN THIS SECTION Series 2000 & 3000 28 ACP Piston Accumulators 37 Series 4000 & 5000 43 3000 Overview Features: • Heavy Duty Service with Operating Pressures to 5000 PSI • 1.5″ thru 12″ Bores with Over Fifty Standard Capacities • “Fatigue Tested” Designs, 2″ thru 7″ Bores • V-O-ring Piston Seals Std • Serviceable Threaded End Construction • Certifications Available: ASME, DNV, ABS, AS1210, SELO, CRN, GOST, CE • Five Standard Seal Options to Handle a Variety of Fluids and Temperatures • Temperature Ranges -45° to 320°F Piston Accumulators Threaded Piston Accumulators ■ ACP Crimped Piston ■ Gas Bottles ■ Metric Accumulators & Bottles Catalog HY10-1630/US Introduction Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 26 United States Overview Piston accumulators provide a means of regulating the performance of a hydraulic system. They are suitable for storing energy under pressure, absorbing hydraulic shocks, and dampening pump pulsation and flow fluctuations. The simple, compact, cylindrical design of piston accumulators ensures dependable performance, maximum efficiency, and long service life. Why Use Piston Accumulators? • Improves System Efficiency • Supplements Pump Flow • Supplies Power in Emergency • Compensates for Leakage • Absorbs Hydraulic Shocks • Wide Range of Sizes • Lower Gas Permeation Rate • Extremely High-flow Rates • High/Low Temperature Tolerance • High Compression Ratios • Can Be Used With Remote Gas Bottles • Can Be Mounted in Any Position • Failure Mode Is Gradual, Predictable • Sensors Can Be Fitted for Performance Monitoring • Less Maintenance Parker Piston Accumulators… Your #1 Choice! Parker is the leading manufacturer of piston accumulators in North America. Parker’s broad offering includes: • Piston Accumulators for 2000, 3000, 4000 & 5000 PSI • Gas Bottles for 3000, 4000 & 5000 PSI • Metric Piston Accumulators for 207, 276 and 345 Bar • Metric Gas Bottles for 207, 276 and 345 Bar • A Wide Array of Options and Accessories Best in Class Capabilities • Accumulators up to 25″ ID and 250 gallons and larger • Pressure ratings in excess of 20,000 PSI • Over 40 types of seal options provide compatibility with any fluid and application • Wide variety of stainless steel and alternative material options • Extreme temperatures, certified product to -50°F • Integrated solutions including imbedded valving and controls in accumulator • Struts and suspension products designed for rugged mobile applications • Many surface coatings, including epoxies, CARC paints, electroless nickel plating • Accumulators custom designed for the most demanding markets and global locations • Unique lockout and tag-out integrated functions • DOT shipping exemptions for pre-charged vessels Our Wide Range of Piston Accumulators . . . Our Piston Accumulator Series Parker offers standard piston accumulators rated for 2000, 3000, 4000 and 5000 PSI. To make it easier for you to order, we have divided the piston accumulator section into Series 2000 & 3000, ACP Accumulators and Series 4000 & 5000 with separate technical and ordering information. Please consult the factory for a wide variety of accumulators with pressure ratings exceeding 5000 PSI. Series 3000 7″ Bore Now Available in Non-ASME ASME certification is a requirement of strength and material traceability (see page 6). Many markets require ASME certification, but not all. It is the function of the system designer to specify whether ASME is or is not required. We now offer a 7″ bore true non-ASME accumulator which meets ASME Section VIII, Division I design requirements while utilizing industry standard materials. When ASME certification is not required, specifying these accumulators can result in moderate savings. Series 2000 12″ Bore Parker offers piston accumulators rated for 2000 PSI. When a 12″ bore is required with a minimum operating pressure of 2,000 PSI or less, specifying these accumulators can result in moderate savings. Catalog HY10-1630/US Introduction Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 27 United States Piston 5000 4000 3000 2000 Design Features & Benefits 3000 Piston type accumulators are designed with compact, rugged steel shell and caps. The steel shell allows heat to dissipate effectively. The bore is micro-finished for extended seal life. The threaded caps allow for easy repair and seal replacement. The piston seal consists of a unique, five-bladed V-O-ring with back-up washers. This design eliminates seal roll-over and ensures total separation of fluid and gas under the most severe operating conditions. The V-O-ring also holds full pressure throughout long idle periods between cycles, providing dependable, full pressure storage of hydraulic energy. It ensures safe, reliable absorption of pressure peaks. The piston seal design helps to prevent sudden failure of the accumulator. The V-O-ring seals are available in a wide variety of compounds to cover a broad range of fluids and operating temperature ranges (see Options). 1 2 7 1 3 2 4 5 6 The lightweight piston design allows fast response to reduce shock in rapid cycling applications. The dished profile of the piston provides extra gas capacity and greater useable volume of fluid. PTFE glide rings eliminate metal-to-metal contact between the tube and piston, reducing wear and extending service life. All piston accumulators are fitted with a standard designed gas valve for ease of gas precharging. Series 3000, 3″ thru 6″ bores, are fitted with standard cored gas valve cartridges (ISO-4570-8V1). The Series 4000 and Series 5000, 3″ thru 6″ bores, have as standard a gas valve with a 5000 PSI high-pressure valve cartridge. Offered as an option is a high flow gas valve (L07689000K). For 7″ thru 12″ bore sizes, the high flow gas valve is standard. The high-flow gas valve is available by special request – please consult factory. The steel gas valve protector reduces the risk of damage to the gas valve from external impact. A wide range of port types and sizes are available. SAE straight thread and SAE flange ports are fitted as standard. NPTF, SAE 4-bolt & special flanges, BSPP, Metric, and ISO 6149-1 ports are available options. 3 4 5 6 7 Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 28 United States IN THIS SECTION Overview 28 Specifications & Options 29 Models, Capacities & Dimensions Series 3000 31 Series 2000 (12” bore only) 32 Port Options 33 Parts & Accessories 34 Ordering Information 35 Overview Series 2000 & 3000 Features • Heavy Duty Service with 3000 PSI Operating Pressure • 3″ thru 12″ Bores with More Than 50 Standard Capacities • V-O-ring Piston Seals • Serviceable Threaded End Construction • Five Standard Seal Options to Handle a Variety of Fluids and Temperatures • ASME/DNV/ABS/AS1210/ SELO/CRN/GOST/CE Certifications Available • Temperature Ranges -45º to 320ºF Series 3000 Piston Accumulators (and 12″ units at 2,000 PSI) Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 29 United States Piston 5000 4000 ACP 3000 2000 Specifications Series 3000 Materials • Shell – high strength alloy steel • Caps – steel • Pistons – aluminum (3″ thru 7″), ductile iron (9″ & 12″) • Gas Valve Cartridge – steel • Gas Valve Protector – steel • Piston Glide Rings – PTFE • Piston & End Seals – various polymers • Piston Seal Backups – PTFE Actual Bore Sizes & Maximum Flow Rates Nominal Bore Size (in) Actual Bore Size Max. Recommended Flow* (in) (mm) GPM LPM 3 3.00 76.20 220 834 4 4.03 102.4 397 1504 6 5.78 146.9 818 3096 7 7.00 177.8 1199 4538 9 9.00 228.6 1982 7502 12 11.88 301.6 3450 13061 *Note: Based on 120 in/sec maximum piston speed, port & fitting size will become limiting factors for most applications. Pressure Ratings Parker Series 3000 piston accumulators are rated at 3000 PSI and a minimum 4 to 1 design factor. Pressures over 3000 PSI, see Series 4000 and Series 5000 accumulators. For pressures over 5000 PSI consult factory. Fluids Parker’s piston accumulators are compatible with a wide variety of fluids. Standard accumulators (with nitrile seals) may be used with petroleum-based industrial oils or water-based flame resistant fluids. Optional seals compatible with most industrial fluids are available with temperature ranges from -45°F to 320°F (-43°C to 160°C). Precharge Units are shipped with a nominal nitrogen precharge as standard. For specific precharge pressures, specify at the time of order. Auxiliary Gas Bottles When space does not permit the installation of the required piston accumulator, a smaller accumulator may be used by connecting it to an auxiliary gas bottle(s) that can be located in a nearby spot where space is available. In some cases, a piston accumulator and gas bottle combination may be more economical, especially large capacity sizes. Piston travel, confined to the accumulator, must be calculated with ample margins to store the required fluid. Standard Ports The following ports are supplied as standard on all fluid ends and on the gas end of accumulators ordered for use with gas bottles: Notes: 1) For flange dimensions, see tables below. 2) On standard 7″ & 9″ bore accumulators, both SAE Straight Thread and Flange ports are available as standard. Omit port code for SAE #32 Straight Thread, specify “PL” port code for 2″ Code 61 Flange when ordering. Flange ports are recommended at operating pressures above 2000 PSI due to pressure limitations of most #32 SAE Straight Thread fittings. Gas Valves Two types of gas valves are available on Series 3000 piston accumulators and gas bottles. Units with 3″ thru 6″ bores, are offered with a cored gas valve cartridge (ISO-4570-8V1) as standard. All 7″ thru 12″ bore units are supplied with a heavy-duty, high-pressure, poppet-type gas valve cartridge (L07689000K) as standard. Available Options If your application requires a piston accumulator, gas bottle, or special option that falls outside of Parker’s broad offering, consult your local distributor, Parker representative, or the factory with your specific requirements. Parker has the manufacturing and engineering expertise to design and build piston accumulators to your exacting requirements, from simple modifications of standard units to complete designs. Some example of Parker’s past special designs include: • High Pressures • Special and Stainless Steel Materials • Piston Position and Velocity Sensors and Switches • Water Service • Non-Standard Capacities • Extreme Temperatures 1/2-20 UNF-2A L07689000* #5 SAE THREAD 1/2–20 UNF-2A Note: The Parker standard gas cap will accept either style gas valve. Bore Size Standard Ports Standard Models Metric Models SAE Port SAE Flange1 BSPP Port (in) Metric SAE Flange1 3 #12 – 1 – 4 #20 – 1 – 6 #24 – 1-1/2 – 7 #32 2″ Code 61 – 2″ Code 61 9 #32 2″ Code 61 – 2″ Code 61 12 – 3″ Code 61 – 3″ Code 61 1 See flange dimensions in Port Options. L07688000* Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 30 United States Water Service Option (W) Piston accumulators are available for use with water as the fluid media. Modifications include electroless nickel plating all surfaces and metal parts. Consult factory for details. Seal Material Options Seal Code Polymer **Recommended Operating Temperature Range Maximum Temperature with Reduced Life General Application and Compatibility* K Buna- Nitrile -20°F to 165°F -29°C to 74°C 200°F 93°C Parker’s Standard Compound – Compatible with most mineral oil-based fluids E Fluorocarbon Elastomer -10°F to 250°F -23°C to 121°C 400°F 204°C Compatible with most mineral oil-based fluids at higher temperatures and some exotic fluids D Ethylene Propylene -40°F to 250°F -40°C to 121°C 300°F 149°C Compatible with most phosphate ester fluids and some synthetic fluids H Hydrogenated Nitrile -25°F to 320°F -32°C to 160°C 350°F 177°C Compatible with most oil-based and biodegradable fluids, maintains sealing effectiveness at a wide range of temperatures Q Low Temp. Nitrile -45°F to 160°F -43°C to 71°C 200°F 93°C Compatible with most mineral oil-based fluids and maintains sealing effectiveness at low temperatures * Consult local distributor or factory for fluid compatibility information. ** The temperatures listed indicate the operating temperature range of the seals, not the accumulator. For the Minimum Design Metal Temperature (MDMT) of ASME certified accumulators, refer to page 31. Gas Valve Option (M) A heavy-duty, high-pressure, poppet-type gas valve is available on 3″ through 6″ bores as an option (M). Specify when ordering. Safety Fuse Options (F) Safety Fuses are used as a safety device on accumulators and gas bottles to prevent over-pressurization of gas due to external heat or hydraulic pressure (set at 140% of maximum system pressure to avoid rupture disk fatigue and premature failure). The rupture disks are calibrated to rupture at a predetermined pressure. Safety fuses are available on most sizes of piston and bladder accumulators and gas bottles. Safety fuses can be installed on all piston accumulators by using the “Fuse Adapter” as shown to the right. 4″ bore units and above can be equipped with a fuse port machined in the gas cap by specifying the “Safety Fuse Option” (F) at the time of order in the model code, see “How to Order.” The safety fuse assembly and/or fuse adapter must be ordered separately. Description Part Number Safety Fuse Assembly1 086471xxxx Replacement Rupture Disks 756003xxxx Fuse Adapter 1468970002 1 Assembly includes housing and rupture disk, xxxx = pressure setting in 100 PSI increments, i.e., for an assembly with a 2000 PSI setting, order P/N 0864712000. Note: ASME and CRN units available upon request. Options Series 2000 & 3000 L07689000K 1/2-20 UNF-2A 1.25 #8 SAE Straight Port Th’d #5 SAE Straight Port Th’d #5 SAE Straight 0.48 Port Th’d 3.77 Fuse Adapter 1.44 0.95 0.70 1.55 Fuse #8 SAE 3/4-16 UNF-2A Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 31 United States Piston 5000 4000 ACP 3000 2000 Models, Capacities & Dimensions Series 3000 3000 PSI (207 Bar Metric) Piston Accumulators for Oil and Water Service Threaded Port Configuration Flange Port Configuration F Dia. Bolt Circle 3 Mounting Holes E Thread G Depth D Hydraulic Port B C A Cored Gas Valve (see note) Notes: – For Water Service add “W” after construction code, see “How to Order” information. – Standard accumulators are designated D1K in model number, metric are D2K. – See “Port Options” for complete listing of standard and optional ports. – ASME/DNV/ABS/AS1210/SELO/CRN/GOST/CE certified accumulators and gas bottles are available. – When accumulators are to be used with gas bottles, order “Accumulators for Use with Gas Bottles.” – 3″, 4″ & 6″ bores standard with cored gas valves. Poppet type (L07689000K) gas valve available as an option. Model No. Fluid Volume Gas Volume A in (mm) B in (mm) C in (mm) E in (mm) F in (mm) G in (mm) Weight Oil Service gal (Liters) (cu in) cu in Liters lbs (Kg.) A2N0005D1K (D2K) A2N0010D1K (D2K) A2N0015D1K (D2K) A2N0029D1K (D2K) A2N0058D1K (D2K) – (0.08) – (0.16) – (0.25) 1 Pint (0.48) 1 Quart (0.95) 5 10 15 29 58 6 11 16 30 59 (0.11) (0.19) (0.24) (0.50) (0.98) 2.38 (60) 6.76 (172) 8.31 (211) 9.78 (250) 14.19 (360) 23.19 (589) 1.06 (27) – – – 5 (2.1) 5 (2.3) 6 (3.3) 7 (2.6) 10 (4.7) A3N0029D1K (D2K) A3N0058D1K (D2K) A3N0090D1K (D2K) A3N0116D1K (D2K) A3N0183D1K (D2K) 1 Pint (0.48) 1 Quart (0.95) 1.5 Quart (1.42) 1/2 Gal. (1.90) 3 Quart (2.84) 29 58 90 116 183 34 63 95 121 188 (0.56) (1.03) (1.56) (1.98) (3.08) 3.56 (90) 10.25 (260) 14.34 (364) 18.94 (481) 22.56 (573) 32.06 (814) 1.13 (29) .39 (9.9) 2.25 (60) 0.59 (15) 14 (6.5) 18 (8.1) 22 (9.8) 25 (11.1) 32 (14.6) A4N0058D1K (D2K) A4N0116D1K (D2K) A4N0231D1K (D2K) A4N0347D1K (D2K) A4N0578D1K (D2K) 1 Quart (0.95) 1/2 Gal. (1.90) 1 Gal. (3.79) 1-1/2 Gal. (5.69) 2-1/2 Gal. (9.47) 58 116 231 347 578 68 126 241 357 588 (1.11) (2.06) (3.95) (5.85) (9.64) 4.75 (121) 11.63 (295) 16.19 (411) 25.19 (640) 34.31 (871) 52.38 (1330) 1.13 (29) .45 (11.4) 3.25 (82) 0.68 (18) 29 (13.0) 35 (15.9) 48 (21.8) 61 (27.6) 87 (39.3) A6N0231D1K (D2K) A6N0578D1K (D2K) A6N0924D1K (D2K) A6N1155D1K (D2K) A6N1733D1K (D2K) A6N2310D1K (D2K) 1 Gal. (3.79) 2-1/2 Gal. (9.47) 4 Gal. (15.1) 5 Gal. (18.9) 7-1/2 Gal. (28.4) 10 Gal. (37.9) 231 578 924 1155 1733 2310 266 613 959 1190 1768 2345 (4.36) (10.0) (15.7) (19.5) (29.0) (38.4) 6.88 (175) 17.38 (441) 30.63 (778) 43.81 (1113) 52.63 (1337) 74.63 (1896) 96.63 (2454) 1.13 (29) .45 (11.4) 4.38 (110) 0.84 (22) 83 (37.8) 124 (56.3) 165 (74.7) 192 (87.0) 260 (117.8) 327 (148.5) A7N0578D3KPL (D2K) A7N1155D3KPL (D2K) A7N1733D3KPL (D2K) A7N2310D3KPL (D2K) A7N3465D3KPL (D2K) A7N5775D3KPL (D2K) 2-1/2 Gal (9.47) 5 Gal. (18.9) 7-1/2 Gal. (28.4) 10 Gal. (37.9) 15 Gal. (56.8) 25 Gal. (94.6) 578 1155 1733 2310 3465 5775 633 1210 1788 2365 3520 5830 (10.4) (19.8) (29.3) (38.8) (57.7) (95.5) 8.13 (206.5) ±0.06 (±1.52) 27.25 (692) 42.25 (1073) 57.25 (1454) 72.25 (1835) 102.25 (2597) 162.25 (4121) 1.63 (41) .625 -18 (M16) 5.75 (150) 0.94 (24) 170 (76.9) 226 (103) 283 (129) 340 (154) 454 (206) 682 (309) A9K2310D3KPL (D2K) A9K3465D3KPL (D2K) A9K4620D3KPL (D2K) A9K5775D3KPL (D2K) A9K6930D3KPL (D2K) 10 Gal. (37.9) 15 Gal. (56.8) 20 Gal. (75.7) 25 Gal. (94.6) 30 Gal. (114) 2310 3465 4620 5775 6930 2400 3555 4710 5865 7020 (39.3) (58.3) (77.2) (96.2) (115.1) 11.02 (279.9) ±0.09 (±2.29) 48.75 (1238) 66.94 (1700) 85.06 (2161) 103.18 (2622) 121.37 (3083) 1.63 (41) .75-16 (M20) 7.00 (182) 1.13 (29) 595 (270) 758 (344) 920 (417) 1083 (491) 1246 (565) A12K5775D1K (D2K) A12K6930D1K (D2K) A12K9240D1K (D2K) A12K11550D1K (D2K) 25 Gal. (94.6) 30 Gal. (114) 40 Gal. (151) 50 Gal. (189) 5775 6930 9240 11550 5975 7130 9440 1175 (97.9) (117) (155) (193) 14.41 (365.9) ±0.09 (±2.29) 67.50 (1715) 76.31 (1938) 98.88 (2512) 119.62 (3038) 1.63 (41) .875 – 9 (M20) (6X) 9.00 (230) 1.50 (38) 1336 (606) 1490 (676) 1799 (816) 2108 (956) The Minimum Design Metal Temperature (MDMT) for ASME certified 7″ and 9″ piston accumulators presented in this section is 20°F (-7°C). The Minimum Design Metal Temperature (MDMT) for ASME certified 12″ piston accumulators presented in this section is 32°F (0°C). Piston accumulators are available with MDMT below -40°F (-40°C). Consult factory for options. PHASED OUT Note: 3″ to 6″ are spanner holes 7″ to 12″ see chart (See page 35) Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division United States Models, Capacities & Dimensions 32 2000 PSI (139 Bar Metric) Piston Accumulators for Oil and Water Service We offer a 2000 PSI accumulator in 12″ bore size and a variety of capacities for industries where lower pressure ratings can be used. 2000 PSI Model No. Fluid Volume Gas Volume A in (mm) B in (mm) C in (mm) E in (mm) F in (mm) G in (mm) Weight Oil Service gal (Liters) cu in cu in (Liters) lbs (Kg) A12K4620K1K (K2K) A12K5775K1K (K2K) A12K6930K1K (K2K) A12K9240K1K (K2K) A12K11550K1K (K2K) 20 (75.71) 25 (94.64) 30 (113.56) 40 (151.42) 50 (189.27) 4620 5775 6930 9240 11550 4820 5975 7130 9440 11750 (75.71) (97.91) (116.84) (154.69) (192.55) 14.02 ±0.09 (102.11 ±2.29) 55.75 (1416) 66.19 (1681) 76.62 (1946) 97.50 (2477) 118.37 (3007) 1.62 (41) 7/8-9 (M20) (6X) 9.00 (229) 1.50 (38) 1048 (475) 1193 (541) 1338 (607) 1628 (738) 1918 (870) Threaded Port Configuration Flange Port Configuration F Dia. Bolt Circle 3 Mounting Holes E Thread G Depth D Hydraulic Port B C A High-Pressure Poppet-Type Gas Valve Notes: – For Water Service add “W” after construction code, see “How to Order” information. – Most SAE #32 fittings are rated for 2000 PSI. If 2000 to 3000 PSI service is required, two options are available; order accumulator with optional standard 2″ SAE Code 61 4-bolt flange port by specifying “PL” code when ordering or order the accumulator with a SAE #24 port or smaller. See “Port Options” for dimensions and “How to Order”. – See “Port Options” for complete listing of standard and optional ports. – ASME/DNV/ABS/AS1210/SELO/CRN/GOST/CE certified accumulators and gas bottles are available. – When accumulators are to be used with gas bottles, order “Accumulators for Use with Gas Bottles.” – Poppet type (L07689000K) gas valve standard. (See page 35) Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 33 United States Piston 5000 4000 ACP 3000 2000 Optional Ports The following ports are available as options on all Series 3000 piston accumulators Port Options Series 2000 & 3000 SAE Straight Thd. Code 61 Flange NPT BSPP ISO 6149-1 Port Size Port Code Min. Bore Port Size Port Code Min. Bore Port Size Port Code Min. Bore Port Size Port Code Min. Bore Port Size Port Code Min. Inch Metric Bore #5 TA 3″ 1/2″ PT MT 3″ 3/8″ UT 3″ 3/8″ RA 3″ M14 YA 3″ #6 TB 3″ 3/4″ PU MU 3″ 1/2″ UU 3″ 1/2″ RB 3″ M18 YB 3″ #8 TC 3″ 1″ PV MV 3″ 3/4″ UV 3″ 3/4″ RC 3″ M22 YC 3″ #10 TI 3″ 11/4″ PW MW 3″ 1″ UW 3″ 1″ RD 3″ M27 YD 3″ #12 TD 3″ 11/2″ PJ MJ 4″ 11/4″ UX 3″ 11/4″ RE 3″ M33 YE 3″ #16 TE 3″ 2″ PL ML 6″ 11/2″ UY 4″ 11/2″ RF 4″ M42 YF 3″ #20 TF 3″ 21/2″ PM MM 6″ 2″ UZ 4″ 2″ RG 4″ – – – #24 TG 4″ 3″ PN MN 7″ – – – – – – – – – Note: – 3000 PSI SAE Code 61 (ISO 6162) Flange dimensions are shown below. – BSPT and Metric ports available, consult factory. SAE 4-Bolt Flange Port Dimensions Standard Pressure – 3000 PSI (207 Bar) Flange Size SAE Code 61 Flange Dimensions (in) in A B C F G 11/2″ 1/2 – 13 1.406 2.750 11/2 1.062 2″ 1/2 – 13 1.688 3.062 2 1.062 21/2″ 1/2 – 13 2.000 3.500 21/2 1.188 3″ 5/8 -11 2.438 4.188 3 1.188 Note: Some flanges using this bolt pattern are not rated for 3000 PSI. Flange Size Metric ISO6162 Flange Dimensions (mm) mm A B C F G 38 M12 35.7 69.9 38 26.9 51 M12 42.9 77.8 51 26.9 64 M12 50.8 88.9 64 30.1 76 M16 61.9 106.4 76 30.1 Note: Some flanges using this bolt pattern are not rated for 3000 PSI. C B F A (4 places) x G Min. Depth Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 34 United States Seal Kits Seal Kits are available for all piston accumulator models. When ordering seal kits, please supply the complete model and serial numbers from the name plate and specify fluid type and operating temperature. Parts & Accessories Series 2000 & 3000 Parts List 1 Body 2 Hydraulic Cap 3 Gas Cap 4 Piston 5 V-O-ring Piston Seal 5A V-O-ring Backups 6 PTFE Glide Rings 7 O-ring 7A O-ring Backup 8 Gas Valve 8A Gas Valve O-ring 9 Gas Valve Guard 9A Screw 3000 PSI Seal Kit Numbers (Includes items 5, 5A, 6, 7, 7A, 8A) Material Bore Size 2″ 3″ 4″ 6″ 7″ 9″ 12″ Buna-Nitrile (Std.) RK0200K000 RK0300K000 RK0400K000 RK0600K000 RK0700K000 RK0900K000 RK1200K000 Fluorocarbon RK0200E000 RK0300E000 RK0400E000 RK0600E000 RK0700E000 RK0900E000 RK1200E000 EPR RK0200D000 RK0300D000 RK0400D000 RK0600D000 RK0700D000 RK0900D000 CF* Hydrogenated Nitrile RK0200H000 RK0300H000 RK0400H000 RK0600H000 RK0700H000 RK0900H000 CF* Low Temp Nitrile RK0200Q000 RK0300Q000 RK0400Q000 RK0600Q000 RK0700Q000 RK0900Q000 RK1200Q000 *CF = Consult Factory Mounting, Charging & Gauging Accessories Parker offers a wide variety of mounting, charging and gauging accessories. See “Accumulator Accessories.” Special Options If your application requires a piston accumulator, gas bottle, or special option that falls outside of Parker’s broad offering, consult your local distributor, Parker representative, or the factory with your specific requirements. Parker has the manufacturing and engineering expertise to design and build piston accumulators to your exacting requirements, from simple modifications of standard units to complete designs. Some example of Parker’s past special designs include: Consult the experts at Parker with your next piston accumulator requirement! • Large Bore • High Pressure • Special and Stainless Steel Materials • Piston Position and Velocity Sensors and Switches • Special Seals • Non-Standard Capacities • Tie Rod Construction • Special Certifications • Spring & Weight Loaded • Extreme Temperatures Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 35 United States Piston 5000 4000 ACP 3000 2000 How to Order Piston Accumulators Piston accumulators and gas bottles can be specified by using the symbols in the chart below to develop a model number. Select only those symbols that represent the features desired, and place them in the sequence indicated by the example at the top of the chart. Ordering Information Series 2000 & 3000 Nominal Bore Type of Design Design Seal Hyd. Port Gas Port Series Size Construction Options Capacity Pressure Number Compound Modification Modification Series A Accumulator B Gas Bottle Nominal Bore Size 3 3 inches 4 4 inches 6 6 inches 7 7 inches 9 9 inches 12 12 inches Type of Construction N Threaded both ends non-A.S.M.E. mat’l standard on 2″, 3″, 4″, 6″, & 7″ (3000 PSI fatigue design tested) K L Same as K with A.S.M.E. approval stamp 7″ & up. Available as special on smaller sizes E Threaded both ends, CE marked (1 liter and above) or SEP marked (under 1 liter) Options Blank Standard Gas Cap W Water Service F SAE Fuse Port * G SAE Fuse Port *, Water Service M L07689000K Gas Valve K L07689000K Gas Valve, Water Service P SAE Fuse Port* and L07689000K R SAE Fuse Port* and L07689000K, Water Service Bore Size/Capacity 0029 29 cu. in. (0.48 liters) 0058 58 cu. in. (0.95 liters) 0090 3″ 90 cu. in. (1.47 liters) 0116 116 cu. in. (1.90 liters) 0183 183 cu. in. (3.00 liters) 0058 58 cu. in. (0.95 liters) 0116 116 cu. in. (1.90 liters) 0231 4″ 1 gal. (3.79 liters) 0347 1.5 gal. (5.69 liters) 0578 2.5 gal. (9.47 liters) 0231 1 gal. (3.79 liters) 0347 1.5 gal. (5.69 liters) 0578 2.5 gal. (9.47 liters) 0924 6″ 4 gal. (15.1 liters) 1155 5 gal. (18.9 liters) 1733 7.5 gal. (28.4 liters) 2310 10 gal. (37.9 liters) 0578 2.5 gal. (9.47 liters) 1155 5 gal. (18.9 liters) 1733 7″ 7.5 gal. (28.4 liters) 2310 10 gal. (37.9 liters) 3465 15 gal. (56.8 liters) 5775 25 gal. (94.6 liters) 2310 10 gal. (37.9 liters) 3465 15 gal. (56.8 liters) 4620 9″ 20 gal. (75.7 liters) 5775 25 gal. (94.6 liters) 6930 30 gal. (113.6 liters) 5775 25 gal. (94.6 liters) 6930 12″ 30 gal. (114 liters) 9240 40 gal. (151 liters) 11550 50 gal. (189 liters) Consult factory for other available sizes. Design Number 1 Standard 2 Metric Mounting Holes & Hyd. Port (BSPP Standard) Specify Optional Ports 3 Optional Port (Hyd. or Gas, See Port Table) *** Special Design Design Pressure D 3000 PSI (All Bore Sizes) K 2000 PSI (12″ Bore only) X Other For CE Marked Only L 250 Bar (All Bore Sizes) H 350 Bar (See page 50) Standard Ports Available (See Port Modifications Table if Using Other Than Standard Ports Shown Below) Bore Standard Metric Size Port Sizes Port Sizes 3″ SAE #12 3/4 4″ SAE #20 1 6″ SAE #24 1 7″ SAE #32 ISO 6162 9″ SAE #32 ISO 6162 12″ 3″ SAE Flange ISO 6162 Code 61 Hydraulic and Gas Port Modifications Designated by 2 Digits 1st 2nd Min. Digit Style Digit Description Bore Size Blank Std. Blank Std. T SAE A SAE #5 .5 – 20 3″ Straight B SAE #6 .562 – 18 3″ Thread C SAE #8 .75 – 16 3″ Ports D SAE #12 1.0625 – 12 3″ E SAE #16 1.3125 – 12 3″ F SAE #20 1.625 – 12 3″ G SAE #24 1.875 – 12 4″ H SAE #32 2.5 – 12 7″ I SAE #10 .875 – 14 3″ Min. Bore P Flange J 1 1/2″ 4″ (Code 61) L 2″ 6″ M 2 1/2″ 6″ M Metric N 3″ 7″ Flange T 1/2″ 3″ per U 3/4″ 3″ ISO 6162 V 1″ 3″ W 1 1/4″ 3″ T 3/8″ 3″ U NPTF U 1/2″ 3″ (Not V 3/4″ 3″ Recommended) W 1″ 3″ X 1 1/4″ 3″ Y 1 1/2″ 4″ Z 2″ 4″ BSPP/BSPT Metric/ISO 6149-1 R BSPP A 3/8 – 19 A M14 x 1.5 Parallel B 1/2 – 14 B M18 x 1.5 B BSPT C 3/4 – 14 C M22 x 1.5 Taper Port D 1 – 11 D M27 x 2 G Metric E 1 1/4 – 11 E M33 x 2 Y ISO F 1 1/2 – 11 F M42 x 2 6149-1 G 2 – 11 G M48 x 2 Seal Compound (See Catalog for Temperature Settings) K Buna-Nitrile (Std) E Fluoroelastomer D EPR H Hydrogenated Nitrile Q Low Temp. S Special (to be specified) * Safety fuse assembly not included. Note: ASME and CRN units available upon request. A 7 K – 2310 D 1 K – – – – Example of Optional Port Accumulator A 4 N 0231 D 3 K T C U V Non-std. Port SAE #8 Hyd. Port NPT 3/4″ Gas Port Threaded both ends A.S.M.E. mat’l standard, NOT A.S.M.E. stamped on 7″ & up To order safety fuse and rupture disk installed on the accumulator add the rupture pressure to the end of the model number. Example: A7LF2310D3KPL-3000. Rupture disks are available in 100 psi increments starting at 3000 psi. Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 36 United States Notes Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 37 United States Piston 5000 4000 Overview Series ACP Accumulators IN THIS SECTION Overview 37 Features & Benefits 38 Specifications 39 Models, Capacities & Dimensions 40 Ordering Information 41 ACP Series Crimped Piston Accumulators are ideal for mobile and construction equipment applications in climates as rugged as those of northern Canada and Siberia. Rated at 3770, 4000 and 5000 PSI with a design factor of four to one or greater, these accumulators have been tested and proven at -40ºF/C or below, and meet or exceed CSA/CE/ASME standards. ACP Series Piston Accumulators With Working Pressures of 3,770, 4000 and 5000 PSI ACP 3000 2000 Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 38 United States Design Features & Benefits ACP Accumulators 6 1 2 2a 2b 3 5 4 Key advantages of the ACP Series: • Higher working-pressure ratings (3770/4000/5000 PSI) meet more applications with fewer sizes needed. • Use of standard components promotes faster delivery of proven designs and lower product cost. • Piston design prevents sudden accumulator failure and is customized to fit the application. • Four bore sizes available for more capacity and price options. • Patented crimped end cap connections provide superior fatigue life compared with welded designs. • “Schrader” style gas valve (industry standard) fits existing charging equipment; “no gas valve” option also available. • Multiple hydraulic port sizes accommodate a wider range of fittings and mounting options. • All standard product is CRN/CSA to -40°C/F. Fluids compatibility Parker’s seal compounds are compatible with a wide variety of fluids. Standard accumulators (with nitrile seals) may be used with petroleum-based industrial oils or waterbased, flame-resistant fluids. Optional seals compatible with most industrial fluids are available with temperature ranges from -45ºF to 320ºF (-43ºC to 160ºC). 1 High-strength, compact steel shell and cap material. Steel shell allows heat to dissipate effectively and is micro-finished for extended seal life. 2 Lightweight piston design allows for fast response to reduce system shock in rapid cycling applications. 2a Piston seal’s unique, five-bladed V-O-ring with backup washers eliminates seal roll-over and ensures total separation of fluid and gas (40 mm size incorporates a T-seal with energized PTFE piston ring). 2b PTFE glide rings eliminate metal-to-metal contact between tube and piston, reducing wear and extending service life. 3 Patented crimped design provides high-strength coupling of caps to steel tube plus superior fatigue life versus welded type connections. 4 “Schrader” style gas valve is standard on all ACP accumulators for ease of precharging. (Pre-charged accumulators are available featuring specially designed threaded plug and no gas valve option.) 5 Gas valve cap protects valve and serves as secondary seal. Knurled cap design allows easy installation without tools. 6 Port types are available in a wide range of female sizes in both SAE and BSPP styles. Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 39 United States Piston 5000 4000 ACP 3000 2000 Specifications ACP Accumulators Actual Bore Sizes & Maximum Flow Rates Nominal Bore Size (mm) Actual Bore Size Max. Recommended Flow* (in) (mm) GPM LPM 40 1.50 38.20 55 209 50 2.02 51.44 100 380 80 3.00 76.20 220 834 100 4.03 102.4 397 1504 *Note: Based on 120 in/sec maximum piston speed, port & fitting size will become limiting factors for most applications. Gas Valves Options ACP Series accumulators are available either with the industry-standard “Shrader” style gas valve for ease of precharging or poppet style valve (L07689000*). Seal Material Options Seal Code Polymer **Recommended Operating Temperature Range Maximum Temperature with Reduced Life General Application and Compatibility* K Buna- Nitrile -20°F to 165°F -29°C to 74°C 200°F 93°C Parker’s Standard Compound – Compatible with most mineral oil-based fluids E Fluorocarbon Elastomer -10°F to 250°F -23°C to 121°C 400°F 204°C Compatible with most mineral oil-based fluids at higher temperatures and some exotic fluids H Hydrogenated Nitrile -25°F to 320°F -32°C to 160°C 350°F 177°C Compatible with most oil-based and biodegradable fluids, maintains sealing effectiveness at a wide range of temperatures Q Low Temp. Nitrile -45°F to 160°F -43°C to 71°C 200°F 93°C Compatible with most mineral oil-based fluids and maintains sealing effectiveness at low temperatures * Consult local distributor or factory for fluid compatibility information. ** The temperatures listed indicate the operating temperature range of the seals, not the accumulator. Mounting, Charging & Gauging Accessories Parker offers a wide variety of mounting, charging and gauging accessories. See “Accumulator Accessories.” 870636H0QQ L07689000* Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division United States Models, Capacities & Dimensions 40 ACP Accumulators C 0.06 [1.5] 0.97 [24.5] øA øA B B C 3,770 PSI (260 Bar Metric) & 4,000 PSI (275 Bar Metric) Crimped Piston Accumulator with Gas Valve 5,000 PSI (345 Bar Metric) Crimped Piston Accumulator with Gas Valve Model Number Fluid Volume Gas Volume Diameter Estimated Length Estimated Dry Weight Liters cu. in. Liters cu. in. øA in (mm) B in (mm) LBS (Kg) 3,770 PSI MODELS 40 mm BORE ACP04AA002R1KTB ACP04AA008R1KTB ACP04AA016R1KTB ACP04AA032R1KTB 0.92 4.58 9.46 19.23 0.02 0.08 0.15 0.31 0.02 0.08 0.16 0.32 1.2 4.9 9.8 19.5 1.74 (44.1) 3.02 (76.6) 5.08 (129.2) 7.84 (199.2) 13.36 (339.3) 2223 0.91 0.91 0.91 1.36 4,000 PSI MODELS 50 mm BORE ACP05AA008E1KTC ACP05AA016E1KTC ACP05AA032E1KTC ACP05AA050E1KTC ACP05AA075E1KTC ACP05AA100E1KTC 3.67 8.55 18.31 29.3 44.55 56.76 0.06 0.14 0.30 0.48 0.73 0.93 0.08 0.16 0.32 0.50 0.75 0.95 4.9 9.8 19.5 30.5 45.8 58.0 2.38 (60.3) 4.47 (113.5) 5.98 (151.9) 9.01 (228.9) 12.43 (315.7) 17.16 (435.9) 20.95 (532.1) 445659 1.81 1.81 2.27 2.72 2.27 4.08 80 mm BORE ACP08AA032E1KTI ACP08AA050E1KTI ACP08AA075E1KTI ACP08AA100E1KTI ACP08AA150E1KTI ACP08AA200E1KTI ACP08AA300E1KTI 15.44 26.48 41.73 53.94 87.5 118.01 179.04 0.25 0.43 0.68 0.88 1.43 1.93 2.93 0.32 0.50 0.75 0.95 1.50 2.00 3.00 19.5 30.5 45.8 58.0 91.5 122.1 183.1 3.56 (90.4) 6.73 (171.0) 8.29 (210.5) 10.45 (265.4) 12.18 (309.3) 16.93 (430.0) 21.25 (539.7) 29.89 (759.2) 11 13 14 16 20 23 30 4.99 5.90 6.35 7.26 9.07 10.43 13.61 100 mm BORE ACP10AA075E1KTD ACP10AA100E1KTD ACP10AA150E1KTD ACP10AA200E1KTD ACP10AA300E1KTD ACP10AA400E1KTD ACP10AA600E1KTD ACP10AA800E1KTD 36.16 48.37 81.83 112.44 173.46 234.49 356.54 478.58 0.59 0.79 1.34 1.84 2.84 3.84 5.84 7.84 0.75 0.95 1.50 2.00 3.00 4.00 6.00 8.00 45.8 58.0 91.5 122.1 183.1 244.1 366.1 488.2 4.76 (120.9) 8.47 (215.2) 9.43 (239.5) 12.06 (306.4) 14.46 (367.2) 19.24 (488.7) 24.03 (310.3) 33.60 (853.4) 43.17 (1096.6) 25 26 30 33 40 47 60 74 11.34 11.79 13.61 14.97 18.14 21.31 27.21 33.56 Model Number Fluid Volume Gas Volume Diameter Estimated Length Estimated Dry Weight Liters cu. in. Liters cu. in. øA in (mm) B in (mm) LBS (Kg) 50 mm BORE ACP05AA008C1KTC ACP05AA016C1KTC ACP05AA032C1KTC ACP05AA050C1KTC ACP05AA075C1KTC ACP05AA100C1KTC 3.67 8.55 18.31 29.3 44.55 56.76 0.06 0.14 0.30 0.48 0.73 0.93 0.08 0.16 0.32 0.50 0.75 0.95 4.9 9.8 19.5 30.5 45.8 58.0 2.50 (63.5) 5.71 (145.1) 7.23 (183.6) 10.26 (260.6) 13.67 (347.3) 18.41 (467.6) 22.20 (563.8) 6688 12 13 2.72 2.72 3.63 3.63 5.44 5.90 0.06 [1.5] 0.97 [24.5] øA B C B C øA Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 41 United States Piston 5000 4000 ACP 3000 2000 A Gas Valve (Standard) D No Gas Valve M MS Gas Valve K Nitrile (Std) H Hydrogenated Nitrile E Fluoroelastomer S Special Q Q Seal For SAE 16 and CE together, consult factory Ordering Information ACP Accumulators How to Order ACP Series Piston Accumulators Piston accumulators and gas bottles can be specified by using the symbols in the chart below to develop a model number. Select only those symbols that represent the features desired, and place them in the sequence indicated by the example at the top of the chart. Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 42 United States Notes Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 43 United States Piston 5000 4000 ACP 3000 2000 Overview Series 4000 & 5000 IN THIS SECTION Overview 43 Specifications 44 Options 45 Models, Capacities & Dimensions Series 4000 46 Series 5000 47 Port Options 48 Parts & Accessories 49 Ordering Information 50 Series 4000 & 5000 Piston Accumulators Features • Heavy Duty Service with 4000 to 5000 PSI Operating Pressure • 3″ thru 9″ Bores with Over 20 Standard Capacities • V-O-ring Piston Seals • Serviceable Threaded End Construction • Five Standard Seal Options to Handle a Variety of Fluids & Temperatures • Certifications Available: ASME, DNV, ABS, AS1210, SELO, CRN, GOST, CE • Temperature Ranges -45° to 320°F Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 44 United States Specifications Series 4000 & 5000 Materials • Shell – high strength steel • Caps – steel • Pistons – aluminum • Gas Valve Cartridge – stainless steel • Gas Valve Protector – steel • Piston Glide Rings – PTFE • Piston & End Seals – various polymers • Piston Seal Backups – PTFE Actual Bore Sizes & Maximum Flow Rates Nominal Bore Size (in) Actual Bore Size Max. Recommended Flow* (in) (mm) GPM LPM 3 3.00 76.20 220 834 4 4.03 102.4 397 1504 6 5.78 146.9 818 3096 7 7.00 178 1199 4538 9 9.00 229 1982 7502 *Note: Based on 120 in/sec maximum piston speed, port & fitting size will become limiting factors for most applications. Pressure Ratings Parker 4000 & 5000 PSI piston accumulators are all rated at minimum 4 to 1 design factors. Fluids Parker’s piston accumulators are compatible with a wide variety of fluids. Standard accumulators (with nitrile seals) may be used with petroleum-based industrial oils or waterbased flame resistant fluids. Optional seals compatible with most industrial fluids are available with temperature ranges from -45°F to 320°F (-43°C to 160°C). Precharge Units are shipped with a nominal nitrogen precharge as standard. For specific precharge pressures, specify at the time of order. Standard Ports The following ports are supplied as standard on all fluid ends and on the gas end of accumulators ordered for use with gas bottles: Bore Size Standard Ports Standard Models SAE Port Metric Models BSPP Port (in) 3 SAE #12 3/4 4 SAE #16 1 6 SAE #16 1 7 2″ Code 62 Flange 2″ Metric ISO 6162 Flange 9 2″ Code 62 Flange 2″ Metric ISO6162 Flange Gas Valve Series 4000 accumulators and auxiliary gas bottles are equipped with a high pressure cored gas valve cartridge as standard. Series 5000 accumulators and gas bottles with 3″ through 6″ bores are supplied with a high pressure cored gas valve as standard. Models with 7″ and 9″ bores are supplied with a heavy duty, high-pressure, poppet-type gas valve cartridge (L07689000K) as standard. Note: The standard Parker gas cap will accept either style gas valve. Available Options If your application requires a piston accumulator, gas bottle, or special option that falls outside of Parker’s broad offering, consult your local distributor, Parker representative, or the factory with your specific requirements. Parker has the manufacturing and engineering expertise to design and build piston accumulators to your exacting requirements, from simple modifications of standard units to complete designs. Some example of Parker’s past special designs include: • Special and Stainless Steel Materials • High Pressures • Extreme Temperatures • Piston Position and Velocity Sensors and Switches • Special Seals • Non-Standard Capacities • Water Service • Ports • Fixed Gauge Mounts • Fuse Plug Assemblies Auxiliary Gas Bottles When space does not permit the installation of the required piston accumulator, a smaller accumulator may be used by connecting it to an auxiliary gas bottle(s) that can be located in a nearby spot where space is available. In some cases, a piston accumulator and gas bottle combination may be more economical, especially large capacity sizes. Piston travel, confined to the accumulator, must be calculated with ample margins to store the required fluid. High-Pressure Poppet Type Gas Valve (7″ – 9″ Bores) Gas Valve with High Pressure Core (2″ – 6″ Bores) #5 SAE THREAD 1/2–20 UNF-2A 1/2–20 UNF-2A Note: The standard Parker gas cap will accept either style gas valve. Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 45 United States Piston 5000 4000 ACP 3000 2000 Options Series 4000 & 5000 Gas Valve Option (M) – Series 4000 & 5000 3″ thru 6″ Bore Sizes A heavy duty, high-pressure, poppet-type gas valve cartridge (L07689000K) is available as an option (M) – specify when ordering. Note: This valve is standard on 7″ and 9″ bore sizes. High-Pressure Poppet-Type Gas Valve 1/2–20 UNF-2A L07689000K Seal Material Options Seal Code Polymer Recommended Operating Temperature Range Maximum Temperature with Reduced Life General Application and Compatibility* K Buna Nitrile -20°F to 165°F -29°C to 74°C 200°F 93°C Parker’s Standard Compound – Compatible with most mineral oil-based fluids E Fluorocarbon Elastomer -10°F to 250°F -23°C to 121°C 400°F 204°C Compatible with most mineral oil-based fluids at higher temperatures and some exotic fluids D Ethylene Propylene -40°F to 250°F -40°C to 121°C 300°F 149°C Compatible with most phosphate ester fluids and some synthetic fluids H Hydrogenated Nitrile -25°F to 320°F -32°C to 160°C 350°F 177°C Compatible with most oil-based and biodegradable fluids, maintains sealing effectiveness at a wide range of temperatures Q Low Temp. Nitrile -45°F to 160°F -43°C to 71°C 200°F 93°C Compatible with most mineral oil-based fluids and maintains sealing effectiveness at low temperatures * Consult local distributor or factory for fluid compatibility information. Temperature ranges may vary depending upon fluid used in hydraulic system. ** The temperature listed indicates the operating temperature range of the seals, not the accumulator. For the Minimum Design Metal Temperature (MDMT) of ASME certified accumulators, refer to page 47. Safety Fuse Options (F) Safety Fuses are used as a safety device on accumulators and gas bottles to prevent over-pressurization of gas due to external heat or hydraulic pressure (set at 140% of maximum system pressure to avoid rupture disk fatigue and premature failure). The rupture disks are calibrated to rupture at a pre-determined pressure. Safety fuses are available on most sizes of piston accumulators. Safety fuses can be installed on all piston accumulators by using a fuse adapter. 4″ bore units and above can be equipped with a fuse port machined in the gas cap by specifying the “Safety Fuse Option” (F) at the time of order in the model code, see “How to Order.” The safety fuse assembly and/or fuse adapter must be ordered separately. Description Part Number Safety Fuse Assembly1 086471xxxx Replacement Rupture Disks 756003xxxx Fuse Adapter 1468970002 1 Assembly includes housing and rupture disk, xxxx = pressure setting in 100 PSI increments, i.e., for an assembly with a 2000 PSI setting, order P/N 0864712000. Note: ASME and CRN units available upon request. 1.25 #8 SAE Straight Port Th’d #5 SAE Straight Port Th’d #5 SAE Straight 0.48 Port Th’d 3.77 Fuse Adapter 1.44 0.95 0.70 1.55 Fuse #8 SAE 3/4-16 UNF-2A Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division United States Models, Capacities & Dimensions 46 4000 PSI (276 Bar Metric) Piston Accumulators for Oil and Water Service Series 4000 Model No. Fluid Volume Gas Volume A in (mm) B (in) C in (mm) E in (mm) F in (mm) G in (mm) Weight Oil Service (cu in) gal (Liters) cu in (Liters) lbs (Kg) A2N0005E1K (E2K) A2N0010E1K (E2K) A2N0015E1K (E2K) A2N0029E1K (E2K) A2N0058E1K (E2K) 5 10 15 29 58 (0.08) (0.16) (0.25) 1 Pint (0.48) 1 Quart (0.95) 6.5 11.5 16.5 30.5 59.5 (0.11) (0.19) (0.24) (0.50) (0.98) 2.50 (64) 6.76 (172) 8.31 (211) 9.78 (250) 14.19 (360) 23.19 (589) 1.06 (27) — — — 6 (2.7) 6 (2.7) 7 (3.2) 9 (4.1) 14 (6.1) A3N0029E1K (E2K) A3N0058E1K (E2K) A3N0090E1K (E2K) A3N0116E1K (E2K) A3N0183E1K (E2K) 29 58 90 116 183 1 Pint (0.48) 1 Quart (0.95) 1.5 Quart (1.42) 1/2 Gal. (1.90) 3 Quart (2.84) 34 63 95 121 188 (0.56) (1.03) (1.56) (1.98) (3.08) 3.75 (96) 10.25 (260) 14.34 (364) 18.94 (481) 22.56 (573) 32.06 (814) 1.13 (29) 3/8 – 24 (M10) 2.25 (60) 0.56 (15) 17 (7.8) 25 (11.1) 33 (14.8) 39 (17.7) 56 (25.4) A4N0058E1K (E2K) A4N0116E1K (E2K) A4N0231E1K (E2K) A4N0347E1K (E2K) A4N0578E1K (E2K) 58 116 231 347 578 1 Quart (0.95) 1/2 Gal. (1.90) 1 Gal. (3.79) 1-1/2 Gal. (5.69) 2-1/2 Gal. (9.47) 68 126 241 357 588 (1.11) (2.06) (3.95) (5.85) (9.64) 5.00 (127) 12.06 (306) 16.62 (422) 25.62 (651) 34.75 (883) 52.81 (1341) 1.13 (29) 1/2 – 20 (M12) 3.25 (82) 0.75 (18) 37 (16.6) 46 (20.6) 63 (28.7) 81 (36.8) 117 (53.0) A6N0231E1K (E2K) A6N0347E1K (E2K) A6N0578E1K (E2K) A6N0924E1K (E2K) A6N1155E1K (E2K) A6N1733E1K (E2K) A6N2310E1K (E2K) 231 347 578 924 1155 1733 2310 1 Gal. (3.79) 1-1/2 Gal. (5.69) 2-1/2 Gal. (9.47) 4 Gal. (15.1) 5 Gal. (18.9) 7-1/2 Gal. (28.4) 10 Gal. (37.9) 266 382 613 959 1190 1768 2345 (4.36) (6.26) (10.0) (15.70) (19.50) (29.00) (38.40) 7.06 (180) 19.18 (487) 23.62 (600) 32.43 (824) 45.62 (1159) 54.43 (1383) 76.43 (1941) 98.43 (2500) 1.13 (29) 1/2 – 20 (M12) 4.38 (110) 0.75 (18) 110 (49.8) 126 (57.2) 158 (71.9) 207 (93.9) 239 (109) 320 (145) 401 (182) Flanged Port Configuration Threaded Port Configuration F Dia. Bolt Circle D Hydraulic Port 3 Mounting Holes E Thread G Depth B C A High Pressure Cored Gas Valve Notes: – For Water Service add “W” after construction code, see “How to Order” information. – Standard accumulators are designated E1K in model number, metric are E2K. – See “Port Options” for complete listing of standard and optional ports. – When accumulators are to be used with gas bottles, order “Accumulators for Use with Gas Bottles.” PHASING OUT (See Page 50) Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division United States Models, Capacities & Dimensions 47 Piston 5000 4000 ACP 3000 2000 Model No. Fluid Volume Gas Volume A in (mm) B in (mm) C in (mm) E in (mm) F in (mm) G in (mm) Weight Oil Service (cu in) Gal (Liters) cu in (Liters) lbs (Kg) A2N0005C1K (C2K) A2N0010C1K (C2K) A2N0015C1K (C2K) A2N0029C1K (C2K) A2N0058C1K (C2K) 5 10 15 29 58 (0.08) (0.16) (0.25) 1 Pint (0.48) 1 Quart (0.95) 6.5 11.5 16.5 30.5 59.5 (0.11) (0.19) (0.24) (0.50) (0.98) 2.63 (67) 6.76 (172) 8.31 (211) 9.78 (248) 14.19 (360) 23.19 (589) 1.06 (27) – – – 6 (2.8) 7 (3.2) 8 (3.7) 11 (5.0) 17 (7.6) A3N0029C1K (C2K) A3N0058C1K (C2K) A3N0090C1K (C2K) A3N0116C1K (C2K) A3N0183C1K (C2K) 29 58 90 116 183 1 Pint (0.48) 1 Quart (0.95) 1.5 Quart (1.47) 1/2 Gal. (1.90) 3 Quart (3.00) 34 63 95 121 188 (0.56) (1.03) (1.56) (1.98) (3.08) 4.00 (102) 10.25 (260) 14.34 (364) 18.94 (481) 22.56 (573) 32.06 (814) 1.13 (29) 3/8 – 12 (M10) 2.25 (60) 0.56 (15) 21 (9.6) 28 (12.5) 35 (15.7) 40 (18.3) 55 (25.0) A4N0058C1K (C2K) A4N0116C1K (C2K) A4N0231C1K (C2K) A4N0347C1K (C2K) A4N0578C1K (C2K) 58 116 231 347 578 1 Quart (0.95) 1/2 Gal. (1.90) 1 Gal. (3.79) 1-1/2 Gal. (5.69) 2-1/2 Gal. (9.47) 68 126 241 357 588 (1.11) (2.06) (3.95) (5.85) (9.64) 5.25 (134) 12.06 (306) 16.62 (422) 25.62 (651) 34.75 (883) 52.81 (1341) 1.13 (29) 1/2 – 20 (M12) 3.25 (82) 0.75 (18) 43 (19.4) 54 (24.6) 77 (34.9) 100 (45.4) 146 (66.2) A6N0231C1K (C2K) A6N0347C1K (C2K) A6N0578C1K (C2K) A6N0924C1K (C2K) A6N1155C1K (C2K) A6N1733C1K (C2K) A6N2310C1K (C2K) 231 347 578 924 1155 1733 2310 1 Gal. (3.79) 1-1/2 Gal. (5.69) 2-1/2 Gal. (9.47) 4 Gal. (15.10) 5 Gal. (18.90) 7-1/2 Gal. (28.40) 10 Gal. (37.90) 266 382 613 959 1190 1768 2345 (4.36) (6.26) (10.00) (15.70) (19.50) (29.00) (38.40) 7.50 (191) 19.18 (487) 23.62 (600) 32.43 (824) 45.62 (1159) 54.43 (1383) 76.43 (1941) 98.43 (2500) 1.13 (29) 1/2 – 20 (M12) 4.38 (110) 0.75 (18) 128 (57.9) 148 (67.3) 190 (86.0) 252 (114) 293 (133) 396 (180) 499 (227) A7K1155C1K (C2K) A7K1733C1K (C2K) A7K2310C1K (C2K) A7K3465C1K (C2K) 1155 1733 2310 3465 5 Gal. (18.90) 7-1/2 Gal. (28.40) 10 Gal. (37.90) 15 Gal. (56.85) 1190 1768 2345 3520 (19.50) (29.00) (38.40) (57.75) 9.09 ±0.06 (231.1 ±1.5) 42.50 (1080) 57.50 (1461) 72.50 (1842) 102.50 (2604) 1.63 (41) 5/8 – 18 (M16) 5.75 (146) 0.94 (24) 385 (175) 495 (226) 611 (277) 837 (380) A9K2310C1K (C2K) A9K3465C1K (C2K) A9K4620C1K (C2K) A9K5775C1K (C2K) A9K6930C1K (C2K) 2310 3465 4620 5775 6930 10 Gal. (37.90) 15 Gal. (56.85) 20 Gal. (75.80) 25 Gal. (94.75) 30 Gal. (113.70) 2400 3555 4710 5865 7020 (39.37) (58.33) (77.27) (96.23) (115.18) 11.78 ±0.09 (299.2 ±2.3) 50.75 (1289) 68.94 (1751) 87.12 (2213) 105.25 (2673) 123.43 (3135) 1.63 (41) 3/4-16 (M19) 7.00 (178) 1.13 (29) 831 (377) 1064 (483) 1298 (589) 1532 (695) 1765 (801) Series 5000 5000 PSI (345 Bar Metric) Piston Accumulators for Oil and Water Service Flanged Port Configuration Threaded Port Configuration F Dia. Bolt Circle D Hydraulic Port 3 Mounting Holes E Thread G Depth B C A High Pressure Cored Gas Valve The Minimum Design Metal Temperature (MDMT) for ASME certified piston accumulators presented in this section is 20°F (-7°C). Notes: – For Water Service add “W” after construction code, see “How to Order” information. – Standard accumulators are designated C1K in model number, metric are C2K. – See “Port Options” for complete listing of standard and optional ports. – ASME/DNV/ABS/AS1210/SELO/CRN/GOST/CE certified accumulators and gas bottles are available. – 2″, 3″, 4″ & 6″ bores standard with cored gas valves. Poppet type (L07689000K) gas valve available as an option. PHASING OUT (See Page 50) Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 48 United States Port Options Series 4000 & 5000 Optional Ports The following ports are available as options on all piston accumulators. SAE Straight Thd. Code 62 Flange NPT BSPP ISO 6149-1 Port Size Port Code Min. Bore Port Size Port Code Min. Bore Port Size Port Code Min. Bore Port Size Port Code Min. Bore Port Size Port Code Min. Bore Inch Metric #5 TA 3″ 1″ PG MG 4″ 3/8″ UT 3″ 3/8″ RA 3″ M14 YA 3″ #6 TB 3″ 1¼” PH MH 4″ 1/2″ UU 3″ 1/2″ RB 3″ M18 YB 3″ #8 TC 3″ 1½” PP MV 6″ 3/4″ UV 3″ 3/4″ RC 3″ M22 YC 3″ #10 TI 3″ 2″ PQ MQ 6″ 1″ UW 3″ 1″ RD 3″ M27 YD 3″ #12 TD 3″ 2½” PR — 7″ 1¼” UX 3″ 1¼” RE 3″ M33 YE 3″ #16 TE 3″ 3″ PS — 9″ 1½” UY 4″ 1½” RF 4″ M42 YF 3″ — — — — — — — 2″ UZ 4″ 2″ RG 4″ — — — SAE 4-Bolt Flange Dimensions Code 62 (ISO 6162) (thru 2″ diameter) – 6000 PSI (410 Bar) Flange Size SAE Flange Dimensions (in) Metric SAE Flange Dimensions (mm) in mm A B C F G A B C F G 1½” 38 5/8 – 11 1.438 3.125 1½ 1.375 M16 36.5 79.4 38 34.9 2″ 50 3/4 – 10 1.750 3.812 2 1.500 M20 44.5 96.8 50 38.1 2½” — 7/8 – 9 2.312 4.875 2½ 1.625 — — — — — Notes: – 1″ thru 2″ flanges are to standard SAE Code 62 dimensions, 2-1/2″ to “Socket Weld Flange Adapter Pattern”, dimensions are shown below. Metric pattern supplied on 276 Bar Metric units unless otherwise specified. – BSPT and Metric ports available, consult factory. C B F A (4 places) x G Min. Depth Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 49 United States Piston 5000 4000 ACP 3000 2000 Parts & Accessories Series 4000 & 5000 Mounting, Charging & Gauging Accessories Parker offers a wide variety of mounting, charging and gauging accessories. See “Accumulator Accessories.” Charging Kit Part No. 870816 5000 Standard Assembly LH Connection with 5000 PSI Gauge Special Options If your application requires a piston accumulator, gas bottle, or special option that falls outside of Parker’s broad offering, consult your local distributor, Parker representative, or the factory with your specific requirements. Parker has the manufacturing and engineering expertise to design and build piston accumulators to your exacting requirements, from simple modifications of standard units to complete designs. Some example of Parker’s past special designs include: Consult the experts at Parker with your next piston accumulator requirement! • High Pressure • Special and Stainless Steel Materials • Piston Position and Velocity Sensors and Switches • Special Seals • Non-Standard Capacities • Tie Rod Construction • Special Certifications • Spring & Weight Loaded • Extreme Temperatures • Water Service Item Part Description 1 Body 2 Hydraulic Cap 3 Gas Cap 4 Piston 5 V-O-Ring 5A V-O-Ring Back-Up Washers 6 PTFE Ring (Piston) 7 O-Ring 7A O-Ring Back-Up Washer 8 Gas Valve 8A Gas Valve O-Ring 9 Gas Valve Guard 9A Screw 4000 & 5000 PSI Seal Kit Numbers (Includes items 5, 5A, 6, 7, 7A, 8A) Material Bore Size 2″ 3″ 4″ 6″ 7″ 9″ Buna-Nitrile (Std.) RK0200K000 RK0300K000 RK0400K000 RK0600K000 RK0700K000 RK0900K000 Fluorocarbon RK0200E000 RK0300E000 RK0400E000 RK0600E000 RK0700E000 RK0900E000 EPR RK0200D000 RK0300D000 RK0400D000 RK0600D000 RK0700D000 RK0900D000 Hydrogenated Nitrile RK0200H000 RK0300H000 RK0400H000 RK0600H000 RK0700H000 RK0900H000 Low Temp Nitrile RK0200Q000 RK0300Q000 RK0400Q000 RK0600Q000 RK0700Q000 RK0900Q000 Catalog HY10-1630/US Piston Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 50 United States Ordering Information Series 4000 & 5000 How to Order Piston Accumulators Piston accumulators can be specified by using the symbols in the chart below to develop a model number. Select only those symbols that represent the features desired, and place them in the sequence indicated by the example at the top of the chart. Nominal Bore Type of Design Design Seal Hyd. Port Gas Port Series Size Construction Options Capacity Pressure Number Compound Modification Modification A 7 K – 2310 C 1 K – – – – Series A Accumulator B Gas Bottle Nominal Bore Size 3 3 inches 4 4 inches 6 6 inches 7 7 inches 9 9 inches Type of Construction N Threaded both ends non-ASME mat’l standard on 2″, 3″, 4″, 6″ K Threaded both ends A.S.M.E. mat’l standard, NOT A.S.M.E. stamped on 7″ & up L Same as K with A.S.M.E. approval stamp 7″ & up. Available as special on smaller sizes E Threaded both ends, CE marked (1 liter and above) or SEP marked (under 1 liter) Options Blank Standard Gas Cap W Water Service F SAE Fuse Port * G SAE Fuse Port *, Water Service M L07689000K Gas Valve L L07689000K Gas Valve, Water Service P SAE Fuse Port* and L07689000K R SAE Fuse Port* and L07689000K, Water Service Bore Size/Capacity 0029 29 cu. in. (0.48 liters) 0058 58 cu. in. (0.95 liters) 0090 3″ 90 cu. in. (1.47 liters) 0116 116 cu. in. (1.90 liters) 0183 183 cu. in. (3.00 liters) 0058 58 cu. in. (0.95 liters) 0116 116 cu. in. (1.90 liters) 0231 4″ 1 gal. (3.79 liters) 0347 1.5 gal. (5.69 liters) 0578 2.5 gal. (9.47 liters) 0231 1 gal. (3.79 liters) 0347 1.5 gal. (5.69 liters) 0578 2.5 gal. (9.47 liters) 0924 6″ 4 gal. (15.1 liters) 1155 5 gal. ( 18.9 liters) 1733 7.5 gal. (28.4 liters) 2310 10 gal. (37.9 liters) 1155 5 gal. (18.9 liters) 1733 7″ 7.5 gal. (28.4 liters) 2310 10 gal. (37.9 liters) 3465 15 gal. (56.8 liters) 2310 10 gal. (37.9 liters) 3465 15 gal. (56.8 liters) 4620 9″ 20 gal. (75.8 liters) 5775 25 gal. (94.6 liters) 6930 30 gal. (114 liters) Consult factory for other available sizes. Design Number 1 Standard Ports 2 Metric Mounting Holes & Hyd. Port (BSPP/Metric Flange Standard) Specify Optional Ports 3 Optional Port (Hyd. or Gas, See Port Modifications Table) *** Special Design Design Pressure C 5000 PSI E 4000 PSI H 350 Bar (CE marked only) Standard Ports Available (See Port Modifications Table if Using Other Than Standard Ports Shown Below) Bore Standard Metric (BSPP) Size Ports Ports 3″ SAE #12 3/4 4″ SAE #16 1 6″ SAE #16 1 7″ 2″ Code 62 Flange 2″ ISO6162 Flange 9″ 2″ Code 62 Flange 2″ ISO6162 Flange Hydraulic and Gas Port Modifications Designated by 2 Digits 1st 2nd Min. Digit Style Digit Description Bore Size Blank Std. Blank Std. T SAE A SAE #5 (1/2 – 20) 2″ Straight B SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 2″ Thread C SAE #8 (3/4 – 16) 2″ Ports D SAE #12 (1 1/16 – 12) 2″ E SAE #16 (1 5/16 – 12) 3″ F SAE #20 (1 5/8 – 12) 3″ G SAE #24 (1 7/8 – 12) 4″ H SAE #32 (2 1/2 – 12) 7″ I SAE #10 (7/8 – 14) 2″ 6000 PSI (Code 62) Min. Bore P Flange F 3/4″ 4″ Code 62 G 1″ 4″ H 1 1/4″ 4″ M Metric P 1 1/2″ 6″ Flange Q 2″ 6″ per R* 2 1/2″ 7″ ISO 6162 S* 3″ 9″ T 3/8″ 2″ U NPTF U 1/2″ 2″ (Not V 3/4″ 2″ Recommended) W 1″ 2″ X 1 1/4″ 2″ Y 1 1/2″ 4″ Z 2″ 4″ BSPP/BSPT Metric/ISO R BSPP A 3/8 – 19 A M14 x 1.5 Parallel B 1/2 – 14 B M18 x 1.5 B BSPT C 3/4 – 14 C M22 x 1.5 Taper Port D 1 – 11 D M27 x 2 G Metric E 1 1/4 – 11 E M33 x 2 Y ISO F 1 1/2 – 11 F M42 x 2 6149-1 G 2 – 11 G M48 x 2 Seal Compound (See Catalog for Temperature Settings) K Buna Nitrile (Std) E Fluoroelastomer D EPR H Hydrogenated Nitrile Q Low Temp. S Special (to be specified) * Safety fuse assembly not included. Note: ASME and CRN units available upon request. * For socket weld flange. Not available with metric flange. Example of Optional Port Accumulator A 4 N 0231 C 3 K T C U V Non-std. Port SAE #8 Hyd. Port NPT 3/4″ Gas Port To order safety fuse and rupture disk installed on the accumulator add the rupture pressure to the end of the model number. Example: A7LF2310D3KPL-3000. Rupture disks are available in 100 psi increments starting at 3000 psi. Catalog HY10-1630/US Introduction Bladder Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 51 United States Bladder Overview IN THIS SECTION Overview 51 Specifications 52 Models, Capacities & Dimensions Bottom Repairable 54 Top Repairable 55 High-flow 56 Transfer Barrier 57 Gas Bottles 58 Options & Accessories 59 Replacement Kits 63 Ordering Information 64 Features • Operating Pressures to 6600 PSI • Ten Different Capacities from 10 cu in to 15 gallons • Eight Different Configurations • Highest Quality In-House Manufactured Bladders • ASME Certification Standard, 1 Gallon & Up • Water/Chemical Service Available, with Stainless Steel Ports • Five Bladder Compounds to Suit a Variety of Fluids & Temperatures • Certifications Available: CE, CRN, AS1210, SELO, ABS, DNV, GOST • Temperatures -40° to 250° F Bladder Accumulators Catalog HY10-1630/US Introduction Bladder Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 52 United States Specifications Bladder accumulators are suitable for storing energy under pressure, absorbing hydraulic shocks, and dampening pump pulsation and flow fluctuations. Bladder accumulators provide excellent gas and fluid separation ensuring dependable performance, maximum efficiency, and long service life. Why Use Bladder Accumulators? • improves system efficiency • supplements pump flow • supplies power in emergency • compensates for leakage • absorbs hydraulic shocks • highly contaminant tolerant • universal application • high/low temperature tolerance • safety, cannot be disassembled under pressure • very quick response • works well with water, low lubricity fluids • wide range of compounds for a variety of fluids Bladder Products… The Original and still the Best! The Greer bladder style accumulator is the industry’s original, and still the best! For years this style of accumulator has served both the industrial and mobile hydraulic markets, providing a proven design for many hydraulic system applications. The Greer bladder product line offers the broadest line of quality products, including: • 3000 & 5000 PSI Bottom Repairable • 3000 & 5000 PSI Top Repairable • 3000 PSI High-flow • 3000 PSI Transfer Barrier • 3000 & 5000 PSI Gas Bottles • A Wide Array of Options and Accessories Greer bladder products maintain the highest quality because of our in-house bladder molding operations. The heart of the bladder accumulator is the actual bladder, and all Greer bladders are engineered and manufactured in our own facility and subjected to our own high quality inspection standards. Specifications Materials • Shell – high strength alloy steel (SA372, all sizes comply with ASME material specifications, 1 gal. & larger supplied with ASME Certification as standard) • Ports – all oil service ports, high strength alloy steel – water & chemical service: 3000 PSI, 304 stainless steel 5000 PSI, 17-4 PH stainless steel • Poppet & Spring – 304 stainless steel • Gas Valve Cartridge – steel • Gas Valve Protector – steel • Gas Valve Stem – steel • Bladders – various elastomers, see Standard and Optional Bladders in this section. Maximum Flow Rates Size (gallon) Max. Recommended Flow for Standard Mineral Oils GPM LPM 10 cu in 23 87 1 pt & 1 qt 40 151 150 cu in 60 227 1 150 568 21/2 thru 15 220 833 21/2 thru 15, High-flow 600 2271 Pressure Ratings – 3000 and 5000 PSI bladder accumulators are rated at minimum 4 to 1 design factors as standard. 4000 and 6600 PSI (ASME Appendix 22) bladder accumulators are available as an option at minimum 3 to 1 design factors. For pressures over 6600 PSI, consult the factory. Max. Recommended Compression Ratio (max. working pressure/precharge pressure): 4 to 1. Certifications – ASME Certification (Section VIII-Div. 1) is available as standard on bladder accumulators (1 gallon & up) and ASME Appendix 22 Certification as an option. See page 6 for a complete certification summary. Size Std. ASME Cert. ASME Appendix 22 Status Rating D.F.* Rating D.F.* 10 thru 150 in3 3000 PSI Option 3000 PSI 4 to 1 Consult Factory 1 thru 15 gal. 3000 PSI Std. 3000 PSI 4 to 1 4000 PSI 3 to 1 1 thru 15 gal. 5000 PSI Std. 5000 PSI 4 to 1 6600 PSI 3 to 1 *Design Factor. Fluids – Greer bladder accumulators are compatible with a wide variety of fluids. The standard accumulator may be used with petroleum-based industrial or water-based flame resistant fluids. Bladders compatible with most industrial fluids can be furnished on special orders with temperature ranges from -40°F to 250°F (-40°C to 121°C). Precharge – Units are shipped with a nominal nitrogen precharge as standard. For specific precharge pressures, specify at the time of order. Available Options – a wide variety of options are available on Greer bladder accumulators including: • Bladder Compounds (see Standard and Optional Bladders in this section). • Ports (see Options in this section) • Water & Chemical Service (see Options in this section) • Gas Valves (see Options in this section) • Fuse Plugs Assemblies (see Options in this section) • Fixed Gauge Adapters (see Accumulator Accessories) Catalog HY10-1630/US Introduction Bladder Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 53 United States Bladder Design Features & Benefits 1 Shell Bladder accumulator shells are made from chromemolybdenum alloy steel (SA372) with forged ends. All sizes comply with ASME material and design specifications. One gallon and larger supplied with ASME Certification as standard. 2 Bladder Greer bladders, the heart and soul of a bladder accumulator, are manufactured in-house to control the material blending, molding, critical seam assembly, and curing processes. It is widely accepted that Greer bladders are the highest quality bladders in the industry. Bladders are offered in five different standard compounds to suit a wide variety of fluids and operating temperatures. Special compounds are available for unusual or severe applications. 3 Bladder Stems All bladder accumulators, sizes 1 gallon and larger, are fitted as standard with two-piece bladder stems with replaceable gas valve cartridge for ease of serviceability. Also, the twopiece stem will accept high-flow poppet type gas valves and permanent mount gauge adapters. 4 Port Assemblies Standard oil service ports are made from high-strength alloy steel for maximum durability. Chemical and water service port assemblies are made from stainless steel for maximum corrosion resistance. 5 Fluid Ports SAE straight thread, NPTF, SAE Code 61 and SAE Code 62 4-bolt split flange, and High-flow ports are available (See page 60 for details). Bleed ports are included as standard on sizes 1 gallon and larger; not available on flange ports. 6 Top Repairable The top repairable design permits easy checking and maintenance of the bladder without removing the accumulator from the system, saving time and money. 7 Gas Valve All accumulators are fitted with a gas valve for ease of gas precharging. One-gallon and larger 3000 PSI units are equipped with a cored gas valve cartridge (ISO-4570-8V1) for ease of maintenance. 5000 PSI units are equipped with a highpressure cored gas valve cartridge (ISO-4570-8V1) with an option of a high-flow poppet gas valve cartridge (L07689000K). For safety, the gas valve vents if unscrewed. 7 3 7 1 2 5 4 6 Catalog HY10-1630/US Bladder Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division United States Models, Capacities & Dimensions 54 Bottom Repairable The simplicity and cost effectiveness of the bottom repairable design has made it the “Industry Standard” bladder accumulator. Sizes range from 10 cu in to 15 gallons. 3000 PSI (207 Bar)1 Models Nominal Size Gallon (Liters) Gas Volume cu in (Liters) Dimensions, inch (mm) Hydraulic Ports Weight lbs. (Kg.) Oil Service Water Service A B C D E F G H (Thread) I (Thread) BAC10B3T01A1 BAC10B3T01WA1 10 cu in (0.16) 12 (0.21) 11.18 (284) 1.89 (48) 2.00 (51) 1.03 (26) 0.94 (24) 7.75 (197) 0.94 (24) SAE#8 (3/4 – 16) N/A 3.5 (1.6) BA001B3T01A1 BA001B3T01WA1 1 Pt. (0.47) 31 (0.51) 10.75 (273) 2.00 (51) 3.40 (86) 1.39 (35) 1.31 (33) 6.87 (174) 0.94 (24) SAE #12 (1-1/16 -12) N/A 8 (3.6) BA002B3T01A1 BA002B3T01WA1 1 Qt. (0.95) 66 (1.08) 11.12 (282) 2.00 (51) 4.50 (114) 1.62 (41) 1.50 (38) 7.63 (194) 0.94 (24) SAE #12 (1-1/16 -12) N/A 10 (4.5) BA005B3T01A1 BA005B3T01WA1 150 cu in (2.5) 156 (2.56) 19.56 (497) 2.08 (53) 4.50 (114) 1.62 (41) 1.50 (38) 15.50 (394) 0.94 (24) SAE #16 (1-5/16 -12) N/A 20 (9.1) BA01B3T01A1 BA01B3T01WA1 1 (3.79) 231 (3.79) 17.00 (432) 3.50 (89) 6.75 (171) 2.37 (60) 2.13 (54) 11.36 (289) 1.25 (32) SAE #20 (1-5/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 34 (15) BA02B3T01A1 BA02B3T01WA1 2.5 (9.46) 556 (9.11) 21.38 (543) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 15.50 (394) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 80 (36) BA05B3T01A1 BA05B3T01WA1 5 (18.9) 1124 (18.42) 33.38 (848) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 27.50 (700) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 120 (55) BA10B3T01A1 BA10B3T01WA1 10 (37.9) 2097 (34.36) 54.38 (1382) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 48.50 (1231) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 220 (100) BA11B3T01A1 BA11B3T01WA1 11 (41.6) 2400 (39.33) 59.88 (1520) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 54.00 (1371) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 240 (109) BA15B3T01A1 BA15B3T01WA1 15 (56.8) 3267 (53.54) 77.88 (1978) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 72.00 (1830) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 305 (139) 1) Note: 1 thru 15 gallon sizes available with 4000 PSI (275 Bar) Appendix 22 Approval. 5000 PSI (345 Bar)2 Models Nominal Size Gallon (Liters) Gas Volume cu in (Liters) Dimensions, inch (mm) Hydraulic Ports Weight lbs. (Kg.) Oil Service Water Service A B C D E F G H (Thread) I (Thread) BA01B5T01A1 BA01B5T01WA1 1 (3.79) 231 (3.79) 17.25 (438) 3.25 (83) 7.14 (181) 2.25 (57) N/A 11.44 (291) 1.44 (37) SAE #20 (1-5/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 50 (23) BA02B5T01A1 BA02B5T01WA1 2.5 (9.46) 556 (9.11) 22.55 (573) 3.88 (99) 9.63 (245) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 16.12 (409) 2.50 (64) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 120 (55) BA05B5T01A1 BA05B5T01WA1 5 (18.9) 1124 (18.42) 34.80 (884) 3.88 (99) 9.63 (245) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 28.36 (720) 2.50 (64) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 200 (91) BA10B5T01A1 BA10B5T01WA1 10 (37.9) 2097 (34.36) 55.30 (1405) 3.88 (99) 9.63 (245) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 48.88 (1242) 2.50 (64) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 335 (152) BA15B5T01A1 BA15B5T01WA1 15 (56.8) 3267 (53.54) 76.80 (1951) 3.88 (99) 9.63 (245) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 70.38 (1788) 2.50 (64) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 485 (220) 2) Note: Available with 6600 PSI (455 Bar) Appendix 22 Approval. C G (Hex) I E FLAT D H A F B Catalog HY10-1630/US Bladder Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division United States Models, Capacities & Dimensions 55 Bladder The Top Repairable Accumulator permits easy checking and maintenance of the bladder without removing the accumulator from the service line, saving time and money. Sizes range from 2-1/2 to 15 gallons. 3000 PSI (207 Bar)1 Models Nominal Size Gallon (Liters) Gas Volume cu in (Liters) Dimensions, inch (mm) Hydraulic Ports Weight lbs. (Kg.) Oil Service Water Service A B C D E F G H (Thread) I (Thread) BA02T3T01A1 BA02T3T01WA1 2.5 (9.45) 541 (8.87) 20.50 (521) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 15.38 (391) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 80 (36) BA05T3T01A1 BA05T3T01WA1 5 (18.9) 1110 (18.19) 32.75 (832) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 27.63 (702) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 120 (55) BA10T3T01A1 BA10T3T01WA1 10 (37.8) 2083 (34.13) 53.25 (1353) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 48.13 (1223) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 220 100 BA11T3T01A1 BA11T3T01WA1 11 (41.6) 2386 (39.1) 59.00 (1499) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 53.88 (1369) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 240 (109) BA15T3T01A1 BA15T3T01WA1 15 (56.7) 3253 (53.31) 77.38 (1965) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 71.75 (1822) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 305 (139) 1) Note: Available with 4000 PSI (275 Bar) Appendix 22 5000 PSI (345 Bar)2 Models Nominal Size Gallon (Liters) Gas Volume cu in (Liters) Dimensions, inch (mm) Hydraulic Ports Weight lbs. (Kg.) Oil Service Water Service A B C D E F G H (Thread) I (Thread) BA02T5T01A1 BA02T5T01WA1 2.5 (9.46) 541 (8.87) 21.68 (551) 3.88 (99) 9.63 (245) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 15.88 (403) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 120 (55) BA05T5T01A1 BA05T5T01WA1 5 (18.9) 1110 (18.19) 33.92 (862) 3.88 (99) 9.63 (245) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 23.13 (715) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 220 (100) BA10T5T01A1 BA10T5T01WA1 10 (37.8) 2083 (34.13) 54.42 (1382) 3.88 (99) 9.63 (245) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 48.63 (1235) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 335 (152) BA15T5T01A1 BA15T5T01WA1 15 (56.8) 3253 (53.31) 75.92 (1928) 3.88 (99) 9.63 (245) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 70.13 (1781) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 485 (220) 2) Note: Available with 6600 PSI (455 Bar) Appendix 22 Top Repairable C G (Hex) E FLAT H I D A B F Catalog HY10-1630/US Bladder Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division United States Models, Capacities & Dimensions 56 High-flow For systems requiring a fast “dumping” rate, the High-flow accumulator incorporates a large port assembly capable of flows up to 600 GPM (2270 LPM). Sizes range from 2-1/2 to 15 gallons. 3000 PSI (207 Bar) Models Nominal Size Gallon (Liters) Gas Volume cu in (Liters) Dimensions, inch (mm) H Hydraulic Port Port Weight Male Str. Thd Male NPT A B C D E F G I (Thread) lbs. (Kg.) BA02B3A01A1 BA02B3H01A1 2.5 (9.46) 556 (9.11) 22.88 (581) 5.62 (143) 9.06 (230) 4.00 (102) 3.85 (98) 15.25 (387) 1.25 (32) 4-1/4″-8 Str. Thd. 4 NPTF SAE #6 (9/16-18) 90 (41) BA05B3A01A1 BA05B3H01A1 5 (18.9) 1124 (18.42) 35.12 (892) 5.62 (143) 9.06 (230) 4.00 (102) 3.85 (98) 27.50 (699) 1.25 (32) 4-1/4″-8 Str. Thd. 4 NPTF SAE #6 (9/16-18) 130 (59) BA10B3A01A1 BA10B3H01A1 10 (37.9) 2097 (34.36) 55.62 (1413) 5.62 (143) 9.06 (230) 4.00 (102) 3.85 (98) 48.00 (1219) 1.25 (32) 4-1/4″-8 Str. Thd. 4 NPTF SAE #6 (9/16-18) 230 (105) BA11B3A01A1 BA11B3H01A1 11 (41.6) 2400 (39.33) 61.38 (1559) 5.62 (143) 9.06 (230) 4.00 (102) 3.85 (98) 53.75 (1365) 1.25 (32) 4-1/4″-8 Str. Thd. 4 NPTF SAE #6 (9/16-18) 250 (114) BA15B3A01A1 BA15B3H01A1 15 (56.8) 3267 (53.54) 79.62 (2022) 5.62 (143) 9.06 (230) 4.00 (102) 3.85 (98) 69.50 (1765) 1.25 (32) 4-1/4″-8 Str. Thd. 4 NPTF SAE #6 (9/16-18) 315 (143) NOTE: High-flow bladder accumulators not available with Appendix 22 option. Optional Flange Port For Model “A” Hydraulic Port only Note: Accumulator assembly does not include flange (part number 1467990000). C F A B D E I H G 2.19 3.00″ Dia. 3.75 3.75 2.5 Typ. 1/2-20 UNF-2B x 1″ Deep Catalog HY10-1630/US Bladder Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division United States Models, Capacities & Dimensions 57 Bladder The Transfer Barrier accumulator provides positive separation between two different medias or can be used with gas bottles. Sizes range from 2-1/2 to 15 gallons. 3000 PSI (207 Bar)1 Models Nominal Size Gallon (Liters) Gas Volume cu in (Liters) Dimensions, inch (mm) Hydraulic Ports Weight lbs. (Kg.) Oil Service Water Service A B C D E F G H (Thread) I (Thread) J (Thread) BT02B3TT01A1 BT02B3TT01WA1 2.5 (9.45) 556 (9.11) 21.25 (540) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 15.62 (397) 2.00 (51) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) SAE #12 (1-1/16 -12) 80 (36) BT05B3TT01A1 BT05B3TT01WA1 5 (18.9) 1124 (18.42) 33.50 (851) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 27.88 (708) 2.00 (51) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) SAE #12 (1-1/16 -12) 120 (55) BT10B3TT01A1 BT10B3TT01WA1 10 (37.8) 2097 (34.36) 54.00 (1372) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 48.50 (1231) 2.00 (51) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) SAE #12 (1-1/16 -12) 220 (100) BT11B3TT01A1 BT11B3TT01WA1 11 (41.6) 2400 (39.33) 59.75 (1518) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 54.12 (1375) 2.00 (51) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) SAE #12 (1-1/16 -12) 240 (109) BT15B3TT01A1 BT15B3TT01WA1 15 (56.7) 3267 (53.54) 77.62 (1972) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 72.00 (1829) 2.00 (51) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) SAE #12 (1-1/16 -12) 305 (139) 1) Note: Available with 4000 PSI (275 Bar) Appendix 22 5000 PSI (345 Bar)2 Models Nominal Size Gallon (Liters) Gas Volume cu in (Liters) Dimensions, inch (mm) Hydraulic Ports Weight lbs. (Kg.) Oil Service Water Service A B C D E F G H (Thread) I (Thread) J (Thread) BT02B5TT01A1 BT02B5TT01WA1 2.5 (9.45) 556 (9.11) 22.55 (573) 3.62 (92) 9.63 (245) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 16.12 (409) 2.00 (51) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) SAE #12 (1-1/16 -12) 120 (55) BT05B5TT01A1 BT05B5TT01WA1 5 (18.9) 1124 (18.42) 34.80 (884) 3.62 (92) 9.63 (245) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 28.36 (720) 2.00 (51) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) SAE #12 (1-1/16 -12) 200 (91) BT10B5TT01A1 BT10B5TT01WA1 10 (37.8) 2097 (34.36) 55.30 (1405) 3.62 (92) 9.63 (245) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 48.88 (1242) 2.00 (51) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) SAE #12 (1-1/16 -12) 335 (152) BT15B5TT01A1 BT15B5TT01WA1 15 (56.7) 3267 (53.54) 76.80 (1951) 3.62 (92) 9.63 (245) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 70.38 (1788) 2.00 (51) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) SAE #12 (1-1/16 -12) 485 (220) 2) Note: Available with 6600 PSI (455 Bar) Appendix 22 Transfer Barrier C G Hex F A B E Flat D H I J Catalog HY10-1630/US Bladder Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division United States Models, Capacities & Dimensions 58 Where space does not permit the installation of the required accumulator, a smaller accumulator may be used by connecting it to an auxiliary gas bottle(s) that may be located in some nearby spot where space is available. (See Large Gas Bottles for additional offerings and page 84 for sizing information.) Sizes range from 1 to 15 gallons. 3000 PSI (207 Bar)1 Models Nominal Size Gallon (Liters) Dimensions, inch (mm) Ports Weight lbs. A B C D E F G (Kg.) H (Thread) I (Thread) BG01B3T01A1 1 (3.79) 17.00 (432) 3.50 (89) 6.75 (171) 2.37 (60) 2.13 (54) 11.36 (289) 1.25 (32) SAE #20 (1-5/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 34 (15) BG02B3T01A1 2.5 (9.46) 21.25 (540) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 15.62 (397) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 80 (36) BG05B3T01A1 5 (18.9) 33.50 (851) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 27.88 (708) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 120 (55) BG10B3T01A1 10 (37.9) 54.00 (1372) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 43.38 (1102) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 220 (100) BG11B3T01A1 11 (41.6) 59.75 (1518) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 54.12 (1375) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 240 (109) BG15B3T01A1 15 (56.8) 77.62 (1972) 3.62 (92) 9.06 (230) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 72.00 (1829) 1.25 (32) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 305 (139) 1) Note: Available with 4000 PSI (275 Bar) Appendix 22 5000 PSI (345 Bar)2 Models Nominal Size Gallon (Liters) Dimensions, inch (mm) Ports Weight lbs. A B C D E F G (Kg.) H (Thread) I (Thread) BG01B5T1A1 1 (3.79) 17.25 (438) 3.25 (83) 7.14 (181) 2.25 (57) N/A 11.44 (291) 1.44 (37) SAE #20 (1-5/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 50 (23) BG02B5T1A1 2.5 (9.46) 22.55 (573) 3.88 (99) 9.63 (245) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 16.12 (409) 2.50 (64) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 120 (55) BG05B5T1A1 5 (18.9) 34.80 (884) 3.88 (99) 9.63 (245) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 28.36 (720) 2.50 (64) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 200 (91) BG10B5T1A1 10 (37.9) 55.30 (1405) 3.88 (99) 9.63 (245) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 48.88 (1242) 2.50 (64) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 335 (152) BG15B5T1A1 15 (56.8) 76.80 (1951) 3.88 (99) 9.63 (245) 3.00 (76) 2.88 (73) 70.38 (1788) 2.50 (64) SAE #24 (1-7/8 – 12) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 485 (220) 2) Note: Available with 6600 PSI (455 Bar) Appendix 22 Gas Bottles D E (Flat) B I H A F G C PHASING OUT PHASING OUT Catalog HY10-1630/US Bladder Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 59 United States Gas Diaphragm Bladder Bottles Inline Pulse-Tone™ Standard and Optional Bladders A variety of bladders are offered to suit a wide range of fluids and operating temperatures. The following table lists the optional bladders available, their recommended operating temperature ranges, and the types of fluids that are generally compatible. Seal Code Polymer **Recommended Operating Temperature Range Maximum Temperature with Reduced Life General Application & Compatibility* 01 Buna-Nitrile -20°F to 200°F -29°C to 93°C 225°F 107°C Standard Compound – Compatible with most mineral oil-based fluids 04 Hydrin (Lo-Temp.) -40°F to 225°F -40°C to 107°C 250°F 121°C Compatible with most mineral oil-based fluids with enhanced low temperature performance 06 Butyl -40°F to 200°F -40°C to 93°C 300°F 149°C Compatible with most phosphate ester fluids and some synthetic fluids 08 Ethylene Propylene -40°F to 200°F -40°C to 93°C 300°F 149°C Compatible with some synthetic fluids and water 28 Fluorocarbon Elastomer -10°F to 250°F -23°C to 121°C 400°F 204°C Compatible with most mineral oil-based fluids at higher temperatures and some exotic fluids * Consult your local distributor or the factory for fluid compatibility information. ** Temperature ranges may vary depending upon the fluid used in the hydraulic system. Water & Chemical Service Options (W) Bladder accumulators are available with a water and chemical resistance option. The (W) designation includes an internally Skotchkoted shell and stainless steel or electroless nickel plated port assembly. The Skotchkote offers added protection against more corrosive fluids. Gas Valves Two types of gas valves are available on bladder accumulators. 3000 PSI rated models are offered with a cored gas valve cartridge (cartridge type, 1 gal. & up, ISO-4570-8V1) as standard. 5000 PSI units are equipped with a high-pressure cored gas valve cartridge (ISO-4570-8V1) with an option of a heavy-duty poppet type gas valve cartridge (L07689000K). A high-flow poppet style gas valve is available upon request, but must be approved by a Parker accumulator engineer. Please contact the division for assistance. Bladders, Water Service, Gas Valves Options & Accessories Standard Gas Valve High Flow Poppet Style #5 SAE THREAD 1/2–20 UNF-2A 1/2–20 UNF-2A L07421000* (3000 PSI) L07688000* (4000 PSI) L07440000K Catalog HY10-1630/US Bladder Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 60 United States Standard and Optional Fluid Ports The following standard and optional fluid ports are offered on all Bottom Repairable, Top Repairable, and Transfer Barrier accumulators (for high-flow ports, see High-flow). See How to Order at the end of this section for complete ordering instructions. SAE 4-Bolt Flange Port Dimensions Standard Pressure – Code 61 (ISO 6162) – 3000 PSI (207 Bar) Flange Size SAE Flange Dimensions (in.) ISO 6162 Flange Dimensions (mm) A B C F G A B C F G 1-1/4” 7/16 – 4 1.188 2.312 1-1/2 1.000 M10 30.2 58.7 32 25.4 2” 1/2 – 13 1.688 3.062 2 1.062 M12 42.9 77.8 51 26.9 High Pressure – Code 62 (ISO 6162) – 6000 PSI (410 Bar) Flange Size SAE Flange Dimensions (in.) ISO 6162 Flange Dimensions (mm) A B C F G A B C F G 1-1/4” 1/2 – 13 1.250 2.625 1-1/4 1.000 M16 31.8 66.7 32 25.4 1-1/2” 5/8 – 11 1.438 3.125 1-1/2 1.375 M16 36.5 79.4 38 34.9 Note: The dimensions shown on this chart are for the mating manifold. The flange halves are not supplied with the accumulator. Ports, Port Adapters Options & Accessories C B F A (4 places) x G Min. Depth Sizes Standard Port Optional Ports SAE Str. Thread Code T SAE 4-Bolt Split Flange* Code F NPTF Code U Undersize NPTF Code X BSPP Code R ISO 6149-1 Code Y 3000 PSI (207 Bar) Models 10 cu in SAE #8 – 3/4″ Male – – M 8×1.5 1 pt., 1 qt. SAE #12 – 3/4″ – G 3/4″ M 27×2 150 cu in SAE #16 – 1″ – G 1″ M 33×2 1 gal. SAE #20 1-1/4″, Code 61 1-1/4″ – G 1-1/4″ M 42×2 21/2 to 15 gal. SAE #24 2″, Code 61 2″ 1-1/4″ G 2″ M 48×2 5000 PSI (345 Bar) Models 1 gal. SAE #20 1-1/4″, Code 62 1-1/4″ – G 1-1/4″ M 42×2 21/2 to 15 gal. SAE #24 1-1/2″, Code 62 2″ – G 2″ M 48×2 Catalog HY10-1630/US Bladder Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 61 United States Gas Diaphragm Bladder Bottles Inline Pulse-Tone™ Safety Fuse, Special Options & Accessories Safety Fuse Options Safety Fuses are used as a safety device on accumulators and gas bottles to prevent over-pressurization of gas due to external heat or hydraulic pressure (set at 140% of maximum system pressure to avoid rupture disk fatigue and premature failure). The rupture disks are calibrated to rupture at a predetermined pressure. Safety fuses are available on most sizes of piston and bladder accumulators and gas bottles. Safety fuses can be installed on 1 gallon & larger accumulators by using the “Fuse Adapter” as shown to the right. The safety fuse assembly and/or fuse adapter must be ordered separately. Description Part Number Safety Fuse Assembly1 086471xxxx Replacement Rupture Disks 756003xxxx Fuse Adapter 1468970002 1 Assembly includes housing and rupture disk, xxxx = pressure setting in 100 PSI increments, i.e., for an assembly with a 2000 PSI setting, order P/N 0864712000. Note: ASME and CRN units available upon request. Mounting, Charging & Gauging Accessories See Accessories page 97. Special Options If your application requires a bladder accumulator or special option that falls outside of our broad offering, consult your local distributor, Greer representative, or the factory with your specific requirements. We have the manufacturing and engineering expertise to design and build bladder accumulators to your exacting requirements, from simple modifications to standard units to complete designs from scratch. Some example of our past special designs include: Consult our experts with your next bladder accumulator requirement! • Special and Stainless Steel Materials • Special Bladder Compounds • Suction Stabilizer • Pulsation Dampener • Special Certifications 1.25 #8 SAE Straight Port Th’d #5 SAE Straight Port Th’d #5 SAE Straight Port Th’d 0.48 3.77 Fuse Adapter 1.44 0.95 0.70 1.55 1.30 Fuse #8 SAE 3/4-16 UNF-2A Catalog HY10-1630/US Bladder Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 62 United States There have been many attempts to solve the problems caused by high transient flow conditions inherent with pulsations and shocks. All attempts have had one thing in common: they never quite solved the problem. Then came Greer’s Pulse-Tone concept, a patented breakthrough in pulsation control. The trouble with the previous devices was that most of the pulsations and shocks never got near the shock absorber. Pulse-Tone puts a flow diversion baffle into the line. Fluid traveling through the hydraulic line bends around the baffle, but pulsation and shock energy waves take the path of least resistance right into the nitrogen precharged bladder. The bladder absorbs up to 98% of the waves’ potentially destructive force. Why Use Pulse-Tones? • improves system efficiency • absorbs hydraulic shocks • very contamination tolerant • very quick response • works well with water, low lubricity fluids Specifications Maximum Operating Pressure – 3000 PSI (207 Bar) Materials • Shell – high strength alloy steel (SA372, 1 gallon & up comply with all ASME material specifications as std.) • Ports – all oil service ports, high strength alloy steel – water and chemical service, 3000 PSI, 304 stainless steel • Poppet & Spring – 304 stainless steel • Gas Valve Cartridge – steel • Gas Valve Protector – steel • Gas Valve Stem – steel • Bladders – Various polymers, see Standard and Optional Bladders in Bladder Accumulators section. Specifications & Dimensions 3000 PSI Pulse-Tone Maximum Compression Ratio (max. working pressure/ precharge pressure) 4-1 Pulse-Tone Flow Rates Size (cu in) Max. Recommended Flow GPM LPM 1 quart 28.0 106 1 gal. 38.0 145 2.5-15 gal. 190.0 720 Size Bladder Material (Code) Part No. Repair Kit Part No. Capacity cu in (liters) A B C D E F Weight in (mm) Port lbs. (kg.) (thread) 1 quart Nitrile (-1) 834340 703040 60 (0.98) 7.38 (187) 3.03 (77) 12.16 (309) 2.00 (51) 4.50 (114) 1″ NPTF 17 (7.7) 1 gal. Nitrile (-1) 810381 703047 226 (3.70) 11.25 (286) 5.06 (129) 18.56 (471) 4.50 (114) 6.81 (173) 1-1/4″ NPTF 46 (21) 2-1/2 gal. Nitrile (-1) 810829 703054 555 (9.10) 15.50 (394) 8.50 (216) 26.23 (666) 6.75 (171) 9.00 (229) 2″ NPTF 125 (57) 5 gal. Nitrile (-1) 800290 703061 1095 (17.9) 27.94 (710) 8.50 (216) 38.69 (983) 6.75 (171) 9.00 (229) 2″ NPTF 155 (70) Models, Capacities & Dimensions E D A C F PORT F PORT B Catalog HY10-1630/US Bladder Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 63 United States A full range of genuine Greer replacement bladder kits are available to bring your accumulator back to original condition should replacement become necessary. All bladder kits include port o-ring, backup seals and gas valves with secondary seals. NOTE: Part numbers shaded in gray will be phased out. Bladder & Seal Compound Size Brand Group 01 Nitrile (NBR) Group 04 Hydrin Group 06 Butyl Group 08 EPR Group 28 Fluorocarbon 3,000 PSI Standard Bladder Kits (Top & Bottom Repairable) 10 Cu. In. Greer 702900 702902 702903 702904 702906 Parker 0850693C10 0856663C10 0850703C10 0851053C10 0851043C10 1 Pt. Greer 702914 702916 702917 702918 702920 Parker 0850693001 0856663001 0850703001 0851053001 0851043001 1 Qt. Greer 702928 702930 702931 702932 702934 Parker 0850693002 0856663002 0850703002 0851053002 0851043002 150 Cu. In. Greer 702942 702944 702945 702946 702948 Parker 0850693006 0856663006 0850703006 0851053006 0851043006 1 Gal. Greer 702956 702958 702959 702960 702962 Parker 0850693010 0856663010 0850703010 0851053010 0851043010 2 1/2 Gal. Greer 702970 702972 702973 702974 702976 Parker 0850693025 0856663025 0850703025 0851053025 0851043025 5 Gal. Greer 702984 702986 702987 702988 702990 Parker 0850693050 0856663050 0850703050 0851053050 0851043050 10 Gal. Greer 702998 703000 703001 703002 703004 Parker 0850693100 0856663100 0850703100 0851053100 0851043100 11 Gal. Greer 703012 703014 703015 703016 703018 Parker 0850693110 0856663110 0850703110 0851053110 0851043110 15 Gal. Greer 703026 703028 703029 703030 703032 Parker 0850693150 0856663150 0850703150 0851053150 0851043150 25 Gal. Greer 703340 704008 704009 703341 703342 Parker 0850693250 0856663250 0850703250 0851053250 0851043250 40 Gal. Greer 703346 704014 704015 703347 703348 Parker 0850693400 0856663400 0850703400 0851053400 0851043400 5,000 PSI Bottom Repairable Bladder Kits (2″ Valve Stem – New Style) 1 Gal. 7/8″ ø Stem Greer 8706135010 8706175010 8706145010 8706145010 8706155010 Parker 8706135010 8706175010 8706145010 8706145010 8706155010 1 Gal. 1″ ø Stem Greer 704060 704062 704063 704064 704066 Parker 0850695010 0856665010 080705010 0851055010 0851045010 2 1/2 Gal. Greer 706000 706002 706003 706004 706006 Parker 0861905025 0861945025 0861915025 0861935025 0861925025 5 Gal. Greer 706010 706012 706013 706014 706016 Parker 0861905050 0861945050 0861915050 0861935050 0861925050 10 Gal. Greer 706020 706022 706023 706024 706026 Parker 0861905100 0861945100 0861915100 0861935100 0861925100 15 Gal. Greer 706030 706032 706033 706034 706036 Parker 0861905150 0861945150 0861915150 0861935150 0861925150 5,000 PSI Bottom Repairable Bladder Kits (7/8″ Valve Stem – Old Style) 2 1/2 Gal. Parker 0850695025 0856665025 0850705025 0851055025 0851045025 5 Gal. Parker 0850695050 0856665050 0850705050 0851055050 0851045050 10 Gal. Parker 0850695100 0856665100 0850705100 0851055100 0851045100 15 Gal. Parker 0850695150 0856665150 0850705150 0851055150 0851045150 Bladder Kits Replacement Kits Bladder Catalog HY10-1630/US Bladder Accumulators Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 64 United States How to Order Bladder Accumulators Bladder accumulators and gas bottles can be specified by using the symbols in the chart below to develop a model number. Select only those symbols that represent the features desired, and place them in the sequence indicated by the example at the top of the chart. Ordering Information Model Code & Options Catalog HY10-1630/US Introduction Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 65 United States Overview Diaphragm Accumulators Diaphragm Accumulators AD Series IN THIS SECTION Overview 65 Specifications 66 Models, Capacities 67 & Dimensions Options & Accessories 68 Ordering Information 69 Features • Operating Pressures to 250 Bar • Capacities from .075 to 2.80 Liters • Compact and Lightweight • Low Cost, Non-Repairable Design • Hydrin Diaphragms • Durable Metric Gas Valve Diaphragm Catalog HY10-1630/US Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 66 United States AD Series Diaphragm Accumulators Diaphragm accumulators provide an affordable means of enhancing the performance of a hydraulic system. They are suitable for storing energy under pressure, absorbing hydraulic shocks, and dampening pump pulsation and flow fluctuations. Diaphragm accumulators provide dependable performance, maximum efficiency, and long service life in a lightweight, compact design. Why Use Diaphragm Accumulators? • improves system efficiency • supplements pump flow • supplies power in emergency • compensates for leakage • absorbs hydraulic shocks • very contamination tolerant • cost effective • compact, lightweight • safety, non-repairable design • very quick response • works well with water, low lubricity fluids Specifications Materials • Shell – high strength alloy steel • Ports – steel • Button – Delrin • Gas Valve Stem – steel • Diaphragms – Hydrin (ECO) Max. Compression Ratio (max. working pressure/precharge pressure): 8 to 1 on .075 liter through 1.4 liter; 4 to 1 on 2 liter and larger Maximum Flow Rates Size (liters) Maximum Recommended Flow Rates Normal Operation When Fully Discharging LPM GPM LPM GPM 0.075, 0.16 40 11 10 2.6 0.32 to 1.40 100 26 40 11 2.00 to 2.80 160 42 60 16 Introduction Parker Diaphragm Accumulators… Your #1 Choice! Parker is the leading manufacturer of accumulators in North America. Parker’s broad standard offering includes piston, bladder and diaphragm accumulators. For your convenience, Parker offers the latest in accumulator sizing technology with its inPHorm Accumulator Sizing and Selection Software. Pressure Ratings – See Models, Capacities and Dimensions for pressure ratings by size, all rated at minimum 4 to 1 design factors. Fluids – Parker’s diaphragm accumulators are compatible with most petroleum-based industrial or water-based flame resistant fluids. See diaphragm material options or consult factory for details. Precharge – Units are shipped with a nominal nitrogen precharge as standard. For specific precharge pressure, specify charge pressure at the time of order. Available Options • Diaphragm Compounds • Gas Valves – M28 x 1.5 standard – ISO 4570-8VI gas valve (consult factory) • Hydraulic Ports – SAE standard – others (consult factory) Catalog HY10-1630/US Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division United States Models, Capacities & Dimensions 67 Diaphragm Models, Capacities and Dimensions Model Size MOP1 A B C D E F Weight liters (cu in) bar (PSI) mm (in.) Port (thread) kg. (lb.) AD007A25T9A1 0.075 (5) 250 (3600) 111 (4.37) 20 (0.79) 64 (2.52) 30 (1.18) 32 (1.26) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 0.65 (1.4) AD016A25T9A1 0.16 (10) 250 (3600) 120 (4.72) 20 (0.79) 75 (2.95) 32 (1.26) 32 (1.26) SAE #6 (9/16 – 18) 1.0 (2.2) AD032A16T9A1 0.35 (20) 160 (2300) 136 (5.35) 22 (0.87) 92 (3.62) 63 (2.48) 41 (1.61) SAE #8 (3/4 – 16) 1.3 (2.9) AD050A16T9A1 0.50 (30) 160 (2300) 149 (5.87) 22 (0.87) 103 (4.06) 70 (2.76) 41 (1.61) SAE #8 (3/4 – 16) 1.5 (3.3) AD075A18T9A1 0.75 (45) 180 (2600) 166 (6.54) 22 (0.87) 121 (4.76) 78 (3.07) 41 (1.61) SAE #8 (3/4 – 16) 2.6 (5.7) AD075A25T1A1 0.75 (45) 250 (3600) 173 (6.81) 22 (0.87) 127 (5.00) 81 (3.19) 41 (1.61) SAE #8 (3/4 -16) 3.2 (7.1) AD100A20T9A1 1.00 (60) 200 (2900) 180 (7.09) 22 (0.87) 136 (5.35) 63 (2.48) 41 (1.61) SAE #8 (3/4 – 16) 3.5 (7.7) AD140A25T9A1 1.40 (85) 250 (3600) 198 (7.80) 22 (0.87) 155 (6.10) 72 (2.83) 41 (1.61) SAE #8 (3/4 – 16) 6.0 (13) AD200A25T9A1 2.00 (120) 250 (3600) 251 (9.88) 22 (0.87) 155 (6.10) 72 (2.83) 41 (1.61) SAE #8 (3/4 – 16) 7.5 (17) AD280A25T9A1 2.80 (170) 250 (3600) 268 (10.6) 22 (0.87) 174 (6.85) 87 (3.43) 41 (1.61) SAE #8 (3/4 – 16) 10 (22) 1 Maximum Operating Pressure. 1 Shell The shell is manufactured from a high strength alloy steel. The non-repairable electron-beam welded construction reduces size, weight, and, ultimately, initial cost. 2 Diaphragm The flexible diaphragm provides excellent gas and fluid separation. Diaphragms are available in Hydrin (ECO) compound which provides excellent service with most mineral fluids. ECO offers excellent low-temperature performance for mobile applications. 3 Button The button closes the fluid port when the accumulator is fully discharged to prevent diaphragm extrusion, a low cost alternative to more complex and expensive valve-spring designs. 4 Fluid Port SAE straight thread for easy installation and leak-free service. 5 Gas Valve Metric M28X1.5 gas valve is durable, leak-free and offers the flexibility of checking or charging the accumulator. See page 102 for charging and gauging accessories. U.S. Gas Valve is also available. See model numbering information. Diaphragm Accumulators AD Series 1 5 3 4 2 A B C D E HEX F Catalog HY10-1630/US Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 68 United States Metric Gas Valve Parker AD Series diaphragm accumulators are fitted as standard with metric M28X1.5 gas valves. This rugged gas valve features a internal hex locking screw with sealing washer. Charging and pressure checking can be accomplished by utilizing the M28X1.5 charging and gauging assembly shown in Accumulator Accessories. U.S. Gas Valve Parker AD Series diaphragm accumulators can be fitted with an optional US gas valve. The US gas valve features an internal gas valve core and a sealing washer. Charging and pressure checking can be accomplished by utilizing standard charging and gauging assembly as shown in Accumulator Accessories. Assembly Part No. L08700150A Item Part No. Qty. Description 1 148146 0000 1 Protective Cover 2 087036 0031 1 Dyna Seal 3 582222 0000 1 Valve Core 4 135238 0000 1 Gas Valve Housing 5 870016 0000 1 Gas Valve Seal Assembly Part No. L087001500 Item Part No. Qty. Description 3 582222 0000 1 Valve Core 4 135238 0000 1 Gas Valve Housing 5 870016 0000 1 Gas Valve Seal NOTE: For assembly of gas valve to cap, use 9 ft/lbs. Standard Diaphragm Materials The following table lists Hydrin’s recommended operating temperature ranges and the types of fluids that are generally compatible. Seal Code Polymer Recommended Operating Temperature Range Maximum Temperature with Reduced Life General Application & Compatibility1 9 Hydrin (Lo-Temp) -40°F to 176°F -40°C to 80°C 200°F 93°C Compatible with most mineral oil based fluids and maintains flexibility at low temps 1 Consult your local Parker distributor or the factory for fluid compatibility information. Temperature ranges may vary depending upon the fluid used in the hydraulic system. AD Series Diaphragm Accumulators Options & Accessories 1 2 3 4 5 Catalog HY10-1630/US Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 69 United States Diaphragm How to Order Diaphragm Accumulators AD Series diaphragm accumulators can be specified by using the symbols in the chart below to develop a model number. Select only those symbols that represent the features desired, and place them in the sequence indicated by the example at the top of the chart. Ordering Information AD Series Diaphragm Accumulators Series Size Construction Pressure Port Diaphragm Variation Code AD 007 A 25 T 9 A 1 A Std. Metric Gas Plug B U.S. Gas Valve AD Series Diaphragm Accumulators Code Size MOP1 007 0.075 liter (5 in3) 250 Bar (3600 PSI) 016 0.16 liter (10 in3) 250 Bar (3600 PSI) 032 0.32 liter (20 in3) 160 Bar (2300 PSI) 050 0.50 liter (30 in3) 160 Bar (2300 PSI) 075 0.75 liter (45 in3) 180 Bar (2600 PSI) 075 0.75 liter (45 in3) 250 Bar (3600 PSI) 100 1.00 liter (60 in3) 200 Bar (2900 PSI) 140 1.40 liter (85 in3) 250 Bar (3600 PSI) 200 2.00 liter (120 in3) 250 Bar (3600 PSI) 280 2.80 liter (170 in3) 250 Bar (3600 PSI) See “Size” for MOP1 Ratings 16 160 Bar (2300 PSI) 18 180 Bar (2600 PSI) 20 200 Bar (2900 PSI) 25 250 Bar (3600 PSI) T SAE Straight Thread 9 Hydrin A Standard S Special 1 Standard * Special Design No. Assigned 1 Maximum Operating Pressure Catalog HY10-1630/US Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 70 United States Diaphragm Accumulators Notes Catalog HY10-1630/US Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 71 United States Inline Pulse-Tone™ Inline Pulse-Tone™ Hydraulic Shock Suppressors Overview Inline Pulse-Tone™ Hydraulic Shock Suppressors IN THIS SECTION Overview/Introduction 71 Specifications 74 Models, Capacities & Dimensions 3000 PSI 75 5000 PSI 77 Options & Accessories 79 Ordering Information 80 Features • Three Bladder Polymers for a Wide Range of Fluids and Temperatures • NPT, BSPP, SAE or Split Flange Connections • Mounting in Any Position • 3000 PSI Models for Water/Chemical Service Catalog HY10-1630/US Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 72 United States Shock and Noise In Quiet Out Nitrogen Charging Valve Bladder Inner Chamber with 1/2″ Holes Compressed Coil Spring Radial Flow Chamber with 1/32″ Holes Bladder Nitrogen Oil Inline Pulse-Tone™ Hydraulic Shock Suppressors Introduction Construction Capabilities • reduces system noise, which can reduce the overall sound level in the work environment • reduces system pressure ripples, providing smoother operation and potentially better quality control • reduces shock, decreasing system wear and maintenance costs • Pulse-Tones can be delivered with specified pre-charge, lowering installation costs Water Service Option Tube Nickel Plated Inside and Out “304” Stainless End Pieces Carbon Steel End Caps Carbon Steel Housing Three “304” Stainless Steel Chambers Catalog HY10-1630/US Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 73 United States Inline Pulse-Tone™ Inline Pulse-Tone™ Hydraulic Shock Suppressors Introduction Noise pollution is one of the hottest topics in the hydraulic industry today. Lab tests show that pump noise levels are increased by 2-3 dB(A) just by adding 12 feet of outlet and return lines. The lines do not generate noise. They radiate noise when they respond to pulsations or vibrations. The pulsations are usually generated by the pump, and the vibrations are radiated by large flat machine surfaces. Not only do hydraulic lines radiate noise, but they frequently provide the primary path for propagating noise from the pump to components that, in turn, react to the noise and radiate additional sound. This helps explain why many pump manufacturers have a very low dB(A) pump rating, but when the pump is installed on a power unit, the sound rating is much higher. It is almost impossible to forecast how much additional sound the hydraulic lines and surrounding structure will radiate. This is why many power units are enclosed after they have been manufactured and installed. The Inline Pulse-Tone reduces pump pulsations and shock. When you stop pulsation and vibration, you stop the cause of component wear and leakage. A power unit with an Inline Pulse-Tone installed can operate at higher RPM with smaller, less expensive components . . . and less noise. NOTE OF INTEREST: An increase of 2.71 dB doubles the intensity noise level. An Inline Pulse-Tone suppressor is located as close to the pump as possible, usually directly at the pump outlet, to stop pulsations and noise before they travel through the piping and radiate off other structural components. As shown in the diagram on the facing page, oil flowing into the Pulse-Tone goes through three different baffles or diffusers. These metal baffles are designed to convert 1/2″ diameter holes to 1/32″ diameter holes. The total radial distance through these baffles is only 1/4″. After passing through these holes, pulsations strike a nitrogen charged rubber bladder. The bladder deflects each time it is hit by a pulsation. This slight deflection of the bladder reduces the shock and noise. The bladder is usually charged with nitrogen to 50% to 60% of the hydraulic operating pressure. The 1/32″ diameter holes in the last baffle are so small that the bladder cannot extrude into them. The large area of the bladder, its ability to oscillate at a high frequency and the short distance each pulsation has to travel once it enters the unit explain the effectiveness of the Pulse-Tone. Why Should You Use the Suppressor? How Does the Work? Selecting a is Easy! No complex sizing formula is required. The Inline Pulse-Tone hydraulic shock suppressor is sized to match your hydraulic line size. There is a unit to fit every pipe and tube size from 3/8″ to 2″ with threaded or flanged connections. Models are available for both 3000 PSI and 5000 PSI hydraulic system pressures. Catalog HY10-1630/US Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 74 United States Inline Pulse-Tone™ Hydraulic Shock Suppressors Specifications Models • 3000 PSI rated for oil applications • 3000 PSI Stainless Steel for water and chemical applications • 5000 PSI for high-pressure oil applications Port Connections Four types of hydraulic line connections are available: • NPT pipe connections from 3/8″ to 2″ pipe • BSPP connections from 3/8″ to 2″ pipe • SAE port connection from 3/8″ to 2″ tubing • Split flange connection from 3/4″ to 3″ Inline Pulse-Tone units can be ordered with any combination of ends, such as a split flange one end and a straight thread on the opposite end. When ordering, specify the type of connection for each end. Bladder Materials • Standard material is high temperature HNBR, -50° to 300°F (-45° to 149°C) • Fluorocarbon or EPR bladders are available for special applications Precharge The unit can be shipped with a nitrogen precharge equal to 50% of hydraulic system pressure. Check precharge every three months to maintain maximum efficiency (See page 150 for procedures). Mounting The Pulse-Tone may be mounted in any position, horizontal or vertical. Since there are no moving parts, either end may be used for inlet or outlet. Split flange mounting makes it possible to break an existing connection to add the Pulse-Tone between the flanges. 235 psi 25 psi 40 psi 420 psi 5.55 MSEC, 180 HZ 75 psi 12 psi Examples of Pulsation Reduction The examples below show pulsations for pumps at various pressures before and after installation of the Inline Pulse-Tone. Piston Pump at 4000 psi and 1800 rpm Piston Pump at 2000 psi and 1800 rpm Piston Pump at 750 psi and 1200 rpm Before After Before After Before After Catalog HY10-1630/US Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division United States Models, Capacities & Dimensions 75 Inline Pulse-Tone™ Hydraulic Shock Suppressors 3000 PSI Threaded Connection 3000 PSI Pipe Thread Connections Model NPT Size BSPP Size Flow, GPM 15’/sec Flow, GPM 20’/sec* Dimensions, inch (mm) Weight lbs. (kg) D H L PT250D1H 3/8 1/2 3/8 1/2 11.3 15.1 2.5 (63.5) 1.75 (44.5) 6.875 (174.6) 6.5 (3) PT262D1H 3/4 1 — 3/4 1 1¼ 24.2 32.1 2.625 (66.7) 1.75 (44.5) 8.13 (206.5) 8.0 (3.6) PT400D1H 1 1¼ 1½ 1 1¼ 1½ 68.9 91.9 4.0 (101.6) 1.75 (44.5) 8.875 (225.4) 24.5 (11.1) PT475D1H 1½ 2 1½ 2 128.0 171.0 4.75 (120.7) 1.75 (44.5) 10.5 (266.7) 31 (14.1) 3000 PSI Straight Thread Connections Model Tube Size Thread Flow, GPM 15’/sec Flow, GPM 20’/sec* Dimensions, inch (mm) Weight lbs. (kg) D H L PT250D1H .375 .500 .625 9/16–18 3/4–16 7/8–14 11.3 15.1 2.5 (63.5) 1.75 (44.5) 6.875 (174.6) 6.5 (3) PT262D1H .750 1.00 1.25 1-1/16–12 1-5/16–12 1-5/8–12 24.1 32.1 2.625 (66.7) 1.75 (44.5) 8.13 (206.5) 8 (3.6) PT400D1H 1.00 1.25 1.50 1-5/16–12 1-5/8–12 1-7/8–12 68.9 91.9 4.0 (101.6) 1.75 (44.5) 8.875 (225.4) 24.5 (11.1) PT475D1H 2.00 2-1/2–12 128.0 171.0 4.75 (120.7) 1.75 (44.5) 10.5 (266.7) 31 (14.1) * Pressure drop in the suppressor is equal to pressure drop in 8″ of tubing. Flow rates can be at least 50% higher than those listed for 20’/sec. without excessive pressure drop. L H D Thread Size Catalog HY10-1630/US Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division United States Models, Capacities & Dimensions 76 3000 PSI for Code 61 Flange Mounting Model Flange Size Code 61 Flange Code 62 Flange* D A B L E F A B L E F PT262D1HP 0.75 2.625 (66.7) 1.75 (44.5) .56 (14.2) 10.12 (257.0) 1.875 (47.6) 0.875 (22.2) 2.000 (50.8) .75 (19.1) 10.620 (269.7) 2.000 (50.8) 0.938 (23.8) 1.00 2.625 (66.7) 1.75 (44.5) .62 (15.7) 10.12 (257.0) 2.062 (52.4) 1.030 (26.2) 2.000 (50.8) .94 (23.9) 10.620 (269.7) 2.250 (57.1) 1.094 (27.8) 1.25 2.625 (66.7) 2.00 (50.8) .56 (14.2) 10.62 (269.7) 2.312 (58.7) 1.188 (30.2) 2.250 (57.1) 1.06 (26.9) 11.120 (282.4) 2.625 (66.7) 1.250 (31.8) PT400D1HP 1.25 4.00 (101.6) 2.25 (57.1) .56 (14.2) 13.12 (333.2) 2.312 (58.7) 1.188 (30.2) 2.250 (57.1) 1.06 (26.9) 13.125 (333.4) 2.625 (66.7) 1.250 (31.8) 1.50 4.00 (101.6) 2.25 (57.1) .62 (15.7) 13.12 (333.2) 2.750 (69.9) 1.406 (35.7) 2.250 (57.1) 1.19 (30.2) 13.625 (346.1) 3.125 (79.4) 1.438 (36.5) 2.00 4.00 (101.6) 2.38 (60.4) .62 (15.7) 13.38 (339.9) 3.062 (77.8) 1.688 (42.9) 2.620 (66.5) 1.44 (36.6) 13.875 (352.4) 3.812 (96.8) 1.750 (44.5) PT475D1HP 2.00 4.75 (120.6) 2.38 (60.4) .62 (15.7) 15.00 (381.0) 3.062 (77.8) 1.688 (42.9) 2.620 (66.5) 1.44 (36.6) 13.875 (352.4) 3.812 (96.8) 1.750 (44.5) 2.50** 4.75 (120.6) 2.875 (73.0) .75 (19.0) 16.00 (406.4) 3.500 (88.9) 2.000 (50.8) — — — — — 3.00*** 4.75 (120.6) 3.25 (82.6) .88 (22.3) 16.75 (425.4) 4.188 (106.4) 2.438 (61.9) — — — — — * When using Code 62 flanges, do not exceed 3000 PSI pressure rating of the unit. ** Maximum pressure rating for this flange is 2500 PSI. *** Maximum pressure rating for this flange is 2000 PSI. Hydraulic Shock Suppressors 3000 PSI Flange Mounted Ordering Note: The Pulse-Tone flange mounted unit is not supplied with split flanges. D Flange Size 1.75 (44.5) L A L B E F Catalog HY10-1630/US Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division United States Models, Capacities & Dimensions 77 Inline Pulse-Tone™ 5000 PSI for Flange Mounting Model Number Flange Size Code 62 Flange* Dimensions, inch (mm) A B D L E F PT338C1HP 1.00 2.000 (50.8) .94 (23.9) 3.5 (88.9) 10.620 (269.7) 2.250 (57.2) 1.094 (27.8) 1.25 2.250 (57.2) 1.06 (26.9) 3.5 (88.9) 11.120 (282.4) 2.625 (66.7) 1.250 (31.8) 1.25 2.250 (57.2) 1.06 (26.9) 5.00 (127.0) 13.125 (333.4) 2.625 (66.7) 1.250 (31.8) PT500C1HP 1.50 2.500 (63.5) 1.19 (30.2) 5.00 (127.0) 13.625 (346.1) 3.125 (79.4) 1.438 (36.5) 2.00 2.620 (66.5) 1.44 (35.6) 5.00 (127.0) 13.875 (352.4) 3.812 (96.8) 1.750 (44.5) 5000 PSI Flange Mounted Hydraulic Shock Suppressors Ordering Note: The Pulse-Tone flange mounted unit is not supplied with split flanges. Flange Size D L 1.28 (32.5) A L B E F Catalog HY10-1630/US Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division United States Models, Capacities & Dimensions 78 5000 PSI Straight Thread Connections Model For Tube Suppressor Thread In Rate Maximum Flow Dimensions, inch (mm) Weight lbs. (kg) D H L PT338C1H .750 1.00 1.25 1-1/16–12 1-5/16–12 1-5/8–12 49 GPM 3.38 (85.8) 1.28 (32.5) 8.13 (206.5) 15 (6.36) PT500C1H 1.00 1.25 1.50 1-5/16–12 1-5/8–12 1-7/8–12 90 GPM 5.0 (127.0) 1.28 (32.5) 8.88 (225.6) 48 (21.8) Pressure drop in unit is equal to pressure drop of 8″ of tubing. Flow rates can be at least 50% higher than those listed for 20’/sec without excessive pressure drop. Repair Kits Repair kits include a bladder and o-rings. Order by series and seal material. Series HNBR EPR Fluorocarbon 250 RKPT2500H0 RKPT2500D0 RKPT2500E0 262 & 338 RKPT2620H0 RKPT2620D0 RKPT2620E0 400 & 500 RKPT4000H0 RKPT4000D0 RKPT4000E0 475 RKPT4750H0 RKPT4750D0 RKPT4750E0 5000 PSI Threaded Connection Hydraulic Shock Suppressors Catalog HY10-1630/US Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 79 United States Inline Pulse-Tone™ Inline Pulse-Tone™ Hydraulic Shock Suppressors Options & Accessories Charging and Gauging Assemblies Includes 10 ft. charging hose with standard right-hand thread nitrogen fittings, adapter incorporating gas valve, bleeder valve and gas chuck and gauge. Note: For charging and gauging equipment and mounting clamp see Accumulator Accessories page 97. Charging & Gauging Assemblies are sold in plastic carrying case. Catalog HY10-1630/US Parker Hannifin Global Accumulator Division 80 United States Hydraulic Shock Suppressors Ordering Information Inline Pulse-Tone™ How to Order Use the symbols in the chart below to develop an Inline Pulse-Tone model number. Select only those symbols that represent the features desired and place them in the sequence indicated by the example at the top of the chart. Design 1 Standard 3 Water/Chem Service* S Special * Available in Sizes 262 and 400 only. PT 250 D 1 H – – – – — Hydraulic Ports* Precharge Series Size Pressure Design Seals Type Size Type Size Pressure* 3000 PSI Sizes 250 2.50″ Dia. 262 2.625″ Dia. 400 4.00″ Dia 475 4.75″ Dia. 5000 PSI Sizes 338 3.375″ Dia. 500 5.00″ Dia. Pressure D 3000 PSI C 5000 PSI Seals D EPR* E Fluorocarbon H HNBR (STD) * Not available on 250 (2.50″) size. Port Type Port Size T SAE B SAE #6 (9/16-18) C SAE #8 (3/4-16) I SAE #10 (7/8-14) D SAE #12 (1-1/16-12) E SAE #16 (1-5/16-12) F SAE #20 (1-5/8-12) G SAE #24 (1-7/8-12) H SAE #32 (2-1/2-12) U NPT T 3/8″ U 1/2″ V 3/4″ W 1″ X 1