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Innovative Low-Pressure Solutions

Posted on August 08, 2018 by Georgia Roberts

 

Z-VAC/Z-POS is a revolutionary rupture disk assembly

Z-VAC/Z-POS operates at very low rupture pressures of both  vacuum and  positive press ure, and the unique design can save $100,000’s in...
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Topics: rupture disks, low pressure rupture disks

How Can You Protect Your Extrusion Machine From Over-Pressure?

Posted on August 08, 2018 by Georgia Roberts

The demands on plastic extrusion machines have become more challenging over the past years, due to increased production demands, and the desire to extend the operational life of equipment. These...

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Introducing Z-Size - A revolutionary web-based rupture disk sizing tool

Posted on March 06, 2018 by Georgia Roberts

ZOOK is pleased to announce the global launch of a new web-based rupture disk sizing program!

The Z-Size tool is intuitive, which saves you time and helps you eliminate errors that happen so often...

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Topics: rupture disks, sizing rupture disk

Innovation Brings Unique Solutions

Posted on January 19, 2018 by Georgia Roberts

 

Z-VAC/Z-POS is a revolutionary rupture disk assembly

Z-VAC/Z-POS operates at very low rupture pressures of both  vacuum and  positive press ure, and the unique design can save $100,000’s in...
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Topics: rupture disks, low pressure rupture disks

Why Use a Pre-Torque Holder?

Posted on January 15, 2018 by Georgia Roberts

Pre-torque holders are superior to standard holders

They are designed with pre-set torque values to generate high clamping loads allowing the disk to be assembled conveniently in maintenance or...

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What Does the Kr Value Really Mean to Your Relief System?

Posted on June 12, 2017 by Georgia Roberts

K values represent the resistance to flow of individual pipe system components – this can be any pipeline part.

The significance of K values is that by summing the K value all system components...

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A Guide to Liners for Metal Rupture Disks

Posted on June 12, 2017 by Georgia Roberts

Corrosive attack of a rupture disk is an unsafe undesirable situation that can lead to unplanned bursts, dangerous emissions and costly downtime.

Metal rupture disks are made from thin foils and...

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Custom Over-Pressure Relief with Custom Welded Assemblies (CWA)

Posted on April 21, 2017 by Georgia Roberts

 

Custom welded assemblies are ideal for customers that have special requirements in the manufacturing, production and testing of rupture disks that can not be met using standard rupture disk...

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The Perfect Combination: A Rupture Disk with a Safety Valve

Posted on April 20, 2017 by Georgia Roberts

 

Rupture disks and safety valves have their own strengths and weaknesses. However, using a rupture disk with a safety valve will eliminate important operational concerns and provide both capital ...

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7 Reasons Not to Use a Knife-Blade Style Reverse Acting Rupture Disk Design

Posted on February 08, 2017 by Georgia Roberts

 

The knife-blade reverse buckling design can be effective when applied correctly but has various safety concerns and limitations?

  1. The design relies on razor sharp knife-blades installed in the...
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