China Hydr-Star Agb06-1t-7/30 80-400 Bar High Output Pressure Double Stage Gas Pressure Booster Compressor

Product Description

 

Product Parameters

HYDR-STAR AGB06-1T-7/30 80-400 Bar High Output Pressure Double Stage Gas Pressure Booster Compressor

Item Value
Model NO. AGB06-1T-7/30
Max. Pressure 393 bar
Actual ML per cycle 216 ML
Medium Suitable for most gases, such as Hydrogen, Helium, Nitrogen and Natural Gas and so on.

Industrial gases like Argon, Helium and Nitrogen can be compressed to operating pressures of 25000 psig (1724 bar ),Oxygen to 5000 psig (345 bar), Hydrogen to 15000 psig bar (1034 bar). Higher outlet pressure to 1035 bar(15000 psig)

Application ★Pressure test & leakage test with gas
★Gas transfer
★Charging of nitrogen accumulators
★Supply for isolating gas systems
★Gas assisted injection moulding
★CO2 foaming
★Transfer of oxygen cylinders
★Life Support Gas Transfer and Charging
★Gas recovery: Pressurize the remaining lower pressure gases in the cylinder or pipeline and fill the gases into a cylinder.
★Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Boosting for vehicle refueling stations.
★Hydrogen refueling station compresses hydrogen for fuel cell.
Warranty 1 year

Product Description

Air Driven Gas Boosters

HYDR-STAR Gas Boosters consist of a large area reciprocating air drive piston directly coupled by a connecting rod to a small area gas piston. The gas piston operates in a high pressure gas barrel section. Each gas barrel end cap contains high pressure inlet and outlet check valves. Varying applications require many different booster and air drive head combinations.
The air drive section includes a cycling spool and pilot valves that provide continuous reciprocating action when air is supplied to the air drive inlet. The ratio between the area of the air drive piston and the gas driven piston is indicated by the number in the model description and approximates the maximum pressure the gas booster is capable of generating.

 

Technical specifications
There are 2 distinct sections: the air drive section and the gas barrel section.
Air Drive Section
Standard Air Drive Seals should perform reliably within a temperature range of (25°F to 150°F) (-4°C to 65°C). Lower temperatures will cause air/gas leakage; higher temperatures reduce seal life.
HYDR-STAR recommends a minimum Class 4 air quality per ISO 8573.1 standards. For operation at extremely low temperatures, consult factory.

Gas Barrel Section
Low temperatures normally have little effect on the operation of standard parts and seals. The heat from the compressing gas helps to balance out an acceptable temperature. Maximum average acceptable temperature 115°C (240°F). Generally, the built-in cooling adopts exhaust air cooling. That can keep the temperature not exceeding this value. Also cooling by water is available as an option.
Suction pressures lower than the indicated “Ps min” are not permitted and can cause damages on the unit. Because each booster has a fixed maximum compression ratio. When the air supply pressure is too low, the gas can not be pressurized to a certain pressure in the high-pressure barrel, causing the booster to reciprocate and fail to output gas.The gas will be compressed and released repeatedly in the high-pressure barrel.

Stroke frequency
The maximum stroke frequency is at 100 cycles per minute for 50% duty cycle, It is recommended not to exceed 60 cycles/min for long-term operation or heavy-duty applications.
 

Air Driven Gas Booster Configurations
HYDR-STAR air driven gas boosters have wide range of models it is possible to select the optimum booster for each application. Single stage, double acting or 2 stage boosters or a combination of these models can be used to achieve different operating pressures and flow capacities. Single acting, single stage boosters are the base model. Double acting, single stage provides twice the delivery of a single acting single stage booster. Two stage models are used for high gas compression ratios.

Product Features

★ Reliable, easy to maintain, compact and robust.
★ No heat, flame or spark risk.
★ Infinitely variable cycling speed and output.
★ Air driven boosters are an efficient alternative instead of electrically     driven products and can be used in explosion proof areas.
★ Easy to apply automatic controls.
★ No limit or adverse affect to continuous stop/start applications.
★ Seal systems designed for long working life.
★ No airline lubricator required.
★ Separation between air and gas sections. 
★ Built-in cooling.
★ Ability to stall at any predetermined pressure and hold the fixed   pressure without consuming power or generating heat.
★ ATEX approved,CE certified.
★ There is no lubrication in the gas section. It will not pollute the gas and ensure the high purity of the gas.
★ The gas supply can be used to extremely low pressure, which improves the gas utilization.

 

 

Our Advantages

Easy handling
 

1. Initial operation

The pump is prepared for operation manually:

☆ Connect supply lines (compressed air, suction and pressure lines).

☆ Set air drive pressure.

☆ Open compressed air supply slowly so that the high-pressure pump starts up .

2. Build up pressure

The pump technology executes all the steps for pressure build-up automatically:

☆ Automatic cycling of 4/2-way valve (spool cycling valve) by means of air pulses from the pilot valve (2/2-way valve)

☆ Suction of medium.

☆ Optimum cycling conditions thanks to large cross-sections .

3. Achieve and hold pressure

The pump controls the processes of CZPT and holding pressure.

☆ Pump automatically stops operating when the operating pressure is reached due to equilibrium of forces

☆ Pressure is held.

☆ Pressure holding phase with no energy consumption or heat generation .

☆ Pump restarted automatically if operating pressure drops.

 

Company Profile

Formed by the technical team with at least 15-year experience in high-pressure technology and fluid control, HYDR-STAR Fluid Control Company Limited has long been regarded as the leading manufacturer in China for pneumatic driven liquid pumps&gas boosters and high pressure(up to 100,000psi) valves. With the growing acceptance from foreign customers on its pumps and valves application experience, HYDR-STAR is accumulating the reputation among some of the most influential players abroad.

 

Unlike the omnipresent trading companies, HYDR-STAR is typically a manufacturer with an authentic base where the office building and modern workshop cover 30,000 sq meters. The workshop is characteristic of advanced manufacturing equipment, a dust-free level assembly room, a complete range of sophisticated machines for raw materials inspection, and hydraulic & pneumatic units for various functions and performance tests.

 

The certificates of CE, TUV, SIL, and ATEX are available. In addition, HYDR-STAR has obtained the latest ISO9001:2015 issued by SGS. The business cooperation type we support includes direct purchase, agent/ distributor authorization, OEM service, ODM service, etc. Welcome to contact us and visit our factory!

 

Certifications

Equipement& Exhibitions

 

Packaging & Shipping

Foam Inside, Carton Box /Wooden Box Outside
 

FAQ

1. who are we?
We are based in ZheJiang , China, start from 2013,sell to Domestic Market(15.00%),Mid East(15.00%),Western Europe(15.00%),Eastern Europe(10.00%),Southern Europe(10.00%),Northern Europe(10.00%),Oceania(5.00%),South America(5.00%),North America(5.00%),South Asia(5.00%),Southeast Asia(5.00%). There are total about 51-100 people in our office.

2. how can we guarantee quality?
Always a pre-production sample before mass production;
Always final Inspection before shipment;

3.what can you buy from us?
Air-driven liquid pumps&boosters,High pressure valve&fitting (stainless steel),Hydraulic power units,Hand pumps,Electrical pumps

4. why should you buy from us not from other suppliers?
HYDR-STAR owns an engineering team with more than 15 years of experience in the field of high pressure testing and fluid control technology, with extensive know-how in R&D, strong capacity of designing of new products and solutions

5. what services can we provide?
Accepted Delivery Terms: FOB,EXW;
Accepted Payment Currency:USD,EUR,CNY;
Accepted Payment Type: T/T;
Language Spoken:English,Chinese

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