Graphite rupture disk

  Graphite rupture disk is the rupture disk which is impregnated by resin After a lot of molding and can withstand the high corrosion.The graphite rupture disk is a special type of safety device, it is mainly used in high corrosion condition and can bear any invasion from the strong corrosive chemicals.

  The rupture disk utility model is a non closed pressure relief device composed of a blasting piece (or a bursting sheet component) and a clamping device (or a support ring). When it is under the given blasting temperature and the pressure difference between the two sides of the bursting disc reaches the preset value, the rupture disk instantly moves (breaks or falls off) and releases the fluid medium. There are two kinds of common graphite type rupture disk: flat-type and concave-type.

  The graphite rupture disk size: conventional size 25mm--1000mm,bursting disc pressure: 0.001MPa--2MPa, applicable medium: gas, liquid and mixed medium, no insulation layer maximum temperature 200℃,80% operation rate, the highest manufacturing standards.

  The graphite rupture disk is a safety device when we use acid, alkali and organic solvents and other corrosive fluids.It ruptures rapidly when the pressure is too large so as to ensure the safe. Our graphite rupture disk was produced with homogeneous graphite as the basic material, the machining setting pressure,its precision is high when the working pressure below 75% of the preset failure pressure .

  The features of graphite rupture disk: corrosion resistance and excellent chemical weathering sleep, most media outside of the strong oxygen gasification has corrosion resistance, the probation period (1 years) no material degradation phenomenon; no plastic deformation phenomenon, the special properties of graphite is different from the metal materials, it almost has no plasticity until rupturing . That is to say, it damages facing the over pressure immediately, opening out the pressure of 100% ; a wide range of uses:it also be used in low pressure and the failure pressure characteristics of long-term stability.