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  • Intensifiers
    Intensifiers, also known as boosters, use a large quantity of low-pressure fluid to produce a smaller quantity of higher-pressure fluid. There are three classes of intensifiers: air-to-oil, oil-to-oil, and air-to-air. Hydraulic boosters can develop and maintain high pressure for long periods
  • Pressure Generators
    plunger pumps provide a virtually ripple-free pressure source in comparison to pressure intensifiers; however, an accumulator may be required to smooth out pressure fluctuations if an intensifier pump is used. In air-based blast or jet systems, air compressors are used to generate pressure. Blast
  • Catamaran Ferry 1, Mols-Linjen
    Each engine shaft is equipped with four Dellner Brakes type SKD 50 hydraulically applied disc brakes operating on two 495 mm (19.5 in) diameter discs (2 brakes per disc). The brakes are activated with pneumatic to hydraulic pressure intensifiers. Pneumatic pressure of 7 bar (102 psi) is raised
  • Case Story- Oil Drilling Rig
    Each brake system consists of a Dellner Brakes type SKD 2x100 hydraulic pressure applied disc brake working on an 1160 mm (45.7 in) diameter disc and a pressure intensifier system. The brakes are actuated with up to 150 bar (2,180 psi). of hydraulic pressure that is generated through a pneumatic
  • Catamaran Ferry 2, Stena Line
    Each of the two drive shafts is equipped with a 1150 mm (45.3 in) diameter brake disc and eight Dellner Brakes type SKD 80 hydraulically applied disc brakes. The pressure for the brakes is provided by pneumatic to hydraulic pressure intensifiers. Pneumatic pressure of 7 bar (101.5 psi) is increased
  • AHTS Tug Ship, Maersk
    a pneumatic to hydraulic pressure intensifier system. The brake system develops brake torque of up to 284 kNm (2,513,600 lbf-in) per shaft.
  • Hellenic Navy - Gun Boats
    in) or 950 mm (37.4 in) brake discs. The brakes are pressurized with a pneumatic-hydraulic pressure intensifier. Brake torque generated is approx. 200 kNm (1,770,000 lbf-in) depending on disc size and the applied pneumatic pressure. The purpose of the brakes is to quickly stop the propeller to change
  • Waterjet 101
    action takes place as a result of the ultra-high pressure (UHP) water being forced through a pre-mounted waterjet orifice as small as .005 inches. In many applications, an abrasive material such as waterjet garnet is added to the waterjet to create an abrasive waterjet (also known as an abrasivejet

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