Our Laboratory Gas Booster is sized for small applications such as neutron scattering and magnetic studies. For Helium and Nitrogen the gas booster tops out at 200,000 psi and for argon 150,000 psi at the outlet pressure.
We also offer standard units in the 5- to 100 hp range at pressures to 14 kilobar. Contact Harwood for more information. (read more)
One type of Manganin cell is designed for non-polar, non-hygroscopic, dry non-solids. This cell is directly exposed to the high-pressure fluid. The second type is designed for use with polar fluids. In this cell the active coil is isolated from the pressure fluid, being placed within a bellows which is vacuum filled with a non-polar high pressure fluid. Both cells can go as high as 14kbar. (read more)
The DWT is a favorite for those interested in a primary source for measuring pressure.
This gage's extreme sensitivity, repeatability and accuracy are attributes made possible by the design's tight clearance between piston and cylinder.
The controllable long float allows for easy evaluation of the effective area which leads to a very accurate determination of the meas... (read more)
Harwood Engineering Company, Inc. offers small batch isostatic compaction systems in a variety of configurations with manual or semi-automatic operation. Standard equipment includes strain gauge transducer and digital indicator. Pressure vessels up to 200,000 psi with quick opening as an option. Talk to us about your unique situation. (read more)
Some Check Valves rated for up to 200,000 psi. Optical flat plunger for gas, while liquid could use either the flat or the optical plunge Valves are constructed for minimal down time for a quick replacement of spares as well as ruggedness. Valves can be modified for hydrogen service, elevated temperature or exposure to chemically active fluids. (read more)
Rupture tube safety assemblies are used to release excessive pressure in case of an emergency, when the system's relief or release pressure valves have failed. It is usually the "last line of defense" in any high pressure system. The burst pressure should be about 10-15% higher than the maximum pressure of the system. (read more)