High Pressure Piston Accumulator
Different types of piston accumulators

What is a High Pressure Piston Accumulator and Why do you Need it?

Type of Piston Accumulators

How DTA can help save you time, effort and money on hydraulic accumulators

DTA has extensive expertise with hydraulic accumulators and has direct access to stocking points of different types of hydraulic accumulators in various sizes and configurations. We supply genuine spare parts of all high quality hydraulic accumulator manufacturers. Depending on your requirements, DTA can supply high-quality hydraulic accumulators, taking into account a wide variety of functional and hydraulic system requirements.

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How DTA can help save you time, effort and money on hydraulic accumulators

DTA supplies hydraulic accumulators from several renowned vendors. Along with our strong knowledge of the hydraulic market, we can also provide you guidance and suggestions to ensure all accumulators are properly maintained and safe.

All our hydraulic accumulators and spare parts are certified according to statutory standards.

Note that accumulators are pressure vessels and, as such, are manufactured, tested and certified according to statutory standards. We can provide you with certificates and documentation complying to specific standards, such as ASME or Lloyds. We also provide a variety of accumulator accessories for your convenience and safety.


QUALITY BRANDS ACCUMULATORS FOR DEMANDING APPLICATIONS

We supply high quality brands hydraulic accumulators for various demanding applications. These include Parker Hannifin, Olaer, FCH, Greer, Hydac, QHP, Bosch Rexroth, and others on request. Our scope of supply covers the full range of different accumulator types (bladder, piston, diaphragm) and accumulator accessories, such as safety valve blocks and testing devices. We supply genuine spare parts for all the hydraulic manufacturers referred to above.

Applications that utilise large flows at high speeds may use accumulators for energy storage. When required, the accumulator pushes fluid into the hydraulic circuit to add to the pump flow. When the actuators in the hydraulic system are not in motion, the accumulator will refill. Accumulators can also operate as energy sources during normal operation of the system. Accumulators that are weight- or spring-loaded can also be used in industrial applications.