Typ(en): SZ-X / SZ-M / SZ-MV
Forward acting metal bursting disks are installed in a standard holder SHZ or in a pre-torqued holder SHZ Pro between flanges. They are especially suitable for securing medium to high working pressures.
- STRIKO - Forward Acting, X-shaped Pre-Scored
- STRIKO - Forwar Acting, Multilayered
- STRIKO - Forwar Acting, Multilayered, Vacuum Supported
Advantages in the application
- fragment-free opening behaviour
- ideal as single pressure relief unit or used in combination with safety valve
- high working ratio: up to 90%
- “Fail-Safe” design – incorrect installation leads to bursting of the SZ-X at or underneath the actual burst pressure
- also obtainable with a PTFE-liner
- equipped with a 3D name-plate for safe detection of correct direction of installation as a standard
- suitable for gasses, vapours and liquids
Stainless steels, nickel, special materials such as hastelloy, tantalum
DN 15 – DN 250
from 0.02 bar (g) to 200 bar (g)
up to 90 %
min. +/- 5 %
Utilisation temperature range
-200 ℃ to +480 ℃
Bursting disk holder
SHZ and SHZ Pro
optionally installed on discharge side
Installation before safety valve?
yes, since fragment-free opening
Accessories - Alarm transmitter
- Burst Indicatior for breakage of bursting disk / opening of safety valve
- Leakage sensor (activates already for the smallest leaks)
- Full metal alarm for bursting disk monitoring (for high temperatures up to +600 ℃ and at aggressive media)
- Alarm for bursting disks/breakage monitoring (use for lowest burst pressures, from 10 mbar (g))
There are a number of design options for the forward acting metal bursting disks. Whether vacuum resistant, with PTFE-liner or manufactured from special materials – just talk to our specialists. We are happy to advise you competently and comprehensively, in order to find the right solution for your application.
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