BLACOH Fluid Control
Blacoh’s newly designed AODDampener constructed of 316L stainless steel with a PTFE diaphragm, employs an automatic air control that utilizes the existing compressed air source in an AODD pump system for charging. According to Blacoh engineer David McComb, with this single configuration Blacoh’s new AODDampener is compatible with over 80 percent of the existing AODD pump applications in the US.
While AODD pumps are widely used across a variety of industries, fluid transfer is considered the most common. Industrial and municipal water/wastewater treatment plants account for a large number of AODD pumps in operation today due to the pump’s rugged, simple design and its ability to handle a variety of fluids, including slurries and caustics used in the water treatment process.
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