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BLACOH Surge Shield Bridges the Gap Between Surge Dampeners and Vessels

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Blacoh Surge ShieldBlacoh Surge Shield TankBLACOH’s new Surge Shield line ranges from 25-500 gallons in size, fitting in between the smaller SENTRY Pulsation/Surge Dampeners and their SURGE CONTROL line. Surge Shield is available in 9 different sizes with multiple bladder materials. Reduce the wear and tear on your pumps and piping systems with BLACOH Surge/Pulsation control products.


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SENTINEL Diaphragm Seals, Valves and More from BLACOH FLUID CONTROL

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BLACOH Offers More Than Just DampenersBLACOH Product Collage

If you’re purchasing a dampener for your process, consider BLACOH, and consider their other system accessories to simplify your purchasing. BLACOH manufacturers quality components including:

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NEW: Redesigned, Surge Suppressing, Tranquilizers by Warren Rupp.

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Warren Rupp Announces Two Updates for Sandpiper TRANQUILIZER® Surge Suppression Accessory Options.


Principle of Operation:

During operation, the diaphragm(s) flex within the mid-range position, absorbing and equalizing discharge surge. If pressure changes in the system, the air cushion pressure compensates, automatically increasing or decreasing. If liquid pressure is released, air in the suppressor chamber exhausts into the atmosphere. Properly sized and installed, Tranquilizers provide virtually surge-free discharge flow.

TD1 1/2 is replaced with TA1 1/2

The TA1 1/2 eliminates the flow-through design, which means steadier discharge surges – steadier pressures.

TA2 Redesigned With New All Bolted Construction

The TA2 features all bolted construction which replaces the V-band clamps.  The new design means fewer parts inventory and is keeping in line with Sandpipers move to all bolted construction.

Features and Benefits:

WR Tranq Diagram

  • Virtually Surge-Free Flows and Steadier pressures.

  • Variety of sizes and materials

  • Less vibration and noise

  • Simple installation

  • Automatically Self-Charging and Self-Venting.

  • Longest Life Balanced Diaphragm.

The Graph Below Shows the Reduction in Pulsation/Surges After the Addition of a Tranquilizer.  The Pulsation/Surges are almost Non-Existant, which makes metering and through put much easier to control and monitor.

WR Tranq Graph