High Pressure produces a number of components and systems for general industrial, elevated pressure applications, including pumping systems, hydraulic intensifiers, generators, gas boosters and gas booster systems.
High Pressure pumping systems are air operated, hydraulic systems capable of producing output pressures up to 50,000 psi. These pumping systems are complete, self-contained and ready to operate; just connect to shop air supply (maximum 100 psi) to connection supplied on the side of the console. Dimensions of standard systems are 26" wide, 24" deep and 40" high.
Hydraulic intensifiers feature a compression ratio of 10 to 1, which allows for output pressures as high as 150,000 psi when used in conjunction with a commercially available lower pressure pump (15,000 psi). Consequently, pressures up to 150,000 psi can be achieved by using a commercially available lower pressure (15,000 psi) pump. Standard connections are for 1/4" O.D. tubing (HF4) on the low pressure end and 3/8" O.D. x 1/16" I.D. tubing (XF6) on the high pressure end.
High Pressure generators are manually operated piston screw pumps, designed for compressing liquids and some gases in small volumes to develop pressure ranges, up to 100,000 psi. Typical applications include pressure measurement studies, injection of liquid catalysts, pressurizing chemicals, and testing of instruments, gauges, and component parts.
Gas boosters and gas booster systems are an excellent method for increasing the pressures or flow rates for a variety of gases. These units offer compression ratios as high as 30:1 and output pressures up to 60,000 psi. High Pressure gas booster systems are complete and ready to operate, requiring only an air supply for the pump (approximately 70 psi) and a commercially-available container of compressed gas.