Erie, PA - June 7, 2021 - High Pressure Equipment Company (HiP), a subsidiary of Graco Inc., introduces an air driven gas booster system mounted in a hand cart to allow for easy portability. HiP's new portable gas booster system features a double acting, double head gas booster with max. output of 15,000 psi mounted within a square tubular frame hand cart and supplied complete with air filter, air pressure regulator with pressure gauge and air shut off valve.
This new portable gas booster system is ideal for a range of applications including charging accumulators, inflating high pressure tires, charging shock struts from lower pressure supply sources, transferring gas from a supply cylinder to another container, and actuating air chucks in machine tools.
The portable system includes an air driven Sprague double acting, double head gas booster (model GBD-D75) capable of 15,000 psi max. output pressure with 100 psi air drive supply. Air controls include a filter, regulator, on/off valve, air drive pressure gauge and air safety valve. Additional system specs are a gas inlet with a 7 micron 'T' filter, inlet gas pressure gauge, a high pressure vent valve, a high pressure booster outlet isolation valve, a 200-14,500 psi outlet high pressure regulator, a 1,450 psi outlet isolation valve, a 10-1,450 psi outlet low pressure regulator, a check valve to protect the low pressure regulator from high pressure, a high pressure relief valve settable between 10,000-14,500 psi, and a 4" diameter outlet pressure gauge.
About High Pressure Equipment Company:
Graco High Pressure Equipment Inc. d/b/a High Pressure Equipment Company, a subsidiary of Graco Inc., is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of specialized valves, fittings, tubing, accessories, reactors and customized products with pressure ratings up to 150,000 psi. The company has particular expertise with specialty metals Hastelloy® alloy, Inconel® alloy, Monel® alloy and titanium. End-use applications include oil and gas exploration, topside and subsea production and test equipment, waterjet cutting and blasting, chemical, industrial gas, research and many more. High Pressure was founded in 1954 in Erie, Pennsylvania, where it remains today. For more information, please visit www.HighPressure.com.
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