Nitrogen Boosters with Pressure up to 36,000 psi
HPT provides the serval styles of Nitrogen Booster systems depending on the application. HPT offers the wide variety of Plug & Play solutions modified as per the applications requirement and can be alter upon the request.
MTNB Packages – Bootstrap Booster Package
The MTNB Nitrogen Gas Booster Package offer an economical method of boosting nitrogen (or any other select gases) to pressures as high as 36,000 psi. Depending on the required components this package can be mounted on a base plate if requested. Click Here to See HPT’s Standard Flow Schematics of the MTNB packages
Nitrogen booster packages offer an economical method of boosting nitrogen (or other select gases or air) gas pressure up to 36,000 psi. HPT nitrogen booster package features a compact and lightweight arrangement that is turn-key and fully tested. Single and double acting nitrogen gas booster pumps are available to meet flow rate requirements. Maximator high pressure nitrogen booster pumps are capable of increasing pressures as low as Atmospheric to pressures as high as 36,000 psi.Two Stage Gas Boosters are available for Applications that require very low gas pressures (0-500 psi) to be increased to higher pressures. Two Stage Gas Boosters are commonly found in applications such as bottle scavenging, bottle filling from the sources such as nitrogen generators and etc.
- Contaminant free operation with complete separation and isolation between the gas and air drive sections
- Air Controls (Air Filter, Air Regulator with Gauge, On/Off Speed Control Valve)
- High pressure switch to stop booster at desired pressure
- Safety relief valves
- Outlet pressure gauges
- Manual vent valve for venting gas pressure prior to disconnecting outlet line
- All controls are mounted on the booster. Booster may be supplied on base plate subject to model.
- Available for plant air or nitrogen drive
Nitrogen drive units include:
- high pressure regulator with gauge
- gas supply pressure switch to stop booster when supply bottle pressure is too low
- dry air spool modification on the booster for longer service life
- “Pop floats” or tire filling
- Pressurizing shock struts
- Charging hydraulic accumulators
- Gas reclaim from bottles
- Boosting pressures from nitrogen generators
- Boosting pressures from vaporized liquid nitrogen