17. January 2013
Electrically driven high-pressure compressors for breathing air now round off the product range of the company Maximator GmbH from Nordhausen. This high-pressure specialist supplies high-pressure compressors for industrial customers, fire service and emergency response teams, divers, paintball players and sports marksmen.
18. December 2012
Maximator pressure switches are designed to switch a pneumatic signal and are used for automation tasks in a number of high-pressure applications. One typical application in connection with Maximator gas boosters is monitoring the inlet pressure and outlet pressure of the process gas. For multiple stage booster stations, the pressure switches are used to switch the individual stages on and off for example.
18. December 2012
Maximator has extended its range of air driven gas boosters with three models for pressure ranges 1,800 bar (25,000 psi), 2,100 bar (30,000 psi) and 2,400 bar (36,000 psi). The basis for this ultra high pressure booster is the DLE 30-75 model. The two-stage compression allows high end pressure to be achieved with comparatively low gas inlet pressure.
27. July 2012
Maximator has proven its pneumatically-operated relief valves with respect to all relevant "basic" and "proven" design principles, and also implemented improvements in the manufacturing process of the relief valves.
20. June 2012
Maximator presents a new series of boosters with the HDLE gas boosters, which are operated hydraulically. The four different basic models cover pressure ranges of 50 to 900 bar. The flow capacity remains constant over the entire pressure range. Each model (HDLE 2, 5, 15 and 30) is also available with a double stroke length for higher flow capacities.
20. February 2012
The filling of the accumulators from nitrogen bottles has always been the most practical alternative and although this method has its drawbacks the need for higher pressures and full use of the supply bottle gas gives an opportunity for the use of Gas Boosters. The nitrogen charging stations that Maximator offers are a remarkable solution. The Maximator Gas Boosters will take gas pressure from the nitrogen bottles and compress it up to 750 bar and in this way more than 90% of the bottle contents are used.
30. September 2011
How many pressure cycles can a component withstand? Cyclic compression tests are conducted to answer this question early in the development and pre-production stages of product development. Maximator GmbH, based in the German federal state of Thuringia, provides an impressive test rig for customers from the automotive and mechanical engineering industries. At the beginning of August, the company delivered the 100th unit.
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