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Striko burst indicators are simple and effective tools to capture the response of a rupture disc (bursting disc) or a pressure relief valve (PRV) when in an overpressure situation. When combined with a rupture disc, they are installed on the discharge side between the rupture disc holder and flange and when used with a pressure relief valve (PRV), they are mounted on the outlet flange in place of a typical gasket.
SVT 02 Standard Indicator is a cost effective solution or all applications in temperatures between -30°C and +220°C in non-aggressive environments. It is delivered ready to install complete with gaskets suitable for DIN, ANSI and JIS ﬂanges together with a Teﬂon-coated connecting cable.
SVT 05 Leakage Sensor is the practical advanced version and essential addition to the reliable STRIKO SVT 02. With an added sealed PTFE ﬁlm on the product side it’s reliable in detecting even the smallest leaks. The PTFE ﬁlm bulges even if the pressure increasing very slowly, destroying the conducting circuit on the scored PEEK membrane. Yet the response pressure is only slightly higher than on the SVT 02, with operating temperatures also between -30°C and +220°C.
SVT AM Full Metal Burst Indicator is used for high temperatures and aggressive mediums. The metal membrane is made from high-quality metals such as stain-less steel 1.4310, Hastelloy C276, tantalum, silver and other materials, depending on the application requirements. This allows for high chemical resistance and operating temperatures from -30°C up to +370°C.
SVT AM-L Low Pressure Burst Indicator used for applications with very low response pressures. It is reliable in signalling a rupture disc os pressure relief valve (PRV) opening with even the slightest of differential pressures. It is typically used for monitoring and securing large nominal size storage tanks and vacuum reactors.
Rupture disc burst indicator
Striko burst indicators are simple and effective tools to capture the response of a rupture disc (bursting disc) or a pressure relief valve (PRV) when in an overpressure situation.