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Key issues that need to be noted in the installation of energy accumulators

When installing energy accumulators (such as hydraulic accumulators), there are several key factors that require special attention to ensure their safe, efficient, and long-term stable operation. Here are some important considerations:
1、 Installation location and layout
Stay away from heat sources: Accumulators should be installed away from heat sources to prevent gas expansion from causing system pressure to rise, which may lead to safety accidents. This point has been emphasized multiple times in the reference article.
2、 Installation method and fixation
Vertical installation: Accumulators usually require vertical installation with the air valve facing upwards to ensure the stability and working effect of their internal structure. Especially for bladder type accumulators, they should be installed vertically with the oil port facing downwards to avoid potential damage to the bladder and performance degradation caused by tilting or horizontal installation.
3、 Working medium and gas
Media matching: The viscosity and temperature of the working medium used in the accumulator must match the requirements of the hydraulic system. This includes parameters such as the type of medium, viscosity range, and operating temperature to ensure the stability and reliability of the system operation.
Inert gas: The accumulator should be filled with inert gas (such as nitrogen), and the use of oxygen, hydrogen, compressed air, or other flammable gases is strictly prohibited. This is because inert gases are more stable and safe in the system, and are less likely to cause dangerous situations such as fires or explosions.
4、 System design and connection
Check valve: A check valve should be installed between the pump and the accumulator to prevent the oil in the accumulator from flowing back into the pump and into the oil tank when the pump stops working, thus avoiding accidents.
In summary, when installing an energy accumulator, multiple factors need to be comprehensively considered, including installation location and layout, installation method and fixation, working medium and gas, system design and connection, as well as safety and maintenance. Only by ensuring that these key factors are properly addressed can the safe, efficient, and long-term stable operation of the accumulator be ensured.



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