Flow Diverter Dampers
Flow diverter dampers, also known as flap dampers, are commonly used throughout process recovery, heat recovery, and turbine exhaust systems to direct gas flow in one or two directions.
Flow diverter damper metallurgies are designed based on system design, pressure, temperature, and chemistry of the system or gas stream.
These systems are fully assembled and operationally tested by experienced engineers prior to shipment or installation.
Diverter Damper Design
For heat recovery systems, the flow diverter damper will direct the gas to a waste heat recovery system or in a bypass mode through a silencer or stack. These diverter dampers can be manufactured with a single end pivoted blade to direct gas flow into one of the two damper outlets.
The turbine exhaust diverter damper can be furnished complete with two dampers, T-duct sections, expansion joints, and damper actuators with fail-safe systems.
ProcessBarron’s skilled team of craftsmen manufacture and assemble specialty flap dampers in-house at our Alabama facilities. Our field service department specializes in turn-key installation of new dampers and the inspection, maintenance, and thorough analysis of problems with existing equipment. All custom flow diverter dampers are designed, manufactured, shop assembled, and tested in-house before shipping.
Contact ProcessBarron's Damper Division to learn more about our capabilities. For time-critical projects, our emergency repair services can quickly repair damaged dampers and process equipment. Call for emergency repair: 800-226-3267.
Our qualified engineering and service teams are eager to earn your business and help you maintain an efficient operation.