Accumulator & Repair Recertification

Accumulators - Recertification and Site Management Systems

Products Accumulators

Comar are distributors and re-certification agents for the range of FCH / PARKER Accumulators. It is now a requirement to assess all pressurised systems in line with the "Safety of Pressure Systems Regulations 2000 ", Comar can carry out this assessment and advise you on your legal obligations with regards to conformance.


Bladder Accumulators  

A wide range of gas loaded bladder accumulators is available in capacities from 0,1 to 500 litres with working pressures upto 2000 bar.Specialist advice is always available regarding regulations, applications, repairs, spares and special uses.


Diaphragm Accumulators

A lightweight non-repairable range of diaphragm accumulators for use with mineral oil or non-aggressive fluids- low cost solution to many applications. Sizes range from 0,07 to 5.0 litres.


Pulsation Dampers

A new range of pulsation dampers available in special steels and polypropylene. For relatively low initial cost, the advantages and protection offered is immeasurable.

  • Reduction of pipe vibration, noise, shock, hammer
  • Protection from instrumentation damage
  • Increase pump efficiency & performance
  • Prevention of cavitation

Accumulator Management Systems and Recertification

For many of our customers we manage the testing re-certification and replacement of accumulators for the entire Company. Comar offer Accumulator Re-Cert Programs tailored to suit your requirements and work hand in hand with your HSE.


“PSSR” and its approved code of practice L122 ( ISBN 0 7176 1767 X) was introduced on the 21st February 2000, it makes clear a user/owner responsibility in ensuring the safety of personnel from potential results of failures of a pressure system, or one of its components.


All pressurised systems using gases and fluids above 0.5 bar pressure should be assessed as to their requirements under code of practice.


Accumulators having pressure x volume of product of 250bar/litres or more are required to have a written scheme of examination, those below this ratio are subject to regulations governing safe operation limits, operation and maintenance and consequently do not fall under the re-certification schemes.