Choosing the right injection packer for a project can be a complex task, but it is important to ensure that the right equipment is used to ensure the success of the project.
Here are some factors to consider when choosing an injection packers.
Injection packers materials: Generally, there are 4 kind s of materials to make injection packers, aluminum, copper, steel, zinc alloy and plastic.
Aluminum: Aluminum packers are lightweight and durable but are more expensive than plastic packers. They are suitable for high-pressure injection applications.
Steel: Steel injection packers are made of high-quality steel and are the most commonly used type of packer. They are durable and can withstand high pressures during injection.
Brass: They are suitable for low-pressure injection applications.
Plastic: Plastic injection packers are suitable for low-pressure injection applications. However, they are not as durable as steel or aluminum packers and may not withstand high pressure.
Generally speaking, aluminum and steel injection packers are the most popular in injection field.
The type of material used for injection must be compatible with the packer material to avoid leaks and other issues. It is important to choose the right packer for the material being injected.
Pressure Rating: The packer must be able to withstand the pressure of the injection, you should know well about the injection pressure you will use to make sure you can open the ball of the injection packers. Our injection packers are normally are 500 PSI. If you need high pressure, please feel free to let us know in advance.
Size and Length: Injection packers come in different sizes and lengths to accommodate different types of walls and structures. The size varies from Diameter 8mm to 22mm, the length is from 45mm to 1500mm.
Injection Point Configuration: Some injection packers are designed to inject at a specific angle, while others can be adjusted to different angles. Considering the configuration of the injection point to ensure that the packer is suitable for the job.
Cost: Injection packers can vary in price, so you can chose the injection packers according to your project budget and also the quality of the project.