Rupture Discs

DonadonSDD has a full suite of products for the safety of industrial plants, designed for every possible application and under any set of condition. Find out more about our products!

Rupture discs are safety devices with the function of stopping sudden variations in pressure from damaging an industrial plant. They mainly consist of a thin membrane - which can be made of several different materials, depending on the exact situation – which is designed to break and open when the specific level of differential pressure rises above the resistance limit that the disc was originally calibrated for, so as to allow for the excess pressure to vent out safely.

Managing instances of excessive pressure in industrial plants is a basic element of safety both for structures and technicians. Rupture discs are, as of today, the perfect tools to guarantee complete safety.

Rupture discs are safety devices with the function of stopping sudden variations in pressure from damaging an industrial plant. They mainly consist of a thin membrane - which can be made of several different materials, depending on the exact situation – which is designed to break and open when the specific level of differential pressure rises above the resistance limit that the disc was originally calibrated for, so as to allow for the excess pressure to vent out safely.

DonadonSDD has chosen to make rupture discs it stop product, and develops a vast series of all the most commonly required variants for all different applications, often doing custom work to design the perfect disc for a customer's specific need. Here are the categories of rupture discs and accessories which we manufacture for our customers:
  • NS NANOSCORED - a unique, top-performing product
  • SANITARY - for pharmaceutical, food and biotech industries
  • FORWARD ACTING - the traditional, time-tested solution
  • REVERSE ACTING - sporting better resistance to different operating pressures
  • ULTRA LOW PRESSURE - sensitive to even the lightest pressures
  • DOUBLE WAY - protects both ways: against pressure and vacuum