Rupture Disc holders

A rupture disc holder is a device used to support and hold a rupture disc, a type of pressure relief device. The rupture disc is designed to burst or rupture at a predetermined pressure, allowing excess pressure to escape from a system before it reaches a dangerous level. The rupture disc retainer helps to hold the rupture disc in place and provides a safe and reliable seal to ensure proper function of the rupture disc and to protect the system from over-pressurization.


Reverse acting rupture disc holders

Forward acting rupture disc holders

Graphite rupture disc holder

Pre-Torqued insert holder

Union type holders

Sanitary rupture disc holder

About Rupture discs holders

There are several types of rupture disc holders, including in-line holders, flange holders, and sanitary holders. In-line holders are designed to be installed directly into a piping system and are often used in applications where space is limited or where a compact design is required. Flange mount receptacles, on the other hand, are designed to attach to a flange on a pipe or vessel and are often used in applications where the rupture disc must be mounted on a larger piece of equipment. Sanitary containers, as the name suggests, are specifically designed for use in food and beverage processing and other clean-in-place applications, and are made from materials that are easy to clean and maintain.