Closed cell Buna-N floats are buoyancy devices made of a type of synthetic rubber called Buna-N (also known as nitrile rubber). These floats are commonly used in various industrial applications, particularly in liquid level sensing and control systems.
The "closed cell" characteristic of these floats means that they are made up of a series of interconnected air-filled pockets, which prevents the penetration of liquid into the float. This design provides excellent buoyancy and stability, as well as resistance to chemical corrosion and high temperatures. Closed cell Buna-N floats are also relatively lightweight, durable, and easy to install.
One of the key benefits of closed cell Buna-N floats is their ability to float and remain stable even in harsh or corrosive environments, making them a popular choice for applications in the oil and gas, chemical, and wastewater treatment industries.