Our product portfolio provides consistent and dependable power and motion control that stabilizes movement (accumulators) and a clean and ambient environment (coolers), providing a marketable advantage to maximize revenues in global OE applications.
The Accumulator and Cooler Division is a leading manufacturer of hydro-pneumatic accumulators and coolers for industrial and mobile applications in North America. Parker offers a broader selection of accumulator products than any other manufacturer, including pistons, bladders and diaphragms, as well as a full range of coolers for industrial and mobile applications.
Available in a wide range of sizes, materials, port configurations and pressure ratings, Parker's bladder, piston, diaphragm-type accumulators as well as coolers give engineers the ultimate in design flexibility. Our complete line of accessory products—including clamps, repair kits, and charging and gauging assemblies—making installation and maintenance easy. Find a Parker Accumulator & Cooler Distributor near you today.
Bladder accumulators are excellent for storing energy under pressure, absorbing hydraulic shocks, and dampening pump pulsation and flow fluctuations. They are a cost effective option with fast response time and are compatible with low lubricity fluids. Each type of accumulator has particular advantages and limitations, which should be considered when selecting an accumulator for a specific application.
Accumulator and Cooler Division is dedicated to providing our customers and distributors with general information and technical resources, as well as comprehensive support for OEMs. Whether you are looking for instruction manuals, solutions for specific applications, online guides and tools, or simply want to ask a question, we can help.
Don't know which air oil cooler will meet your requirements? Or do you have a specific accumulator that you are looking for? To make it easier to find product information, we have consolidated all our accumulator and cooler product information in two online selector tools. You can find specifications, selection and configuration data, system components, and CAD drawings. These online tools will help identify which series or multiple series of parts will meet your application.