The Toyota AC accumulator-drier is used in maintaining pressure and distributing liquid. The Toyota AC accumulator can be classified as hydraulic and water-air accumulator. The hydraulic and water-air accumulator function as the same except the way of storing and conversion of the fluids. This can be done with the help of three separators namely bladder, diaphragm and piston. A bladder has an internal tank connected to the Toyota AC accumulator-drier. A diaphragm has a cylinder through which gas if filled, fixed at the center of the Toyota AC accumulator-drier. The diaphragm fills up more fluid than the bladder. The piston is placed at the top of the Toyota AC accumulator-drier for containing gas. The piston holds pressure for a longer period than the diaphragm and the bladder.
The agents used in pressurization is different in hydraulic and water-air accumulator. In hydraulic accumulator gas is used as the pressurization agent and in water-air accumulator water is used as the pressurization agent.
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