Gas holder diaphragms

ContiTech Elastomer Coatings develops and produces gas holder diaphragms based on its own and customer-specific requirements. The range of applications for these diaphragms is nearly unlimited. The reservoir of expertise allows tailor-made products to be produced, even in oversized dimensions.

  • Many years of experience and superb skills in the development and manufacture of materials and engineered products
  • Comprehensive local service
  • Everything from one single source: from planning to installation advice

Technical specifications

  • Long service life of the diaphragms
  • Hot vulcanization
  • Height: 2.50-22 m
  • Diameter: 6-60 m
  • Gas volume: 500-100,000 m3
  • Extremely high seam strength
  • Coating depends on the intended application

Features & benefits

  • Reduction of pollutant emissions
  • Economical recycling of gas and steam
  • Lowering of energy costs
  • No weakness in the seam, contrary to cold-bonded diaphragms


  • Interim storage of blast furnace gases in the production of iron and steel (N2, CO2, CO, H2, ...)
  • Interim storage of sewage / biogas for example in sewage treatment plants
  • Gas volume buffer in refineries

    Product Range

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      High tensile strength, flexibility and high media resistance for safe temporary storage of fermentation gas and biogas.

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    • Diaphragms for various types of gas and steam
      Diaphragms for various types of gas and steam

      Combination of a wide variety of base materials to develop optimum solutions for individual customer requirements.

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