Style Expansion Joint

 

Style 
Expansion-Joint
Benefits

Pipe I.D.

in. (mm)

Temperature
Pressure
104GS
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• The versatility of the neoprene tube & cover makes the 104GS idealy suited for a wide range of media transfer 
• The wider, abrupt arch allows for greater movements and helps to reduce the affects of moderate sediment transfer
• Metal reinforcement enables the expansion joint to handle 26"HG for all sizes

2.000 to 24.000
(50.0 to 600.0)

200 F (93.0 C)

To 195 psi (13 bar)
207
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•U-type expansion joints constructed of specialty rubber and fabric.
•Internally flanged for full vacuum and low pressure applications
•They are used as flexible connectors between a turbine and condenser, or other similar applications.

2.000 to 20.000
(50.0 to 500.0)
250 F (120 C)
To 15 psi
(1 bar)
208
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•U-type expansion joints constructed of specialty rubber and fabric.
•Externally flanged, primarily for vacuum service
• Available in very narrow face-to-face dimensions; staggered drilling facilitates installation
•Also recommended to reduce vibration and noise on lightweight piping, i.e. those carrying coal-laden air to pulverized coal burners

2.000 to 20.000
(50.0 to 500.0)
200 F (120 C)
To 25 psi (1.7 bar)
8420 Split
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• Split design eliminates equipment disassembly, reducing costly downtime
• Adhesive kits with comprehensive installation instructions are provided with every shipment to facilitate quick assembly
• Non-flanged piping, Small, irregular openings, Low-pressure and vacuum applications

2.000 to 24.000
(50.0 to 600.0)

400 F ( 204 C)

To 15 psi
(1 bar)
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• This multi-convoluted, lightweight expansion joint.
• Designed for low pressure applications that require significant amounts of movement, axially and/or laterally.
• Choice of construction materials suitable for wide range of temperatures.

2.000 to 48.000
(50.0 to 1200.0)
400 F ( 204 C)
To 15 psi
(1 bar)