Angular Rubber Expansion Joints
Angular rubber expansion joints are designed to facilitate and isolate angular rotation in one plane. The arrangement consists of a pair of hinge plates connected with pins and attached to the internal hardware of the expansion joint. The hinge assembly must be designed for the internal pressure thrust forces of the system. They are commonly used when the support structure or adjacent equipment have load limitations. Angular expansion joints come as single, or multiple arch expansion joints with full faced rubber flanges or swivel flanges.
|Angular expansion joint with one arch||100 to 4,000 mm||150 to 400 mm||up to 25 bar||up to 200°C||angular|
|Angular expansion joint with one arch||20 to 1,200 mm||130 to 350 mm||up to 25 bar||up to 200°C||angular|