Pressure Balanced Expansion Joints
Pressure balanced rubber expansion joints are the only effective solution for directly absorbing large axial movements while continuously self-restraining the pressure thrust forces. They are designed to absorb all-directional movement, compensate for misalignments, and relieve pipe and anchor stresses. In-line pressure balanced expansion joints are designed to absorb axial and lateral movements from a pipe system, where anchoring is difficult or impractical, while elbow pressure balanced expansion joints are used where pressure thrust forces on equipment or piping is unacceptable and the direction of the pipe system changes.
|Inline pressure balanced expansion joint with one arch||80 to 4,000 mm||custom||up to 40 bar||up to 200°C||axial and lateral|
|Elbow pressure balanced expansion joint with one arch||80 to 4,000 mm||custom||up to 100 bar||up to 200°C||lateral and angular|