Expansion Joints, metal hoses
Expansion Joints are used in tubing and piping systems because of one basic scientific principle: Boyle’s Law. When tubings are subjected to high temperature fluids, pressure also builds up. Expansion joints are needed to bear the extra force that accumulates. A lot of engineering is involved in the design of expansion joints, and we are experts that know all about expansion joints.
Pipes need room to allow for compression and expansion. Joints, also known as compensators, are there to rectify the temperature and dissipate heat and pressure. Bellows are a good example pipe expansion joints.
Liners, covers, particulate barriers/purge connectors: these are all the parts needed to create the right expansion joint. We make sure that your expansion joints perform to specification.
Expansion Joint types
1. Axial expansion joints
2. X-pressed expansion joints
3. Pipe expansion joints
4. Rubber expansion joints
5. Double-sphered expansion joint
6. Dilation Expansion joints (Lateral)
7. Dilation-Earthquake expansion joints ( angular)
Application of expansion joints
2. Chemical and Petrochemical Industry.
3. Diesel Exhaust.
4. Food Processing.
5. Heating, Air Conditioning and Ventilation.
6. Pulp & Paper Processing.
7. Power Generation.