Rubber Expansion Joints Provide Piping Flexibility

This component can compensate for misalignments up to 1/8 of an inch. 

Rubber expansion joints are used in piping installations to compensate for thermal growth, relieve piping stress during operation, and reduce vibration and noise caused by rotating equipment. While a rubber expansion joint can compensate for pipeline misalignment, this compliant product has installation and operations limitations. the best method for installing most piping products, including rubber expansion joints, is to follow standardized piping practices and use an installation tolerance of less than 1/8 of an inch.

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