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How long is an expansion joint cycle?

The expansion joint cycle is a design condition - stated by the customer or a number we provide according to the design of the expansion joint which refers to the expansion joint moving from the neutral position to compression and back to neutral.

Cycle Life/Movement Conversion Graph
Cycle Life/Movement Conversion Graph
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