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How much expansion can a flanged and fluid expansion joint accommodate?

Flanged and flued expansion joints can take minimal amounts of axial motion due to the thickness of the flanged and flued heads.

72 Inch Double Gimbal and Single Hinged Flanged and Flued Head Expansion Joints
72" Double Gimbal and Single Hinged Flanged and Flued Head Expansion Joints
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