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How thick are internal liners for bellows?

Usually, the liner material can be the same as the system pipe material, such as carbon steel, with liner thicknesses of 1/8-inch and greater depending upon flow rate and diameter.

50 Universal Expansion Joints with Liners
50 Universal Expansion Joints with Liners


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