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Is an In-line pressure balanced pipe expansion joint more expensive than the similar type of expansion joints?

Yes, this expansion joint is obviously more expensive than the similar types, however they may result in a lower overall system cost when the elimination of main anchoring is considered.

Inline Pressure Balanced Expansion Joint
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