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What are the pressure ratings specified in expansion bellows?

The pressure rating is the maximum allowable pressure to be used for that particular expansion joint. Each pressure rating is specified on a case-by-case basis per expansion joint.

Expansion Joints Designed for a Pressure Rating of 150 PSIG at 176°F
Expansion Joints Designed for a Pressure Rating of 150 PSIG at 176°F
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