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What is the highest pressure that an expansion joint can take?
|The pressure rating an expansion joint can take depends upon pipe size and temperature. Standard units from 3 inches to 24 inches are suitable for 300 PSIG. (pounds per square inch) Higher pressures can be accommodated on a case by case basis.
Expansion Joint Burst Testing to Determine Ultimate Pressure Resistance
If a simple bellows is designed without limit rods (for operating cases), under a hydro test, do you recommend adding limit rods?
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How do you calculate pressure thrust load?
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How do you attach a high pressure joint in a piping system?
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What are the pressure ratings specified in expansion bellows?
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Where does the pressure thrust act in a single bellows turbine exhaust application?
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