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Tied Universal Expansion Joint with Control Rods for an Oil Recovery Project

August 20, 2012

Tied Universal EJ with Control Rods for an Oil Recovery Project
This tied universal expansion joint with control rods was designed for an oil recovery plant in Canada. It is 48″ in diameter and 68″ in overall length. This expansion joint was designed for 1″ compression, 4″ lateral and 15 psig at 150°F. The pipe was fabricated from A-36 carbon steel material and the bellows were fabricated from 316L stainless steel. A dye penetrant exam, air and soap test, along with a vacuum test was conducted prior to shipping.

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118″ Universal Expansion Joint for Steam Service

118" Universal Expansion Joint for Steam Service

This 118″ diameter tied universal expansion joint was designed for steam service in a power plant in Alaska. The expansion joint duct, tie rods and cover are fabricated from carbon steel with 304 stainless steel bellows and liner. The overall length is 225″. It was designed for 250°F at 7.25 PSIG and 3.52Pquot; of lateral movement. Dye-penetrant testing, spot x-ray and an air and soap test were performed on the universal expansion joint assembly prior to shipping.

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31″ I.D. Custom Turbine Expansion Joint

August 6, 2012

31" I.D. Custom Turbine Expansion Joint

Type:  Single Expansion Joint
Size:  31″
Material:  321 stainless steel with Inconel 625
Design:  36″ long and is designed for 70 PSIG at 450 deg. F and axial travel of 4″
Testing:  100% Dye-penetrant | Hydro-tested

Custom fabricated 31″ I.D. turbine expansion joint was designed and fabricated to be placed in service for a company in Texas. The expansion joint unit was reverse engineered, from the previous unit, with improvements to the current design. It is fabricated from 321 stainless steel with Inconel 625 bellows. The turbine expansion joint is 36″ long and is designed for 70 PSIG at 450 deg. F and axial travel of 4″. The expansion joint was 100% dye-penetrant examined and hydro-tested prior to being shipped to the customer.

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