This pressure balanced expansion joint was custom made for a nuclear facility in Texas. It is 66″ID x 169″ OAL. This expansion joint was fabricated with 304 stainless steel bellows and carbon tee, pipe and tie rods. 100% dye-penetrant and soap and air tested, its operating conditions were 15 PSIG at 300°F for 1 1/4″ axial compression.
Live Expansion Joint Webinar
U.S. Bellows 101 – The Basics of Expansion Joints
Date: Thursday, Jan 20, 2022
Register for 10:00 am CDT
Note: Time Zone is CDT * Central Daylight Savings Time / GMT -5h
Live Webinars are worth 1 PDH Credit for TX Professional Engineers
Listen to in-depth explanations on how to choose the type of expansion joint that will best suit your system. Learn about the bellows movements throughout the piping system due to thermal changes of mechanical motion. Increase your understanding of the different types of expansion joints and value-added services offered by U.S. Bellows.
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Expansion Joint Application and Design
Our Expansion Joint course was developed for the following disciplines…
- Piping system designers that may decide to use expansion joints
- Expansion joint designers use the information provided by piping system designers to determine the best design to meet the requirements.
- Designers that use modern software systems to evaluate different options
- Engineers / Managers: field, maintenance, process, operations, construction, surveyors
*This online course is approved for 8 hrs. P.E. CreditsRegister Now