Single Expansion Joints 30″ Dia. Single Tied Expansion Joint Designed for an Oil Refinery 6″ Dia. Single Expansion Joint Designed for a Pipeline in Texas PTFE Coated Single Expansion Joints For A Power Plant in Mississippi Double Arched PTFE-lined Rubber Expansion Joints for a Polysilicon Plant 10′ Long Expansion Joints Designed for a Nuclear Energy Facility 84″ & 14″ Dia. Single Expansion Joints Custom Designed for a Pipeline in a Utility Plant U.S. Bellows, Inc. Designed and Fabricated a Single Expansion Joint Assembly for an Oil Refinery in South Africa Single Expansion Joints Custom Designed for a Power Generation Application Custom Single Expansion Joints for Oil Pipeline Application U.S. Bellows Responds to Emergency Order for a 48″ Diameter Tied Single Expansion Joint Single Expansion Joints Custom Designed for a Hydrocarbon Vapor Pump 16″ Dia. Stainless Steel Single Expansion Joints Designed for a Pipeline Single Expansion Joints Manufactured for a Lab at Michigan State University Single Expansion Joint Single Expansion Joints Tied Single Expansion Joint Tied Single Expansion Joints Single Tied Expansion Joint Single Expansion Joint Single Tied Expansion Joint Metallic Expansion Joint Metallic Expansion Joint with Carbon Steel Flanges Single Flanged Metallic Expansion Joint Metallic Expansion Joint Single Metallic Expansion Joints with Limit Rods HPIM0331.JPG OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Single Expansion Joint single hinged expansion joint Single Expansion Joint Single Expansion Joint Single Expansion Joint The photographs above show a double hinged expansion joint (figure 1) and a double gimbal expansion joint (figure 2) for a gas application at a project in Mexico. These uniquely designed expansion joints, bellows, flanges and pipes are fabricated from Inco. 800 H and designed at 60 psig and 1050oF. These expansion joints were 100 percent x-rayed and hydro-tested. U.S. Bellows, Inc. designed and fabricated this expansion joint exhaust assembly for an oil refinery in Texas. This expansion joint is offset for an offshore platform and weighs approximately 8,000 lbs. It has a design pressure and temperature of 1 PSIG and 1000 degrees, respectively. The air test was conducted to detect any leaks.