Elastomer piping expansion joint features durable construction and reliable performanceOctober 3, 2017 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Northern Industrial Supply Co. (NISCO) can supply a wide variety of expansion joints from HOLZ Rubber Company. The lineup includes the Series 300 Elastomer Piping Expansion Joint, which has been designed to absorb motion and displacement between pipe flanges. With many features and advantages, it’s no wonder that these hand-crafted units have been used and proven in tough applications since 1962.
Series 300 joints feature a one-piece design with an exclusive H-R double-protected construction. These non-metallic units are built with a protective, leak-proof lining made of synthetic or natural rubber. They incorporate the finest materials in combination with painstaking fabrication techniques. This durable construction makes them ideal for absorbing motion and displacement between pipe flanges in high shock and vibration situations, and in temperatures up to 149 degrees C (300 degrees F), or 204 degrees C (400 degrees F) with a Viton cover.
By employing the Series 300, users can experience increased efficiency in their piping systems because they can manage a high range of temperatures and pressures, while preventing pipe buckling or fracture.
These units are available with inside diameters ranging from ½ to 108 inches. They are engineered and built to specific customer requirements to ensure they meet the needs of each unique application, whether they’re being used for wastewater, slurry, sludge or any other harsh environment.
Series 300 joints are part of HOLZ Rubber Company’s line of piping expansion joints, available in Canada through NISCO. The offering also includes the Series 320 Pressure Piping Expansion Joint for high flow velocity and high abrasion conditions, the Series 320EZ Lightweight Piping Expansion Joint for FRP piping, as well as a range of flue duct, high-temperature and metallic expansion joints.
To learn more, contact NISCO.