High-quality expansion joints offer reliability and versatilitySeptember 20, 2017 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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HOLZ Rubber Company has earned a reputation as a leading manufacturer of expansion joints. The company combines its technical know-how, extensive industry experience, manufacturing capabilities and world-class customer service to bring innovative solutions to its growing list of customers. These solutions — high-quality expansion joints — are available in Canada through Northern Industrial Supply Co. (NISCO).
HOLZ has developed expansion joints specifically designed for piping systems. They offer durability and flexibility, as well as vibration, noise and corrosion resistance. These joints can be built to accommodate offsets from piping misalignment, and engineered for specific service requirements.
Flue duct expansion joints are also available. Designed for standard, maximum and ultra-high movement scenarios in industrial ductwork systems, these units have a longer life than other products on the market. This is thanks to the joint’s innovative design, which includes fully moulded corners that eliminate corner failures.
The company also manufactures high-temperature expansion joints from the best composite materials available today. These units are properly engineered to reduce the risk of catastrophic failures from the release of high-temperature gases, air and materials. They can operate in temperatures even higher than 1093 degrees C (2000 degrees F).
Finally, the company can also offer metallic expansion joints, designed to solve the most demanding challenges in unique environmental and installation conditions. Metallic expansion joints can be used in temperatures ranging from -251 to 982 degrees C (-420 to 1800 degrees F), handling pressures up to 1,000 psi.
The best solution
HOLZ has an in-house engineering team expertly trained to help customers identify the solutions that work best for their applications. To learn more, contact NISCO.