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Elaflex ERV-GS Rubber Expansion Joints

Elaflex ERV-GS rubber expansion joints

  • 02/09/2020

Our rubber expansion joints absorb thermal expansion, reduce vibration and noise. Our type ERV-GS is flame resistance so it is suitable for the installation in ship engine rooms, approved to the “Marine Equipment Directive”. Download the brochure.

What Is The Difference Between A Bellows And An Expansion Joint?

What is the difference between a bellows and an expansion joint?

  • 15/07/2020

The terms can be confusing since there is no universally accepted meaning. We usually use the following definitions, but the terms "bellows" and "expansion joint" are generally considered interchangeable: Expansion joint: An expansion joint is a complete unit with metal,…

What Information Do We Need To Design Or Select A Metal Expansion Joint?

What information do we need to design or select a metal expansion joint?

  • 28/05/2020

To design or select a metallic expansion joint, we need to know: nominal diameter, type of ends/connections, service, temperature, pressure and required movements. Besides, the requirements for external elements/accessories can also be specified: tie rods, hinges, gimbals, internal lining, external…

What do I need to know to identify an existing expansion joint?

  • 14/05/2020

To identify an existing expansion joint, we need to know the following: nominal diameter, total length and type of connections, in addition to the application and conditions, temperature, pressure, fluid and movements required if known. To help identify the expansion…

Codinor metal bellows manufacturing systems

  • 06/04/2020

Bellows manufactured by the "roller lamination" system In this process forming of the metal bellows by the mechanical disk system (rollers), the rolling tools are milling the waves in the cylinder. Bellows manufactured by the expanded system. The bellows manufactured…

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