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Metal Exp. Joint Internal Liner

Metal expansion joint with internal liner welded ends, PN-10.
Internal liner bellows,ends: Stainless Steel AISI 304.
Maximum Temperature: 300°C.

Metal Exp. Joint Internal Liner

Metal expansion joint with internal liner flanged ends DIN PN-16.
Internal liner, bellows,ends: stainless steel AISI 304.
Maximum Working pressure: 16 kg/cm2.
Maximum Working Temperature: 300°C.

Metal Exp. Joint with Internal Liner

Materials:Carbon Plated Steel ANSI 150 lbs.
Internal liner bellows: Stainless Steel AISI 304
Maximum Working pressure: 19 kg/cm2.
Maximum Working Temperature: 300°C

Rubber Exp. Joint Single Wave

Body: EPDM. Zinc plated ANSI 150 lbs flanges.
Maximum Working pressure: 10 kg/cm2.
Temperature :10°C+ 150°C

Rubber Exp. Joint Double Wave

Marerials:Double wave body EPDM. Galvanished gas threaded ends.
Maimum Working pressure: 10 kg/cm2.
Temperature: -10°C+ 105°C.
Length: 200 mm.
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There are various types of expansion joints used in fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) applications. Tied universals, hinged, gimbaled and pressure-balanced expansion joints are some of the most common designs. All of these fall into one of three major categories: cold wall (lined), hot wall (lined), and unlined FCCU expansion joints. Both cold wall and hot wall FCCU expansion joints are refractory lined to withstand the abrasion from the catalyst. Unlined expansion joints typically do not transport catalyst in the media, although the temperatures may still be extremely high. Unlined joints are used for inlet air, outlet air and for transferring gases from the reactor.