Rubber Expansion Joints

Rubber Expansion Joint Absort Axial Movements

Absorb Axial movement (extension and compression)

Axial movement is the change in dimensional length of the bellows from its free length in a direction parallel to its longitudinal axis.

Rubber Expansion Joint Absort Lateral Movements

Absorb Lateral movements

Lateral movement is the relative displacment of one end of the bellows to the other end in a direction perpendicular to its longitudinal axis.

Rubber Expansion Joint Absort Angular and Torsional Movements

Absorb Angular and Torsional Movements

Angular movement is the rotational displacement of the longitudinal axis of the bellows toward a point of rotation. Torsion refers to twisting one end of the bellows with respect to the other end, about the bellows centerline.


Rubber Expansion Joint Reduce vibration

Reduce Vibration

Rubber expansion joints isolate or reduce vibration caused by equipment. The transmission of vibration is reduced and they protect equipment from these adverse effects.

Dampen Sound Transmission

Rubber expansion joints tend to dampen transmission of sound because of the steel rubber interface of joints and mating flanges.


Macoga Rubber Expansion Joints Advantages

Advantages

  • Reduced fatingue factor
  • Extraordinary resistance to abrasion and corrosion
  • Minimal face-to-face dimension while absorging large movements
  • Low Spring Rated due to inherent flexibility of rubber
  • No gaskets required for installation
  • Lightweight
  • Reduce Heat Loss

Applicationss

  • Power generating stations
  • Oil & Gas
  • Desalination
  • Cooling systems
  • Pumps
  • Chemical plants
  • Heating, ventilating and air conditioning
  • Shipbuilding
  • Off-shore applications
  • Water treatment planst
  • Sewage
  • Sanitary piping systems
  • Pulp and paper plants
  • Piping systems for chilled or hot water
  • Cooling systems power generation
  • Phosphate plants
  • Potable water
  • Food process