Expansion Joints

Expansion Joint offers 2-hour fire rating.
Expansion Joints

Expansion Joint offers 2-hour fire rating.

Available in widths for gaps ranging from 1-6 in., SecuritySeal is comprised of fire-retardant-impregnated foam, factory pre-coated on both outward facing sides with intumescent fire-proofing material. Joint features pick-resistant watertight seal, which has hardened tamper-resistant surface and is capable of 50% movement. Field-injected polyurethane sealant band seals bellows to substrate at...

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Expansion Joint Sealant is chemical-resistant and watertight.
Expansion Joints

Expansion Joint Sealant is chemical-resistant and watertight.

CHEMSEAL+5 is pre-compressed, primary seal for expansion and construction joints where contact with chemicals and chemical dilutions is expected. It is composed of nonstaining, microsphere-modified-acrylic-impregnated foam backing, which is precoated with chemical-resistant polysulfide sealant. Able to resist water pressure of up to 5 ft without product deflection or leakage, sealant is suited...

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Hybrid Material performs all expansion joint functions.
Expansion Joints

Hybrid Material performs all expansion joint functions.

Comprised of hybrid silicone and impregnated precompressed foam sealant system, UL/ULC-Certified EMSHIELD DFR2 is suited for use in new/retrofit construction and infrastructure applications for containment of fire at structural expansion joints. It can withstand vehicular and other traffic; handle thermal-, traffic-, wind-, and seismic-induced movements; and provide waterproofing protection of...

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Understanding Water Hammer
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Understanding Water Hammer

DFT Inc's engineers have been working with professionals in a range of industries for decades, helping to identify and resolve the underlying causes of water hammer. In this eBook you will learn about many of these common causes, how they impact your system and some of the basic changes you can make to eliminate them. In this eBook you will learn: What causes water hammer and why it is such a persistent problem. The role design plays in reducing the risk water hammer poses to your system. DFT's professional recommendations for coping with water hammer.

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Expansion Joints

Expansion Joints withstand severe duty applications.

Available for wet or dry service, RM-Holz(TM) Fabric Expansion Joints are engineered to help solve air and gas handling problems, such as high acid concentrations, ammonia slip, ash accumulation, and large pipe and duct movements in corrosive and high-temperature environments. Units come in flanged or belt configurations and can withstand operating temperatures from 300-2,000Â-

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Expansion Joints

A Variety of Joining Methods and Tools Permits Contractors to Make the Best Choice for Particular Pipe and Fitting Needs

Knoxville, TN: With three different joining methods available from Consolidated Plumbing Industries, Inc.; the Stainless Steel Sleeve, Stainless Steel Clamp, and copper Crimp Ring, contractors are empowered with the ability to choose which connection (each of which meet industry specifications and standards) is best for a particular job -- whether the desired joint is for an aesthetically...

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Expansion Joint features lightweight elastomer composition.
Expansion Joints

Expansion Joint features lightweight elastomer composition.

Offered in EPDM and Nitrile tube materials, Model 320EZ(TM) compensates for movements in piping systems due to thermal and mechanical vibration and growth, protecting pipes and flanges from pre-mature cracking and breakage. Ranging in size from 1Â-½-20 in. ID, expansion joint can replace filled arch, flowing arch, standard, and wide arch designs. Lower spring rates and reaction forces allow...

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Expansion Joints feature limit cables instead of limit bolts.
Expansion Joints

Expansion Joints feature limit cables instead of limit bolts.

Offered in diameters from 1-12 in. with 2, 3, and 5 convolutes, Cable Style Expansion Joints compensate for axial, lateral, and angular movements between 2 anchored points in pipeline. Limit cables facilitate installation between fixed flanges and joint, and can be compressed and bolted in place without interference from integral limit bolts. Joints feature Type 316 stainless steel reinforcing...

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