What is Gear Rubber Expansion Joint?
Gear Rubber Expansion Joint; Vibration, noise and misalignment caused by various factors, which are the main problems in the installation, are of great importance. We offer our customers our expansion joints, which we have developed as the most common solution to such problems.
It absorbs vibration and noise at the maximum level and eliminates axis mismatches. Due to their structure, they can be used at burst pressures above 40 kg/cm2 and at normal internal pressures at 10 kg/cm2. Thanks to its ability to withstand 700 mm hg vacuum, it is definitely used in suction-discharge pump systems. They also produce top-notch results in terms of heat resistance.
Where is Threaded Rubber Expansion Joint Used?
Toothed rubber expansion joints are generally used to control the movements of air, water and other liquids. They are often used in water and air plumbing systems, hydraulic systems, and ships and watercraft, as they are designed to dampen and absorb movements between two axes moving parallel to each other.
It is also used in industrial processes to control liquid and gas movements. For example, these expansion joints can be used in gas and liquid line systems, petrochemical industry and food industry to control gas and liquid flow.
It is used in ships and watercraft to reduce and absorb movements. This is used to reduce the vibrations caused by the movements of ships and watercraft and to regulate fluid movements.
- Size: DN15 (3/4″) – DN80 (3″)
- Nominal Pressure: PN16
- Working Pressure Range: Max.10 Bar
- Operating Temperature Range: -10°C / +90°C
- They balance the elongation-shortening state resulting from the temperature change, thereby balancing the lateral and angular movement.
- They absorb water hammer and prevent water hammer.
- It has a flanged rotary type structure, so they are easy to assemble.
- No gaskets or packings required
Scope of Application
- Air compressors
- Ventilation systems
- Cooling towers
- Thermal power plants
- Dam systems
- Power plants
- Iron and steel fields
- Shipyard/ship areas
- Paper-pet vs. recycling areas