Unaflex Introduces 'Supreme' Tapered Expansion Joints

—Literature Available Unaflex Rubber Corporation, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., recently announced the availability of its "Supreme" tapered expansion joints in reducing type configurations. The joints are available for pressure or vacuum applications found in heating/ air-conditioning and ventilating systems, marine systems, sewage treatment plants, power generating plants and many industrial piping systems.

"Supreme" tapered expansion joints are used to connect pipelines of unequal diameters, whether parallel or offset (concentric or eccentric) and even with an initial misalignment of less than % inch. The "Supreme" expansion joint absorbs sound, vibration and movement in piping systems.

The joints are supplied with 125-pound drilled duck and rubber flanges as standard, but are available with special drilling and non-standard flanges. Other variations include: open- or filled-single or multiple arches; special wide arches; or no arch at all. A wide variety of elastomers for handling fuels, chemicals, water, oils, slurries, etc. is available, including Viton® and Teflon®.

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