Expansion Joints

Expansion Joints: Addressing Movement, Vibration, and Corrosion in Piping Systems

Expansion joints, also known as expansion compensators, are employed to accommodate movement, vibration, oscillation, corrosion, and other issues caused by temperature changes and various fluids in ducts and pipes. These joints are designed to handle thermal expansion and contraction, withstand high temperatures and pressures, and resist corrosive fluids.

Types of Expansion Joints

  • Metal Expansion Joints: Suitable for high temperatures, high pressures, and corrosive fluids.
  • Rubber Expansion Joints: Suitable for greater flexibility, vibration absorption, and noise reduction.
  • Fabric Expansion Joints: Suitable for high temperatures, high pressures, and corrosive fluids while maintaining good flexibility.

Design and Manufacturing

The design of expansion joints and the selection of materials used in their construction are based on technical specifications such as the type of fluid being conveyed, the internal temperature and pressure of the ducts, the corrosiveness of the fluid, and other factors. This process is carried out by Klevers Aryana’s technical and engineering department based on customer requirements.

Klevers Aryana

  • Initiated its operations in 2001 with a focus on fabric expansion joints.
  • Initially collaborated with Seiris France for knowledge and technology transfer related to the manufacturing of these joints.
  • Currently, a leading manufacturer of rubber, metal, and fabric expansion joints in Iran.

Benefits of Using Klevers Aryana’s Expansion Joints

  • Extended lifespan of piping systems
  • Reduced maintenance and repair costs
  • Enhanced system safety and efficiency
  • Variety of materials and models
  • High quality
  • Competitive pricing

Contact Klevers Aryana’s experts today for more information and free consultation.

Technical Specifications