Double Hinged Expansion Joint
Double hinged expansion joints consist of two bellows with pipe ends or flanges. This type of expansion joint come with a central pipe and double hinges to absorb pressure loads created by internal pressure – hence the pipeline does not require strong anchors. Double hinged expansion joints can only accept angular and lateral movements in one plane.
Types of double hinged expansion joints:
Double hinged expansion joint with flanges
Double hinged expansion joint with pipe ends
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