Stainless Steel Expansion Joint

Stainless Steel Expansion Joint

1. Standard: CB1153-93

2. Connections End: Flange

3. Nominal Diameter: DN50 – DN500

4. Nominal Pressure: 0.4 ~ 1.6 Mpa

5. Working Temperature: ≤250℃


Marine Bellow Expansion Joint is a crucial component used in marine engineering and shipbuilding to accommodate movement, absorb vibrations, and compensate for thermal expansion and contraction in piping systems. These joints are specifically designed to handle the dynamic and challenging conditions encountered in marine environments.

Key Features and Components:

Bellow Material:

The expansion joint typically features a bellows component, which is a flexible, corrugated element responsible for absorbing movements and vibrations. Common materials for bellows include stainless steel or other corrosion-resistant alloys, ensuring durability in the harsh marine environment.

End Connections:

Marine expansion joints have end connections that allow them to be easily integrated into piping systems. These connections are designed to withstand the forces exerted during movement and provide a secure attachment to adjacent pipe sections.


Depending on the application and the forces involved, marine expansion joints may include additional reinforcement, such as external rings or wire braiding, to enhance their structural integrity and increase their resistance to pressure and external loads.


Absorption of Movements:

Marine expansion joints accommodate movements caused by factors such as ship motion, temperature variations, and vibrations. This flexibility prevents damage to the piping system and associated components.

Vibration Isolation:

The bellows in the expansion joint dampens vibrations, reducing the transmission of these vibrations to other parts of the piping system. This is particularly important in marine applications where excessive vibration can lead to equipment failure and structural damage.

Compensation for Thermal Expansion and Contraction:

As the temperature of the piping system changes, marine expansion joints expand and contract to compensate for thermal variations. This prevents stress on the piping system and helps maintain its structural integrity.

Maintenance of Sealing Integrity:

Expansion joints play a role in maintaining the sealing integrity of the overall piping system. Properly designed and installed expansion joints prevent leaks and ensure the efficient operation of marine systems.

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Stainless Steel Expansion Joint


Stainless Steel Expansion Joint

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