Rubber pipe expansion joint ERV-G seriesroundflangefor petroleum products

rubber pipe expansion joint
rubber pipe expansion joint
rubber pipe expansion joint
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Characteristics

Material
rubber
Configuration
round
Installation system
flange
Applications
for petroleum products, petroleum, for gasoline
Length

Max.: 300 mm (11.81 in)

Min.: 130 mm (5.12 in)

Nominal diameter

Max.: 1,000 mm (39.37 in)

Min.: 25 mm (0.984 in)

Operating temperature

Max.: 90 °C (194 °F)

Min.: -20 °C (-4 °F)

Description

'ERV' rubber expansion joints for petroleum based products are used for the installation into pipe systems of tank trucks, refineries and petrol stations. We deliver sizes: DN 25-1000. With swiveling flanges (various types and materials). All 'ERV' types can be fitted with an additional PTFE lining (ERV .. TA) with universal media resistance. After receiving your order, flanges are assembled, followed by the production of the lining. ERV-G YELLOW BAND expansion joint for petroleum based products up to 50% aromatics, also town gas and natural gas, cooling water e mulsions with corrosion preventing oil. Temperature range -20°C up to 90°C, temporarily up to 100°C. Lining NBR. ERV-G LT YELLOW BAND LT expansion joint designed for low temperature applications for petroleum based products. Temperature range -40°C up to 90° C, temporarily up to 100°C. Lining NBR. ERV-GS YELLOW STEEL expansion joint. Similar to type ERV-G, but fire resistant acc. to ISO 15540 (type approved). Temperature range -20°C up to 90°C, temporarily up to 100°C. Lining NBR. ERV-GS HNBR YELLOW STEEL HBNR expansion joint for petroleum based products up to 50% aromatics and hydraulic oil. Very good ageing, weathering + ozone resistance. Temperature range -35°C up to 100°C, temporarily up to 120°C. Lining HNBR.
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