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The Gimbal Bellow Joint is basically the same as the hinge type, except that instead of being limited to deflection in only one plane, it can accept bending or angulation in any plane. It contains two sets of hinge pins or pivots, the axis of each set perpendicular to the other. Each set of pins is connected to each other with a central gimbal ring, in much the same way that a universal joint on an automobile works.
This unit provides the same type of restraint and resistance to axial forces, such as the pressure thrust, and to shear forces as the hinge type.
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We are offering Single Bellow Expansion Joint.
Approx. Rs 10,000 / Piece Get Latest PriceWe are offering Hinged Bellow to our client.
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We are offering Round Universal Bellows.
Approx. Rs 35,000 / Piece Get Latest PriceWe are offering Elbow Pressure Balanced Bellows.
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We are offering Lined Pipe Fittings to our client. When axial deflections exist, and anchoring is impractical for structural or economic reasons, such as high in the air or short straight pipe runs between two large vessels, the in-line pressure balanced expansion joint is a powerful solution to a difficult design problem. The principle of this type of unit is essentially the same as the pressure balanced elbow type, in that the axial pressure thrust is reached by the pressure acting on a cross-sectional area equal to the area of the working or primary bellows. Since this unit is entirely axial, and there are no directional changes in the pipe, such as with the elbow in the previous discussion, the cross-sectional area needed to balance the pressure is placed around the outside of the unit. Since the pressure forces are generated by the pressure acting on the annular surface between the primary and outer or balancing bellows, the arrangement of the tie rods transfers and balances the pressure thrust created in the pipe on each end. Now the forces needed to compress or extend the unit are only the result of the spring resistance of the bellows, and main anchoring of the pipe or vessels is not required.
This expansion joint is obviously more expensive than the simpler types; however, they may result in a lower overall system cost when the elimination of main anchoring is considered. This expansion joint can also be used to replace pipe loops, and its cost advantage may be seen in reduced pumping energy by the elimination of the loop's elbow-generated pressure losses. This may also allow reducing the pipe size for the entire system.
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We are offering Pressurized Expansion Joint Bellows to our client. When large amounts of axial deflection are required in piping systems of relatively high pressure, bellows which are internally pressurized have limitations due to the phenomenon called squirm. The X-Flex type expansion joint, in which the bellows elements are arranged so that they are exposed to the media on their external surface, and are therefore pressurized, is an ideal unit. pressurizing bellows eliminates squirm as a limitation to the design and permits the safe acceptance of large amounts of axial thermal expansion. This type of expansion joint has many other inherent advantages over internally pressurized bellows. Please refer to the Safety Recommendation section as well as the X-Flex discussion.