Hesper Steel Dismantling Joint for Pipe Connection
Dismantling joint is a kind of expansion joint, is an important pipe connection component with simple structure, wide application and obvious advantages. It is widely used in various industries and plays an important role in ensuring the safety and stability of pipelines.
Hesper dismantling joint mainly consists of three parts: the joint body, expansion sleeve and fasteners. The joint body is the core component of the dismantling joint, it has an interface for connecting to the pipe and an interface for connecting to the expansion sleeve. The expansion sleeve is the main expansion component of the dismantling joint, it is usually made of metal materials and has a certain amount of expansion and pressure resistance. Fasteners are important components used to fix and adjust the position of the telescopic sleeve. Standard fasteners such as bolts and nuts are generally used.
Shandong Hesper’s main types of dismantling joints: AY type gland type dismantling joint, AF type flange type loose sleeve dismantling joint, BF type single flange limit dismantling joint, BF type single flange limit dismantling joint, B2F type double Flange limit dismantling joint, BY type gland loose sleeve limit dismantling joint, CF single flange power transmission joint, C2F double flange power transmission joint, etc.
B2F type double Flange limit dismantling joint
C2F double flange power transmission joint
The main function of dismantling joint is to compensate for displacement, absorb vibration, reduce noise, and improve pipeline performance in pipeline connections, it has wide applications in many fields.
1. Water conservancy projects: Pipeline connections are essential, and dismantling joints can be used to compensate for the displacement and vibration of the pipelines, and improve the sealing and stability of the pipelines.
2. Chemical industry: Chemical pipelines need to withstand harsh environments such as high temperature, high pressure, corrosion, etc., and dismantling joints can effectively protect the safety and stability of the pipelines.
3. Power industry: Pipe joints in power systems often require displacement and vibration, and dismantling joints can absorb these displacements and vibrations and improve the sealing and stability of the pipeline.
4. Metallurgical industry: The metallurgical industry often needs to transport high-temperature, high-pressure, and highly corrosive media, and dismantling joints can effectively protect the safety and stability of pipelines.
5. Construction industry: A large number of water supply and drainage pipes are needed in the construction industry, and dismantling joints can be used to absorb the displacement and vibration of the pipes, improving the service life and sealing of the pipes.