Molded Corner Expansion Joints
Molded corner expansion joints are available in both Polymeric and Teflon expansion joints.
Used primarily when space restrictions hamper the use of a flat belt radius corner design.
Composite Expansion Joints
Composite expansion joints are used for high temperature applications up to 2000 °F.
Can also be used for applications that have accumulation or abrasion problems.
Polymeric Expansion Joint Material
Polymeric expansion joint material includes Viton, Chlorobutyl, and EPDM materials.
Material can be rated up to 400 °F, offers excellent chemical resistance and is reinforced with fiberglass plies.
Bi-Tef Flouroplastic Expansion Joint Material
Bi-Tef expansion joints offer excellent temperature and chemical resistance and are available with various constructions offering abrasion resistance and temperatures up to 1000 °F.
Metal Bellows Expansion Joints
Bi-State Rubber supplies metal bellow expansion joints in a variety of styles and materials, Corten and stainless steel are the most popular. Available in single or multiple convolutions. Bellows can be singular or multiple depending on the application. Auxiliary items readily available include pins and guides, limit rods, insulation pillows, baffles, etc.