Come to the experts for all your metal expansion joint needs, as Sudbury International Engineered Products Ltd. has more than four decades of experience serving a number of industries. From petro-chemical to pulp and paper, our products are used for a range of applications spanning many different markets. Besides metal expansion joints, we can provide models constructed with fabric or rubber materials. In addition, special expansion joint types are available such as dog-bone, belt, ducting, and piping. Contact us to with any inquiries about your special requirements or our manufacturing capabilities. We can help you find the best options to meet your needs.
Metal expansion joints
Expansion joints, sometimes referred to as compensators, allow for movement caused by thermal expansion and vibrations in pipelines, machines, and containers. They include one or more metal bellows with connectors at each end, and tie rods depending on the particular application. Expansion joints can be designed to handle different types of movement including axial, lateral, and angular.
Often, expansion joints are produced with bellows that feature a multi-ply design. The multiple layers of metal that form the bellow walls result in increased stability and flexibility. Just some of the additional benefits of multi-ply bellows include resistance to extreme pressures, absorption of large movements, compact size, structure-borne noise insulation, efficient use of corrosion resistant construction materials, and the ability to monitor leaks in critical media.
Metal expansion joint expertise
Sudbury International Engineered Products Ltd. has been providing economical and long-term solutions since the founding of our company in 1975. We have a wide offering of products, such as auto re-circulation valves, bellows, slide plates, bearings, hinged pressure closures, and duct supports, to name a few.
Metal expansion joint industries
We have the versatile capabilities to meet special requirements. Some of the diverse markets we often serve include smelting, electrical utility, processing, petro-chemical, and pulp and paper.