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Applications Axial metal expansion joints SpiroflexThe axial movement of axial expansion joints is generally expressed as compression (Δ ax /2) and extension (+Δ ax /2) by one half of movement each. The longest service life is achieved by exploiting the axial shift in both directions. In order to utilize maximum capacity of bellows the expansion joint should be installed under cold pull.

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