Expansion Joints

An expansion joint is a link designed to hold parts together while safely absorbing temperature caused enlargement and shrinking of building materials and vibration, or to allow movement due to ground settlement or seismic activity. Expansion joints are available in many different shapes and materials. We offer Single Arch, Double Arch, Rubber, Fabric, High Pressure, Bellow Covers, High Temperature, Rubber Bellows Expansion Joints. Expansion joints are an essential part of concrete structures. They are constructed into deck systems to guide the pressure of volume changes in concrete. Expansion joints soak vibration and permit movement caused by earthquakes and ground settlement. Before the concrete is poured expansion joints are put in place. 8 to 12 feet is the most expansion joint can be put apart. Expansion joints are a significant component of any strong concrete, steel structure and bridge decks in particular, as they soak up these movements, while also helping shrinkage, creep effects and temperature changes experienced by the structure. An expansion joint is the most pressured element in many engineering structures.

Single-Arch-Expansion-Joints

Single Arch Expansion Joints

Double-Arch-Expansion-Joints

Double Arch Expansion Joints

Rubber-Expansion-Joints

Rubber Expansion Joints

Fabric-Expansion-Joints

Fabric Expansion Joints

High-Pressure-Expansion-Joints

High Pressure Expansion Joints

Bellow-Covers

Bellow Covers

High-Temperature-Expansion-Joints

High Temperature Expansion Joints

Rubber-Bellows-Expansion-Joints

Rubber Bellows Expansion Joints