Acid condensate on metal bellows expansion joint

Acid condensate on metal bellows expansion joint

High temperature flue gas ducting often has metal bellows expansion joints that are internally insulation.

Make sure the bellows remains above 400F to prevent acids from condensating and causing corrosion failures

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Greg Perkins
Greg Perkins
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Greg Perkins has 25 years experience in the expansion joint industry. In his previous employment with Senior Flexonics Pathway, Greg Perkins held the position of CEO and General Manager for 11 years. Prior positions include project engineer, director of engineering, and business unit manager.

In addition Greg, a degreed engineer, served on both the EJMA (expansion joint manufacturers association) technical and management committee tasked with developing/updating bellows and expansion joint performance criteria. Proficient in ASME design codes. Patents include high temperature piping restraint structures for expansion joint applications.

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