Hypalon Rubber Expansion Joints for Phosphates Plant in Africa
MACOGA's Rubber Expansion Joints are engineered to meet the most demanding requirements of various industries, including chemical plants, refineries, power generation, water treatment facilities, and more.
This time we have designed and manufacturer a series of MAC-F Rubber Expansion Joints in Hypalon material for a Phosphate plant in Africa.
When considering the use of Hypalon rubber expansion joints, there are a few key points to be taken into account:
- Chemical Resistance: Hypalon rubber is known for its excellent resistance to a wide range of chemicals, including acids, alkalis, and many industrial solvents.
- Excellent resistance to oxidation: Outstanding resistance to atmospheric conditions and in particular strong sunlight and ozone. CSM compounds resist fire and are self-extinguishing.
- Temperature Resistance: Hypalon rubber has good resistance to high and low temperatures. It can withstand temperatures ranging from -20°C to +90, making it suitable for applications where thermal fluctuations occur.
- Abrasion Resistance: Phosphate plants may involve abrasive materials and processes. Hypalon rubber is known for its resistance to abrasion, which can help prolong the service life of expansion joints in such environments.
- UV Resistance: Hypalon rubber is typically resistant to UV degradation, ensuring that the expansion joints maintain their performance and integrity over time.