Gas turbine fabric expansion joint replacement

Gas turbine fabric expansion joint replacement from EagleBurgmann Australasia Pty Ltd

By: EagleBurgmann Australasia Pty Ltd  10-Apr-2013
Keywords: Fabric Expansion Joints, Gas Turbine Exhaust, Gas Turbine Expansion Joint,

Recognizing the need for expansion joint replacements to meet the high temperatures, high gas velocity and varying pressure conditions existing in the gas turbine exhaust environment, EagleBurgmann Expansion Joint Solutions collaborates with leading turbine manufacturers to address the challenges unique to their engines. Proven Technology- In 1995, our research and development team in Vejen began to focus on developing a fabric expansion jointreplacement solution for turbine end users. As a result of extensive analysis, engineering and testing which included vibrations, temperature and high cycle fatigue testing, turbine owners worldwide can experience reliable and longer lasting expansion joints. Turnkey Replacement- Within the gas turbine systems, the connecting duct is exposed to a combination of thermal stress, turbulence and considerable vibration; an environment uniquely ideal for fabric expansion joints. Designed to compensate for these extreme conditions, the expansion joint consists of a flexible fabric material connected to a steel frame. In addition to full frame drop-in units, a turnkey fabric belt replacement for exiting steel frames provides our customers with significant cost savings. Turnkey fabric replacements have proven to offer turbine owners of Mitsubishi, GE, Alstom, Siemens etc. with a long term reliability and quick turnaround solution.

Keywords: Fabric Expansion Joints, Gas Turbine Exhaust, Gas Turbine Expansion Joint, Gas Turbine Fabric Joint, Gas Turbine Flexible Connection,

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