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Analyzing the working pressure of rubber joints

May 25,2023

Introduction: Analyze the working pressure of rubber joints. The working pressure of rubber joints refers to the high pressure that rubber joints bear during operation, including the pressure generated by fluids such as air, compressed air, water, seawater, hot water, oil, acid, alkali, etc. passing through the pipeline.

The working pressure of rubber joints refers to the high pressure that rubber joints bear during operation, which includes the pressure generated by fluids such as air, compressed air, water, seawater, hot water, oil, acid, alkali, etc. passing through the pipeline.

The working pressure of the rubber joint, in MPa (Kgf/cm2).

The normal working pressures of rubber joints are 1.0MPa and 1.6MPa, which are commonly used. Of course, the working pressures of rubber joints include but are not limited to these two types, as they also include 0.25MPa, 0.6MPa, 1.0MPa, 1.6MPa, 2.5MPa, 4.0MPa, and 6.4MPa.

The latter two are under high pressure and have great difficulty in production and processing. Generally, manufacturers cannot produce them.

As a professional manufacturer of rubber joints, our company has strong technical strength and rich experience. With decades of rubber joint manufacturing history, we can produce various high-pressure rubber joints and other pipe fittings.

The bursting pressure of rubber joints refers to the phenomenon that rubber joints may explode, tear, or be damaged under this pressure.

Therefore, it is required that the pipeline pressure should not exceed the bursting pressure.

How to choose the working pressure for rubber joints?

The selection should be based on the pressure of the pump and pipeline, and must correspond to the working pressure of the pipeline and equipment. Small pressure rubber joints cannot be installed in high pressure pipelines, as this may cause damage to the rubber joints and pipeline equipment.

How to know the working pressure of rubber joints?

Firstly, there will be clear markings on the packaging, as well as pressure markings on the main body of the rubber joint. Furthermore, the thickness of the flange can be measured. If the flange is thin, the working pressure of the rubber joint will be lower, and vice versa, the pressure will be higher.

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