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What Factors Need To Be Considered When Pre-embedding Rubber Joints?

Feb. 19, 2019

Rubber Joints are used in a wide range of applications. In addition to being open-air, underground embedded rubber joints are also used. What factors should be considered when pre-embedding rubber joints?

First of all, why do you want to pre-embed rubber joints? In addition to being used on the ground, rubber joints are used in mid-air. When the pipeline has special needs, such as when it needs to pass through roads, bridges, etc., then it is connected on the ground or in midair. Unreasonable, it is necessary to pre-embed the rubber joints underground for use. The rubber joints are buried in the ground to protect the pipelines and save the pipelines. So what problems should the rubber joints pay attention to when pre-buried? This also needs to first analyze the factors that affect the rubber joints buried in the ground. After the rubber joint is buried underground, it may be subjected to relatively heavy pressing force. It is better to be on the road. When the car passes, the rubber joint is more important, which is easy to cause the rubber joint to be crushed. In addition, in the case of leakage of the rubber joint buried in the ground, it is troublesome in maintenance, and therefore, it is necessary to ensure the sealing performance of the pre-embedded rubber joint. Normally, when the Flexible Rubber Joint is buried underground, the rubber joint is protected by some special protection devices to prevent it from being crushed by the larger gravity. In addition, special sealing materials are needed for the sealing problem. It is sealed twice to prevent it from leaking and to avoid repairs.

When the rubber joint is buried in the ground, the problem that easily occurs is that it cannot be crushed by gravity, but in addition, when the rubber joint is buried underground, the rubber joint can be protected to some extent. It is also advantageous to improve the service life of the rubber joint.

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