VSGH

VSGH – Vertical Sliding Pipe Guides with Base Plate All-directional acoustical pipe anchors consist of two sizes of steel tubing separated by a minimum 1/2” (13mm) thickness of 60 Duro or softer neoprene. Vertical restraint shall be provided by similar material arranged to prevent up or down vertical travel. Allowable loads on the isolation material…

VSG

VSG – Vertical Sliding Pipe Guides with three Settings All-directional acoustical pipe anchors consist of two sizes of steel tubing separated by a minimum 1/2” (13mm) thickness of 60 Duro or softer neoprene. Vertical restraint shall be provided by similar material arranged to prevent up or down vertical travel. Allowable loads on the isolation material…

ADAH

ADAH – 0.1” DEF. All-Directional Pipe Anchor with Base Plate for Bolting All-directional acoustical pipe anchors consist of two sizes of steel tubing separated by a minimum 1/2” (13mm) thickness of 60 Duro or softer neoprene. Vertical restraint shall be provided by similar material arranged to prevent up or down vertical travel. Allowable loads on…

ADA

ADA – 0.1” DEF. All-Directional Pipe Anchor All-directional acoustical pipe anchors consist of two sizes of steel tubing separated by a minimum 1/2” (13mm) thickness of 60 Duro or softer neoprene. Vertical restraint shall be provided by similar material arranged to prevent up or down vertical travel. Allowable loads on the isolation material shall not…

Accessories

Accessories Expansion Joints installed in piping systems that are anchored on both sides of connectors need no control rods, providing piping movements are within the tabulated allowables. Expansion joints installed in unanchored piping or connected to isolated equipment must have control rods; those control rods must be properly set so that allowable movements are not…

Concentric & Eccentric Reducers

Concentric Reducers Expansion joints installed in piping systems must be anchored on both sides of the joints to avoid the use of control rods. If control rods are installed as a safety measure, the locking nuts must be backed off with a clearance equal to the specified axial movement. The expansion joint will exert thrust…

Teflon Expansion Joints

Teflon Expansion Joints Mercer Invincible Series 700 Teflon® lined expansion joints combine the advantages of Teflon®: Anti-stick properties, Superior Strength, Excellent chemical resistance, Non-aging with the advantages of Mercer’s elastomeric expansion joints,Isolate mechanical vibration,Allow four way movements, Long life expectancy, Absorb pressure surges, Eliminate electrolysis, Small space requirements, Allow four way movements (Axial, lateral, torsional, angular), eliminating problems of pipes…

Duct Type Expansion Joints

Duct Type Expansion Joints Flexible Connectors are used in DUCT SYSTEMS to reduce Vibration Transmission and Shock, and Accommodate Thermal Movements at minimum stress to the ductwork. In Seismic zones they accommodate differential motion across building expansion joints as well. BULLETINS & DOCUMENTATIONHAVE A SPECIFIC QUESTION?RELATED PRODUCTS

Mercer Expansion Joints

Mercer Expansion Joints The Mercer Rubber Company was started in 1865 as a small factory on Mercer Street in Hamilton Square, New Jersey. The company specialized in molded rubber mechanical products, rubber sheeting and conveyor belting, and began building rubber expansion joints in the early 1930’s. Mercer was completely owned by one family from its…

VIBRAFLEX

VIBRAFLEX The Vibraflex 150 reinforced rubber pipe is hand built by our skilled craftsmen. To minimize pipe elongation, the carcass is constructed of multiple plies of high tensile polyester tire cord or Kevlar for high temperatures. Helical spring steel wire is imbedded in the carcass to prevent kinking or crushing as well as for radial…