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Spears Pipe Expansion Joint: Slip Socket Expansion Type, 1 1/2 Pipe Size (Port 1), 8 5/8 in Overall Lg, PVC Elastomer

Item # 139X630

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Product Specs

Expansion Type: Slip Socket
Pipe Size (Port 1): 1 1/2
Overall Length: 8 5⁄8 in
Maximum Operating Pressure: 150 psi
Maximum Operating Temperature: 140 ° F
Material: PVC Elastomer
Application: Cooling Towers; Chillers; Pumps
Color: Gray
Compression: 7⁄8 in
Expansion: 1⁄4 in
Features: EPDM Expansion Joints Have PVC, CPVC End Connections; Suitable for Vacuum Service; Chemically Resistant Neoprene Elastomer with Optional EPDM Tube Available; Internal Nylon Cord Reinforced Elastomer Bellows Tube; Convenient, Double Union End Connections with Strong, Buttress Thread Union Nuts; Allow Lateral and Angular Movement in Piping Systems and Absorb Movement and Stress
For Substance Type: Waste; Chemical; Water
Pipe Size (Port 2): 1 1/2
Port 1 Gender: Female
Port 2 Gender: Female
REACH Compliant: Yes
RoHS Compliant: Yes
Vacuum: 26 in of Hg
Manufacturer Part Number: EJ22-015

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • USA
  • This product has been certified by a third party to be compliant with the “Safe Drinking Water Act” requirements for low lead in potable (human consumption - drinking and cooking) and non-potable water applications (non-human consumption).

About Pipe Expansion Joints

Insert pipe expansion joints between sections of pipe in your system to reduce stress on pipes and lengthen the life of your system. They have a flexible center section that keeps the pipe connected when there is movement or misalignment between pipes, and they also absorb noise and vibration in the line from pumps and other machinery.

Choose from single-sphere expansion and double-sphere expansion joints. Single-sphere are the most common type of expansion joint and are typically used to absorb axial movements such as compression and expansion. Double-sphere expansion joints can compensate for axial, lateral, and angular movements in a pipe system, such as those caused by earthquakes, foundation settling, or temperature changes.