Thermal

Expansion Joint Covers

Expansion Joint Covers are applied over expansion gaps within a structure at determined locations, designed to absorb structural movements. These structural movement can be defined as thermal and seismic.Thermal movement caused by temperature changes within the structure. Thermal expansion gaps are mostly smaller, falling in the range of 25mm (1”) to 75mm (3”) for horizontal as well as vertical movements occurring due to temperature changes occurred within the structure. Thermal movement is horizontal. Thermal expansion joint covers are suitable for heavy or light pedestrian traffic and hand trolley loads. Thermal expansion joint covers are suitable for minor seismic movements. Thermal expansion joint resists heavy duty loads and can re.... Show More

Thermal

Thermal movement caused by temperature changes within the structure. Thermal expansion gaps are mostly smaller, falling in the range of 25mm (1”) to 75mm (3”) for horizontal as well as vertical movements occurring due to temperature changes occurred within the structure. Thermal movement is horizontal. Thermal expansion joint covers are suitable for heavy or light pedestrian traffic and hand trolley loads. Thermal expansion joint covers are suitable for minor seismic movements. Thermal expansion joint resists heavy duty loads and can resists -400C to +1500C ambient temperature.