Rubber anti-vibration fittings

What is seismic?
Vibration damper is a tool to prevent vibration and unwanted vibrations on pipelines. Some types of vibrators are very simple and are just a piece of rubber or so-called rubber. This type is used to install undercarriages of motors, centrifuges, production line mechanical devices, even printing presses. Some are more complex and different models are made with high pressure tolerance or high tolerance for heavy vibrations. These devices are usually more widely used for gas and oil lines. Of course, water pipes on which high-pressure pumps are installed are also used. This device reduces various fluid shocks on the pipe and especially the fittings installed on them. This device eliminates blows known as ram blows.

Advantages of rubber shock absorbers:

Resistance to continuous cycles in terms of fatigue and failure resistance and non-wear resistance against vibration Reversibility against deformation and deformation Resistance to electrical stress High flexibility against impact and shock Displacement and high flexibility at short distances Simultaneous axial movements and Side No need for internal guide (in Filled Arc connections) Ability to absorb sound No need for washers and seals Reduce heat loss Ability to deform with low force and naturally apply low force to low weight equipment and ease of installation and replacement Rubber shock absorbers are produced with different materials (compounds) for different working conditions (temperature, fluid and environmental conditions).

Fabric fittings

Flexible fabric fittings are used to absorb vibration and dissipate unwanted movements due to thermal expansion and contraction in ducts and exhausts that carry gaseous fluids such as hot air or combustion gases. Due to the special advantages of fabric fittings Refractory Their use and replacement is now widely spread in the cement, power plant, steel, oil and gas refineries, petrochemical centers, chemical industries, recycling plants, etc.

Flexible metal hose

Flexible metal hoses are used to transport a wide range of liquids, including gaseous liquids such as air, steam and gas, and liquids such as water, oil and chemicals. The applications of hoses include adaptation of piping systems, prevention of Heat transfer, absorption of vibrations and centralization of the piping system.

Accordion connections

In order to absorb the movements and not transfer them to existing devices and pipelines, flexible connections are used. Tolerate high temperatures and pressures Absorption of axial, lateral and angular movements Different piping and ducting systems are available in different industries. Accordion joints have been used in industries such as water, oil, gas, petrochemicals, power plants, steel industries, steel complexes, air conditioning systems, and more. Expansion joints or rubber interfaces with high tensile strength properties in factories and assemblies where high-vibration high-pressure systems are used to pump a variety of fluids such as water, air or any fluid.

Flexible rubber hose

In order to move and transfer materials and fluids in situations where it is not possible to use a direct pipe in the pipeline In cases where vibrations need to be removed In situations where connection and non-connection are required frequently In conditions where the dimensional changes are due to temperature and in order to eliminate the forces due to pressure

Flexible composite hoses


Mechanical, tube and foam seal

Mechanical Flood
A heavy metal shoe is used which is attached to the wall of the tank by a flexible cover. This flexible cover is attached to the floating roof on one side and to the shoe on the other side, which prevents steam from escaping from the surface under the roof. It floats and on the other hand prevents liquid from entering from above.
Foam Seal
Foam seal type sealing system is a classic system that has been introduced to meet the basic needs of the concept of floating roof tank sealing system. Simple parts and good performance of this type of sealing system made this model common in the years 1980 to 2000 AD. They are the most common type of primary sealing system in the oil industry. However, due to the existence of many problems during the installation and rapid decomposition of foam by oil vapors, the use of this system is obsolete. The space between the ceiling and the wall is filled with special foam produced and when installing this system, the foam should be compressed with high pressure and placed in the part between the ceiling and the wall of the tank.
Flood tube
In this sealing system, a tube-like rubber piece and a protective tube of rubber tube are used. In this type of sealing, in addition to the tube, special metal parts are installed on top of the tube to prevent water and excess objects from entering the tube. The space between the roof and the tank wall, which is designed with a distance of 200 + -100 mm, is filled by a rubber tube.