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Hoses and Accessories

Stainless steel bellows

RX® KS-HP PN250

Di

D

Do

S

BL

Application:
28®-HP bellows are multi-layer hydraulic-formed bellows specially designed to
eliminate movements in piping where high requirements are made of working life
and safety.
Where the standard bellows have a working life of 1000 cycles, the HP bellows are
designed for at least 2000 cycles.
With the hydraulic movement of the bellows large movement absorptions and small
fitting lengths become possible.
The multi-layer bellows construction guarantees a high rate of flexibility by its high
waveform and low spring constant.
4HE28®-HP bellows are particularly suitable for the absorption of large movements,
vibrations and high pressures.
Design: Single stainless steel bellow with socket or butt welds
Material bellows:
Stainless steel AISI 316Ti (1.4571)
Stainless steel AISI 321 (1.4541)
Pressure class: PN250
Material socket or butt welds:
Carbon steel St. 35.8
Stainless steel AISI 316Ti (1.4571)
Stainless steel AISI 321 (1.4541)
Note: Other materials on request.

Type RX® KS-HP PN160
Movement absorption
Axial
N/mm
10
8
9
10
10
9
10
8
8
8
8
11

Spring constant
Axial
(+/-30%)
mm
500
600
600
670
1500
1800
2000
2500
2800
3000
3500
5600

Socket or butt welds
D
mm
48,3
60,3
76,1
88,9
114,3
139,7
168,3
193,7
219,1
273,0
323,9
355,6

S
mm
depending on material, working
pressure and working temperature

DN
mm
40
50
65
80
100
125
150
175
200
250
300
350

Fitting length
(BL)
(+/-3%)
±mm
212
228
222
223
257
249
258
239
246
290
303
303

Bellows
Di
mm
49
61
77
89
115
140
168
193
218
272
320
350

Do
cm2
75
90
109
124
152
182
213
243
271
334
388
420

Eff.Surf.
kg
32
46
70
91
143
207
289
378
475
728
993
1174

Weight
3,5
3,5
4
5
6
9
11
16
27
37
48
68

Please take account of the pressure and temperature correction factors. See page 71.
Other fitting lengths and movement absorption available on request.

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All the information in this documentation has been compiled with the greatest of care.
Despite this we can bear no responsibility whatsoever for any errors present in the documentation. The recommendations are intended as guidelines.

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