Series 450

Series 450 Mercer Flexmore Series 450 is the most economical, full-pressure elastometric expansion joint available. Tough fabric and tirecord plies are bonded between the tube and cover in a steel mold and then cured in a thermostatically controlled steam chamber. The product is uniform in both appearance and performance. A wide, low profile arch provides…

Series 500

Series 500 The Invincible 500 is our most rugged expansion joint. They are all hand built by our skilled craftsmen. The 1/4” minimum thickness solid elastomer tube is continuous with the flange face. Multiple plies of rubber impregnated high strength polyester or nylon tire cord form the first pressure reinforcement over the tube. Arch swell…

Series HT500

Series HT500 The Invincible HT500 has all the construction features of the 500 combined with High Temperature capability. DuPont Kevlar® or other heat resistant fabrics replace the polyester or nylon. The tube and cover are either EPDM or Viton® for full pressure service up to 350°F and 400°F respectively Product Documentation

Series 1000

Series 1000 Expansion joints installed in piping systems that are anchored on both sides of the joint. No control rods are necessary. 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 a thrust force…

Style – 1004

STYLE 1004 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 inception…

Style – 1003

STYLE 1003 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 inception…

Style – 1002

STYLE 1002 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 inception…

Style – 1001

STYLE 1001 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 inception…