As part of our Peerless eLearning Webinar Series, this was a recorded presentation with our partner Hose Master, to discuss the topic of Expansion Joints Design, Do’s and Don’ts.

This discussion covers the following:

  • Installation design do’s and don’ts
  • Examples of EJ failures
  • The importance of anchoring
  • Review of the various design options
  • When to use one over the other

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