The D1010 is the standard swivel joint with two ball tracks. It is usually used where large size swivel joints have to take heavy loads (typically for Emco Wheaton Marine Loading Arms). Both ball tracks of the carbon steel version are hardened and polished, giving the swivel joint a high degree of load capacity and long service life, even under extreme loads.
The internal flange makes it possible to change the seal without removing the swivel joint from the pipeline.
The sealing surfaces are plated with stainless steel and precision-finished to prevent corrosion, ensuring that the seal that slides along these sealing surfaces is not damaged and will seal perfectly.
The D1010 swivel joint, made of a special aluminum alloy, is not supplied with hardened ball tracks due to material characteristics, therefore it is only suitable for normal loads. Aluminum swivel joints have no specially plated seal faces due to the chosen alloy.
The D1010 swivel joint can be relubricated via grease nipples. If required, the balls can be removed and replaced by first removing the ball track plugs.
Normal attitude horizontal or vertical.
Carbon steel, low temperature steel or aluminum alloy
Buna N, Viton, PTFE, Perbunan
Allowable internal pressure (gauge pressure):
Operational: 10 bar to 25 bar (dependent on size/material/seal material)
Test pressure: 15 bar to 37.5 bar (dependent on size/material/seal material)
Allowable temperature range:
-50° C to +200° C (dependent on size/material/seal material)
DN 150 - carbon steel/low temperature steel - 34 kg
DN 200 - carbon steel/low temperature steel - 55 kg
DN 250 - carbon steel/low temperature steel - 75 kg
DN 300 - carbon steel/low temperature steel - 127 kg
DN 400 - carbon steel/low temperature steel - 175 kg
DN 500 - carbon steel/low temperature steel - 238 kg
Emco Wheaton is part of Gardner Denver, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of highly-engineered, critical flow-control products, Gardner Denver is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA and has facilities in more than 30 countries. To learn more about the company, visit www.gardnerdenver.com