Pipe – Joint Yoochang Thermal Systems

A pipe is a hollow-type cylinder that can deliver liquids or gases. It is safe to say that this pipe system has contributed a lot to today’s industry. By flowing liquids like oil from one place to the other, it has benefited and helped many different industrial sectors grow.

For reliability and safety, the pipe requires adequate properties for changeable temperatures. And Korea’s pipe maker, Joint Yoochang Thermal Systems, has an answer.

 

Joint Yoo Chang Thermal System

 

Recognizing what the piping system means to today’s modern industry, Joint Yoochang, specialized in providing stable piping engineering systems, started its business in 1994. Since then, the firm has made remarkable progress in finding its place in the industry with multiple awards, quality approvals, and business partnerships.

Aiming to beat odds in the piping systems, Youchang offers several different pipe joints : Ball, Slip, Multi, Sink, Ani, etc. Among them, the most common type is Ball Joint that is prepared for thermal changes and earthquake shocks. Yoochang’s Injection P2 Ball Joint approved by the Public Procurement Service in Korea successfully has passed 50,000 times Fluid Cycle Test. Injection TP2 Slip Joint shows efficiency, safety, and reliability when it carries high pressure and temperature steam. Injection CP2 Multi Joint is used for towering buildings where pipes can expand and contract due to stress.

 

 

• Company : Joint Yoochang Thermal Systems
Address : #317-14, Gahyeon-ri, Tongjin-eup, Gimpo-si, Gyeonggi-do, 415-860, Korea
Tel : 82-31-988-9205
Fax:82-31-988-9208, 9829
E-mail : ycbonsa1@chol.com
Website : ycvalve.co.kr/index_eng.html

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